The soft relaunch of Secret Angels features rarities going back decades from Seven Davis Jr's vaults.
If this were summer this all-star debut of fugitive tracks from Norm Talley, Omar-S, Moodymann, D'Julz and Charlotte OC would be the underground basement smash of the year.
Most of Eddie Leader's best records of the last 15 years have come from collaborations, so no surprise that "Get You Alone" with vocalist Alexander East is the lead off and best track of his comeback EP.
Jumpy two track EP here from Wes Thomas and UK Garage, bass and good shit emporium Four40 Records.
Two b-side tracks highlight an EP full of flavor by Jon Delerious for Luke McKeehan's Nordic Trax.
Cordell Johnson and Scorpeze make the walls quake on Jazzgalaktik, the third release from the Chicago party turned label called Excursions.
Belleville features four stripped down and loud deep house tracks from the duo sometimes known as "ALVA" out now by the unsung heroes of the French underground, Pont Neuf.
"Teena Marie was the total package..." John Morales crafts a love note to the vocalist and the music she left behind on Love Songs & Funky Beats, out now from BBE Music.
Another stand-out record from producer Snad, this time on Balance affiliate Courtesy of Balance with the Avoidance EP on vinyl.
From the mystical mind of Crackazat via Dam Swindle's Heist Recordings comes "Alfa," the title track of a new EP mixed up by Detroit deep house legend Rick Wade.
One of the more anticipated records of 2021 lives up to the hype: Larry Heard aka Mr Fingers "Electronic Debris" highlights the new Vault Sessions Vol 1 EP on Alleviated.
Some back-of-the-crate action from Nico Lahs on Blow Your Mind from Dan Curtin's Metamorphic Recordings.
Scan 7, Detroit's unsung heroes, are back and mad in the studio, mad in your speakers and mad on hot wax with the Orchestrated Reality EP.
Volume 1 is the liftoff for planting:seeds, a new series of EPs from Seed Recordings.
Stephan Hoellermann quietly releases one of the best deep house records of the last year. It has no name, no label and no distribution. And that's the message.
Ant Plate of Rhythm Plate exercises their boogie muscles as Yse Saint Laur'Ant's on "Today" from Vinyl Only records.