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Emotive, deep, by turns sinister and, in its odd way, even a bit uplifting. If that's what you want from a record and that's what you'll get with the title track of Jon Woodhouse's new EP from 247House.
Four tracks of raw'az'hell Chicago-style House Music from Ortella slapping you upside your head with each and every beat.
A little spoken word outlines the world according to Linda Clifford on "Won't Let Go," the first single from Joey Negro's album Produced With Love.
Tom Moulton joins the Rialto Report to talk about Andrea True, the disco star and adult film star from the Golden Age of Porn.
A surprisingly upbeat collection from newcomer Max Telaer given the absolute fucking bummer of the title.
This is a label I should write about more often. Firm Tracks has a great name, garish art and something like a family vibe that makes every record feel like a less malignant version of Father Yod and The...
Jenifa Mayanja on the new double vinyl release showcasing female producers and dedicated to the memory of Cherushii
"Still" is the first single from Hidden Orchestra's ambitious new album Dawn Chorus, out June 16 2017.
If there's an award for the artist that appeared on the most old school smash hits released without his name on the label, Glenn "Sweety G" Toby would win on the first ballot.
Rising with an operatic grandeur and descending into a whisper carried by the seas, Balearic 3 is the third installment in the Balearic label's series of compilations rooted in the sunkissed sounds of their namesake.
Deep House & UK Garage-inspired remixes from Hi! Energy Records
A tantalizing taste of Iteration, Com Truise's forthcoming LP, Memory nears perfection.
These two are at it again. Andy Compton and Celestine jam together on the upbeat "Love Will Save The World."
There's gold in them hills of San Francisco: Gavin Hardkiss launches the fifth overall Hawke album, Love In Stars, with a treasure hunt for gold USBs.
Imagine Cosmic Disco had skipped about 30 years and emerged fully formed in 2017 and you are halfway to Little Blue, the title track of Verdo's EP from Hell Yeah Recordings.
In less than three months, Marvel83' has released five EPs of glistening, groovy synth-heavy records that sound like they fell off the soundtrack of Cobra, or at least Drive.
UK Garage Classics: Information about Todd Edwards & Tuff Jam: Share Your Love from 1999. Discover more about UK Garage history and the best UK Garage tracks and UK Garage classics at 5 Magazine.
An (early) midsummer beatdown from Flash Recordings and the indomitable Hans Bouffmyhre.
Local Raider releases a vinyl 4 track various artists EP.
Sunset Recordings gets chill with the jazzy, downtempo Manhattan from Cosmic Cycler.