A fundraiser has been launched for the funeral of influential New York disco DJ Tony Smith.
A new documentary on the power of dance music, Where Love Lives, is out this week.
Dark Entries has announced a new Patrick Cowley archival collection which will arrive next month.
Amazon Music have released a short film on Youtube about legendary disco singer, Sylvester.
The documentary, Love Me Like You Should: The Brave and Bold Sylvester, explores Sylvester's beginnings with a church choir through to his years spent immersed in San Francisco's queer nightlife scene, and is available to view for free as part of celebrations for LGBTQI+ pride.
Legendary New York club Studio 54 has returned in the form of a label.
The infamous party spot, which was frequented by stars including David Bowie, Grace Jones, Andy Warhol and Diana Ross, shut its doors in 1986. Now, a new official label, Studio 54 Music, aims to capture the club’s legendary disco flair while adapting it for a contemporary audience.
Washington D.C. house DJ, Sam ‘The Man’ Burns, has died, aged 63.
The sad news broke on Saturday 7th March with a report by Chris Richards, music critic at The Washington Post, paying homage to one of the city's most significant players. This was followed by a heartfelt tribute piece in the same publication yesterday.
Elliot Adamson has remixed CHANEY's 'Little Bit More'.
Released at the back-end of 2019, Swindon-based DJ and producer CHANEY's 'Little Bit More' is a groovy Italo disco cut, oozing with '80s vibes and smoky, dancefloor atmospherics. Now, the legendary Skint Records kick off 2020 with a remix from Newcastle-based DJ and producer, Elliot Adamson.