Future Classics

Future Classic: Floating Points “Marilyn”

Floating Points – with tunes like “People’s Potential” and “Vacuum Boogie,” it’s no brainier that Floating Points is a master who can effortlessly whip out delightful cosmic boogie, a trusted provider of some seriously hot jam to your ultimate pleasure. I don’t know about you, but I’ve been waiting long …

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Future Classics

Future Classic: Braille “The Year 3000/Leavin’ Without You”

It was love at first hear. I’m talking about Braille‘s Leavin’ Without You. Back in early May I didn’t even get to hear the full track, all I got was about 1-2 minutes of snippet on the Rush Hour website. But that was enough for me to fall for it …

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Interviews

Larry Levan Interview circa 1991 – KissFM London

Here’s something very special: Over at Soundcloud, an extremely rare UK interview/mix with Larry Levan is now available for your listening pleasure. To put it in context, Levan was in London to play some of the opening nights at Ministry of Sound, a club largely (if not entirely) based on the …

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Forgotten Treasures

Forgotten Treasure: Round Five Feat. Tikiman – Na Fe Throw It (1999)

Oh my am I ever a sucker for that whole late 90’s german techno meets deep dub music. It’s not for every one out there but for me the sight of a shitty record sleeve written Basic Channel, Rhythm & Sound, Maurizio gets my spine tingling… This one came out …

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Future Classics

Future Classic: 6th Borough Project “One Night In the Borough”

Following three separate EPs, the build-up to 6th Borough Project‘s debut full-length culminates in this CLASSY matte-sleeve 3xLP release. You already know the deal with these dudes – they’re one of the top dogs in the nu disco/slo-house category, constantly killing it with tasteful edit/productions, which are built on the …

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Future Classics

Future Classic: Andy Stott “Passed Me By”

For me any ANDY STOTT release is a must by and I can’t say i’ve ever been disappointed by the dude’s work. Now obviously this sort of thing isn’t for everyone but for anyone into the super deep midtempo techno à la Basic Channel in the mid-90’s but also more recently …

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Theo Parrish Interview – Detroit Sound Sculptures

In a day when the digital age has takin over, anybody can use a computer to make music with generic sounds. Theo Parrish on the other hand decides to keep things interesting by collecting his own sounds within his environment, Detroit city. I came across this video a while back …

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“Back in the House” NYC House Music Documentary

Long trailer about a future 2hr house music film documentary NYC mid 90s era including many Djs such as Francois K, Joe Claussell, Frankie Knuckles, Junior Vasquez, Danny Tenaglia, etc…at Twilo, Tunnel, Vinyl, Palladium, the story of Strictly Rhythm, Nervous, etc.. www.backinthehouse.com

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Future Classics

Future Classic: LONE “Echolocations EP”

An absolutely stunning 6 track EP from Manchester’s LONE, one of the most interesting new producers around. It is only fitting that “Echolocations” would be released on the famed R&S Records, a Belgian label behind timeless classics from Joey Beltram, Aphex Twin, etc… LONE really makes that kind of house …

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Future Classics

Future Classic: Black Rose “The Anthem”

Had to share this one with you all because I just played it on consecutive gigs and I had a couple people asking me for a track ID… and since i’m a nice dude. Well… Here you are: Black Rose “The Anthem” I first heard the track back in November …

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Forgotten Treasures

Forgotten Treasure: Kevin Saunderson “The Sound” (1987)

From the desk of house & detroit techno legend Kevin Saunderson and found on the ever awesome website / magazine called WaxPoetics “Dear friends, fans and members of the music industry Today I’m giving away as a free download one of the productions I am most proud of: I recorded …

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Dj Mixes

Rilly Guilty “Golden Sounds – The Series”

My homie Rilly Guilty has put together the third installment of his “Golden Sounds” series, but now’s a good time to revisit the previous two at the same time. Whenever DJ-ing Guilty constantly works the angles but on this mix we get what he pretty much does best: deep, tracky and moody …

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