DJ Chip made the ghetto-house cut “Aw Shit” with his neighbor in 1999, and last week it soundtracked a downtown inauguration protest.
Ghetto-house pioneer DJ Funk releases a career retrospective, the Adler mashes up stars with rock stars, and more.
Dance Mania Records helped birth ghetto house, juke, and footwork music—now it’s back to court the EDM crowd.
Chicago house music is the sound of global pop today. In the 90s, though, it was on life support—until a new wave of producers got its groove back.
I admit I wasn’t entirely correct about the “band names with ‘funk’ in them” thing.
The Hipster Runoff honcho is coming to the second Branded party at the Congress Theater on June 19.
Daft Punk is playing in my town.