Eight years after they dropped "Any Kind of Pressure" on Kitsuné, producer Lorenz Rhode and vocalist Jamie Lidell are teaming up again for a new single called "Sandpaper" on Dirt Crew Recordings.
Detroit legends Scan 7's Sooner Than Later EP is an atomic bomb of funk, soul and stubbornly sticky Detroit tracks.
And he's joined by Vintage Future and Tresilo (Ben Long, Esteban Adame and Oliver Way) for venerable Belgian label Elypsia.
We're here for this. The legendary Tom Moulton reinvents the 2017 Michael The Lion and Amy Douglas collaboration into a new classic on Soul Clap Records.
Daniel Bortz will release STAY, his first album in 7 years this week on Permanent Vacation - listen to two tracks ahead of the release.
The finest specimen of classic soul'd up deep house you'll find this week is "Leaving U" by C. Scott, out Friday on Pittsburgh Tracks.
MF Robots previews the remixes from Kenny Dope, Kaidi Tatham and Daz-I-Kue from the first single from their forthcoming album Break The Wall.
Original, Not Cripsy, All Filthy: Detroit's Filthiest Returns on Casa Voyager with a new 12".
Rejected is a label that rarely misses and they pound the target with a solid shot on "We All Blessed" from Junior Sanchez and Ant LaRock's Inspire EP.
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 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.
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.
Italian duo Boston 168 serve up 3 microdots of squelchy acid on Vax of Love from Ellen Allien's BPitch.
New remix pack flexes on the Pepe Bradock album Muzak pour ascenseurs en panne released in June and it's nice.
No series is more present or vital in measuring the pulse of music as resistance than Physically Sick.