The Berliner's formerly anonymous project It's Not Over wraps up with a double-disc compilation set for release next month.
Nile Rodgers and Jamie Lidell appear on the German producer's debut album.
The German piano artist will drop a new album next March.
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The CLR head will play all night at the Brooklyn club next Sunday.
Iron/Verse Remixes will see release next month on Digitalis Recordings.
A collaboration between the Mexican festival and No. 19 Music, the mix features Oskar Offerman, Ten Walls and the duo themselves.
Blackest Ever Black will release a compilation of the Skullflower founder's early synth experiments in January.
Dave Clark's "Portland," the very first track released on Numbers progenitor Stuff Records, is getting a reissue next week.
The reggae don showcases his range on the three-disc mix, which features everyone from Amy Winehouse to Luciano to Bob Marley & The Wailers.
The Field, Clark and DJ Rashad have also joined the bill for the festival's first Swedish edition.
The Swedish hardware maker's new flagship, all-analog synth has four voices, 37 semi-weighted keys and CV.