Chicago label The Playground drops these super classy deep tracks from the mighty Alton Miller, who is hitting some kind of career renaissance right about now. And we are enjoying this.
The Strictly Rhythm and LOGIC classic BLUES FOR YOU gets the dust blown off by Plastik People Recordings' Marc Cotterell and UKG stalwart Danny J Lewis.
Frankie Knuckles' remix of Lou Rawls "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" became a thing of fable when he played it in a Boiler Room set and here it is, preserved on wax.
Some familiar faces - Jenifa Mayanja, Norus, Cyclonix, Flabaire - bringing new sounds on Excursions Vol 6, a solid V/A vinyl-only comp from Phuture Shock Muzik.
Groovin has performed enough resurrections by now to be qualified as a necromancer, and never have they done more beautiful work than on the Victor Simonelli (as NY's Finest) 1993 classic "Do You Feel Me?"
One of the best young American electronic music labels scores up another instant must-have in their discography with the dreamy, emotional deep techno and house of Nu-Cleo.
SoSure continues their tour through the Director's Cut catalog with remixes by Dimitri from Paris, Moplen, and the Shapeshifters of the Frankie Knuckles and Jamie Principle Chicago House classic I'll Take You There.
Kerri Chandler makes records for DJing, Danny Krivit edits records for DJs and this is the best gift you could ever give to one.
Island disco dance funk uncovered by Rocafort Records, Kokoro Disco-San is a trio of live musicians that play like a viciously tight unit.
Raw Culture is having a moment, making music that gives the more precious lo-fi house producers a sucker punch and steals their bike.
Perpetual Rhythms is righteous in their work and the music can back it up. Taelue's Reflections album is the next big thing.
Amphibian breakbeat? Hypno-Egyptian drum'n'bass? Beats me what you call it, but this music amazes more than it stupefies. But it does stupefy. That is, I am cautiously optimistic, the point, or at least part of it.
With the rawness of a demo and the energy of classic Arnold Jarvis, Flexi Cuts recruits Javonntte to feature and Aakmael on the remix for Relative's Close Your Eyes And Jus' Fantasize.
Audio Soul Project delivers stomping Chicago House like you love it on Archival 4.