Jubilee features Ikonika and Opus III on third Magic City compilation

Eleven tracks selected for their summer vibes. Miami DJ and producer Jubilee’s Magic City compilations have become an annual ritual, paeans to her home city’s booty bass sounds and the way it parties like no other in the summer. Released today Opening Ceremony, Magic City III is another pinpoint evocation  nighttime sweat and seedy South Beach […]

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Asphixiation’s provocative post-disco debut LP reissued on vinyl for first time

Originally published by The Vinyl Factory. “What Is This Thing Called ‘Disco’?” At the vanguard Australia’s post-punk underground, cult outfit Asphixiation will have their sole LP, “What Is This Thing Called ‘Disco’?”, reissued on vinyl Chapter Music for the first time since its 1981 debut. Originally released with an accompanying 12″, originals which now go […]

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Missy Elliott releases 'I'm Better' remix with Lil Kim, Trina and Eve

*fire emoji* Missy Elliott has released a remix ‘I’m Better’ featuring Lil Kim, Trina and Eve. Is there really anything else that needs to be said other than “listen to this now”? Earlier this year, Missy released ‘I’m Better’ with a video featuring some her most innovative choreography to date. “We rehearsed a whole month […]

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Yally, Powell and Russell Haswell to play next Diagonal party in London

Raime‘s jungle-inspired project make their live London debut next month. Powell‘s Diagonal label will host its first London party in over two years next month, with Yally making their live debut in the capital. Yally – the jungle, garage and grime-inspired dancefloor alias Blackest Ever Black duo Raime, who released the Dread Risk/No U-Eff-O 12″ on Diagonal in March – […]

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Ken Love’s "Go Back" brings that feel good Boom Bap

Up and coming artist KL brings that wordplay that dances along with the drum and the snare, accompanied by his own vocals on the hook to brighten up the track. The track is lyrically introspective where KL touches on political, social and personal topics. About: If you like this check Lucky Dice Digs Deep Into His Memoirs

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