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Roborg's Fsociety is full of spacial grandeur and dystopian dirges.
Repressed for the masses, Kerri Chandler's The Thing For Linda 2010 has grown 10 times more brilliant and bright in my eyes since first released.
Before it was an R&B group, Surface was a dance band, with one of the best vocalists no one has ever heard of. What happened to Karen Copeland?
These come out of nowhere and something would feel quite wrong if there seemed to be a discernible plan behind Burial releases.
An ungodly amalgamation of talent on Eleonora Cutaia's soulful album under the Inner City Sound Clash moniker.
Trevor Something chews, claws and tears apart the firm categories that synthwave albums are usually boxed in.
Thrilling off-beat project in which DaM-Funk takes on House Music and Saft gets even better than before.
Special Disco Edits vol 3 sees the NYC DJ pioneer hacking at the TK Disco catalog again, with marvelous results.
A fusillade of drums and heavy bass opens and closes the Intercity EP from Silvia Trix, released in November on wax from AFULAB.
Gospel-influenced, as you can imagine; disco-influenced, as you would expect; essential, right now. A MASSIVE record from Local Talk.
Sixteen tracks of bright-eyed & blissed out hip hop and jazz on Maple Syrup's Vacation LP.
Double Cheese Records is on a hell of a run and follows up eclectic records from Mike Clark, Luyo and Kyle Kim with a Soulful House tour de force.
"A jazz record that's probably produced by someone young enough to be raised on hip-hop" is what Bobbito calls it, and that says it all.
Once DJ Boris, sometimes Lord Damien, but he's best as just Jerome Baker. This is a Chicago Story of one of the city's best.
Kurt Baggaley's minimal masterpieces find a home on Bandcamp.
Legendary remixer John Morales remixes Kiki Kyte's Disco Chick, out now from Sed Soul.
X-Former gets remixed by Oniris and Hobo for the Midwest stalwarts at Tulipa.
Shimmering chords and and a slow drag makes Harvey Sutherland's EP on the brand new Clarity imprint a rare gem.
Lenny Fontana's Karmic Power Records drops a soulful gem from Jason B.
Date announced, line-up booked, tickets on sale and going FAST.