” Sometimes the simplest things are the most profound. My job is to bring out in people & what they wouldn’t dare do themselves “
Thrilled to see a line-up like this in Chicago! Oliver Dollar is on a worldwide Another Day Another Dollar album release tour. Fresh from Los Angeles, the Berlin-born producer is dropping into Spybar tonight with Paul Johnson, Alex Peace and Brian Boncher.
Z Records raids Winston's record vault for the new Under the Influence - a compilation made with the heart of an artist and the love of the disciple.
Marshall Jefferson tagged us in a post bringing the news that Derrick Harris aka Sleezy D has died of kidney failure.
Two stages and a DJ stage feature Chicago house veterans and up-and-comers all weekend long.
DJ Tennis provides a suitably flashy and Italo-esque homage to one of what Allen Ginsberg called "the classic stations of the Earth" on Gordon Starck from Running Back.
Hifi Sean drops a new EP - Love Is On The House - for notable Australian dance label Club Sweat.
Just steps from the church where the late Frankie Knuckles was memorialized, the Chicago White Sox will commemorate Disco Demolition Night this Thursday.
Jon Dixon didn't come from nowhere but he's about to be everywhere. Featuring Amp Fiddler and Dames Brown, Waajeed on the remix.
New, unreleased and upcoming cuts we're feelin' from Cassy, Andres, Santiago Salazar, Mark de Clive-Lowe, Jon Dixon, Alan Dixon and more.
Love is still the message: Listen to new remixes of Love Will Save The Day and A Love Supreme out this month from GAMM.
A company being sued in a $150 million copyright infringement case has filed to go public. Music publishers including Ultra Music allege Peloton used more than 1,000 songs without licenses.
The mp3, ProTools, Ableton and digital music itself can be traced to a crazy engineer who taught his computer to sing and helped Stanley Kubrick scare the crap out of the world.
Love Me: Hypnotic 12" remixes by the master artist Karizma on black wax from Atjazz.
Memorialized as one of Daft Punk's "Teachers," one of the legends of Chicago's Techno underground is back. 5 Mag's cover story with DJ Hyperactive.