Monday, 30 Nov 2015 /
Robert Del Naja has provided the soundtrack to The Standing March, an installation meant to pressure politicians at the UN Climate Change Conference.
The German DJ tours Australia the weekend before Christmas.
DJ Tennis, Paul Kalkbrenner and Jamie Jones are also due to hit the Singaporean beach festival in December.
The Chicago stalwart joins the Turbo Recordings boss at Trade this Friday.
The likes of Ben UFO and Aurora Halal will perform at the promoter's anniversary events.
The new LP, due out February 19th, features contributions from John Cale and Colin Stetson.
The US house duo's collaborative show will happen on December 11th.
The three-disc set lands on January 15th.
The 2009 12-inch, first issued on Polyfon, has arrived on Jens Kuhn's own label.
Sunday, 29 Nov 2015 /
The festival has had a tragic start to its 2015 national tour.
Two DJ Slugo remixes of Ghetto Kraviz come with the new pressing in December.
Friday, 27 Nov 2015 /
Nina Kraviz and Ben UFO are among those cancelled after Club Guesthouse was pulled from the festival due to safety concerns.
The Livity Sound producer has five dates lined up next month.
The American producer will spend New Year's in the region.
Jackmaster and Avalon Emerson will also take part in Rhondapolis, the LA party's Standard Hotel takeover.
The club's staff say they are "heartbroken" by the sale.
The Martinez Brothers, Steve Rachmad and DJ Qu are also on the bill for the DC-10 marathon.
The LP will arrive on January 22nd.
The Seattle label will release Hyperboreal on vinyl next month.
Thursday, 26 Nov 2015 /
The Rise And Fall EP will come out via Wake Up! Records in December.
The Edinburgh-based DJ will hit the City of Glass next January.
The festival's next edition will take place across 14 stages in Upminster, Essex.
The Irish label will close up shop with a vinyl pressing of the Riko Dan version of Rabit's Black Dragons.
Due out in February, アナログ・グルーヴス [Collected] brings together—and expands upon—De La Calle's Analog Grooves releases for the label.
The December 19th show is one of a string of Scottish dates the Glasgow duo are playing in the next few weeks.
Terrence Parker, Levon Vincent, Benjamin Damage, and Jeremy Underground will head to Brest in January.
The Studio 338 marathon will run from 2 PM through 7 AM on Saturday, with 22 artists confirmed.
Skepta, Fatboy Slim, ANOHNI, Kenny Dope and The Black Madonna will also play the next edition of the Spanish festival.
Adaptation is scheduled for a February release.
The first names are in for the East London festival's milestone tenth edition.
Wednesday, 25 Nov 2015 /
Five copies of Lil Mo In Dub will be available to help fund the vehicle's restoration.
The Spanish artist's classical-influenced record will come through Non Series next January.
"This is an attack on alternative, artist-run event spaces and their right to program and participate in culture," says Backdoor organizer Matt Troy.
Vicious Circle, the Great American Techno Festival team's new endeavor, will host the Italian techno DJ in Englewood next month.
The Studio Barnhus boss will cross the pond for a couple of gigs next month.
Tracks from the trio's debut album have been remixed by the likes of Edward, Melchior Productions and The Martinez Brothers.
The L.I.E.S. affiliate is working on music for the Natasha Lyonne-produced Antibirth.
The Berlin-based producer worked with his twin brother, Gabriel, and Frédéric Aubourg on the new album, out in December.
The Big Apple branch is calling time on operations after ten years, bowing out with an extended series of closing parties.
The next entry in PoleGroup's mix series is due out in December, shortly after the label launches a new digital platform, AINE.
The former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist is offering some of his productions via SoundCloud and Bandcamp.
The full lineup is in for the Amsterdam festival, including an extra night of music on the Friday.
The booking agency has sent a letter to its clients outlining its "financial difficulties."
The three-LP release will come out in early 2016 via Favorite Recordings.
Tuesday, 24 Nov 2015 /
The Dial Records fixture will cross the pond for a couple of gigs next month.
The British artist's next LP will land in January.
AAAA is also on the bill this weekend for Dance Your Name.
The two selectors will head to Miami for a party presented by III Points next month.
The exact venue for the new one-day festival is still TBA, though it's within an eco-community in Tulum.
Featuring a special-edition speaker unit along with the duo's preferred components from the modular headphone system, they're available in an edition of 500.
MikeQ, Total Freedom and Ultrademon are among the artists booked for the off-Basel fair next month.
The police stats apply to nearly 3,000 cases that were reported between May and October.
The French DJ will play three gigs next month.
The LP drops in March 2016, with a string of European dates also confirmed.
Ryan McRyhew's second album is coming next spring.
The Belgian selector will headline the long-running dance party this weekend.
The company is bringing its object-based 3D-audio platform to the dance music sphere by way of club installations and apps aimed at studio and DJ mixing.
The four-track effort came out via LuckyMe today.
The polls have opened—cast your vote now.
The automated mastering service will offer bulk uploading, cloud storage backup and more through the free download.
Andrew Field-Pickering will issue the LP on Future Times in 2016—listen to "Rhythm Automator" now.
Monday, 23 Nov 2015 /
The collection of new tracks and remixes is also Full Pupp's 50th release.
The crew will celebrate their birthday at the Factory Theatre next month.
The Victorian charity festival will return for its third outing in February.
Gilles Peterson will also help celebrate the milestone at Potato Head Beach Club this weekend.
The Chicago party people—fresh from launching a new label—have an anniversary in the works for this Saturday.
The Minus man joins Tale Of Us on the early December gig.
Adrift is available now for both iOS and Android.
The landmark electronic record is part of a batch of re-releases coming on Göttsching's label in 2016.
The Dutch company says its new service is "not a direct competitor of SoundCloud, Spotify or other music-streaming platforms."
The New York techno veteran will drop an archival four-tracker through the label soon.
The Dominican Republic festival will go down in Punta Cana next month.
Lena Willikens and Auntie Flo have also been tapped for the December party in Glasgow.
The LA singer will return to the continent in February 2016, playing eight shows in two weeks.
The former Vex'd man's next LP arrives in January.
Treatment, AKA Onur Özer and Binh, have also been booked for the all-day party at Studio 338.
Nina Kraviz, Shackleton and Matthew Dear will all appear during Paul Rose's three-month stint at the London club.
The 80-minute biopic charts the highs and lows of the UK artist's career, with cameos from Carl Cox, Danny Whittle and more.
Both events will go down in February 2016.
Broadcasting will begin on November 29th.
Saturday, 21 Nov 2015 /
The Frenchman's first Australian visit in 15 years is scheduled for March 2016.
The November 13th attacks made it "impossible" to complete the two-week term, organisers say.
The promoter has also revealed details of a forthcoming party on December 12th.
Friday, 20 Nov 2015 /
Toronto producer Stuart Li will head out for a series of US gigs later this month.
The Running Back founder's two versions of "Keep On Talking" will see release in December.
The Panorama Bar resident will cross the pond for three dates in the US and two in Canada.
The two-day Swedish festival has also booked the likes of Levon Vincent and Fred P.
A new player, which the Dutch file transfer platform is announcing this coming Wednesday, will distribute exclusive tracks and videos.
In addition to the all-analog Eurorack components, they're releasing a dedicated carrying case.
The new four-day event will run across New Year's Eve at various venues in Playa Del Carmen.
MCDE, Paranoid London and Young Marco have all been booked for the Mint Warehouse show at the end of the month.
The Manchester club will host four parties between Christmas and NYE 2015.
Thursday, 19 Nov 2015 /
Dixon and Âme call Laolu's Dele Sosimi Afrobeat Orchestra remake their "track of the year."
Mitch Edelson is buying the embattled Mid-City nightclub.
The first round of names are in for the Amsterdam giant's next edition, with Rødhåd, Mano Le Tough and Bonobo also billed.
He'll be joined by Arca and GHE20G0TH1K resident Shayne Oliver next month.
The Italian disco don will headline The Colombian on December 11th.
The Berlin club's December 26th party also features Levon Vincent.
No date has yet been specified.
The new label will be an outlet for the producer's own material, with the first EP dropping next month.
The "audiophile-quality" M-100s are built to match the aesthetic and sound of the electronic music production hardware series.
The New York artist is the latest addition to the UK label's roster.
"At these low prices the time is not right to go forward on this path," says the dance music mogul.
Paco Osuna will join the Music On boss for the party.
Skepta, Black Coffee and Fatboy Slim will also be hitting the slopes in Mayrhofen next April.
The Berlin producer will release his second LP in early 2016.
Wednesday, 18 Nov 2015 /
The Art Department man has put together a 16-track selection for No. 19 Music.
Tornado Wallace and Wax'o Paradiso will also play OFFtheGRID on December 22nd.
FaltyDL, Tobacco and more are booked for the indie-minded January festival.
"Nothing and no one will stop Paris from dancing," say club owners in a jointly released statement.
The UK weekender has announced a second wave of artists playing next March.
Harri & Domenic, Nightmares on Wax and Boris Brejcha have also been announced for the week-long South African event.
The music streaming service, a precursor to Spotify in the US, owes millions to companies across the music business.
The compilation features nine songs whose inspiration comes from Frahm's 2012 album, Screws.
Heavy on material from Cisco Ferreira himself, the digital compilation collects tracks that were previously unavailable on the format, along with a few unreleased cuts.
Tuesday, 17 Nov 2015 /
The Brisbane artist will release his first full-length via Future Classic on December 11th.
Harvey Sutherland, Andras & Oscar and Francis Inferno Orchestra will all start the New Year at the Melbourne festival.
Ken Sumitani has also started his own audio cable business.
They'll head to Miami for a SAFE party that coincides with the week-long art fair next month.
The "living archive" will be located at Kraftwerk, the spot that currently plays host to Berlin Atonal festival.
Invade Records is reissuing the American producer's track 'Take Me Back' with new remixes.
The four-day event will run at various locations from December 2nd through 5th.
The event, which is also being co-hosted by The Nest, Outlook and XOYO, will take place in July of 2016.
The sextet's first LP will come out on Money $ex Records in December.
The California artist's '80s work, sung in an invented language, will be released via the New York label in February.
Sonja Moonear, Tobi Neumann and Evan Baggs are also billed for the five back-to-back events.
The San Francisco promoter will host Pachanga Boys and Matthew Dear in the respective cities.
Two Rezzett remixes feature on the record, which is being released in partnership with Palace Skateboards.
Elijah & Skilliam have put together two discs highlighting the vocal side of grime.
Monday, 16 Nov 2015 /
An EP from Sergio Dimoff kicks off the NYC promoter's new venture, with releases from Todd Sines, Craig Richards and Convextion in the works.
The Swedish duo will play their first Australian shows in December.
Fatboy Slim will also play the new one-day festival in January 2016.
Kieran Hebden will ring in 2016 down under.
The Figure label boss will play seven dates beginning this Thursday in Miami.
Houston promoter Crossroads also have Solar and Matrixxman booked for the coming months.
The Firecracker artist will play in Toronto and Montreal at the end of the month.
The online catalogue and retailer has sold over 2.5 million records this year alone.
The LP will arrive on January 22nd.
Two new singles from Ed Russell are due out first, with a 12-inch from Truss following after.
Edits of Jimmy McGriff and T Connection feature on the 12-inch, which is due out November 20th.
LOUD and Contact are behind the party, which will also feature Binh and Onur Özer.
Both records will land on the Lisbon label in December.
The identities of some victims, including several music industry professionals, have been revealed.
Saturday, 14 Nov 2015 /
The LP will arrive in three parts, with the first due on November 25th.
Friday, 13 Nov 2015 /
The event's organizers will now hold next weekend's two-day festival at 39th Street Pier.
The incident was one of several violent attacks in the French capital on Friday night.
The Bergen, Norway producer will play three dates beginning tonight in San Francisco.
Loco Dice and Jon Hopkins are also on board to remix the tune, which features the pop star Lorde.
Beautiful Swimmers and Jack J are on the lineup for the label's hometown celebration next month.
She'll be joined by Derek Plaslaiko as well as Ital & Halal at Good Room next month.
Life Goes On If You Are Lucky will come out in January.
Mad Rey, Nummer, Willis Anne and more will play at the daytime monthly party over the coming months.
Marcellus Pittman and K15 have also been billed for sets at the venue over the coming weeks.
The one-day event will also host Luciano, Andrea Oliva and more at La Cubierta in Leganés, Spain.
Titled The Boys Are Here, it'll arrive in January 2016 in a limited edition of 100.
The storefront is open Monday to Saturday in Friedrichshain.
The party will go down in March 2016.
Local officials claim they were not consulted by authorities, and want the festival out of their neighbourhood.
A plan to build 11 luxury flats has left a cloud over the future of the multipurpose arts space in Peckham.
Eats Everything and Yousef have also joined the Kent festival's lineup.
Crews are still searching for the woman in waters off the coast of Cuba.
Thursday, 12 Nov 2015 /
The late legend's collaboration with Eric Kupper gets remixed by David Morales and Farley & Heller on the new EP, out this month.
The Firecracker label boss will play gigs in Singapore, Indonesia and Australia this month.
The benefit party goes down at the Hollywood Palladium in December.
The Bristol artist touches down this month for five shows.
Mark Farina, Colette and Michael Serafini will take over Smart Bar and Metro next weekend.
The Ghostly International duo's second album will land in February.
Terre Thaemlitz remixes the UK artist on the new two-tracker, out today.
My Life In A Hole In The Ground, Environmental Studies, Drastic Season and Off The Beaten Track will all get a fresh release in 2016.
Dubfire, Lee Burridge and DJ Tennis have also been tapped for the 2016 event, taking place on the island of Saint Martin.
The iOS version of the company's beatmaking platform is advancing from sketchpad to more full-fledged music creation tool.
The Milan spot has seven parties scheduled before the month is out.
The French producer will cross the pond next spring.
The Salon Des Amateurs cofounder's Rushing Into Water 12-inch is due in December.
The bassist from the band playing on the night of the blaze has passed away, along with two teenagers.
The Kompakt staple channels Ziggy Stardust on his next 12-inch.
The Minus man, flying the flag of his legendary party, will play an all-night set at City Club later this month.
The Boston duo will be joined by Soulspace at the festival, which is happening in Rajasthan this December.
Wednesday, 11 Nov 2015 /
The Danish dub techno producer will drop his first full-length in eight years this coming February.
The two Berlin artists will play four shows in the country in November.
The Bristol producers have scheduled joint gigs in New York and DC and solo appearances on the West Coast.
Harsh Riddims and Club Security will throw a party with the New York DJ this Saturday.
Brian Shimkovitz will bring his cassette collection to the Big Apple next week.
The Rochester club night heads into its one-year anniversary with a set from the Bunker resident.
Machinedrum also has a release coming on Ninja subsidiary Big Dada, remixing Melbourne producers SK Simeon and Yaw Faso.
The first, Social Experiment, will put out an EP from DJ Qu later this month.
Bambounou, Molly, Simo Cell and Zaltan are all confirmed for the Sunday daytime party.
"New Geographies" is the theme for the next edition of the experimental festival, which runs from January 29th through February 7th.
The 19-track affair, out in January, profiles the South African gqom subgenre.
The Glasgow DJ will play nine shows in as many days from November 20th.
The Gamble, made under the name nonkeen, is due out in February 2016.
Instead of throwing their own event, SMS will host a stage and boat party in Croatia next July.
The pair have contributed one track each to SSS, which comes out later this month.
The two techno artists have collaborated on a tune called "Vengeance."
The Spanish artist has penned the first release, which drops next week.
The mobile platform's 1.4 billion monthly users will now have access to the streaming service via a fully native app.
Tuesday, 10 Nov 2015 /
The Sex Tags Mania man will release a 12-inch on the Detroit label next month.
An EP from Jean Nipon and mini-LP from Copeland are due out next month.
Statewide licensing restrictions may be implemented mid-way through next year.
Buyers under 25 account for over half the sales of new wax.
The Italian electro pioneer will kick off the new project in December.
The Maryland producer will release the record in February.
The Bucharest festival's first edition runs non-stop from November 27th through December 2nd.
The Downwards boss will also play dates in Montreal and Chicago at the end of this month.
The Death Of Rave will release the trio's EP1 later this week.
Canavan's Pool Hall will host this weekend's anniversary party, with founder Bradley Zero also playing.
Santiago and Lima will also host editions of the global festival franchise in the next two weeks.
The sixteen-week gig kicks off in December with sets from Carola and Stacey Pullen.
Out in December, the retrospective LP focuses on the Gospel Roots label.
The commemorative bash will go down at The Steelyard in December.
The Dirtybird boss and Chicago legend will launch the project in earnest at the end of the year.
MAMA & Company's Dean James has invested in the firm that runs the two East London venues.
Ben Klock, Andrew Weatherall, Omar-S and Four Tet have also been confirmed for the March weekender.
The Foligno club has announced details of its next seven parties, stretching right up to Christmas.
Tracks from Dimbiman, Melchior Productions Ltd. and Joy Orbison make it into the popular mix series' next instalment.
The Sensation / Clear 12-inch, out in November, is Avery's first new solo material since his debut album.
Monday, 09 Nov 2015 /
A ten-track LP from the "What's A Girl To Do" producer lands on November 27th.
Kiasmos' Swept EP, a four-tracker with a rework from the Italian duo, is due out later this month.
DJ Tennis, Fort Romeau and Andy Stott will also play the Nevada gathering next spring.
DVS1, Paula Temple, Adam Beyer and Gilb'R will also appear at the boat venue in the coming months.
More names are in for the debut edition of the Cuban event, which continues to raise funds via Kickstarter.
The November 11th event will feature Carl Craig, Eats Everything, Martin Buttrich and more.
The Warp Records artist has provided the soundtrack to the new Sky Atlantic series.
John Talabot, Bicep and Midland will also play the party's NYD swansong at Canal Mills.
The drummer of the band that was performing at Colectiv when the fire took hold has died from his injuries.
German veteran Mick Wills has also been confirmed for the French website's anniversary event.
The Toronto producer will celebrate the reissue of some of his classics at La Rotonde this week.
7direction(s) is the Cadenza boss's first and only release of 2015 as Luciano.
Rashad Owens, 23, was found guilty of capital murder by a jury in Travis County.
Sunday, 08 Nov 2015 /
Lee Gamble and Minor Science also offer interpretations of tracks from the Italian producer's recent album.
Powell's label will drop a 12-inch from the Italian producer ahead of his debut LP next year.
The American duo's new LP is made entirely of sounds generated by the washing machine in their basement.
Friday, 06 Nov 2015 /
Tuff City Kids and Butch also contribute versions of the group's 1993 hit, Adventures Of Dama.
The Bedrock boss will release a three-CD & DVD package this December.
Thursday, 05 Nov 2015 /
Tracks from Laux's Fernweh LP has been reworked and collected on two EPs that are due out in the coming weeks.
UK producer Lord Leopard is behind the first release, which drops this week.
EVENIFUDONTBELIEVE is out via Warp Records.
Cosmic Bridge's second compilation features new tracks from DJ Madd, Moresounds and Danny Scrilla.
Wednesday, 04 Nov 2015 /
Daniel Lanois and Gifted & Blessed are also part of this Friday’s event.
Ellen Allien and Lone have also joined the bill for the festival's Icelandic edition early next year.
The Berlin-based experimental techno artist will kick off a stateside tour this Thursday, headlining Smart Bar's School Nights session.
The Perlon co-founder will play the long-running party this Friday.
Slackk, Dullah Beatz and Spokes are all on the London grime collective's first wax drop.
Another record with more potential Plastikman productions has shown up at Hard Wax.
The 138-year-old venue will shut in 2017 following an unsuccessful campaign to keep it open.
The New York producer's Hit The Breaks EP will land later this month.
The one-off performance hits the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne on January 30th.
Rush Hour will issue the Dutch techno producer's fourth full-length in early 2016.
Prime Minister Victor Ponta has stepped down in the wake of massive protests over last weekend's deadly incident.
Tuesday, 03 Nov 2015 /
The latest endeavor from the Spanish techno artist starts with his own Different Paths EP.
The promoter has provided some details of why its October 31st event was shut down.
King Triton will see release through Oil Gang in December.
The Newark producer will spin alongside Solar in November.
Magic Johnson lands on the long-running electronic label this December.
The Berlin-based pair will release their first full length on Golf Channel Recordings in January.
Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler and Bicep are also lined up for the Croatian festival.
In addition to broadcasting Fridays and Saturday nights to smartphones, the Ministry Of Sound LIVE app will feature streaming channels and on-demand mixes.
The first wave of names have been revealed for the new Croatian festival, which is set to begin next June.
Drawn With Shadow Pens is scheduled for release in January.
Monday, 02 Nov 2015 /
The young house producer will play his first shows around the country this month.
Decimus 7 is due to land in December.
The 15-track LP will hit the shelves via the producer's Outcross Records label in December.
A batch of the Nigerian musician's LPs will see fresh release through David Byrne's Luaka Bop this November.
The Florianopolis club will also host Marc Houle, Ion Ludwig and DJ W!ld in the coming months.
HARD Day Of The Dead and Escape: Psycho Circus were under increased scrutiny after rave incidents this past summer.
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The third edition of the three-day festival will take place in June next year.
The software maker has dropped Akai and rebuilt their dedicated controller themselves, and the software itself is gaining a handful of new features.
The 18-track LP will land via Kassem Mosse's label in December.
Sunday, 01 Nov 2015 /
The French producer's 1978 track "H-Friend" is the subject of three upcoming remix EPs.