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5 Magazine talks to Colette, DJ Heather, Lady D and Dayhota on the pioneering Chicago DJ collective's 20th anniversary.
Jamie 3:26, Full Intention and Dr. Packer have a go at the Ralphi Rosario classic "Wanna Give It Up" featuring Linda Clifford.
Part of a solid EP that celebrates Lazy Days' 12th anniversary.
A dynamic showcase for two of the best producers making Deep House tracks rooted in what's worthwhile from history but primed for the modern dancefloor.
Split EP featuring three tracks from the fascinating Beta Evers ranging from proto-acid to dirging new wave.
Don't cry for the demise of SoundCloud. But it's sad what SoundCloud should have been.
The perfect blend of melody, rhythm, dancefloor sensibility and mental acuity from Magnus International's Synths of Jupiter EP.
Blake Baxter and Thomas Barnett and bunch of Detroit OGs are getting together. Good records are coming.
Possibly his finest recording so far and what might indeed become a defining record of his career, "Discover" finds Demuir at the top of his game. With Karizma, Nick Holder and N'Dinga Gaba remixes.
A double pack of Salsoul classics edited by Dimitri from Paris, plus selections from Tom Moulton, Walter Gibbons, Frankie Knuckles and others.
Soul Clap's choice remix from the South African '80s synth-disco project Boogie Breakdown gets served up.
Their new EP on Heist showcases what is probably the best track they've released to date.
Sweet soulful melodies courtesy of God, hard work and Joi Cardwell's heavenly voice.
Anthony Nicholson releases a record of twitchy, synth-driven dance that owes much to House Music's Italo, New Wave and Krautrock roots.
Marquis Hawkes makes records that sound great and they'll keep sounding great tomorrow, next week and on through the years, over and over and over again.
Yet another classic Louie Vega disco remix.
Chicago scene fixture Chad Sommer releases a deep banger on DJ Frique's Lea Music.
Built brick by brick largely from his own recordings, Patrice Scott returns to Sistrum with a 3 track EP.
Stone cold monster of a release featuring John Vermont and two sterling remixes from Ian Pooley.
Mano Le Tough, David Holmes and especially Matthew Herbert remix tracks from Phil Kieran's Blinded By the Sun album.