Stylistically sitting in a world of his own, Huxley has become renowned for his ability to mix house, techno and garage in one giant club shake. The result has kept people moving on dance floor for almost a decade with an album, Essential Mix & prestigious Rinse FM show under his belt.

His eclectic style has lead him to releases on Aus Music, Tsuba, Morris Audio, Hypercolour and 20:20 Vision. 2017 sees the UK producer throwing his hat into more rings, with aliases Martinet bringing out his melodic techno side and the Hux monkier flexing his house muscles. Continue reading

Don’t think of K-HAND as just another Detroit-based producer, or DJ. Think of her instead as one of the city’s best, as bold as that thought may seem. She has devoted more than two decades to working crowds into techno dance frenzy, reading crowds and seducing them, one track after another, until she has it at her mercy.

K-HAND stands alongside Detroit’s elite as an internationally recognized veteran of the legendary Detroit Techno scene. Her latest releases are some of hottest music coming out of Detroit on Acacia Recordings and Nina Kraviz’s Label ???? (English: Trip). Continue reading

The Manchester scene in the late 80s radiated from the Hacienda. It was a place which grew to be a breeding ground for the likes of Laurent Garnier and Chemical Brothers and in the Summer of Love the Hacienda had a theme tune called Voodoo Ray. It was A Guy Called Gerald’s first release in 1988 and became a seminal classic that put British house music firmly on the map. Continue reading

DJ Aakmael is all about preserving that deep, underground sound. Since he started making noise in 2004 he has some of the deepest and rawest house tracks of today’s Deep House scene, back before Deep House was a thing.

From his first record, ‘Unexposed Evolutionz EP’ on Bumpin’ City Records, to his projects on labels like Unified Records, Uzuri, Real Tone/Earthrumental, and his own imprint Unxpozd Entertainment, His mixes contain the perfect blend of smooth vocal tracks as well as hard hitting deep house instrumentals – which is just what we like at Good Room. Continue reading

DJ Sprinkles is something of a true renegade in modern club culture. She tackles themes that are usually off limits in electronic music, eschewing conventional notions of ‘having the night of your life’ and instead confronting issues of gender, sexuality, race and class, often in lipstick and four-inch heels.

Nineteen albums and multifarious monikers into her 20-year career, she’s constructed a political discourse that’s hard to find anywhere else in dance music today. We’re bringing her rare spirit back to Good Room on September 17 at the French Kiss presents party. We caught up with the Comatonse label head ahead of her set, sharing her love and ideas on music. Continue reading

Heidi has worked hard over the past decade to make her mark on the new house and techno music generation. You only have to visit her worldwide brand of Jackathon parties and or listen to her BBC Radio 1 show to experience her passion for music and fiery nature. Heidi spends her life immersed in music. Never afraid to fight for what she wants, for Heidi it’s not about right place, right time. She has won through sheer determination and sharing the magic with those she loves at every step.

This year has been a busy year for Heidi, relaunching her Jackathon Jams label. After a short hiatus, the first release is a 3-track collaborative EP from DJ T. Vs Emanuel Satie featuring two new productions ‘Break Loose’ and ‘Feeling You’ featuring Joe le Groove, and a remix of ‘Break Loose’ by Kill Frenzy. Continue reading

Scottish producer Graeme Clark has been one-upping himself years. Making music as The Revenge, he has a gift for crafting forward-thinking and inspiring cuts which he has showed us 12 inch after 12 inch after 12 inch. Each track understands the past but embraces the future solo with releases on revered international labels including DFA, Pokerflat, Needwant, My Favorite Robot and his own deceased, but much sought after, Instruments Of Rapture. Continue reading

Kim Ann Foxman is a rare visionary who yearns to celebrate the golden era of authentic dance music whilst feeding from her fluid understanding of its imminent and intriguing future.

After stepping away from singing with New York’s neo-disco collective Hercules and Love Affair she returned to her fundamental passions: rocking clubs as a DJ and producing raw electronic music. Since then she started Firehouse recordings to represent New York, represent its flavour and be a part of the music history, putting out tracks that are super-dynamic, gorgeous and weird. Continue reading

Born and raised in West suburban Chicagoland, it was no wonder Shaun J. Wright he fell in love with house music. His love for dance music expanded throughout his high school years as he partook in the underground dance scene now globally known as Juke.

The once dancer/voguer in professional dance companies and the ballroom scene, found his feet in fashion in New York City. It was here he met Andrew Butler, founder of Hercules and the Love Affair, and began a whirlwind collaboration with the ensemble as a vocalist. Continue reading

A new label out of New York is exploring the darker, moodier side of electronic music.Just-launched Samo Records will take you anywhere from electro to EBM to cold-wave territory and all points in between.

Founder Boris Knezevic (who DJs under the Facets moniker) wants to showcase the wealth of talent coming out of NYC, showcasing the best local up-and-coming and established artists on every release. Wanting to bring something different to the table, one of his key ideal behind the label is to connect people who wouldn’t normally be on the same release to create something new as a result of two worlds colliding. Continue reading