A great early ray of summer sun here, with a trio of timely updates from Opolopo, Andre Bonsor and Mannix for Mannix and Lisa Shaw's soulful 2016 cut "So Much Time."
Nick Holder and AceMo remix steamy deep house tracks from Redance & Quickweave on this quality EP from Mystery Zone.
One of house music's most dynamic labels, Ibadan slowly, steadily and with exquisite quality control continues to unearth the world's musical delights, for instance on their 150th release by Janne Tavi and featuring a remix by Cee ElAssaad.
Patchouli Brothers deliver two edits from the ultra rare Mary Mundy tracks "Love Me Love Me" and "Love Is Gone."
3am deep house on the Assemblage EP from Sole Aspect.
Arnheim has a sound that is bigger than the moon, brighter than the sun and powered by an internal rhythm so precise you could set a watch to it.
Exquisitely produced techno & electronica on this album from Davide Tonini via Detroit Underground.
Black Sjuan's tracks move. They make people move. And the business we are in, first and foremost, is a people-moving business
Box-fresh futurist techno with remixed tracks from Tom VR's Please Keep Shimmering album.
Hidden gems right in plain sight: Detroit true people Strand return on Resilience with DJ Stingray 313 and Shamus Coghlan remixes.
Massive respect due to anyone that can lead off a one-sheet for a 21st century electronic music EP with a quote from Gertrude Stein.
Real house music from one of Detroit and deep house music's leading lights.
There are very few records that every DJ could use, much less need; Delano Smith's "BeNeath" is one that checks both boxes.
Rolling with dark grooves and serpentine basslines, CMD makes some of the best produced techno you'll hear
The EP released by Worldship has gone through two pressings this year and is still impossible to find - for good reason.
Freerange drops a nice warm-up package for Crackazat's forthcoming album with a 9+ minute epic Ron Trent deep house jazz remix.