Founded in 1997 by “gman” deephousepage.com was created to preserve house music history. In 2010, gman decided to hand over ownership to long-time forum administrators and now co-owners, Torin Edmond, and Timmy Richardson.

Mixes from legendary DJ’s including The HotMix 5, Frankie Knuckles, Ron Hardy and Larry Levan were posted on the site’s main page. Listeners could join the message board to interact with house music enthusiasts from around the globe.

The site continues to be visited by the pioneers and legends of house music.

“There are Web-based communities with members who should probably never meet in the real world, but for the regulars at DeepHousePage.com, getting together is essential. Inspired by and largely concerned with the legendary club-scene eras in Chicago and New York, the site maintains forums for discussion of house and disco parties long past, hypes upcoming events, posts rare original flyers from events at the Bismarck Pavilion and A.K.A., and highlights interviews with the likes of Chip E. and more. Members can also link to their own DJ mixes. The most potent feature is the library of mixes that DHP maintains: One can stream a Tony Humphries mix from 1982 or a Larry Heard set from last year.: -By John Dugan, TimeOut Chicago Circa 2006