Doc Link's "Southside Boogie" is a hunk of funked up disco, soul with strings and a manic bassline groove.
NYC Disco is in full effect with a staggering remix package of the Stevie Wonder-penned Love Having You Around, out now on Nervous.
The latest cut in a string of hits from Detroit's Filthiest is a straight-up love poem to Maggot Brain-era Funkadelic.
This style of deep tech house will never go out of style, and Lance Desardi is a master of it. The new Silicon Prairie EP showcases his skills, most of all on the retrofuturisitic "Towns Told Me So." Out now from the ultra-quirky We Will Always Be A Love Song label.
Victor Simonelli has some unfinished business on his old West Side Records imprint - a record more than 21 years in the making.
Jazz vocalist Melanie Scholtz joins with South African House Music producer Sir LSG for "Gratitude," another big single from his Moving Circles album on GOGO Music.
Real recognizes real, soul meets soul and iron sharpens iron when Alton Miller, Patrice Scott and Ree team up on "All The Little Things," coming out this month on wax from Sistrum Recordings.
Hear "Be The Change," the new single from Russian deep house savant Lay-Far and soul vox titan Pete Simpson from Lay-Far's next album and featuring a remix from Kid Sublime.
Listen to SOFRA, the title track of DJ 3000's new EP dropping this week on Motech.
The Hustlin' EP is a surprisingly fresh take on the '90s Golden Age deep house sound from Bologna's DJ Cream.
This white label 12" featuring Chic's "Le Freak" and Sister Sledge's "Thinking Of You" is the first chunk of disco funk to emerge from Dimitri From Paris' highly anticipated Chic Remix compilation out in June from Glitterbox.
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.
The b-side for Where The One Is marks Art of Tones auspicious return to Local Talk.
Garrett David's "Simple Flourish" joins tracks by Todd Sines, Titonton Duvante and Andreas Saag and Fym on fresh vinyl from Residual.
The soulful house cover of Dexter Wansel's 1979 classic The Sweetest Pain is pressed up by Quantize for Record Store Day.
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.