Sunday, 31 May 2015 /
The M_REC LTD founder died from cancer this weekend.
Saturday, 30 May 2015 /
The dub techno producer will release his second album for the Canadian label next week.
Friday, 29 May 2015 /
The LA party will host the Mood Hut affiliate later this month.
The Yoruba Records head will return to Australia in June.
The SF crew will begin a four date monthly over Pride weekend at Sound.
The Smallville artist will play gigs in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne next month.
The two Chicago house jocks will land in New York next weekend for a party at a TBA location.
The first-come, first-served gig goes down at Brooklyn venue St. Vitus tomorrow.
Gag, a queer-friendly hip-hop night, kicks off later this month.
The hard-edged Swedish techno duo will hit Canada, the US, Mexico and Colombia next month.
Chris Liebing, Dixon and Leftfield have been added to this year's edition of Serbia's most famous festival.
The two experimentalists, who collaborated on a recent LP for FRKWYS, will play together in August.
Tunes from Auntie Flo, Mehmet Aslan and Esa feature on the party's fifth anniversary collection.
Saturday nights on the Terrace will also feature the likes of Josh Wink, Pachanga Boys and Gui Boratto.
The Dutch producer will play a three-hour set on June 13th.
Pressure Suit will release the deep house classicist's next full-length in July.
Out next month, the unmixed release will feature fresh music from Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers and Chez Damier.
Stroboscopic Artefacts also has an event scheduled at the club in June.
The second edition of the one-day Alkmaar event hits De Hoornse Vaart on August 8th.
Tim Keiling has prepped The Attendants for a July release.
Thursday, 28 May 2015 /
A new party series celebrating the art of the extended set will begin at Ancient World this month.
The jazz quartet will release their first album in June.
Magda and Carlos Souffront are also on the bill for July's California wilderness festival.
The city-hosted dance party has also confirmed DJ Pierre, Phuture and Marshall Jefferson for this summer's schedule.
Sasha, Jamie xx and Audion are booked to play three outdoor events in Brooklyn this summer.
The US giant has booked Above & Beyond, The Chemical Brothers and nearly a hundred other acts for the annual gathering.
The 12-inch also comes with a new tape from the UK duo themselves.
The event at Copper Mountain in central Colorado has expanded to three days in its second year.
The next edition of the Portuguese festival will kick off in October.
Taxie's Rock Don't Stop / I Think I'm Falling In Love With You will be reissued as a 12-inch.
The UK label will follow up last year's disco retrospective with another selection of rarities.
They'll play live alongside SSPS and a number of locals in Brooklyn early next month.
The French producer will host a label night in Montreuil in June.
The US artist will showcase his new label at Batofar on June 12th.
A range of house and techno selectors are confirmed for slots in the coming weeks.
The Parisian club will host a free festival from July 2nd through 7th.
The Rhode Island artist steps up for the label's next 12-inch.
Token has also enlisted Efdemin and Kangding Ray for new interpretations of Kennedy's "Requiem."
Wednesday, 27 May 2015 /
Bill Kouligas and Varg will also appear at the Santa Ana festival in August.
The Innervisions affiliate has six North American gigs over the next few weeks.
6613, featuring four tracks from the late footwork icon, is due out near the end of June.
The home listening series returns in June with cuts from James Holden, M.A.N.D.Y. and Francesco Tristano.
The Studio Barnhus man will debut on the Scottish label with Radio Koko next month.
The showcases will run across five Fridays in July and August, with Tale Of Us headlining every week.
Super Heavy Solid Waste collects some of the New Jersey duo's more rhythmic recordings from 1983 through 1993.
Nicolas Jaar's label will release an EP from the seven-member, intercontinental project next month.
Spread across seven stages, the festival's designated dance music area will feature performances from more than 200 artists.
This year's theme is "surprise," which means no lineup will be announced for this year's event.
Tuesday, 26 May 2015 /
A new version of the Yellow Magic Orchestra member's 1982 solo album will be available on vinyl soon.
The Smart Bar boss will spin an underground party next weekend.
Dan Lopatin's label has organized a show featuring Thug Entrancer as part of next month's Brooklyn festival.
The Hippie Dance bosses head stateside in late June.
The L.I.E.S. affiliate will play alongside UR's man on the West Coast next month.
The UK duo will play nearly twenty live gigs across the pond in September and October.
Xosar, Svengalisghost and a hefty batch of local DJs have been added to the lineup for this year's event.
The drone metal two-piece have called upon Magma, Julia Holter and Annette Peacock.
JD Twitch has curated the 16-track release, due out in early July.
The two Detroit artists have a joint EP landing on OBONIT in late June.
The leading London arts space has commissioned six contemporary musicians and sound artists to respond to paintings from the collection.
The three-track effort was created by Julien Auger during a residency at Red Bull Studios Paris.
Monday, 25 May 2015 /
The Melbourne weekly will host the Japanese producer's Australian debut this month.
The three-track 12-inch is the Spanish techno artist's first release since his 2014 debut album.
The Amsterdam-based imprint will launch with Human Image in June.
The pair collaborated on a new EP called Trivia, out in June.
Sunday, 24 May 2015 /
Ben Klock and Bicep will also appear at the Caulfield Racecourse on November 15th.
Saturday, 23 May 2015 /
Hanging Out The Birds, which features four new tracks from Jamie Roberts, will drop in June.
Friday, 22 May 2015 /
Zak Khutoretsky will play the Ontario capital next month.
The destructive Netherlands-based producer will play three dates in May and June.
Anthony Parasole, Nicole Moudaber and Victor Calderone are among the artists booked for this season.
TMTT, out in June, sees the duo tackling a more straightforward house sound.
The Afterlife events will happen around Manchester after the main festival concludes on June 6th and 7th.
The Pacha resident will launch a new party concept on the island this summer, held at Destino.
The event, hosted in collaboration with the Bridges For Music charity, will take place at Shoreditch House in London this month.
Berlin Festival, Parklife and Sónar are among the nine dates confirmed.
Two tracks from the Adelaide techno producer's back catalogue will drop on Reflector Records in July.
A wide release of Radio Slave's Clone Wars will kick off the label's year, with material from Spencer Parker and Monty Luke also coming up.
Thursday, 21 May 2015 /
The new EP, out on the enigmatic producer's own imprint, drops in June.
The MoMA PS1's summer party series will begin at the end of June.
Danny Tenaglia and Tiga are also scheduled to play NYC's Standard Hotel nightclub through June.
The rising producers will spin for Paradise & Delivery's party next month.
Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter will head back to Industry City every weekend starting this Sunday.
Wolf + Lamb and Soul Clap will bring their collaborative party to Colonia Roma later this month.
The UK producer will drop his first release of the year in June.
The German producer has issued his first Errorsmith production in over ten years on the experimental label.
Six gigs are the on the schedule for the German DJ.
Stefan Betke will release his first album in eight years in September.
A performance of 1973 LP Outside the Dream Syndicate by Tony Conrad & Faust tops the bill.
The '90s house brand will run ten Saturdays at the venue, with Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak and Todd Terry all onboard.
The picturesque party spot will host five events in as many days in June.
The lineup for second edition of the Portuguese techno event, held in August, is finalised.
Nicolas Jaar, Jeff Mills and QT are among the names confirmed to play the Torino festival's 15th edition.
Loopy will issue the experimental artist's LP, out in June.
The new two-day festival will happen in Leeds this August bank holiday weekend.
Dixon, Âme, Marcus Worgull and Gerd Janson will perform at a 12th century castle in August.
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 /
The Oakland producer will release his first album through Deepblak next month.
The industrial supergroup will release their second LP through Bureau B next week.
The Red Motorbike boss will spin the Midnight Lovers party later this month.
The Downtown LA mainstay has upgraded its sound system for a season of outdoor parties.
Spanning three CDs, Live In South Beach: Bedrock At The Treehouse is due out next month.
The techno trio's next full-length arrives on Dust Science Recordings in August.
Off to Detroit this weekend? Check out our picks for the best of what goes on outside Hart Plaza.
tINI, Jamie Jones and Stacey Pullen will all guest at Marco Carola's Friday night party this year.
We'll take to the Adriatic Sea for a three-hour session on Friday, September 4th.
The Glasgow venue says it has been left "stunned" by the city's decision, and is considering appealing.
The 30-track selection is now available as a free download on SoundCloud.
The Mercury Rising series will run for six weeks this summer at Ibiza Rocks.
The Ghostly International artist will release his second album in August.
The party will run every Wednesday in Ibiza from July 1st through September 23rd.
Presentism will arrive on June 29th via the Dutch label.
The US acts will play alongside Minimum Syndicat and Blocaus affiliate Anetha in a Saint-Denis warehouse at the end of the month.
The Modern Electronic Element Series III is due on the label soon.
Tuesday, 19 May 2015 /
The Scottish producer will release his second album through Donky Pitch in July.
The Kompakt regular will head south ahead of his next album's release.
Lauren Flax and Jubilee will join the lineup at Ladyfag's party in Manhattan this Saturday.
Aurora Halal, Entro Senestre and Frankie Bones are among the artists scheduled for the next few months.
Hashman Deejay and Wolfey will open the party at MIA next week.
You Never Show Your Love also comes with a remix featuring the late DJ Rashad.
Due out next month, Inflatable Hope will be the first solo vinyl release from Chris Jeffs in more than a decade.
The two-part celebration will go down across the August bank holiday weekend.
Steve Rachmad and Adriatique are also billed for the event at Carroponte in June.
The London's festival's After Dark programme will be held at Oval Space, Village Underground, Shapes and The Laundry.
Nearly 40 acts will perform at the marathon fiesta on May 31st.
Jamie Jones and Lee Foss's label has revealed details of its first full-length of 2015.
A new batch of DJs have been added to the Polish festival's bill.
Radion, Cruquiusgilde and a new venue linked to Trouw are on the verge of getting around-the-clock licences.
Monday, 18 May 2015 /
Renowned record collector and Beats In Space artist Tom Noble is behind the new brick and mortar.
The remix collection includes versions from Eric Duncan and Joakim and drops this July.
The Vienna and New York duo will drop their second 12-inch in June.
The groundbreaking bass music label will team up with Reconstrvct for a warehouse party in July.
Bobby Browser, Jupiter Jax and C.L.A.W.S. all appear on a roundup celebrating the LA outlet's five-year anniversary.
Metastability is due out this week, and Adam X's label has also revealed details of other upcoming releases.
The new event has booked a number of heavyweights for a two-day session in a limestone quarry this July.
An anonymous complaint has triggered a response from local authorities, leaving the Wedding venue shut until further notice.
Reaktor and Damage Control are teaming up for a night of techno on August 1st.
The three artists will join the likes of Carl Cox and The Chemical Brothers at the festival in Croatia.
The iconic outfit will play cities like Essen, Stuttgart and Frankfurt later this year.
The Dutch party's vinyl outlet will launch with an EP from resident JP Enfant.
The lineups are in for the daytime party series, which kicks off on June 6th.
Sunday, 17 May 2015 /
The Pender Street Stepper will follow up last year's MH007 with a two-tracker next month.
Saturday, 16 May 2015 /
Walberswick will land on Canadian label More Than Human next week.
Friday, 15 May 2015 /
The Chicago expat will play four gigs around the time of his debut LP's release.
The new party series will team up with Public Works for three consecutive weekends, starting in late May.
The bar will open to the public this weekend, roughly five months after it was shut down by the city.
The Avian boss will mount a lengthy live and DJ tour in late May and June.
The Vancouver producer will release his Smoke Tape in late June.
Carlos Souffront, Erika, Bryan Kasenic and John Elliott will play the two-room, Movement-weekend bash.
The venue is no longer allowed to stay open past midnight.
Hivern Discs will host the pair's first full-length, Two Pole Resonance.
The MoroderNova will come out in a limited run of 500.
Kölsch, Recondite and Jeff Mills are among the other acts for the July festival in Carpentras.
Thursday, 14 May 2015 /
Daniel Wang will also guest at Andee Frost's long-running Melbourne weekly this month.
The Melbourne crew will celebrate their birthday in June, with Toddla T and Beat Spacek also billed.
The Metro Area man worked with Jessy Lanza on a new EP, out next month.
Kim Ann Foxman will headline the D.C. club's tribute to the Paradise Garage in June.
The label family will make seven stops across the US in summer and early fall.
Dubkasm, Gorgon Sound and DJ Madd will get out their dubplates for a gig at Paper Box later this month.
David Moufang will helm a Hudson River cruise courtesy of Sublimate later this month.
His new album 7 samples Luther Vandross and Jefferson Airplane, and is due in early August.
The Madrid outfit will celebrate with eight events in June.
The Detroit artist will follow up his lauded CD-DVD set from 2004 this September.
Young Marco, patten and Mehmet Aslan will all perform at the intimate French festival this summer.
Levon Vincent, DVS1 and François K are among the 40 acts confirmed for Tuesdays at Sankeys' White Isle branch.
Wednesday, 13 May 2015 /
The seminal Chicago house group's sole album will be reissued by Alleviated.
The double-sider of unheard material drops via Editions Gravats this month.
The Berlin-based DJ is back in the US with two gigs planned for this weekend.
The techno legend will play four gigs around the east coast this month, starting in Chicago Thursday night.
The popular producers have released a ten-track download as a thank you to their fans.
The label's first release of 2015 is due out near the end of the month.
The Giegling and Delsin affiliate—and this week's RA podcaster—will play four East Coast gigs this week for his debut US tour.
The cutting-edge Brooklyn label will take over Palisades this Saturday.
The Detroit don will kick off a new party in the borough's Bed-Stuy neighborhood later this month.
New Shapes In The Air will land on June 15th.
The boutique operation sees the pair provide distribution and management.
The producer-and-vocalist duo have signed to !K7, with an album on the way.
Flying Circus, Fuse London and Trust will also present shows at the ZT Hotel Villa Olimpica next month.
The group, which now counts Tony Allen as a member, will release its latest LP in June.
Infrastructure New York will release the trio's third collaborative 12-inch, due out in June.
Tuesday, 12 May 2015 /
Gilles Peterson, Henrik Schwarz and Steve Bug are among the names confirmed for an anniversary tour.
The UK house producer has announced details of his debut full-length, due out on Crosstown Rebels in June.
Time Will Tell is due out on 30drop Records this June.
Bob Moses, Roy Ayers and Pete Tong are among the artists scheduled for the next few months.
Dheepan will premiere at Cannes Film Festival later this month.
The first of four ://about blank dates takes place this Wednesday.
The speakers, panels and parties have been revealed for the island conference's eighth edition.
Soul Capsule and Isolee also feature on the bill for the free event at Studio 338.
DJ Pete, Mark Ernestus, Head High, Finn Johannsen and more will head to an open-air spot in Schönefeld for the next two-day event.
The party will run every Wednesday from June 3rd through September 30th.
The enigmatic French artist has a couple of new records on the way, including a reissue of his most famous tune.
Monday, 11 May 2015 /
The EP, out in June, features tracks from Moiré and newcomer Disguise.
The California promoters have their hand in four shows over the next two months.
The Detroit veteran will head south for a Sonido event this weekend.
The California gathering will take place for the first time in September, featuring stages by Awakenings and Paradise.
Earthly's new LP, out in July, will be the Alabama label's first foray into the world of wax.
Distal's label will release the UK producer's third album in July.
The experimental pair will be joined by Objekt, Powell, Russell Haswell and Rob Hall at Electric Brixton on November 21st.
The soundtrack will see release via Erased Tapes in June.
The two-disc release—part album, part mix CD—is due out on Moda Black in July.
Sunday, 10 May 2015 /
The Italian label will release his Cassandra 12-inch later this month.
Saturday, 09 May 2015 /
The American techno producer will release his LP on Broken20 in June.
Friday, 08 May 2015 /
Tone Of Arc is also on the bill for May's outdoor gathering.
Dais Records will repackage the group's 1983 album later this month.
The four-day festival will also bring Omar Souleyman to Halifax later this month.
The two Dance Mania stars will go toe-to-toe at Good Life for Shake! later this month.
The Montreal nightclub will also host Lee Burridge and Robert Dietz later this year.
He'll perform at Le Poisson Rouge later this month, in addition to three other US and Canada dates later on.
Seth Troxler and Maceo Plex are among the other acts on the June bill.
The Australian producer returns to the Munich-based label with a synthy two-tracker, out this month.
The hardcover book details the history of 23 of the company's classic synths and drum machines, with insight from artists like Jeff Mills and Legowelt.
The super-club will host non-stop parties from June 17th through 21st.
Mano Le Tough, Henrik Schwarz and Recondite will also play the Irish festival in June.
Thursday, 07 May 2015 /
Shipwrec will release the Seattle producer's first album since 2002 in June.
The synth pop artist has announced a new single out later this month.
Evian Christ and Joy Orbison are also on the bill for August's event.
The festival will return to Seattle for its fifth and final year with sets from Lubomyr Melnyk and Arovane.
The UK edit boss hits the states at the end of the month.
The Dirtybird producer will travel through the world in support of his new LP, starting tonight in Victoria, BC.
The RVRE CVNDY crew will host Brick Bandits DJs in New York this Sunday.
The North Carolina artist's hip-hop-influenced Reducer is out soon.
After Tuesday's name change, the SoundCloud account that formerly held a goldmine of early Aphex tunes has been emptied.
We speak to the Found directors about this year's edition in Finsbury Park.
Next month's Las Vegas massive also includes the usual trance and EDM suspects.
The next instalment of the Lisbon-focused series features DJ Lilocox, Nidia Minaj and DJ Firmeza.
This year's edition of the leftfield festival takes place over one week in Tilburg.
Head High, Dasha Rush and Santigold have also been added to the July festival's bill.
The Workshop boss has prepped a three-tracker for the Acid Test sublabel, out soon.
The French producer will celebrate the release of his triple-vinyl LP next week.
The Spanish festival, formerly known as Monegros, has been pulled for the first time in 20 years.
Peter Gordon will direct and play in a series of nine shows in May and June.
The first of three nights curated by the pair in 2015 takes place this Friday, May 8th.
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 /
The new weekly Saturday will feature Amir Alexander, Ben Fester and Dan White in its first month.
The album is due out in early July on Text Records.
The Lyon rooftop venue will pay tribute to the French scene every Friday this summer.
Nite-Glo is due out in June—stream first track "Sudden" now.
The first names are in for the Barcelona party's second season at Space.
Robag Wruhme and Dyed Soundorom are among the other acts that have been added to the September event.
The two DJs will headline the Nashville party in the coming weeks.
The run of records will see individual artist EPs paired together on the same piece of vinyl.
Espais, the Michigan producer's tenth album, is out in June.
The new trade association says it aims to be "the voice of the night time industries."
The poolside party returns with five dates in June, including Ellum Audio, Mobilee and Next Wave takeovers.
Kevin Palmer and Gary James Geiler have released their first collaborative 12-inch through Seagrave.
Tuesday, 05 May 2015 /
Brian d'Souza will return south this month for two weekends of gigs.
Two separate parties will be held by local crews Strange Fruit and The Operatives this weekend.
The handful of new tracks also come with a name change from user48736353001 to 8user48736353001.
Oliver Ho's Broken English Club and a new alias from The Hacker feature on the first EP, due out in late June.
The two Swedes will bring their live techno to Brooklyn for a loft party later this month.
It'll be live sets all night at this Saturday event in Detroit.
The German techno head has scheduled a handful of stateside gigs starting in May.
The footworker's next LP will come through Planet Mu in June.
Faki channeled his contented feelings after a Sunday set at Berghain into his upcoming three-track EP.
Two remix EPs of the Manchester duo's Cosmic Microwave Background album are out this June.
Tony Allen, Romare, Genius Of Time and Syracuse are all billed for the September event.
The flamboyant party will hit six cities in nine days in June, with Dimitri From Paris, Ms. Dynamite and Booka Shade all featuring.
Ludovic Navarre will release his third full-length this October—listen to new single "Real Blues" now.
Marco Carola, Eats Everything and Sasha will all join the island icon at his 12-week summer residency.
The LP, due out in June, is the result of Luke Younger's exploration of "loop-based industrial music, dub techno and Balearic disco."
After collecting playlist data to submit to GEMA at last month's PollerWiesen event in Cologne, the project will head to Nachtdigital later this summer.
Tom Jenkinson has shows lined up in Japan, South Korea, China and Australia this month.
Monday, 04 May 2015 /
Chantepleure is due out later this month.
The event later this month will mark the label's 17th record, a split between Khotin and Dan White.
The 100 12-inch, which comes via Turbo, is the first of two collaborative releases from the dance music titans.
They'll play a number of cities for the first time ever, while skipping major hubs like NYC and LA.
The Russian vocalist and multi-instrumentalist plans to release a string of singles, beginning with "Power Of The Funk" this month.
Superpoze, Breakbot and Djebali are also confirmed for the Avignon three-dayer.
The 62-minute piece Nationalpark was composed to celebrate the opening of Germany's new Hunsrück-Hochwald park.
Saturday, 02 May 2015 /
Another batch of recordings have been posted by user48736353001.
Friday, 01 May 2015 /
PC Music Volume 1 collects ten highlights from the label's run thus far.
The Poker Flat boss will return to Australia in May for a brief tour.
The Chicago selector will make his Canadian debut later this month.
The German producer will play solo and with Jonah Sharp as Reagenz this May.
The experimental festival has announced two days of programming at the Columbia City Theater in July.
The new party from the promoter behind Sacred Grounds will make its debut in June.
The Irish DJ will hit the US and Canada for nine dates, with The Drifter joining him for a few.
This summer they'll host a gig at their Catskills record shop and their first-ever cruise on the East River.
The new Chicago festival, also featuring Cashmere Cat and James Murphy, will launch this July.
The Horsedreamer project will release its first EP later this month.
The Lust For Youth member will issue another collaborative full-length later this month.
The unlikely duo will make their UK debut at the club on May 24th.
The German pianist will join ambient duo A Winged Victory For The Sullen at London's Royal Albert Hall in August.
Enzo Siragusa et al. have five events in the pipeline for this season, including three on the Space Terrace.
The Ukrainian's next record is a bluesy homage to the late frontman of The Doors.
Six artists have joined the bill for the Italian experimental festival in June.
Steve Lawler and the gang return to Sundays at the superclub, running for 19 weeks from May 31st.