The history of Chicago's 3 Degrees Global collective, representing a missing link in Chicago house music history as told by its members: Jeremiah Seraphine, Forever Monna, Julius The Mad Thinker, Dj-FLX, Priti Gandhi, BIGSEXY and Czboogie.
Fantastically dope, dirty and elegant by turns, the space-minded cosmonauts of Culture Power 45 present us with The Degabah System, an "interstellar" trio with their debut album Saqqara.
Nervous drops a ferocious remix pack of "Free To Love" featuring Mike Dunn, David Morales and Josh Milan.
Filled with surprising twists and tasty juxtapositions, Theo Parrish's DJ Kicks is one of the strongest DJ mixes I've heard this year.
When these three names appear on a record we should probably take note of it. Live bass and percussion meet soul-to-soul with Kaidi Tatham's broken beat sound on this remix from Message From A New Dawn.
The Chris Brann produced single gets the remix treatment from Anthony Nicholson, Marc Cotterell and Groove Victim.
Bringing the tribe back together in Shoreditch London this Saturday Oct 1 with Norman Jay, Grant Nelson, Full Intention and more to raise money for the care of Steve Laviniere, who is in neurological hospital care following complications from COVID.
Maurissa Rose is one of those vocalists that sounds like she's singing with her whole heart only to you.
BBE drops a funky 10" vinyl disc paired with "Reaching For The Highest Pleasure" from Roy Ayers' rediscovered Virgin Ubiquity sessions.
An affectionate tribute to Gwen Guthrie by Aussie vocalist Kylie Auldist and Tony Garcia in the Vagrant Soundz-released cover of "Peanut Butter."
One of the most prolific producers of the 2010s, Alex Agore returns to home label Moment of Truth with the shockingly pure and soulful "Polarity."
Described as a love letter to New York, Louie Vega's Expansions in the NYC was made with the intent to "pass on some history and hold a space for the new."
The Chicago street festival roars back July 16 and 17 2022 at Oakwood Beach.
A great early ray of summer sun here, with a trio of timely updates from Opolopo, Andre Bonsor and Mannix for Mannix and Lisa Shaw's soulful 2016 cut "So Much Time."
Arnheim has a sound that is bigger than the moon, brighter than the sun and powered by an internal rhythm so precise you could set a watch to it.