London Modular Alliances breezes through 30 years of techno, electro, IDM and breaks in about 5 minutes and 15 seconds on "Stray," the title track of their new EP on Cultivated Electronics.
The Arthur Baker and Victor Simonelli-penned house music classic "Why Can't We See" gets a 30th anniversary makeover and got locked in the day spa.
This is second chapter of a secret history of Chicago's music scene, as told by two of its most tireless excavators for Star Creature.
Cosmic breaks from Lay-Far on the new EP Soulful Encounters of the 3rd Kind released by London label High Praise.
Freaky remixes from Fanatico and Hallucienda, a label with a legendary pedigree in the capable hands of DJ Three.
New project from Detroit's Mark Flash launches with the delicious "Hors D'oeuvres Vol 1."
LoFi Freq's Lost In The Wires is an instant classic 18 track album from Detroit Underground.
Uncle_EL has this esoteric hip hop and downtempo sound on lock on his 14 track album B L E S S I N G S.
No Yoshi: a solid start for her Lescale Recordings on this 4 track EP from Ramona Yacef.
Mr. K's mixes of "Love Is The Message" and "I Can't Turn Around" is another up from the best edit series going today, on Most Excellent Unlimited.
Everything you love about soul music on this burningly urgent track from vocalist Jamie Lidell and producer Lorenz Rhode.
Neroli releases Chicago's Lee Pearson Jr Collective's "Start Today" on wax and it sounds fantastic. With an Alton Miller remix to boot.
There are born DJs who can roll out of bed and mix a flawless 120 minute set while wiping the sleep out of their eyes. That's how Jeremy Sylvester must make his tracks.