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The final FoH mix of the year and we're back in the usual territory. Some classics, some forgotten gems, and some more recent additions to the material.
FoH presents a quick round up of the obit pieces on David Mancuso, arguably the architect of disco, house, techno and everything in between.
An archive recording of a documentary exploring Chicago's history and current relationship to house music.
The latest FoHMix sees us exploring slightly different tonalities and textures including garage, and elements of a deeper Chicago-based sound.
The second instalment of FoHMix gets into even funkier melodic territory. Including cuts from Mark Picchiotti, Brian Tappert, and Kenny Bobien.
Carl Bean's thoughts on the connection between Black church gospel music, and the musical DNA of disco from the singer of I Was Born This Way.
We look at the playlists from the original house club "The Warehouse" and asks what Frankie Knuckles was trying to achieve with the music he played.
This first of many new regular mixes see's FoH get stuck into NYC garage and that mid-90s sound. Gospel vocals, pianos, organs and clapping EVERYWHERE.
The latest piece from the FoH project analyses the role of the preacher in house music, asks where it comes from, and why it's still in house music today.
Read highlights from FoH's exclusive interview with Robert Owens "The Voice Of House". We chat churches, the paradise garage, and where religion ends.
Read the next in our series of exclusive interviews. This time we chat to Apiento of Test Pressing about Ibiza, spirituality, the 1980s, and ecstasy.
Get exclusive access to the official Foundations of House spotify playlists. Covering all the different research themes spanning Chicago house music.
Highlights from our exclusive interview with Simon Reynolds, author of Energy Flash and Retromania. A fascinating chat about house, civil rights and cities.
Part 2 of Foundations of House's special DJ mix exploring ideas of gospel tonalities, spirituality and belief in classic 90s house music.
Highlights from our exclusive interview with Dave Haslam as we discuss Chicago house, giant crucifixes, ecstasy, Madchester and why London was behind the times.
Tim Lawrence, authority on all that's dance music, speaks to us about the death of disco, tensions in the church, and the problem of perception in house music.
Hear a special DJ mix from Foundations of House focusing on classic 1980s Chicago house music focusing on themes of spirituality and freedom.
Mixing Chicago house music and religion causes researchers difficulty when it comes to deciphering the clues DJs left in their songs. What does it all mean?