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Low-Slung Deepness: Shaun J Wright & Alinka’s Wait For Love

Chicago label Twirl made quite a splash on the international House scene with their show-stopping debut EP Journey Into The Deep back in October. Their second offering sees label founders Alinka and Shaun J....

New Label Level E Launches with We Roar/Killer

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Drew Sky & Lester Fitzpatrick: Skydive LP

If you play underground music, you know who these guys are and you know what they do. This is 74 minutes more.

Sean McCabe and Hanlei: How Does It Feel?

Sean McCabe's Good Vibrations makes sweet music with Hanlei and "How Does It Feel?"
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Heart 2 Heart’s Shigan Gets Remixed on Balance Music

Chez Damier is a man who requires no introduction from us, so when he announces a new project, any self-respecting deep house lover should stop whatever they're doing and pay attention (unless what they're...
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Ron Trent’s “Dancin'” Gets a Re-Rub from Ed Nine, Jordan Fields

Fear not: Headphoniq releases quality remixes of Ron Trent's indelible "Dancin'" featuring Ed Nine, Jordan Fields, Tom Chair and Toru S.

David Storm Ruffin: “The Morning After”

I'm also not sure about the release info on this one, but hopefully it gets a wide release. It's downtempo and shows off some virtuoso work on the ivories. Actually, I'm not sure "downtempo"...

Chuck Love: Bring Enough to Spill Some

Chuck Love came through Zentra in May, though I wasn't able to attend the show. This dual CD set arrived in the mail a week later and I'm kicking myself now for not making...

Com Truise: Memory

A tantalizing taste of Iteration, Com Truise's forthcoming LP, Memory nears perfection.

Sunship: City Life (Filter, 1997)

UK Garage Classics: Information about Sunship: City Life from 1997. Discover more about UK Garage history and the best UK Garage tracks and UK Garage classics at 5 Magazine.

Borai: Last Time Out (Tasteful Nudes)

I've missed a few releases from this Chicago label but I don't think anything could have held me back from this one. Enthusiasm? Try lust: two tracks of lustrous, melodic techno (or techy house...

Vintage Robotnicks: Alexander Robotnick’s Early Synth Classics

Not all of your heroes died young and left a corpse handsome enough to sell t-shirts twenty years later. Some of your heroes just had bills to pay. Hardly anyone stays on top in...

Art Feast and Kann Family’s Sister Cities EP

Old friends get you through hard times; new friends show you a good one. There's a concept behind the fourth release from Art Feast Records - it's a collaboration between artists from Leipzig and...

Orlando Voorn: Muzik Is Life EP

The weird shit that music makes you do is more telling than anything you might have to say about it. The first thing I did after hearing the impossibly soulful title track to Orlando...
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Garrett David, Chicagodeep and Taelue are Mystical Institute

Mystical Institute's long-awaited "Shared Growth" EP is the real f'ing deal.

Martin Iveson and a Certain Indian Brand of Beer: Cobra

Better known as Atjazz, UK producer Martin Iveson has been creating soulful, genre-defying dance music for more than two decades. His latest release on his own Atjazz Record Company is named after a certain...

Induction Releases Jay Hill’s Beckoning

Beckoning from Jay Hill is a four track EP of deep, hypnotic house, including a choice remix from Frink.

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...

Ursula 1000 and Lady Bunny Blast Off!

About nine years ago, there was a music festival on Northerly Island in Chicago called MOVE. It's mostly remembered for being tragically ahead of its time and for later being confused with Movement, which...

Basic Frame Releases Manual Screening EP

Driving techno release from Basic Frame on EPM.


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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