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The January showcase will feature Gifted & Blessed and SFV Acid.
He'll play a one-off US gig at Verboten before heading back to Europe.
Ikonika, Leon Vynehall and Matthew Dear are also scheduled to play the weekly Cambridge residency.
Music News /
The Berghain resident's version of "Country Boy Goes Dub" will get a vinyl release in January.
General News /
Islington Council last night voted to enforce several new security measures at the Farringdon club.
Fri, 19 Dec 2014
This is the first wave of suits since the tragic incident that killed four people in Austin this past March.
The club has provided an update following last night's licence review by Islington Council.
Co-founder Eric Wahlforss has outlined the platform's stance with a blog post.
Replika offers two high-quality delays, three diffusion algorithms, a resonant filter and phaser in a streamlined interface.
On the back of his recent Root Pattern EP, the Galdoors man offers up an hour of smooth house and techno.
The Oslo label will release remastered versions of Nedi Myra and Trøbbel in January.
Police have recommended a raft of new security measures following four drug-related deaths in the past three years at the London club.
International News /
Ricardo Villalobos and Chris Liebing are also locked in for the Swiss Alps event in April.
The book features contributions from the likes of Mad Mike, Jeff Mills and James Murphy.
Thu, 18 Dec 2014
It's part of Stamp The Wax's advent calendar, and all proceeds go towards a charity that helps the long-term unemployed get back to work.
The Livity Sound artist says he pocketed just over £1 through Spotify licensing his music this year.
Synthtopia reports that synths will be a much larger feature of the annual music gear showcase in California in 2015—a reflection of big increases in sales over the last few years.
Straight from the Metatron YouTube account, here's the dreamy official clip for the most ambient cut off the latest EP from Traumprinz.
The German techno artist drops some serious heat in this all-electro set for Electric Deluxe.
III will land on the Washington DC-based imprint next week.
The album, I Look Upon Nature While I Live In A Steel City, is due out next month.
The Detroit second wave stalwarts will play together this Friday.
The former Panorama Bar mainstay will tour throughout December and January.
The Canadian artist will tour through Australia, Asia and Europe throughout next year.
The German artist will release her second EP on the label in early 2015.
The Music On resident has an 18-track mix arriving in February 2015.
Wed, 17 Dec 2014
Head to the Gottwood site for the full list.
The Innervisions star talks to Glasgow's Sub Club about his past visits and shares a few non-electronic gems.
Owing to his increasing time spent DJing, Alex Cowan has offered up a handful of edits of his band, in both mixed and unmixed form.
The Sepalcure co-founder reportedly has an EP and full-length coming on the LA label next year.
Paul Rose writes about his highlights (and lowlights) of 2014 for Self-Titled.
Flying Lotus, Kaytranada and Jon Hopkins have all bagged shows for next year, starting in January.
The Border Community boss has announced a new weekly slot for January.
The latest video to come out of Sonic State's Berlin visit documents one of the city's cult synth makers.
Kevin McHugh shows us around his small but perfectly-formed Berlin studio.
Vinyl sales are up 49% from 2013, but ageing factories "struggle to keep pace," according to the US publication.
The clip for "Vernáculo," a track from the group's upcoming full-length for Warp, plays with the "advertising language of global beauty brands."
This mix handily bundles everything that was big in hip-hop—Rae Sremmurd, Young Thug, ILoveMakonnen—in 2014.
The new label debuted with a 12-inch from the L.I.E.S. associate this week.
The digital version of Carpenter's upcoming album Lost Themes also has Bill Kouligas and four others providing reworks.
The Droid Behavior affiliates will share a couple of dates later this week.
The Russian DJ has 24 dates lined up across Europe over the coming months.
Tech News /
A Munich-based investment company has partnered with the studio monitor manufacturer, who recently entered bankruptcy proceedings.
They'll play separate New York dates in February at TBA locations.
The German techno producer's second album lands on Delsin early next year.
Opening its accounts in early 2015, the new imprint will put out "futuristic physical club music."
Rush Hour will issue a compilation that shines light on the Japanese house producer Soichi Terada.
The SFX-owned online retailer will reportedly move towards free track streams in 2015.
Tue, 16 Dec 2014
The US label speaks to Jad Abumrad—one of the Radiolab producers—about Pro Tools, Google Drive and family life.
The Manchester grime collective guide us through the city's urban landscape, with Chunky, Chimpo and Skittles all featuring.
The latest entry in LuckyMe's ongoing December advent calendar is an over-the-top edit of an already over-the-top song.
Next year's edition of the Red Bull Music Academy will go down in the French capital.
The Berlin resident outlines his favourite cuts of the year on his Talkin' Salad blog.
Ahead of the Amsterdam venue's January closing, a group of residents and regulars—including Tom Trago, Serge and Marcel Dettmann—have contributed to a playlist of "Trouw anthems."
"The Stars Below" is the latest track from the Sydney trio's third album to get a clip.
The Radiohead guitarist's work for Inherent Vice is streaming over at Pitchfork.
The indie giant's recent flurry of activity continues with news that the Haitian house/hip-hop artist has an album in the pipeline for the label.
The Canadian duo offer up an hour of smoky house, including two new tracks from their upcoming album for Domino.
2AMFM and Two Dogs In A House will provide the first two installments of the apocalyptic series.
The new LP is a collaboration with IBM, based on a summer project that turned data from US Open matches into music.
Phuture Perfect will present a night of ghetto house and footwork next week.
The remix maestro has two more US bookings before the year is out.
Solomun, Adriatique and David August will play this weekend's Cityfox warehouse party.
Driving Blind and Obsession feature on the new record, due out in February.
Derrick May and Hot Chip feature in the club's takeover of the Standard hotel in Downtown LA.
The prolific label also has an LP from Jahiliyya Fields in the pipeline.
Nile Rodgers, Modeselektor and Sasha have also been locked in for the two-day conference at London's Tobacco Dock.
Autechre, Ben Frost and James Holden are locked in for the Austrian experimental music and arts festival.
From VHS to 12-inch to reel-to-reel, Jackson's next album comprises 12 tracks published in 12 different formats.
A 12-inch from store employee Garrett David will land in January 2015.
Mon, 15 Dec 2014
DJ Tech Tools has a film of the new USB-only decks in operation.
It's not all bad news, however: an American company has purchased the equipment and will open a new facility in Newark.
An Australian team is working on a device that may one day let you make vinyl records at home.
Benji B recently caught up with the media-shy producer on behalf of RBMA in Tokyo.
Directed by Isaiah Saxon and Sean Hellfritsch, this animated video provides a whimsical accompaniment to the Animal Collective member's latest tune.
Flying Lotus, Yung Lean and Busdriver feature in the magazine's nifty 2014 list.
This proposal aims to get 10,000 supporters behind a Daft Punk-themed set.
As Berghain's 10th birthday wraps up, nd_baumecker, one of the club's residents and bookers, posted a photo from 2003 of the space that was to become Panorama Bar's DJ booth.
Michael Mayer and Tobias Thomas will call it quits on December 19th.
Carl Craig, Charles Webster and Livio & Roby have all put their spin on tracks from the Argentinian's latest LP.
Sat, 13 Dec 2014
The producer/vocalist picks out records by Jai Paul, A Number Of Names and Marcel Vogel for The Guardian.
The Atlanta resident (and former Breaking Through star) is in session for FACT on this rough, raw and rowdy mix.
The bar will host a fundraiser next week to cover expenses related to the closure.
Galcher Lustwerk and Huerco S. will play at an undisclosed location in Brooklyn.
One of the Japanese gear maker's other classic drum machines is coming to their dance music hardware line.
Joakim and LCD Soundsystem's Pat Mahoney are also on the schedule.
More than 280 artists have been added to the bill for the Playa del Carmen festival.
The EP, set for release through Sleeperhold Publications, features three tracks from the Work (Work Work) era.
Fri, 12 Dec 2014
For one week only, the PAN producer is offering up his two albums (plus a third, unreleased one) for free download.
The Body High producer has made a typically synth-heavy number out of elements from the recent Drake hit (and it's barely recognizable).
"I know I can mix two records together very well—that's what I grew up doing," the techno veterans says in Native Instruments' latest The Future Of DJing short. "I want to know what I can create outside of that box."
BBC Arts and the BFI have restored Britain's first ever sci-fi feature, 1913's A Message from Mars, with a new soundtrack by Matthew Herbert.
The German runs though each track on his latest album, Iffy.
The Italian house minimalist supplies the latest Louche podcast.