DANCE MUSIC FROM THE ’90S YOU FORGOT YOU LOVED (edm.com)

By |2020-01-14T21:22:19+00:00January 14th, 2020|Entertaiment, House Music, My House Radio, Videos|

  DANCE MUSIC FROM THE '90S YOU FORGOT YOU LOVED The '90s were a formative time for what dance music has become. EDM.COM STAFF JAN 13, 2020 Immediately preceding the commercial boom of dance music in the 2000s and the 2010s, the 1990s were a formative time for the genre. While house and techno began [...]

NO BULLSHIT: HOW KIDDY SMILE IS TURNING HOUSE MUSIC ON ITS HEAD (MIXMAG)

By |2020-01-07T23:07:53+00:00January 7th, 2020|Gay, House Music, MixMAg, My House Radio|

DJ, producer and fashion provocateur is proudly representing ballroom culture through house music WORDS: MARIE-CHARLOTTE DAPOIGNY | PHOTOGRAPHY: ANDRÉ ATANGANA | LIVE SHOT: MARIE ROUGE | MAKEUP ARTIST: MARIEKE THIBAUT 6 JANUARY 2020 It’s a Wednesday night in 1920s Parisian cabaret The ‘R’ Pigalle, and in spite of the late hour, the red rococo venue [...]

The “Jersey Sound” – Top 100 tunes (30 Years Later and the music lives on!)

By |2019-12-20T20:56:52+00:00December 18th, 2019|Disco, DJ, Documentary, House, House Music, Music News|

by Christopher Flowers Jersey's contribution to House Music has been obscured by time and eclipsed by its Chi-town birthplace and the mighty swagger of New York City's House music offerings.  Those of you who were too young to be clubbing or weren't clubbing in the years between 1985 - 1989 or even in the early 90s, [...]

QUEER THE DANCEFLOOR: HOW ELECTRONIC MUSIC EVOLVED BY RE-EMBRACING ITS RADICAL ROOTS (Mix Mag)

By |2019-12-17T20:18:41+00:00December 17th, 2019|Gay, House Music, MixMAg|

The queer origins of dance music are inspiring its electrifying present STEPH KRETOWICZ 17 DECEMBER 2019 It hasn’t always been this way. Club nights with a blanket “no racism, no homophobia, no sexism, no transphobia, and no violence” policy wasn’t always a standard. Major music festivals explicitly stating “any form of assault or harassment, be it [...]

Shaya!

By |2019-12-20T21:01:14+00:00November 27th, 2019|Announcements, DJ, Documentary, House Music, International, New Release, producer|

Exclusive: This Documentary Takes You Inside Amapiano, South Africa's Popular House Music Subgenre A new documentary titled 'SHAYA!' unpacks the incumbent subgenre. Sponsored content from Corona. SHAYA!, a 26-minute documentary which we are premiering here, unpacks amapiano's origins and profiles some of the subgenre's key players such as Kabza De Small, JazziDisciples, MFR Souls, Mark Khoza and others. Amapiano, [...]

Staff Pick: Best house music DJ (chicagoreader.com)

By |2019-11-18T04:41:40+00:00November 18th, 2019|Chicago, DJ, House Music, Uncategorized|

Duane Powell DUANE POWELL TRACY J. LEE Great DJs keep their ears open to the world, and Duane Powell knows how to listen. He's been plugged into local music since 1983, when he went to his first party at Mendel High School, a famed incubator for the city's house scene. Within a couple years, [...]

HOW NYC NIGHTLIFE INSPIRED KEITH HARING IS NOW DETAILED IN A NEW BOOK

By |2019-11-06T20:49:21+00:00November 6th, 2019|Biography, House Music, MixMAg, New York|

Keith Haring An inside look into how Madonna, Grace Jones, and Basquiat influenced the renowned pop artist DEVYN WHITE 6 NOVEMBER 2019 UK DJ and writer, Dave Haslam has released a new book called, We the Youth: Keith Haring's New York Nightlife, exploring the interconnected relationship between New York City nightlife in the late [...]

House legend Marshall Jefferson will headline the event at Gorilla Manchester (MixMag)

By |2019-10-27T22:32:03+00:00October 27th, 2019|Announcements, House Music, MixMAg, Promotional|

Marshall Jefferson JAMES BALL 27 OCTOBER 2019 On November 22, Chorley promoters Jacked will throw a party at Gorilla Manchester that will raise funds for the late Sleezy D's family. The artist, who is best known for his acid house classic 'I've Lost Control', passed away in June from kidney failure Legendary house music figure Marshall Jefferson will [...]

Local Label Highlight — The Playground Keeps House Music Subtle and Light

By |2019-10-27T21:13:02+00:00October 27th, 2019|House Music|

PADIDEH AGHANOURY When people talk about house music, most minds leap to cities like Chicago and New York. Few consider Denver as a hub for house, but local house label The Playground has pumped out classic after classic for six years now in the Mile High. Operated by Roger Soave and Tyler Erwin, The Playground comfortably cruises [...]