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Two Chicago icons: the legendary vocalist K Joy ("Like This") joins Ricardo Miranda for new disco & proto house tracks on Noble Square.
Deep House don Rick Wade flashes his dark skills with "60 minutes of deep lo-fi beat super science."
Three remixes of Sylvester's "Dance (Disco Heat)" continues Louie Vega's romp through disco's attic.
David Moran's signature hard and driving techno, stretched out to album-length thanks to remixers Robert Armani, DJ Amar and Unphixt throwing thunderbolts.
A collection of dance floor dynamite from the oddball dancefloor and posterior destroyers at Dungeon Meat.
Stomp through the Z Records archives with a 32 track selection of disco remixes and rarities on Horse Meat Disco's Meat Me Down The Disco.
Function's Infrastructure label releases Cosmic Path, a concept album in tone if not by design.
Detroit Swindle, Nachtbraker, Parker Madicine, Nebraska, Alma Negra and Fouk remix one another on the fourth installment of Heist Records' The Round Up series.
Mike Millrain's Soul Revolution Records stays in the gap where Deep House, Soulful House and UKG meet.
Vibes provided by Glenn Underground, Reelsoul, Ross Couch, Crackazat, Mark de Clive-Lowe and more on the only one of the 3,000 ADE samplers we've profiled in 2017.
Some classic dancefloor warm-ups from TVFROM86 and remixers Marion Poncet and Paul Cut on wax originating from Hong Kong.
Mike Agent X Clark, DJ Cent, Kris Wadsworth, Drivetrain and more star on this compilation featuring the roster of Detroit Artist Agency.
The debut release from Jeff Derringer's new Oktave Records.
Two years after MJ White passed away, "Are You Waitin'" by Carlos Vargas & Ricky Inch serves as a tribute and reminder of the genius still locked in so many vinyl grooves.
This Wednesday marks the launch of a new format show, The Outer Limits on NTS Live.
That purple and paisley vibe in full effect on the legendary Roger Sanchez (as S-Man) with Ultra Nate's Fake on Cajual Records.
MuSiQ is the lead single from DJ Pierre's new album Wild Pitch!
Big, bright chords and beautiful synths pass over you in waves on Reformed Society's Food For Thought on black wax from What Ever Not.
From the furthest reaches of the North American continent, Nordic Trax has established itself as an indispensable voice in the house music scene. Owner Luke McKeehan on 20 years of keeping it alive.
No sluggish soundsculpting or shoegaze-with-drum-machines for KiNK, who stays on the cutting edge without recycling old tropes, and whose experimental tracks are made with such joy.