Here to remind you that Detroit continues to serve as one of the interstellar nurseries of phenomenal talent in electronic music. Witness: Jon Dixon.
Techno that sounds jacked out of the PA from System of Surival and Fventi.
An amazing record that sounds like it was wrenched out of a man, Rapture from justindemus is out now from Julia Govor's Jujuka.
When these three names appear on a record we should probably take note of it. Live bass and percussion meet soul-to-soul with Kaidi Tatham's broken beat sound on this remix from Message From A New Dawn.
Moody, deep, nodding stuff from South African producer La Deep especially the title track which seems to shake with powerful vibes like a hunk of thorium.
The Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes remix featuring Teddy Pendergrass drops separately from the Produced With Love II album as a stand-alone single.
Automatic is Smartbar resident Jeff Derringer's first recorded output in four years, a time which coincided with an economic conflagration, pandemic outbreak and the general meltdown of just about everything that once seem solid and certain.
A unique and creative demo with more than a dozen electronic music producers and composers making beautiful music with the Strega patchable desktop instrument.
The Chris Brann produced single gets the remix treatment from Anthony Nicholson, Marc Cotterell and Groove Victim.
An 8 track album of whirling and sometimes psychedelic ambient techno "recorded to tape" thirty years ago debuts on cassette from Apartment Records.
Hi8tus is an appropriate title for the full-length from Deeptrax and a producer known for exceptionally high quality and deeply influential techno discography.
Legendary soul and disco vocalist Gloria Scott takes on a stone cold house music classic on this 7" cover of "Promised Land" produced by Andrew McGuinness for Acid Jazz.
Fantastic Man works a sinister, gnarly bassline on a new four track EP from your favorite Techno Cultists.
BBE drops a funky 10" vinyl disc paired with "Reaching For The Highest Pleasure" from Roy Ayers' rediscovered Virgin Ubiquity sessions.
A new version of "Meli" (with drums!) plus new North American tour dates in San Francisco, Denver, Los Angeles and Chicago.