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#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.

Franck Roger is pumping out tracks like a Bandcamp fiend

On "Get It On" Franck Roger loops a hypnotic sample to devastating effect. It's one of a dozen tracks populating the Real Tone Records bandcamp after a long hiatus.

Lea Lisa – Keys of Life

5 Mag meets French deep house DJ, producer and creator of our latest cover mix, Lea Lisa, on DJing, crate digging and why taste beats tech every time.

House Music Is Church: Rahsaan Patterson in the new 5 Mag

New issue of 5 Mag with Rahsaan Patterson, Ka§par, Harold Heath's 2021 rewind, Jeff Mills & Kraftwerk on soundtracking Metropolis and more.

#Praise – Inside the new issue of 5 Mag

Live from Detroit with Norm Talley & Upstairs Asylum, Lea Lisa, Cratan and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag.

Franck Roger is 44

Franck Roger emerged from lockdown with an eclectic new album. 5 Mag's Terry Matthew talks to the French deep house producer for his first ever 5 Mag interview.

#Rejuvenate – inside the new 5 Mag

Franck Roger, Ed Nine, Rodney Baker, Berlin under lockdown and more in the new issue of 5 Mag, out now.

Paolo Rocco: Not Scared

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Franck Roger: Home Invasion 10

Franck Roger has retreated so far from the niceties of commerce that it doesn't even feel like splitting his records up into individual EPs...

Franck Roger’s Home Invasion Hits Number 7

Every month I say that's enough, Franck Roger, it's time to give someone else a spin. And then every month I find another Franck...

Franck Roger: Home Invasion 006

Home Invasion is Franck Roger’s main outlet for new production these days, and he attacks his work with the joy of a man whose...

Franck Roger’s Home Invasion #4

It was just about a year ago that Franck Roger dismantled (or at least mothballed) his label Real Tone at its peak. Real Tone...

Franck Roger’s Extensions of Yesterday (Circus Company)

I don't always agree with Franck Roger's pronunciamentos about the state of dance music, but at least he's approaching the debate with some honesty....

Franck Roger: Let’s Go Down (Real Tone Records)

Real Tone is one of the single most important labels on the scene today. Consciously bridging Deep House with some of the more eclectic...

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Dam Swindle on 10 years of Heist, where the swindling never...

Rees Urban meets Dam Swindle, looking back over 10 years of Heist Recordings with a 3 part series of their greatest hits and some new takes on them.