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Here's the Five Best Sets We Saw at Snowbombing Canada

From Hudson Mohawke to Ludacris, our rundown of the British Columbia mountain festival's most memorable performances.


No Funk in the Trump: A Conference Call with George Clinton and Soul Clap

We dialed in with the P-Funk legend and Boston house duo to talk their recent collaborations, drugs, and making funk in the Trump era.


Soul Clap Take a Tour Through the 10,000 Records in Their Childhood Basement

During Thanksgiving weekend, the Brooklyn-based duo return home to Boston to chat about their sophomore album, decades-long DJ career, and friendship.


Escape Planet Earth for an Hour with This Down and Dirty Disco Mix by Midnight Magic

The Brooklyn nine-piece have serve up a delicious platter of downtown delights to celebrate the release of their new album on Soul Clap Records.


Listen to the Vintage Funk-Inspired Single off Soul Clap’s New Self-Titled LP

Their latest record includes collaborations from funk greats including Billy “Bass” Nelson and Nona Hendryx.


This Ecstatic Dimitri from Paris Mix Will Discotize Your Brain Before Crew Love's Independence Day Beach Bash

The French disco legend will be joined by Soul Clap, Wolf + Lamb, Midnight Magic, and more this weekend in NYC.


No Regular Play's New Album, ‘Can’t You See,’ Is About Coping with the Loss of a Loved One

Its first single, “Lake Gilmore,” runs deep with nostalgia.


Tony Humphries, Soul Clap, Scott Grooves, and Quantic To Help Celebrate Black Flamingo's First Birthday

We also chat with the Williamsburg club's co-owner and director Bryce David about their big milestone.


Wolf + Lamb and Soul Clap's Love for Their Crew Is as Loud as Their Music

The two duos that head up the infamous Crew Love collective wax poetic on their friendship while chilling beside a pool at Mexico's BPM Festival.


Nick Monaco & David Marston Recorded a Collaborative Record In Jamaica

"Island Life" now out with Wolf + Lamb


Then & Now: Toronto Nightlife History, A Chapter on Footwork

In the face of King West's rampant condo‐ization and nightclub‐ificaiton, this beloved basement venue held it down for underground sounds.