Listen to the first two tracks from Jazz Is Dead 002 with Roy Ayers, Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, out in June.
Coming this month on black wax from a dealer near you: Nat Wendell's gorgeous The Blues EP on Courtesy of Balance.
Listen to SOFRA, the title track of DJ 3000's new EP dropping this week on Motech.
Felix Leifur's new EP for Dirt Crew is adventurous, forward-thinking and extremely dancefloor friendly.
The Unviersal Robot Band's classic "Barely Breaking Even" finds new life in the hands of Louie Vega for BBE Music's 500th release.
No series is more present or vital in measuring the pulse of music as resistance than Physically Sick.
Motor City Electro Company is celebrating its 20th anniversary - and what a fitful two decades it's been. "Celebration" features Megan Shackell on vocals - disco house to bang the box.
New video, new single, new album, new tour - "City Life" from Escort, America's favorite live disco band.
Torrfisk returns to Apollo Music Group with bleary party jams that evoke the sights, sounds and smells of a '90s Chicago loft.
"For Cinthie" and "Uranus" are two of the incredible deep and techy tracks from two of Europe's savants, Anaxander and Azuni aka Washerman, on the latest V/A EP from Cinthie's 803 Crystal Grooves.
Out now on Fixed Rhythms, the Deferment EP is drenched in the rhythms of analog beat machines and the sweat of people getting high off them.
Ralf GUM's new LP PROGRESSIONS has landed. "Ready For Love" with UK solo artist and the voice of Incognito Tony Momrelle is our choice cut.
The soulful house cover of Dexter Wansel's 1979 classic The Sweetest Pain is pressed up by Quantize for Record Store Day.
First appearing on their Fabric mix, The Martinez Brothers collaborate with Louie Vega and vocalist Marc E. Bassy on "Let It Go," out today on Cuttin' Headz.
"Wells Orbit (Rojava Aragon)" is the first in a series of 5 singles from Tadd Mullinix aka JTC and it's out now.
Remastered from original tapes, Strut's "You Remind Me" covers material from jazz, soul & disco singer Patrice Rushen's bountiful 1978 to 1984 Elektra recordings.
"Undercover Remixes" features 13 Tortured Soul tracks remixed by Fred Everything, Chuck Love, DJ Spinna, Dimitri From Paris, Eric Kupper, Mark de Clive-Lowe, Quentin Harris, JKriv, the late Ethan White and more.