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The second single from Sir LSG's forthcoming Moving Circles album features some brilliant remixes from Ralf Gum.
Retouch is a(nother) Russian savant I've found on Bandcamp, inhabiting a world of what you might dub "progressive retro-futurism" if every word in that phrase didn't contradict every other one.
Cosmic 8bit space Techno from Chicago's Noleian Reusse makes for a compelling EP on Bio Rhythm.
Joey Negro's first record (under that name) in 20 years is packed so tight with soul it's bursting with it.
Fresh single from Atjazz Record Co, Jullian Gomes and Sio's 1000 Memories is remixed with pleasure by Osunlade, Karizma, Fred Everything and Atjazz himself.
Veteran producer Damon Wild reinvigorates the Synewave imprint on this tight collaboration with Epi Centrum.
G. Markus is a producer that clearly loves the sound of a synth and organ, and that comes across strong on his Satin Sheets EP from Melodymathics.
If John Carpenter made a record for Plus-8, it might have sounded a bit like Evocations from Unit Black Flight.
Must-have disco edits from Dimitri From Paris in a few Salsoul specials leaking out of Record Store Day shops.
A skein of twisted beauty is shot through the four track Master of My Fate EP from Soul Button on his home label Steyoyoke
The new double 12" on Love Notes is a gorgeous collection of sounds, on a release that sounds like an especially tight live PA.
DJ Kon parlays his mysterious soul connections to remix The Pretenders' classic "Just Be Yourself."
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.