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.
The Unviersal Robot Band's classic "Barely Breaking Even" finds new life in the hands of Louie Vega for BBE Music's 500th release.
New Sounds from the Underground: Here's a Chicago homage to maybe the only song in House Music history that's a full-on meme.
Listen to the ultra-rare Oscar Perry disco groover Body Movements from Under the Influence Vol 6, compiled by Faze Action and slated for a May release from Joey Negro's Z Records.
Mobilee has another huge record on their hands with Sumatra, the title track of a new EP from Gullen.
Listen to the first two tracks from Jazz Is Dead 002 with Roy Ayers, Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, out in June.
"Rave On Mars" is the best track on the new techno EP from The Southern, dropped from Prospect Records.
Coming this month on black wax from a dealer near you: Nat Wendell's gorgeous The Blues EP on Courtesy of Balance.
Italian duo Boston 168 serve up 3 microdots of squelchy acid on Vax of Love from Ellen Allien's BPitch.
The latest cut in a string of hits from Detroit's Filthiest is a straight-up love poem to Maggot Brain-era Funkadelic.
Backed by the "basement-ready Wash Good," EASY STILL is a record that sells itself. Play it loud, play it often, play it before everyone else catches up and runs it into the ground.
"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.
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.
Peter Croce's REVIVAL gets remixed by Jaco Matthews as a one-off from Rocksteady Disco.
Absent makes his debut on Mark Broom's Beard Man label with devastating techno artillery on the Animate EP.
The full Earth EP from Peggy Gou and Maurice Fulton is flush with hermetic cuts and left-field swerves.