From M People and Liquid to Bulgarian DJ KiNK, Marshall Jefferson's bittersweet chords on Cece Rogers’ “Someday” still stand the test of time.
Ahead of his performance at London's Sunfall, we spoke to the house pioneer about how one of the 20th century's greatest works of art came to be.
The Chicago house legend is celebrating his 55th birthday.
Damon Albarn revealed the influences and creative process of the new album in a new interview with the 'New York Times.'
The acclaimed French selector’s new compilation of undiscovered house tracks—including the first possible Derrick Carter single—is out this week.
Paul Nickerson tells you what to listen to when your bae has freaked off with someone else.
Ahead of his return to Australia in January, we speak to Mac about the art of the love song, something he gets close to perfecting on his latest mini-LP 'Another One'.
The DJ and producer is the founder of the queer, female-friendly party Booby Trap!
We caught up with a Chicago legend and talked about the history of house, his collaborator Daryl Pandy, and...Barnsley.
"Back then it was real deep house, with roots and bollocks, not this elevator music they call deep house nowadays."
"I fell completely, totally, 100 percent in love with this world the minute I walked in the door."