Long overdue! Veteran Chicago house DJ John Simmons breaks it down with his premiere release ALL I CAN SAY on Tevo Howard's label. Listen to the Paul Johnson remix now.
New release from D-Knox's Sonic Mind is an EP of techno on the theme of physical disobedience from the mysterious "Anti-Patriot."
Dream_Logs is a music and video collaboration from Modal_Plane and Sara Goodman debuting on cassette tape, VHS cassette and a chapbook.
Re-Animator from Ironfist and Madame de Fer is brutalism in sound and marks the debut of Rabotat Records from Los Angeles.
"Rave On Mars" is the best track on the new techno EP from The Southern, dropped from Prospect Records.
The Queen Tracks Part 2, the sequel to the smash 2013 record, features Javonntte on "Clap Ya Hands" and is out next month from our favorite Chicago label Stripped & Chewed.
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.
Frankie Knuckles' remixes of Electribe 101's "Heading For The Night" were shelved but will appear on vinyl in July.
No Mountain is another Wayne Williams record - part of the growing discography of original releases from the original Chicago House DJs for Terry Hunter's T's Crates.
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.
Original, Not Cripsy, All Filthy: Detroit's Filthiest Returns on Casa Voyager with a new 12".
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.
The 1997 Phreax release Jitterballz resurfaces on a gorgeous reissue by Pittsburgh's Was/Is imprint.
Dimitri from Paris and Italian supremo DJ Rocca team up for one of the rousing dancefloor anthems of the summer.
Wewillalwaysbealovesong pairs one of the best remixers on the scene with one of the most supremely underrated producers on HELP ME, from Andy Vaz's Sankolige EP.
Listen to the first two tracks from Jazz Is Dead 002 with Roy Ayers, Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, out in June.