Wednesday, 24 May 2017 /
The LP is a mixture of rare and unreleased material from the late Icelandic producer.
Its first release is an EP featuring a solo track from the label boss and collaborations with Jamie Principle and Clarian.
The first five records in the ten-part series are out now.
The party's 'closing ceremony' will happen on August 20th at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford.
The 27-track mix is out in July.
Leo Leal is also on board as we return to The Void stage.
Isbethelo seGqom is out next month.
This year's edition of the Bristol event will go down in October.
The Keinemusik co-founder's first solo record for Dixon and Âme's label is about to arrive.
The London experimental artist's first LP came out today.
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 /
A new LP from the Japanese producer lands in July.
Fuse's new venture will take place under a motorway on the outskirts of Brussels in July.
An eight-channel Stockhausen composition is planned for the experimental festival's opening night.
After initially resisting calls for change, Van Buuren's team say they're removing the logo from their branding.
The theatre, home to the District 8 nightclub, has avoided redevelopment after local authorities cited a breach in height guidelines.
Aphex Twin, Drexciya, Gesloten Cirkel and Silent Servant all feature in the Detroit artist's mix.
The record shop will close this weekend and reopen in late June.
All three change hands for considerable sums on the second-hand market.
Monday, 22 May 2017 /
Out now, it includes eight tracks that are under 20 seconds each, and six that are normal length.
Bézier, Lena Willikens and Shoc Corridor also factor into the label's nine-year anniversary plans.
The Giegling affiliate's third full-length arrives in early June.
The online vinyl community will launch its own festival, with part of the lineup voted on by crowdfunders.
The stream will run from May 26th through June 23rd.
The Asking Breath Comes To Each is out on Candela Rising at the end of next month.
The Swedish techno outfit will kick off the label with a four-track EP.
"There's no excuse for this," Underground Resistance label manger Cornelius Harris told RA.
Sunday, 21 May 2017 /
Boris Bunnik will release a second LP from his electro-leaning project on Djak-Up-Bitch (DUB).
Saturday, 20 May 2017 /
The first SHIFT LTD EP comes out next month.
Friday, 19 May 2017 /
His track "Man" also won Best Contemporary Song.
Get ready for one of the year's biggest techno gatherings.
"It's better to jump than be pushed," the 22-year-old club and gig venue said in a statement condemning a lack of local authority support.
Each of the shows at OGR Torino in November will focus on a different album.
The two-tracker is available now digitally, with the 10-inch vinyl to follow on May 26th.
Ricardo Villalobos, Zip and DBX are among the acts billed for the August session.
The house and techno party will return to Amnesia across 16 weeks, running on Wednesdays.
Thursday, 18 May 2017 /
It's out via Elektro Music Department next week.
It's out now on tape and digital, with a vinyl LP through Pacific Rhythm coming soon.
As usual, the outdoor New York party series will go down on Saturday afternoons starting in July.
The record includes tracks by Bjarki and Exos's father, Octal.
The Fusionbox combines two bucket brigade delay chips with tube overdrive.
Tracks by The Durutti Column, Blue Gas and Vangelis feature on the 17-track set, out next month.
dBridge and Konrad Black have remixed Jonson's 2004 track "Decompression."
Raica, Baltra and You're Me contribute to the triple-cassette set, which supports the LGBTQ Center of Durham.
Spotify's Troy Carter also says giving customer information to artists is a way of "investing in artist's careers."
After breaking their years-long hiatus in December, the DJ duo of Robag Wruhme and Monkey Maffia will perform at Awakenings, Nachtdigital and more this summer.
The industry gathering will move to DeLaMar Theater while its home of 16 years is renovated.
The SUBSEQUENT 37 CV is limited to 2000 units.
The self-titled record originally came out in 1996.
Wednesday, 17 May 2017 /
Great Many Arrows is due out in late June.
The Wrong Side is out in June.
Wen, Visionist and Kutmah are also booked in for releases.
"The story that I was trying to tell here has been told," wrote the publicity-shy producer on SoundCloud earlier today.
Zip, Sammy Dee, Ricardo Villalobos and Margaret Dygas all contribute music to the quadruple-vinyl package, out in June.
The two-day event will take place at a TBA venue in August.
Heiko Schäfer was a key figure in the city's house and techno scene.
Organisers of the revered event will sell "considerably fewer tickets" in order to create a more "intimate experience."
The US artist's first LP since 2014 lands in June.
Realm Of Consciousness Pt.II is out in June.
Lolita appeared on Bandcamp today.
The trio's latest collaboration is available now.
The Saint Petersburg act's next album, Labyrinth, is out in June.
Interpolation Tapes unearths music from the '90s, with the first CD due out later this month.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 /
More than 50 students say the school never held the classes they paid for.
The free workshops, which take place around Movement week, are now open for registration.
The LP, out in July, features a collaboration with Kuedo.
The OST also includes a collaboration between the US producer and Iggy Pop.
Masters At Work, DJ Harvey and KiNK are among the acts who will play the Wednesday night party in 2017.
The triple vinyl and double CD compilation features music from Aphex Twin, Boards Of Canada, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and classical compositions from Bach, Rachmaninoff and Handel.
The Croatian festival has outlined details of more than 40 voyages.
The inaugural edition of The Vinyl Festival will take place in September.
The label's tenth year gets underway with a four-track record from the Bristol artist.
Monday, 15 May 2017 /
The UK DJ comes up with four different versions of the Swiss duo's track.
"We fought hard for six long years to do something really special, but when the city you're in makes you feel unwelcome after so much sacrifice, it's time to move on."
The 45-track set of new and old material also features cuts from Kai Alcé, Russ Gabriel and Tyree Cooper.
The collection highlights the band's pioneering work from 1980 through 1982.
Germany's Fraunhofer Institute For Integrated Circuits has terminated its licensing programme for "certain mp3-related patents" after two decades.
Included in the programme for the June get-together is a club night featuring sets from Underground Resistance, DJ Skurge and Mike Huckaby.
The LP will arrive on June 16th.
The outlets will release their first records in the next couple of months.
Sunday, 14 May 2017 /
The Sheffield record label painstakingly re-recorded two 1990 tracks by Detromental.
Saturday, 13 May 2017 /
The French producer's second full-length, coming nearly six years after his first, is out on Mobilee next month.
Friday, 12 May 2017 /
Gilb'R and Gordon Pohl remix the trio's one-off track, Metaclaw.
The French producer will release a 15-track retrospective from his well-loved house project.
It's the latest episode in the debate about whether YouTube is good or bad for artists and labels.
Kornel Kovacs, Jacek Sienkiewicz and Marquis Hawkes feature on the 16-track release, due out in June.
The Berghain resident's "pre-techno" set includes tunes from Cabaret Voltaire, Ministry and Front 242.
They'll be released across seven labels from July through October.
Thursday, 11 May 2017 /
Northern Electronics is also putting out the debut EP from photographer Andreas Lübeck.
The ambient LP is out in July.
From The Heart, It's A Start, A Work Of Art includes material the Japanese producer made 17 years ago.
"End Of Line" and "Acid Roller" are out on limited edition gold vinyl.
The New York producer just posted another seven-track collection to his Bandcamp.
The organisers were yesterday granted their license by Merton Council for the August 5th event.
Dario Argento's horror flick will be reimagined with a new cast, director and soundtrack.
Hybrid: A Decade Of Dubfire [2006-2016] is out on SCI+TEC next month.
Tadd Mullinix will release the third LP from his industrial and EBM-inspired project via Bopside this June.
Wednesday, 10 May 2017 /
Rafael Anton Irisarri and Deru also appear on the first release from new audiovisual label 79Ancestors.
The US producer is winding down one label and starting another called Extrasketch.
Rafael Espinal wants to follow London and Amsterdam in advocating for the city's booming nightlife industry.
The analog-loving artist will debut on Bjarki's imprint in June.
Another nine acts have been confirmed for the Italian experimental festival.
It'll be run by the co-owner of Space Ibiza NY, which is closing this month.
The band will headline the three-day event in July, joined by acts like Floating Points, Call Super and Warpaint.
Zip and Sammy Dee's Berlin institution will take place at the venue for the first time.
Smalltown Supersound is releasing the LP in July.
Listen to the Irishman's first release of 2017 in full before its release this Friday.
The DJ and producer, real name Robert Concina, was known for his trance and downtempo music, including 1995's "Children."
The Metro Area man will put out a second Megaprojects 12-inch in June.
Tuesday, 09 May 2017 /
The Ilian Tape bosses ready their first record together in nearly two years.
The LP is tied to the soundtrack of a documentary about the philosopher Donna Haraway.
Organisers say they cut the event short "out of respect towards the life lost and as a small gesture of support towards his family."
The likes of Ninos Du Brasil, Moxie and Harmonious Thelonious will join acts from all over Africa at the event in Jinja.
It's an expanded, club-ready version of the Radius 2.
The techno producer's new project takes its name from his 2014 album for Our Circula Sound.
Róisín Murphy and Mandy Parnell feature in the panel of judges.
The two UK techno artists have a three-track release coming on Mote-Evolver.
The Icelandic artist will play a four-hour set at the Barcelona festival on Wednesday, June 14th.
Classic music from The Burrell Brothers will be remastered and released in a series of singles.
Monday, 08 May 2017 /
Learning Music is an in-browser tutorial geared towards beginners.
The German producer's first record in two years is out soon.
They say firefighters toured the space after extinguishing a couch fire, then returned for a party the next day.
"The publication is at once an invitation to wake and to sleep," the shop says.
The festival has revealed the lineup for the Glade area, which spans five stages.
The ten-day, 150-person event will launch in September.
Sunday, 07 May 2017 /
The pivotal drum & bass 12-inch will be out in a new edition later this month.
Saturday, 06 May 2017 /
The EBM pioneer will put out Realism on Adam X's label later this month.
Friday, 05 May 2017 /
Solomun, Ben Klock and Recondite will also head to Thessaloniki, Greece, this September.
25 festivals will shut down their sites on Monday to raise awareness about sexual assault.
The LP, out in June, will be followed by a 12-inch featuring remixes from Ricardo Villalobos and Burnt Friedman.
Chris Mercer has returned to the UK to continue treatment after he was admitted to hospital in the US last month.
Thursday, 04 May 2017 /
Hood's Spectral Nomad EP, released under the alias The Vision, will be available for the first time since 1996.
The long-running internet radio station will also air on 99.1 FM in the Los Angeles area.
The Mood Hut member's latest comes through a new label called Counter 99.
The release date was pushed back a year from when it was originally announced.
"Call The Police" and "American Dream" are from the group's upcoming reunion album, which frontman James Murphy says is "seriously almost done."
Planetary Assault Systems and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith are also confirmed for the three-day Helsinki event.
The Digbeth space, which opened The Rainbow Venues complex in 2004, will shutter at the end of May.
Joseph Capriati, John Talabot and Mind Against will also play the Sunday party this summer.
22a, Tief, Secretsundaze and YAM Records are all getting involved, with Nick The Record stopping by to DJ.
Elysium, which continues the German artist's return to the spotlight, is out this month.
Wednesday, 03 May 2017 /
Danny Daze and Red Axes also provide versions of material off the Mexican producer's 2016 LP.
Helmut Josef Geier's first full-length in eight years is due out this month.
The first release, Cymatic Ring, is a four-track EP from Elian.
The German label has announced an internal reorganisation and its next steps, including a reissue of Alva Noto's entire catalogue via Noton.
The new space will launch on May 5th, with in-store sets from Beneath, Carla Dal Forno and Raime.
The streaming giant acquired Mediachain Labs last week.
The nine-track album is out later this May.
Andy Stott, Mala and Parris Mitchell will also head to Fort Punta Christo for this year's edition.
Dr Rubinstein, Call Super and DJ Stingray will all join us in Marrakech this September.
The German festival is celebrating its two-decade milestone this August.
DJ Nobu, Veronica Vasicka and Mr. Ties are among the guests next month.
The 12-inch by the duo, better known as Alter Ego, is coming back out on wax.
The Kings Cross venue will be seeking a new home after 18 months on Darlinghurst Road.
Tuesday, 02 May 2017 /
Chrome Plated Diamonds will serve as a home for the Hamburg producer's ambient and experimental material.
Polar Inertia, Max Cooper and Helm have also been added to the August event.
OKNOTOK celebrates the original version's 20th anniversary.
The Munich producer steps away from club music in favor of synth-focused ambient sounds.
After a record from Lucy, the new label turns to a Berlin-based artist whose real identity is being kept under wraps.
Ø [Phase] has also contributed to the Dystopian release, which arrives later this month.
Claude Von Stroke, Apollonia and Miss Kittin have also been confirmed for Fridays at Amnesia.
The pair's minimal synth tune is out soon on Oliver Ho's Death & Leisure label.
Bisky's new artwork is called Vertigo, and takes the place of Piotr Nathan's Rituals Of Disappearance.
Produced With Love has three tracks featuring vocals from the late singer Diane Charlemagne.
It's out on Where To Now? later this month.
Monday, 01 May 2017 /
The Frankfurt label's next annual compilation lands in June.
It's the group's first since becoming a duo.
The book of arrangements—called 34 Scores for Piano, Organ, Harpsichord and Celeste—will be available in June.
It's the second-highest honor that an artist can receive for enriching French culture.