When you look through classic Chicago House records from the 1990s, it's amazing how many have Bernard Badie's name on them.
The Beginning from Another Day shows every side of Spencer Kincy aka Gemini's multifaceted music talents.
Repressed for the masses, Kerri Chandler's The Thing For Linda 2010 has grown 10 times more brilliant and bright in my eyes since first released.
Some reissued tracks from the "dead wax era" of the mid-2000s showcase songs from the brilliant Nina Simone in the loving hands of two legendary house music remixers.
The legendary vocalist Chuck Roberts - the Voice of House Music - came down with 10 commandments in hand...
SoSure continues their tour through the Director's Cut catalog with remixes by Dimitri from Paris, Moplen, and the Shapeshifters of the Frankie Knuckles and Jamie Principle Chicago House classic I'll Take You There.
From the two volume Cheese & Pickle EPs: a technicolor explosion of sound from the most minimal framework in these UKG classics.
Classic Chicago House Music lore about borrowing Marshall Jefferson's 808 and Tyree's "I Fear The Night."
Hi Times, DB Selective and Ruff Trax get repressed on shimmering black wax by Marc Cotterell's Plastik People.
Groovin has performed enough resurrections by now to be qualified as a necromancer, and never have they done more beautiful work than on the Victor Simonelli (as NY's Finest) 1993 classic "Do You Feel Me?"
An Italo classic, New York and Chicago House staple from Best Record worked over by Jellybean Benitez with a magic that never loses its touch.
Reissue of Ron Trent's Future Vision classic Jazz It Up, featuring "Jazz Funk Freedom" and "Sweet Chocolate" and originally released by Future Vision.
Victor Simonelli's tribute to the late Colonel Abrams featuring a previous unreleased remix from Bassline Records' mid-1990s version of I'm Not Gonna Let You.
Kerri Chandler's remix of Romanthony's "Trust" is one of the greatest, most sublime deep house tracks ever made.
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