Wednesday, 31 May 2006 /
Turnmills has made a habit of giving international DJs a London home to showcase their talents, and extend their formula for success with the announcement of Kings Of Tomorrow’s star Sandy
This summer there are now four residencies on Ibiza gunning for electrohouse and techno. So who shifted the goalposts?
Tuesday, 30 May 2006 /
Adam Freeland has asked the Bassbin Twins to mix a compilation of remixes of Marine Parade's most successful tracks.
'Superlongevity 4’ is the latest from Perlon, the label that got up early and isn't slinking off to bed anytime soon. Looking for the latest minimal techno fly-by-nighters? Try elsewhere.
'Music:01' is the new Four:twenty label compilation mixed by electrohouser James Mowbray. Why didn't they ask labelmate Loco Dice? Maybe his phone was off the hook...
Monday, 29 May 2006 /
Madrid is the latest bustling cosmopolitan city to add an electronic music based conference to its cultural roster.
The twelfth edition of the Resident Advisor podcast is brought to you by forest ranger and Traum rave bunny Dominik Eulberg.
Renaissance has called on three-piece electronic outfit Faithless to compile the second edition of its '3D' series.
Friday, 26 May 2006 /
The cavernous Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern is an unlikely venue for minimalism but Ryoji Ikeda, Alva Noto and Robert Henke take it on May 29th.
American? Here's a chance to win an all expenses paid trip to New York to catch Paul Van Dyk live in Central Park. What’s the catch? Figure out a clever way to market the damn thing.
Love in Leeds is back with a bigger and better bank holiday bash at Lotherton Hall. Headlining are Tiefschwarz, M.A.N.D.Y and Mr. C...
Once you have seen Theo Wallcott score his first England hat trick against Paraguay, why not head to Familia at the Key to watch another English superstar in action.
Thursday, 25 May 2006 /
Ever wanted to take a DJ home with you? Sasha and Instant Live give fans the opportunity at the closing party of his Fundacion residency at Avalon in Hollywood.
Sascha Funke's new 'Boogy Bytes' compilation scrapes away the dirty house sound of Bpitch Control to reveal a shiny euphoria.
A new nightclub will open its doors in Playa d'en Bossa this summer.
Wednesday, 24 May 2006 /
The first of Ireland's new music festivals this summer avoids
well-trodden indie-meets-dance turf with a classy lineup featuring Carl
Craig, The Orb, and Scratch Perverts.
Restless house guru and hot air balloonist Matthew Herbert has released the club cuts ‘The Mover and the Shakers’/’Harmonise’ as a double a-side taster for his upcoming ‘Scale’ LP.
Tuesday, 23 May 2006 /
The Deadly Avenger will embark on an excursion downunder in June.
Bob Sinclar returns to Turnmills to launch his latest LP ‘Western Dream’. For those who've been living under a rock in Chad, Sinclar is the mind behind the summer smash ‘Love Generation'.
When Kompakt was launched off the back of the minimal thump of Wolfgang Voigt in the late nineties who could have imagined that the Cologne imprint would land itself an Ibiza residency?
Filthy house for dirty stop-outs, a slogan proudly showcased through Ed Real’s Riot Recordings over the passed 6 years have announced the release of their debut album by the same name.
Monday, 22 May 2006 /
The Chinese Laundry has an exciting line up in store for Sydney clubbers in June.
With the 2006 Berlin Love Parade finally given the green light, San Francisco's own Love Parade has been forced to rebrand itself as the Love Fest.
Dance music is going places it's never been before. DJs now wander far and wide, perking up new ears to the electronic beat. Steve Porter is an example of the new breed who are benefiting
Sunday, 21 May 2006 /
White hot live act and remix duo Digitalism bring the noise on RA Podcast #11. The mix features Daft Punk, Justice and a host of Digitalism's own trademark electro rock remixes.
'Thinking Out Loud 2' on Nascent is mixed by someone whose actions speak louder than words: James Talk.
Proton Radio is broadening its musical horizons with new tech house, techno and electrohouse shows.
Saturday, 20 May 2006 /
Creamfields 2006 showcases house, electro, progressive, trance, breaks, hard dance and drum'n'bass DJs. But hang on chaps, isn't there something missing?
Friday, 19 May 2006 /
Electrohouse imprint Get Physical have confirmed a release date for the second edition in their ‘Body Language’ mix CD series.
Thursday, 18 May 2006 /
Promoters MN2S step up to offer partygoers a real house music alternative on Sundays at El Divino featuring Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak...
Indian psytrance mecca Goa is set to ban rave and trance parties on beaches after 10 p.m.
Wednesday, 17 May 2006 /
Underworld are back with the third installment of their Riverrun series 'I'm A Big Sister, And I'm A Girl, And I'm A Princess, And This Is My Horse'.
Madonna's latest single has been remixed by Tiefschwarz, James Holden, Danny Howells and Jacques Lu Cont.
Jeremy P. Caulfield's label Dumb-Unit plug in the power cords and launch themselves on the web.
Tuesday, 16 May 2006 /
Renaissance welcomes Hernan Cattaneo and John Tonks to the label's 12 inch fold with the release of 'Sirocco'.
James Holden wears three hats: he DJs on the international circuit, he produces, and he runs the Border Community label. Not bad for a 26-year-old scruff in a Judas Priest T-shirt.
M.A.N.D.Y, Loco Dice, Jeff Mills and the Swedish Mafia of Eric Prydz, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello are the latest additions to the Dance Stage at Serbia's Exit Festival.
Monday, 15 May 2006 /
Jeff Mills, Derrick May, Galaxy 2 Galaxy and Los Hermanos are all on the bill for the Slam Tent at this year's T in the Park Festival in Scotland.
The seventh edition of Montreal's Mutek Festival promises a whirlwind of sound, music and audiovisual creation.
Patrick Chardronnet and Markese & Cosilli line up for a stab at Cosmic Sandwich's 'Man in a Box' on this second installment of remixes.
Ticket buyers to MOVE! - The Chicago International House Music Festival, will receive free song downloads from Beatport.
Friday, 12 May 2006 /
Fortnightly Sunday decadence South of the river has been warming up since January with the inception of PUSH at the Whitehouse in Clapham. This week it welcomes James Zabiela.
Wednesday, 10 May 2006 /
After the success of their first party, PlayKula & Wilde return to Watergate for another hedonistic night.
The We Love Sounds Winter Festival that made such an impact in its inaugural year in Sydney is going national.
Sundays at Space Ibiza grows some balls in 2006 with a schedule featuring DJ Hell, Miss Kittin, Jeff Mills, Alex Smoke, James Holden, Dave Clarke, Ata and Abe Duque.
Daft Punk will debut their first full-length feature film 'Electroma' at the Cannes Film Festival.
Andy Caldwell, a man with well documented studio talents, has released his debut artist album 'Universal Truth' Through OM Records.
Tuesday, 09 May 2006 /
The End will again have its impressive sound system outputting the latest Chicago house cuts as Derrick Carter’s Classic night rolls into town again.
Denmark's Out of Orbit Recordings presents two cuts of self-described "Goan-style shiznit" from label head Martinez.
Monday, 08 May 2006 /
UK electro synth-pop duo Goldfrapp continue to make inroads into American TV.
DJ Shadow has a new album close to finished and he's busting out of the studio and back onto the stage to celebrate.
Underworld will celebrate the release of the third installment in their Riverrun digital downloads by broadcasting live from Lemonworld Studio.
It's been two years since Detroit's Kenny Larkin last visited Oz. Fans will be able to see him on tour again in Sydney and Melbourne.
Josh Wink will release his debut UK mix CD 'Sessions' on Ministry Of Sound next Monday.
Sunday, 07 May 2006 /
John Gosling, known to many of you as the innovative Wall Of Sound signing Mekon, has announced the release of his third studio album this northern summer.
UK live act Crazy P (formerly Crazy Penis) will bring their disco grooves, diva vocals and funked-up jazztastic beats down-under with a 9 date tour across Australia.
Friday, 05 May 2006 /
Coming from within the walls of the Vicious label is a new EP set to make an impact on a global scale.
Thursday, 04 May 2006 /
UK Basic brings together some of the label's key talents for three cuts of stripped down percussive deep house on its latest release.
Programmed by Steve Blonde and Clive Morley The Old Queens Head in the heart of Islington is providing diverse and interesting line-ups throughout the week.
After two and a half years of dark and dirty Warehouse parties, the At Night crew will poke their head above ground for the first in a series of club events bringing their unique London in
Wednesday, 03 May 2006 /
Swiss label KumQuat invite you to remix their biggest release to date, 'Crash' by Absolut & Blade.
We wet you’re appetite with the stages and promoters announcement last month, but we can now reveal the first round of artists that will be strutting their stuff at 2006 TDK Cross Cental.
Sway Music Café will combine food, beverages and new music. Sway is a new venue for Melbournians.
You'd be forgiven for thinking the electronic music world had gone all German of late.
Erick Morillo’s Ibiza institution Subliminal Sessions will return to its weekly road block at Pacha every Wednesday from June 7th to September 27th.
Tuesday, 02 May 2006 /
Diverse broken beat DJ/Producers Evil Nine have been selected to mix the next instalment of Fabric’s Live Series.
Come the second weekend of May, an estimated 60,000 paulistanos will converge on Sao Paulo's Anhembi for South America's largest electronic music festival.
Groove Armada’s Andy Cato will launch a new night at west London’s Neighbourhood nightclub called Pack up and Dance.
Monday, 01 May 2006 /
Josh Davis, known to so many around the world as the diverse and influential DJ/Producer DJ Shadow has signed to Universal Records, its Motown arm specifically.
We talked to Riley Reinhold and Jacqueline Klein about the history of Traum Schallplatten and the new directions the pair are looking to push their family of labels in 2006.
Our ninth Resident Advisor Podcast comes from the Vampire von Dusseldorf, Oliver Hacke.