Dego's "Too Much" is a production tour de force but among the most listenable, contemplative musical experiences committed to wax.
Chicago's Noble Square reaches back into the slop of the mid-00s to find this glittering deep house gem, with a remix from Kyle Hall.
Urulu dons his Liquid Earth guise and soaks in the psychedelic SciFi aesthetic of TerraFirm on the new release Microsmosis.
Canadian producer Honeydripper logs on with Vancouver-based Nordic Trax for the admirably eccentric Haven't Lost Hope EP.
The vibey, rootsy side of Lonely C is the best side of Lonely C - it's where he really excels and his heart is buried in this.
Good music abounds on the S3A Pages remix album featuring some leading lights and old friends of Dirt Crew.
Rutilance drops Electro City Moving, new vinyl EP from Chris Stussy with the fingerprints of '90s Chicago house and techno all over it.
Keep your eye on this: Hard Drive Library is guys from Hamburg who make sample-heavy deep house and drop it on vinyl on their own dime.
Review: "What You Gonna Ask For" exudes a tremendous warmth - you can almost warm your hands to it. It's not fair how easy Theo Parrish makes this.
With Outbreak from Moodswing, Obstacle is three records in and has shown the chops to be maybe the best UK Garage label in the business now.
Thirty Two finds Santonio - somehow, after some 30 years - still beating heads and making dope records at a peak level.
Together, Alright - a subdued deep house collaboration with Perry Colo - gets freaky and delightfully warped through Ian Pooley's production wizardry.
Jazzy deep house meets tech soul on the superb Tempo of Love / Beggin Bread from the Heart 2 Heart supergroup.
Techno by a duo named after the UVB-76 Russian numbers station is properly dystopian and aggressive at its best.