Filled with sizzling originals and remixes, Red Hot + Free continues the Red Hot Organization’s legacy of giving us great dance music for a good cause.
British-Nigerian twin sisters El’Vee bring thrilling Afrobeat textures to UK electronic club music on their latest single, “Balotelli”.
Forty years later, Black & White is still an indispensable Pointer Sisters album. Their versatility is their biggest triumph and the cherry on top of their quality repertoire.
Porter Robinson’s ear for melody and his willingness to occasionally undermine those melodies with glitchy electronic sounds make for an engaging record.
The collective talent on ‘Cold Wave #1’ is breathtaking, and the album is a fabulous tribute to the kinds of sounds born out of 1970s club culture.
Electrosoul’s Rochelle Jordan possesses a deep love for ’90s dance and R&B. She returns after a hiatus to deliver a record of powerful influences and seductive charm and tells us her story.
Rochelle Jordan’s Play with the Changes is a masterpiece of club beats, deep hooks, and sweet vocals. She brings warmth and passion to icy synths and beats.
Jennifer Lopez’s nostalgic Love? harkens back to the mid-90s, when expensive pop albums fronted by dazzling divas were released to great fanfare.
Cherry Red’s Shake the Foundations: Militant Funk and the Post-Punk Dancefloor 1978-1984 is a beginner’s guide to pre-millennial, UK cool.
Growing up listening to sludge-metal and goth-rock, drag queen Katya rose from complete obscurity to become a multi-hyphenate comedy icon. With the release of an album deeply indebted to industrial metal, guided meditations, and Russian dance-pop, she finds solace in giving us the truly unexpected.