Home Tracks Reviews

Reviews

Reviews: Stream or download new House Music, Disco, Techno and underground electronic music tracks.

salsoul reedits

Salsoul Re-Edits Series One: Dimitri From Paris

Must-have disco edits from Dimitri From Paris in a few Salsoul specials leaking out of Record Store Day shops.

The Dangerfeel Newbies: “What Am I Here For?” Remixes

Not your average Defected release, The Dangerfeel Newbies and Kai Alce bring a heaping spoonful of soul to the digital world with what was previously only available on vinyl. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1f-qI8ZjtE The Dangerfeel Newbies are a trio...
Seven Davis Jr One album artwork

Seven Davis, Jr. relaunches Secret Angels with special edition of “One”

The soft relaunch of Secret Angels features rarities going back decades from Seven Davis Jr's vaults.
paul trouble anderson

Oh Happy Day: Flowers for Paul Trouble Anderson

Oh Happy Day captures the praise that Paul Trouble Anderson inspired, and this is the praise he deserved.

Shaun J. Wright & Alinka: Walk Into the Unknown

A collaboration that began around the clubs of the Northside of Chicago now takes place on digital channels across the world as Shaun J. Wright and Alinka take a victory lap of sorts on Twirl!

Bernard Badie ft. Dajae: Truth Hurts (2010 Remixes)

WOW! This offering could very well contend as one of the BEST remix projects this year!! And it couldn't have been done without the collaborative efforts from both the UK and the Midwest. Smooth...

Prophecy + Progress: UK Electronics 1978 – 1990

Take a deep dive into British electronic music's attic with Prophecy + Progress, cataloging the UK's post-punk experiments.
synthesize the soul

Synthesize the Soul: Astro-Atlantic Hypnotica from the Cape Verde Islands 1973-1988

Ostinato's latest compilation profiles the world of electronic music developed by immigrants from Cape Verde and its influence on the wider European music scene.
video

SLOUSE: Fishing In Slower Territories from Compost Records

If you (like so many British music journalists and tastemakers) lie awake at night worried that there just aren't enough dance music sub-genres ("Night Bus" or "UK Bass" anyone? No, I thought not.), your...
muon

Muon’s Broken Dreams

Bandcamp techno find, Muon's Broken Dreams is a breath of fresh air.
Rick Wadevideo

Rick Wade: Equivalent Exchange (Quality Vibe)

5 Magazine risks becoming, in essence, Rick Wade Monthly, but I can't pass on a good record because an artist is on a roll. And Rick Wade is on a fucking roll - at...
Calmos & Berzingue Belleville album artwork

Calmos & Berzingue trip out to Belleville on Pont Neuf

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.

Blackstory: “No It Wasn’t Love”

Brand new on T's Box is this club shaker featuring "RC Groove" (read: Ron Carroll), vocalist Pam and Terry himself on a couple of remixes. It's released under the moniker "Blackstory" - not sure...

Big sexy music of the ’70s from Enrique Lynch

Amazing reissue of Afro/Disco/Soul rarity African Bump by Enrique Lynch y Su Conjunto on Matasuna.
Orlando Voorn Internal Destination album artwork

Orlando Voorn is a force of nature on “Internal Destination”

An ordinary Orlando Voorn EP would be a greatest hits comp for anyone else. The Dutch master's skills are undiminished on "Internal Destination" out now on Kompakt.

Salt’s Franck White EP

[soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/250984783" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /] Release number 14 on the fantastic Slow Town label is Salt's Franck White EP, possibly named after an obscure Danish Blues musician but more likely after a notorious...
alton miller

Alton Miller’s New Peace for Sky

Fascinating set of tracks from Alton Miller.
Sounds of the City Patrice Scott

Patrice Scott Joins the Sounds of the City Roster

Patrice Scott's Reborn Goodness is titled like a poem and drops like a bomb.
video

Retripped: Addis Posse’s Acid Breakbeat Classic Let The Warriors Dance

Acid flashbacks from 1989 on the seminal squelchy breakbeat classic "Let The Warriors Dance."
video

JT Donaldson’s 88 Days EP for Nu Jax

There was a time not that long ago that JT Donaldson was a staple on the "circuit" - an informal group of about two dozen or so DJs that seemed to play every city...

MUST READ!

Dance Loud: This Moment & The Next

Chicago electronic music duo Dance Loud survived adversity to release their best work. After "The Moment," they're just getting started.

THE LATEST