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"The largest rate increase in history": Songwriters and publishers are due to get an increase in their rate from Apple, Spotify, Pandora and others.
The label assembles a murderer's row of Chicago House veterans lobbing Molotov Cocktails at the dancefloor on "What's Going On? The Spacy Saga Vol 1."
Visions 01, the first Oktave Records complation features five tracks from five producers with a special connection to Jeff Derringer's label and techno residency.
Baltimore Chop is not from Baltimore and has probably never played baseball, but the Russian producer has a preternatural understanding of house on this weird acid, NYC vocal and Chicago house stomper.
New music from Nylon Trax: South African producer Izzy La Vague's 31st December featuring two choice remixes from Leandro P.
Fans of Kevin Yost's jazz-infused house will find a lot to love on Bernadette Trax 01, a vinyl pressing of some of the producer's best releases from the last year or so.
CMD's Haptic Controls is one of the best records in Jacktone's catalog, and I say with full understanding how great that catalog is.
How has South Africa changed Ralf Gum's music? Good question.
The Jeff Mills project drops an electrifying debut album, featuring Jeff Mills on drums, Gerald itchell on keys, Yumiko Ohno on the Moog, Kenji Hino on bass.
Pirate radio is thriving on YouTube where people seek the community and intimacy long gone from personalized streaming and crappy terrestrial radio.
Santiago Salazar reissues five tracks originally released on the Historia y Violencia label from 2008 to 2012 on La Historia.
In an all-too-short video for Sounds, Gladys Pizarro talks about the label's massive influence on the sound of house music's golden age.
Chicago's popular nightclub The Mid will be closing its doors at 306 N. Halsted in February 2019 after nearly 9 years of bringing top EDM stars to the main stage as well as supporting the worldwide and Chicago underground.
"Lost Without U" finds Hifi Sean teaming up with the legendary vocalist from Inner City, Paris Grey, for a lab-born golem of funk.
BRS have been churning out quality music since shortly after their formation in the late 1990s on labels including Cyclo and 2020 Vision, but none as fine as this.
Thomas Barnett's catalog is full of delights, from the exposure of his work on the classic "Nude Photo" through his Groove Slave and work on his Visillusion label in the present.
Any party that doesn't play at least one track from Rick Wilhite's The Godson IV at least once isn't a party you need to bother with.
Wyndell Long's Enter The Maze EP is coming on wax this month from Vincent Floyd's Dawn Notes.
Listen to the dazzling brass and electric groove of Ron Trent's remix of Kyoto Jazz Sextet's "Rising" forthcoming on Local Talk.
Get a stompin' sound system, because Fess Grandiose's full length LP of hip-hop and chill vibes is so dense with textures and subtle effects that you're liable to miss the show without one.