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#ListenUp Kayenne – Rain Fall Down Remixes on NDATL

The Chris Brann produced single gets the remix treatment from Anthony Nicholson, Marc Cotterell and Groove Victim.

“Burning Heat” is steamy New Orleans deep house from Redance &...

Nick Holder and AceMo remix steamy deep house tracks from Redance & Quickweave on this quality EP from Mystery Zone.

Deep Dish Dank – Intr0beatz debuts on Toronto’s Selections

Intr0beatz gets both sides of a 12" for some of the Iceland-based DJ and producer's best work to date.

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.

Amaré launches Sole Aspect, a new vinyl deep house label

Sole Aspect is launching with a new EP from Dubbyman with tracks from Trinidadian Deep and others to follow.

Kai Alcé & Voigtmann remix Silverlining’s “Aura”

Deep, techy and acid-bubbling remixes from Kai Alce and Voightmann on Silverlining Dubs XI, taken from Asad Rizvi's Simulacra album.

We have plans for Frankie Knuckles’ birthday

For Frankie, the annual Foundation benefit is this Sunday at Metro / Smartbar with Ralphi Rosario, Kai Alce, Terisa Griffin, Czboogie, Derrick Carter, Michael Serafini and Garrett David.

#ListenUp Claude Young drops “The Knife” on NDATL

The first Claude Young 12" since 2015, The Knife on NDATL stands up with the best ethereal deep house released in 2021.

Upstairs Asylum’s Unity Vol 1 is the best V/A of the...

Norm Talley brings together not just 8 of the best producers from Detroit but some of their best work on Unity Vol 1, featuring Jon Dixon, Darren Abrams, Rick Wade, Mike Clark, Kai Alce, Kyle Hall, Eddie Fowlkes and Santonio Echols.

“Build A Bridge” is a record of deep, soulful, summertime raptures

Kai & The Gang: Kai Alce produces and Jihad Muhammad and DJ Beloved remix Miranda Nicole's sultry "Build A Bridge" on NDATL Muzik.

Ed Nine mixes Sanctify Vol 3

Chicago's Ed Nine takes the wheel for SANCTIFY vol 3 from 5 Mag's deep house mix series.

Detroit’s finest: Charivari festival returns in August with its best line-up...

Returning August 13, 14 & 15: all of your hero's heroes will be in Detroit for Charivari, the homegrown midwest festival.

Djoon, the Paris club that so often supports us, needs our...

Help one of the outposts of quality underground dance music re-open: Paris club Djoon is approaching a do-or-die fundraising goal.

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.

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Being Jojo Baby

Who is Jojo Baby and why are so many people rallying to support him? We're glad you asked.