This week’s exclusive by Soulphiction is a preview from the forthcoming Connecting The Compass curated by Rick Wilhite and Joe Babylon.
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This week’s download is from the production debut of International Feel Recordings’ labelhead Mark Barrott: a slo-mo deep house workout.
This week’s download is a deep house evergreen from Detroit’s own Kyle Hall.
This week’s download is pulled from the past but says positive things about Fairmont’s future.
This week’s exclusive download is a morsel that feel from the cutting table when assembling Oskar Offermann’s debut album.
In case anyone needed reminding of what a don Recloose is, peep this week’s download.
This week’s download is an aperitif to Anaxander’s solo EP for the Pittsburgh-based Love What You Feel imprint.
This week’s download is an exclusive track from Basic Soul Unit that drifts through placid, meditative arpeggiations.
This week’s download is a 1992 cut from Cajmere, perfect for newly 90s-enthused house fans.
This week’s download is the second preview cut from Rudi Zygadlo’s forthcoming album, Tragicomedies.
This week’s exclusive download provides tantalizing insights into the solo sounds of Sam Willis, one half of Walls and also known as Snoretex.
This week’s download proves that Lauer and pop music go hand in hand as he remixes the Saint Lou Lou sisters.
This week’s download is a floor-friendly teaser for Lindstrøm’s second album of 2012, Smallhans.
This week’s download is a balmy preview of Deepchord’s forthcoming album, Sommer.
This week’s download is an outtake from Barker & Baumecker’s forthcoming debut album, Transsektorial.
This week’s download is an entire label comp from Don’t Be Afraid artists Semtek, Mr. Beatnick, Claws For?, and Photonz.
This week’s download brings together two generations of New York house heads: Pal Joey who gets remixed by Innergaze.
This week’s download is a sneak preview of Perc’s first solo EP since his 2011 album, Wicker & Steel.
This week’s EXCLUSIVE download is an unreleased track by Machinedrum in support of the website Electronic Explorations.
Marcos Cabral offers a sneak preview of his new EP on his own Hamilton Dance Records, a gorgeously “Sweet & Sour” ambient tune.