Rejected drops an electrifying homage to the sounds of Chicago jack on I'll Take You by Dennis Quin.
Robert Hood's remastered Underestimated EP originally released in 1998 is out on M-Plant on March 12.
Half of Floorplan with her father Robert Hood, Lyric Hood drops a grooving two track EP on M-Plant.
Recloose's remix of Keep It Moving shines on the new LP, Twilight, dropping June 28.
OUER's new EP on Dirt Crew is a techno/jazz/deep delight, sometimes all three at the same time, in the same track, even in the same moment.
Visions 01, the first Oktave Records complation features five tracks from five producers with a special connection to Jeff Derringer's label and techno residency.
Original, Not Cripsy, All Filthy: Detroit's Filthiest Returns on Casa Voyager with a new 12".
Frankie Knuckles' remixes of Electribe 101's "Heading For The Night" were shelved but will appear on vinyl in July.
The Hustlin' EP is a surprisingly fresh take on the '90s Golden Age deep house sound from Bologna's DJ Cream.
New release from D-Knox's Sonic Mind is an EP of techno on the theme of physical disobedience from the mysterious "Anti-Patriot."
New wax from Nat Wendell, Renditions is all about the drums and the serpentine bassline that coils around them.
No series is more present or vital in measuring the pulse of music as resistance than Physically Sick.
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.
The 12" for The Jazz Diaries features some of Chicago deep house producer extraordinaire Anthony Nicholson's best work in the last few years.
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.
Remixes from John Tejada and Whitesquare feature prominently on Stripped Down 004 from Austrian Ken Hayakawa but it's on the ambient sound design of "Lost" that he shines.
James Pennington aka Suburban Knight is dropping "Listening Systems" on limited 7" vinyl from Detroit Techno Records.