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12″ alert: Kai Alcé drops Luv Fantasy on NDATL

Kai Alce makes some of the deepest soul and the soulfulest deep house known to man. Here are three more servings of the good stuff.

RISING: Inside the new 5 Mag

Black Motion are rising, plus Detroit's Nikki O, Chicago's Dance Loud, Angel Moraes, Plague Ravers and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag.

Essential Roberta tracks on the essential NDATL

NDATL is deep house's most essential label and Roberta's Reaching Out EP is one of its most essential releases this year.

Innermoods: The James Duncan Interview

James Duncan has jammed with jazz legends Mark Edwards, Sabir Mateen and even sax god Ornette Coleman, but it's his dance music productions that have been turning heads. Bruce Tantum talks to the Brooklyn-based producer and trumpet player.

There was a genius named Michael Zucker

Michael Zucker, the owner of Finale Sessions was the epitome of a great 21st century underground label owner. He was an even better person.

In Viral Petition, Black Artists Call for Black Madonna to Change...

The petition by Monty Luke on Change.org has received hundreds of signatures, with endorsements from King Britt, Gene Farris, Kai Alcé, Ash Lauryn, Jon Dixon and more.

Mr. G Bangs for NDATL with Positive Connection

This is what you call, in any context, "essential business." NDATL catches a solar flare from Mr. G on his Positive Connection EP.

#StayHomeDisco with Jorge C.

A new mix from a DJ and producer whose sound we've long admired, Chile's Jorge C.

Kai Alcé & Reekee Remix Angel-A’s “Let Go”

Kai Alcé moves easily from deep to soulful house, sometimes in the same track. That's certainly the case for his gorgeous remix of "Let Go," forthcoming on Wrong Notes.

Future/Classical: Inside the New Issue of 5 Mag!

The journey of Kate Simko, plus Rudosa's fave acid tracks, mixes from Emmaculate and Microdot and more inside 5 Mag Issue 180, out now!

Review: Kai Alce Remixes Alexander Robotnick’s “You Have Time”

Kai Alce takes on Robotnick and Robotnick takes on the zeitgeist on this new remix/reissue vinyl from Adeen.

Soul Power: Inside the New Issue of 5 Mag!

25 years of Compost Records, the most important electronic music label of the last 25 years, plus Soulphiction, Marco Faraone and more inside the latest issue of 5 Mag, out now.

Kai Alcé & Alton Miller Remix Omar’s Benefit

Somewhere deep in New York or Atlanta there's a party where people play nothing but Kai Alce remixes all night long and it's the best party in the world.

Out Now: Crystal Waters + Hifi Sean in the New 5...

Music & Art in a Time of Political Despair, plus 15 years of Dirt Crew Recordings, Chicago homegrown house music savant John Simmons and more inside 5 Mag #178, out now.

thatmanmonkz: Straight Out of Sheffield

Harold Heath talks to Scott Moncrieff, aka thatmanmonkz, on the making of his new album Non Zero Sum Game.

Ed Nine Debuts on NDATL with Deep Concentration

It doesn't get better than Kai Alce's NDATL and increasingly we can say it doesn't get better than an Ed Nine EP. Ed continues his strong of world-class deep house records with Deep Concentration from Kai Alce's NDATL Muzik.

Martinez Brothers to Mix the Next Fabric Presents Compilation

Hefty tracklisting includes Blaze, Kai Alce, Dan Curtin, Cassio Ware and 3 exclusive Martinez Brothers tracks on the 3rd installment in the Fabric Presents series.

#ListenUp NDATL Rallies an All-Star Line-up for Who Do You Love?

Ricky Corey, Chez Damier, Kayenne, Josh Milan and of course Kai Alce make this funk cover one of the soulful house jams of the year.

Cz’s Boogie Podcast Episode 22

New episode of Cz's Boogie podcast from 5 Mag, featuring house music news & gossip and 10 favorite tracks from 5 Mag's editor in chief Czarina Mirani.

NDATL Muzik Is A National Treasure

We're here in Chicago, celebrating 10 years of NDATL and a new track from Detroit generalissimo Andres.

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Black Motion: the Last Chapter & a New Beginning

5 Mag cover story with South African duo Black Motion, on 10 years of healing music and international acclaim: "This is a new dawn for the African artist."

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