The 1997 Phreax release Jitterballz resurfaces on a gorgeous reissue by Pittsburgh's Was/Is imprint.
And he's joined by Vintage Future and Tresilo (Ben Long, Esteban Adame and Oliver Way) for venerable Belgian label Elypsia.
Frankie Knuckles' remixes of Electribe 101's "Heading For The Night" were shelved but will appear on vinyl in July.
Singapore label Integrity Records launches "The Other Side," a new b-side series November 21.
Found on 1/4" tape, Hifi Sean and Yam Who edit them and nothing can touch Arthur Baker and Minnie Gardner's "Reachin'" and "Good Good Lovin'."
Debuted as a dubplate at the Red Bull Stage of Movement 2016, AFTERLIFE makes a fair claim to being one of the REAL anthems of the summer.
The world has been sleeping on Niko Marks' tracks and we're going to start kicking at the foot of the bed to wake them the hell up.
New video, new single, new album, new tour - "City Life" from Escort, America's favorite live disco band.
"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.
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.
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.
The new mix of Deep88's HARMONY features a stunning and evocative performance on flute from Paul Shapiro, who played on Frankie Knuckles' The Whistle Song.
Ron Trent's remix of "Afro Party" by Chicago Afrobeat Project with the immortal Afropop legend TONY ALLEN dropped this week on Future Rootz.
Memoirs of Naive from Art Crime is bursting with beauty, from emotional techno through deep house on into disconnected and ethereal ambience. Out in July 2018 on vinyl from Private Persons in Russia.
New wax from Nat Wendell, Renditions is all about the drums and the serpentine bassline that coils around them.
Rejected drops an electrifying homage to the sounds of Chicago jack on I'll Take You by Dennis Quin.