Norm Talley's vinyl-only label continues its march through the racks with another killer V/A featuring real house music for working DJs.
The Baltimore king Karizma casts a spell over "You Take Me High" by T. Williams featuring Tendai, the original of which was released in March.
Released in 2020, Fanon Flowers' seven track album Detroit Automation is a masterpiece of minimal but visceral ambient and machine-tooled techno.
For some people "Pressure" is late night music. It's early morning for some and some of us live our whole lives at an afterhours tempo. The Eddie Leader and Chez Damier collaboration on wax is a treat for whenever you're up and ready to vibe.
Holland's Nachtbraker's latest release on his self-titled label delivers four high-paced and futuristic deep house tunes on Dondoni.
Commissioned by Unidisc, Dave Lee gives "Come On Dance, Dance" from flashly 1970s studio project Saturday Night Band a 9 minute rubdown, including bongo-riddled breakdown that will be catnip for DJs and dancefloors.
The incendiary Diva 2022 mix is the lead and centerpiece for PPPPP The Remixes Part 1 on Rhythm Cult, a label that does not cut corners and certainly didn't spare any expense on the first of what is implied will be a series of remix packages.
Retromigration drops Straight Foxin' for Wolf Music, an organic-sounding, musically rich album full of jazz-flavoured club and club-adjacent jams.
Steve Mill's God Given EP is four track, smooth, slightly-disco-ish deep house affair, featuring spoken word vocals from Bongani Mehlomakhulu on Dirt Crew Recordings.
With little more than some gentle filter tweaks, you get seven minutes of relentless glitterball disco-tech. On Rhythm and Truth, 6th Borough Project drop a quality example of how to do loop-filter house well.
The Planet Love trilogy is a three 12" set pulled from the early 1990s archives of groundbreaking Swiss electronic music producer Marco Repetto.
French producer Blazers has been stepping out in 2023, with original tracks that shine on this remix pack from Sengiley Recordings.
Andrew Emil has been leaning in hard on showcasing his remixing skills and that's the theme of Nite Dreams from a leading light in the vinyl deep house world, Yore.
The German duo made up of producer David Platzdasch and pianist / keyboardist Holger Dix cultivate moods rather than making cookie-cutter dancefloor bangers-on-demand on Apparent Movement from Closer To Truth.
Rich, thick, dreamy, hazy house music, full of atmosphere from Liverpool artist Petals In Sound and Dirt Crew Recordings.
Apparel is launching a pretty cool seven inch series with two plates released in June and August respectively with a flared-out disco/funk sound by the mysterious Apparel Wax.
There was a point about four hours ago when I had no idea who Naux was. I've been deep in a rabbit hole with the French producer's catalog and it's a very weird place to be.