Tag: Brian Kage

Dez Andrés comes alive on Back In My Space

313 Business: For a certain type of DJ and digger a new record from Dez Andrés is a present for your birthday, whenever your birthday happens to fall. "Back In My Space" is Christmas and your birthday all in one.

Milton Jackson: The Mixdown Interview

Will Sumsuch debuts a new feature for 5 Mag, taking a deep dive into music production with some of his favorite music producers. Up first: deep house producer Milton Jackson talks shop, plugins, sample packs, and why you never want to see a livestream of him at work.

SELECT: the Sound of Beretta Music

The first, last, best and deepest deep house and techno cuts from the catalog of Detroit's Beretta Music.

#Expansion – Inside the new 5 Mag

Louie Vega's love letter to NYC nightlife, the legend and Gil Scott-Heron collaborator Brian Jackson, Beretta Music and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag.

Norm Talley & Upstairs Asylum: “This Is What the Underground Is”

Powered by rare releases, unreleased mixes and a roster thick with Detroit talent, Norm Talley's Upstairs Asylum is widely hailed as one of the best deep house record labels of 2021. The year before, it didn't even exist.

Brian Kage & Delano Smith: Keep ‘Em Movin’ EP

A pitch-perfect deep house track cooked up by Detroit producers Brian Kage and Delano Smith.

#FutureShock – Inside the new 5 Mag

Oona Dahl, Boiler Room, Art of Tones, More Ghost Than Man and more inside #5Mag193, out now.

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Beloved: Inside the new 5 Mag

An oral history of Freerange Records with Jimpster, Tom Roberts, Matt Masters, Pezzner, Manuel Tur and Fred Everything, plus Chicago house with Black Sjuan, DJ Paulette's welcome to the club, Elbert Phillips on Tears, Dark Heaven and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag, out now.