Ten City are set to return with their first new music in 25 years.
The dance group, made up of legendary house producer Marshall Jefferson and Chicago-born vocalist Byron Stingily, first formed in 1987, and released a slew of classics like 'That’s The Way Love Is' and 'Devotion'.
Now, for the first time in 25 years, the duo have announced they will reunite as Ten City, with a brand new house and disco hybrid: 'Be Free'.
Larry Heard has announced a new release series.
Chicago legend Larry Heard, AKA Mr. Fingers, has revealed plans for an archival release series dubbed 'Vault Sessions', incoming via his own Alleviated Records imprint.
Benji Espinoza, the co-founder of influential Chicago house label DJ International Records, has died, according to a report in 5Mag.
Founded in 1985 with Rocky Jones, DJ International Records put out many important early house records, including the first house music compilation and, later, international house music anthem ‘Promised Land’ by Joe Smooth.
Theo Parrish will release his new album, ‘Wuddaji’, next week.
Set for release on his own Sound Signature label in 18th September, the nine-track LP was teased last year with the track ‘This Is For You’, featuring vocalist Maurissa Rose. You can hear clips from the album below.
It will be Parrish’s first studio album since 2014’s ‘American Intelligence’ and his seventh full-length album to date. His LP debut, ‘First Floor’, was released in 1998.
Inner City have released their first new album in 30 years.
The Detroit trio, made up of Kevin Saunderson, Dantiez Saunderson and vocalist Steffanie Christi’an, today revealed their new 12-track LP, 'We All Move Together'.
Recorded over 18 months of studio sessions between touring, a press release states that the album's title "means more now than ever" and that "‘We All Move Together’ represents the uplifting love and connection that music brings to Kevin Saunderson’s life, the Inner City group, and the rest of the world."