Nico Lahs' debut LP Freedom reflects a roots-driven love of music that weaves jazzy hip-hop and downtempo grooves with Detroit-cultivated deep house.
A Fort Smith, Arkansas venue is planning America's first post-coronavirus concert on May 15. It's weird.
Listen to the first two tracks from Jazz Is Dead 002 with Roy Ayers, Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, out in June.
Remembering the co-founder of Kraftwerk Florian Schneider who died of cancer "a few days" after his birthday on April 7 2020, according to the group.
The state announced its plan for reopening on Tuesday including guidance on when bars, movie theaters, restaurants and festivals can come back.
New release from D-Knox's Sonic Mind is an EP of techno on the theme of physical disobedience from the mysterious "Anti-Patriot."
Chicago House pioneers lead by the Chosen Few and the Frankie Knuckles Foundation are holding a fundraiser to purchase a stone for Ron Hardy's grave.
The Chicago/Detroit collaboration Karya on the making of their new EP, Don't Stop, out now with Dez Andres & Beyond Luck remixes.
From isolation in his home studio, Third Son is documenting the making of his next album, 20 Days, over the next 20 days.
"For Cinthie" and "Uranus" are two of the incredible deep and techy tracks from two of Europe's savants, Anaxander and Azuni aka Washerman, on the latest V/A EP from Cinthie's 803 Crystal Grooves.
Legendary Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen has died in Paris. Known for his collaborations with Fela Kuti, Hugh Masekela, Art Blakey, Jeff Mills and more, a cause of death was not reported.
The Library of Congress is launching a free open-source sampling tool for music producers.
Andrew Emil aka Change Request on the making of "Stay With Me," his new track featuring DJ Heather leading off Chicago label Aathee's Year 3 compilation.
Chicago's infamous Queen! residency moves online this Sunday with Michael Serafini, Garrett David, Lucy Stoole, Nico, Jojo Baby and guests.
Four in ten Americans can't see going to a music event before a vaccine is developed according to a new poll as event cancelations now stretch deep into the summer.