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Record shopping with Lubelski: House music is ‘The Universal Groove’

Deep in the recesses of Downtown Los Angeles, just before the streets turn from mildly unsafe to fully dangerous, lies a charming record shop named Stellar Remnant.  It’s a haven for all genres, subgenres, and obscure classifications of underground dance music on vinyl. Detroit. Minimal. Trance. Synth-Pop. These are just a few of the dividers […]

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Record shopping with Lubelski: House music is ‘The Universal Groove’

Deep in the recesses of Downtown Los Angeles, just before the streets turn from mildly unsafe to fully dangerous, lies a charming record shop named Stellar Remnant.  It’s a haven for all genres, subgenres, and obscure classifications of underground dance music on vinyl. Detroit. Minimal. Trance. Synth-Pop. These are just a few of the dividers […]

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RYBO, Lubelski, and Wyatt Marshall talk giving back to house music with Percomaniacs [Interview]

House music is currently going through a third Renaissance. The first took place in the late ’70s when the distinction between disco and house became clear. The four-on-the-floor beat diverged from the glossy strings and sequin outfits. The second, around 1997 when the styles of Chicago that Frankie Knuckles and company pioneered became worldwide, with […]

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RYBO, Lubelski, and Wyatt Marshall talk giving back to house music with Percomaniacs [Interview]

House music is currently going through a third Renaissance. The first took place in the late ’70s when the distinction between disco and house became clear. The four-on-the-floor beat diverged from the glossy strings and sequin outfits. The second, around 1997 when the styles of Chicago that Frankie Knuckles and company pioneered became worldwide, with […]

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RYBO, Lubelski, and Wyatt Marshall talk giving back to house music with Percomaniacs [Interview]

House music is currently going through a third Renaissance. The first took place in the late ’70s when the distinction between disco and house became clear. The four-on-the-floor beat diverged from the glossy strings and sequin outfits. The second, around 1997 when the styles of Chicago that Frankie Knuckles and company pioneered became worldwide, with […]

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RYBO, Lubelski, and Wyatt Marshall talk giving back to house music with Percomaniacs [Interview]

House music is currently going through a third Renaissance. The first took place in the late ’70s when the distinction between disco and house became clear. The four-on-the-floor beat diverged from the glossy strings and sequin outfits. The second, around 1997 when the styles of Chicago that Frankie Knuckles and company pioneered became worldwide, with […]

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Dancing Astronaut’s 5 Under 5K: Vol. 22

5 Under 5k is a feature on Dancing Astronaut dedicated to spotlighting talented upcoming and undiscovered artists who we believe deserve more exposure. Each edition of 5 Under 5k will highlight five artists from a wide variety of genres with under 5,000 followers on SoundCloud (at the time of writing). If Claude VonStroke taps you to […]

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Dancing Astronaut’s 5 Under 5K: Vol. 22

5 Under 5k is a feature on Dancing Astronaut dedicated to spotlighting talented upcoming and undiscovered artists who we believe deserve more exposure. Each edition of 5 Under 5k will highlight five artists from a wide variety of genres with under 5,000 followers on SoundCloud (at the time of writing). If Claude VonStroke taps you to […]

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