New wax from the Italian label showcases 3 deep new tracks from Patrice Scott.
The story of Andrea True's "More More More" is a story of mob hitmen, Deep Throat and one of the most effective disco remixes Tom Moulton ever made.
Vibenotic Recordings, a Chicago imprint of yore, serves as an outlet for Matt Dubspun's eclectic electronic sounds.
Djax was among the leading European labels to identify and nourish the second generation of Chicago electronic music producers in the early 1990s and that shouldn't be forgotten.
Salar Ansari hits it out of the park on EhsaaSaat - one of our favorite records of 2019, and one of the best produced deep house records we've ever heard.
With another sterling release, Detroit Swindle's label has become as much of a sure thing as there is.
Giovanni Damico's The Boogie Tracks plays like a house party DJ'd by Moroder in his prime. In the context of new boogie, funk and Italo, you're not going to find a better record released by anyone else this year.
The new sampler from Ron Trent's forthcoming album hints at Balearic and '70s soft rock, wrapped in a warm, soulful embrace.
Songs too weird to make it on classic rock radio with '80s synth pop cult band Naked Lunch.
When you look through classic Chicago House records from the 1990s, it's amazing how many have Bernard Badie's name on them.
Callouts for Chicago and an orgy of acid and fried electronics as Terry Hunter's T's Crates re-enters the vinyl world.
Deep and dubby house music from Magnus Asberg (ex C-Soul) gets a remix by Silverlining.
Russian label Private Persons releases techno that sounds like an eruption in your head.