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OMD is far from done, as this choice cut from their LP The Punishment of Luxury illustrates.
Pulse, a new collaboration from legendary producer DJ Fudge and South African vocalist Phil D. marks the return of one of the most consistent soulful house labels.
At a time when most labels were cutting back, Purple Music has been on an expansion spree.
Another gorgeous Ron Trent jam in a string of 2017 bangers from Music & Power.
Preslav on the story behind his new track featuring Natalie Rogers & Kenny Peagler, out now on Love What You Feel.
New on wax from FINA: Closed Paradise's PRAISE.
Voyager 12 has released tracks going back at least six years, but none so lovely as the electronic sonnets and synthesized lullabies of Pictures.
We need another new genre to categorize On Earth, the new album from Tim Dwyer's Off Land project.
Mayor Steve Adler of Austin has declared October 20th "J.A.M.O.N., Godfather of Austin House Day," honoring the late DJ, vocalist and producer who made that city his home.
Disco legend John Luongo gets his time to shine on this double LP collection of classic remixes from Groove Line.
What is going on in Russia right now? Four tracks of smoldering electronics and swagger on wax from Locked Club, RLGN and Private Persons.
Exclusive new 5 Mag Mix and interview with Oslo-based DJ, producer and vocalist DELLA.
Buy three copies to replace the one you're gonna wear down.
Old & new Todd Sines material on wax from the Bogen Konzept record store.
Demarkus Lewis' Shuffle Board features remixes from Demuir, Alex Soltirov and an explosive mix from Sebb Junior.
Tyrel Williams and Bai-ee are Secret Studio Records, presenting a sound steeped in acid, jack tracks and the rawest House and Techno imaginable. Here is their new & exclusive 5 Mag Mix.
Zero: Two demos from cult '80s Soviet Union New Wave band Kofe released by Other Voices.
Ibadan brings together Janne Tavi, a Finnish producer, with the legendary Robert Owens and welcomes Kerri Chandler back to Ibadan to remix it.
Guess Records continually puts out tracks like Daniel Barross' "Space Calling" - tracks that are a working DJ's best friend.
Bicep's "Aura" manages to capture both an emotional restraint and an emotional release and a feeling of tension between them. Also: you can fuck a speaker to it.