Boo Williams' "Outer Limits" is the kind of record Sun Ra might have made if he were born 50 years later and on the Southside of Chicago.
UFOx01 and UFOx02 dropped simultaneously as "very limited" white labels at ADE 2019 and more recently in digital format, and the combined 8 tracks makes for one of the strongest V/A compilations of the past year.
Eli Escobar's Last Summer harnesses the intimacy of music's new lo-fi downtempo Einsteins with the skills of one of the best house artists in America.
Andrew Emil (still here as Change Request) flexes his songwriting chops on "Shatter Proof," a new single from Mazi's Fresh Meat Records.
This one is for the dancers: Named after his residency, Louie Vega and Nervous Records drops a preview EP from his forthcoming Expansions in the NYC album.
James Duncan's Innermoods is the truth and if you want to know where your favorite DJ gets those rare dope jams, this is one of the hidden caches smuggling secret weapons.
Kelton Prima and his IN2 album on Mathematics Recordings takes us away from this mundane world to a sanctuary about 15 parsecs away from Planet Rock.
Jackie Queens is maybe the best vocalist in house music right now. Big words; she backs 'em up on "All Life Long," a new cut with Freiboitar on House Trained Records.
Leading off with straight fire: Joey Negro remixes Delia Renee's 1981 Airwave Records "You're Gonna Want Me Back," plus remixes from Dr. Packer and Grant Nelson on the 14th edition of Z Records' Attack the Dancefloor.
After 18 albums in 23 years DMX Krew latches on to Peggy Gou's Gudu Records for a new EP, Don't You Want To Play.
Now U C Me's overall sound is more soulful than soulful house, deeper than most of what is sold under the name "deep house" these days. It's the latest cut from Uncle_EL on Radius's ETC Records.
Kate Simko is fucking up bodies as well as minds with two choice tracks on a exhilarating but sophisticated new EP.
Roots Underground has put out some dope sounds over the years but maybe none as important as this EP from Two Thou and Hobby Horse.
Dego's "Too Much" is a production tour de force but among the most listenable, contemplative musical experiences committed to wax.