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The hidden gems of Heist Recordings

Heist Recordings' V/A of previously released material is, no shit, the best album I heard this month, with tracks from Fouk, Felipe Gordon, Dam Swindle, Demuir, Crackazat, Nachtbraker and more.

High Life: Inside the new 5 Mag

Orlando Voorn, Turbojazz, Victor Simonelli, Carly Wilford, Maxime Dangles, Mira Lo and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag, out now.

Orlando Voorn is a force of nature on “Internal Destination”

An ordinary Orlando Voorn EP would be a greatest hits comp for anyone else. The Dutch master's skills are undiminished on "Internal Destination" out now on Kompakt.

The Root of the Issue: Inside the New 5 Mag

Monty Luke on BLM, Climate Change and Creating a Catalogue of Black Electronic Music, Brawther cover mix and more inside the latest issue of 5 Mag, out now.

Eddisco Launches with T.U.G.S. Remixed by Orlando Voorn

The debut release from a new label showcasing the sound of electronic Tunisia.

For a Good Cause: a Compilation for Andreas Gehm

Comp For Andreas Gehm by Comp For Andreas Gehm I have three records by Andreas Gehm that I'll never part with - U Don't Love...

Orlando Voorn: Muzik Is Life EP

The weird shit that music makes you do is more telling than anything you might have to say about it. The first thing I...

5 Mag Love! Kerri Chandler in the New Issue of 5 Magazine

Issue #130 of 5 Magazine is now available. 5 Magazine is published twice per month in our member's section for 5 Magazine subscribers. Who's On...

I-Robots Reconstructs Techno Classics for The Detroit People Mover EP

Our friend and fearless ally I-Robots (aka Gianluca Pandullo) has announced the release of his forthcoming The Detroit People Mover EP, featuring I-Robots "reconstructions"...

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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.