Posts tagged "90’s house"

[PREMIERE] Milk & Sugar, Killed Kassette, SKAPES with Thornetta Davis – Feels Like

Germany’s iconic house outfit Milk & Sugar return with a new track for 2023, Feels Like, a collaboration with UK DJs Killed Kassette and Skapes with vocals from the Queen of Detroit Blues, singer Thornetta Davis. Bright, upbeat, and bouncy, Feels Like provides some much needed light to banish those

The mainstream’s embrace of no-nonsense house music has long been on the horizon, starting as far back as 2014 when a certain deep house bass-line crept its way into a number of high profile pop releases. Since then, the imminent arrival of 90’s Chicago as the new sound of pop

The story of Saâda Bonaire is near perfect pop folklore. A German studio project making left-field synthpop fused with elements of Kurdish and Turkish folk music, the band were basically dropped by EMI in the mid-80’s moments before the impending release of their debut album. Having far exceeded their A&R

We were privileged enough to speak to techno icon Jeff Mills last year, shortly before the release of his jazz inspired collaboration with Rafael Leafar, The Override Switch. The album marked a continued interest for Mills in finding the intersections between electronic music and analog instrumentation, an interest that has

If you are unfamiliar with what goes down in the underground queer club spaces of the world, it’s perhaps best to start by understanding that you’re dealing with a counterculture rooted in modes of subversion and performativity. These are spaces unafraid to reference, to clash, and to piece together mutant

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