Another weekend ahead of us, giving another chance to leave our problems behind, for which house music pioneer Marshall Jefferson, rising UK duo, Wh0 and LA-based vocalist EL Boogie delivered the perfect soundtrack, titled ‘Family’. Released via Ultra Records, this brand new collaboration takes us back to an era, when house music became the force that brought various groups of people together on
What's better than good old house music from the pioneers of the genre? The re-release and rework of an all-time hit. What's even better? A remix of such anthem by another key figure from the history of electronic music. That's exactly what Louie Vega did with Ten City's reworked version of 'That's The Way Love Is'. Out via Ultra Records, Bronx legend "Little"
There are certain songs and artists in the history of electronic music that will never be forgotten and Chicago's legendary house music group Ten City including their song ‘That’s The Way Love Is’ are solid golds after more than 30 years. Earlier this year, Marshall Jefferson and Byron Stingily revived their iconic group and released a new Ten City single, 'Be Free', showing the world what
Ten City announce new album after 27 years with a 2021 retouch of their hit single ‘Devotion’: Listen
The iconic American house music group, Ten City is going to make a memorable summer for all of us as they shared that a new album is on its way after 27 years. On top of that, they released a remix for their hit single 'Devotion', out now via Ultra Records. Marshall Jefferson and Byron Stingily revived the legendary group this year
Marshall Jefferson and Byron Stingily revived Ten City after 25 years with a new song ‘Be Free’: Listen
2021 is already off to a good start since house music pioneers, Marshall Jefferson and Byron Stingily decided to reform their legendary group Ten City after a 25-year-long hiatus and lift our spirits up with a brand new single, 'Be Free', out via Ultra Records. They simply couldn't time the release of their new song better during these challenging times, delivering
The end of the year is approaching, which means it is time to analyse the 2020 Beatport Review and find out who came out on top. This year streaming was the king, as live events and artists' fieldwork were put on pause by the pandemic. The ability of the artists and the record labels to adapt to the new reality