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Deep House is a subgenre of House Music. Originating in the 1980s - particularly with the music of Larry Heard, Fingers Inc, and others - it fuses elements of Chicago House with a more melodic, sometimes soulful feeling.

Marshall Jefferson: The Return of the House Music Anthem

Fifty years from now, when archeologists are tracing ancient folklore to uncover this thing called House Music, they'll come across one song, one track that stands alone among all of the early Chicago classics....

Forever Monna – Again and Again and Again

Are you going to remember this in six months? That’s a new litmus test I’m trying out with new music. It’s limited and a bit pretentious - not everything good is meant to stand the...
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Chez Damier: A Revolutionary Life

Most interviews with Chez Damier are about the past - about Prescription and Balance Records; about The Music Institute in Detroit; about KMS and the Belleville Three and Chez's role, seemingly everywhere that electronic...

Agnes, Eddie Leader & Iron Curtis: About Time

Content is a club residency in Manchester UK that is reportedly so hot that DJ Magazine has nominated it as the "best club night". Knowing something about how magazines decide these things, I can't...

Spencer Kincy Mixes: South of Da Border (Complete)

This is a DJ mix from Chicago House legend Spencer Kincy aka Gemini. This was ripped from cassette tape from the 1990s and retains the Side A/Side B split formatting. Our complete archive of Spencer...
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Todd Edwards: The 5 Magazine Interview

You know a Todd Edwards song when you hear it. And his contributions to the UK Garage scene from the early '90s onwards continues to impress.

Chicago Underground: J-Dub Interview and Free Track Download

Chicago Underground is a new regular feature in 5 Magazine, in which we feature interiews with Chicago producers and give away a free download of one of their tracks so you can check out...
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Frankie Knuckles Live at the Palms Hotel, Miami 2004

Classic DJ mix from House Music legend Frankie Knuckles recorded live at the Palms Hotel, Miami on March 8 2004.
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When Guetta Was Underground: Up and Away by David Guetta and Robert Owens

Beating up on David Guetta at this point is about as fun as slapping around a middle aged accountant in a leather mask and gimp suit: it's not really that satisfying and you get...

Mazi & DJ Motion: When Time Becomes a Loop

Audio Soul Project and Fresh Meat are back and it feels good to say it. This is but the first of two superb records the Chicago label is releasing in the next 30 days...
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Franck Roger: Let’s Go Down (Real Tone Records)

Real Tone is one of the single most important labels on the scene today. Consciously bridging Deep House with some of the more eclectic and talented purveyors of Techno, every single release has built...
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Max Telaer’s Sorrow EP

A surprisingly upbeat collection from newcomer Max Telaer given the absolute fucking bummer of the title.

A Taste of Honey Dijon

High fashion and House Music used to go together like vodka and vermouth, and for Honey Dijon, they still do. From Chicago, Miss Dijon (facebook, twitter, soundcloud) got her groove on as a DJ...

The Best Track Dusky Never Released

It's one of the hottest tracks of the last two years, and it's never been released. "Sunsets & Dolphins" is the "lost" single from UK duo Dusky (Nick Harriman and Alfie Granger-Howell). It had...

Mike Dunn: The 5 Magazine Interview

Welcome to the DUNNgeon.

Kerri Chandler Remixed Brings Jimpster, Peggy Gou, Detroit Swindle Together

Madhouse gets on track with remixes of several Kerri Chandler classics: "Powder" by Jimpster, "I Need You" by Peggy Gou and "Get Out" by Detroit Swindle.

Karizma: Conversations by 5 Magazine

Karizma sits down with 5 Magazine's Conversations podcast ahead of his gig headlining 5 Mag's 12 year anniversary bash.

Listen To Aiby’s ‘Can’t Make You Happy’

There's a story behind every track. Or at least the good ones. Listening Room is a regular feature devoted to discovering new House Music and learning the story behind the tracks from their creators. Aiby,...

Andre Harris: Dance With Me

The latest from Andre Harris on his Innate Soul digital label hearkens back a bit with a spoken word vocal reminiscent of Phuture. The vocal could go over well among a gay crowd or...
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Point G: #9

DJs better pay attention to what Point G aka DJ Gregory is doing right about now.


Duke Shin and 5 Years of Bringing The Goods

Exclusive mix and interview with Duke Shin, purveyor of fine beats and impresario behind The Goods Thursday nights, celebrating their 5th anniversary.




12 Years of Breaking Records

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