The oft-masked Detroit mainstay flips the English producer's lowkey dub-pop cut "Deep Shadows" into something more surreal.
Skype even drops out on the guy responsible for one of dance music's biggest tracks.
N*Sync? Ja Rule? Nah, my 2000s were defined by sleazy, disgusting house music.
And why do European ones sound so...wrong?
Channel 4’s ‘I Was There When House Took Over the World’ features Nile Rodgers, Marshall Jefferson, Honey Dijon, and more.
A genre that once sounded like heaven, now sounds like a Money Supermarket advert.
The clip was previously bonus material from Nicky Siano's documentary 'Love Is the Message: A Night at the Gallery.'
For a while, remixers like the Freemasons were on the b-side of every top ten CD single in the charts.
Featuring interviews with Jamie Principle, Marshall Jefferson, and archive footage of Knuckles himself.
Lifelong friends John Kardaras and Chris Ike reflect on the most experimental period of their collaborative output.
Talking to a dance music pioneer about nostalgia, experimentation and cheeseburgers.
For years, grime MCs would reject the super clubs of Ibiza in favour of livelier gigs in Ayia Napa. Suddenly all of that has changed, so we headed out to the Balearic Islands to find out why.