Vinyl only: Detroit techno pioneer James Pennington returns with Suburban Knight EP this September.
Moveltraxx drops some scorching remixes of Chicago House legend Paul Johnson's "Dance With Me" by Lil'Tal and Dudley Slang.
The 4 track EP from Bergsonist and featuring a gorgeous, ethereal vocal from Tonina is out from Hypercolour.
Fans of Jullian Gomes will like this record from the South African/Canadian duo Individualist.
SoundCloud founders want to do for e-bikes what they did for music. Heaven help us.
The voice of house music from 1987's sermon "My House" by Rhythm Controll writes and sings on a new track with UK producer Lempo, coming in August 2020.
On Lunar, Marquis Hawkes captures the zeitgeist of a world locked indoors and preyed upon by dark anxieties.
Selections, a newish Canadian label is two-for-two on their releases, following up a collection of Nick Holder gems with an EP from Tobi Danton and an insane remix from Kevin Over.
Low Noise Productions suits up with the intriguing dark techno of the Ekur EP from "DJ, live performer and visual artist from Tehran," Golbon Moltaji.
Originally released in May, these slinky remixes from Jackie Queens' Bae Electronica are the sunny, sensual summer tracks we need.
Alinka, producer of the new Crosstown Rebels EP Control Transmission, is one of the most talented producers making electronic music today and she should be booked for your club, festival or pet store opening as soon as possible.
Italian duo Boston 168 serve up 3 microdots of squelchy acid on Vax of Love from Ellen Allien's BPitch.
Remute on the making of "Hallo, Haben Sie Gin?" and releasing music on video game cartridges, metal plates and now - maybe - vinyl.
Chorus is a new label featuring Marcus Worgull's friends and fam, starting with a new EP from Ame and Innervisions' Franke Wiedemann.