Thursday, 22 Mar 2018 /
The German deep house producer's third LP, due out on Wolf Music in May, includes forays into jungle and drum & bass.
The single, called Momentum, is due out on Planet E in April.
It's out on L.A. Club Resource on March 30th.
The title track was recorded live in Detroit.
Auf Wiedersehen is the eighth release on Edurne and Nicolas Lutz's label.
Gerd Janson and Ellen Allien have also put their stamp on tracks from the group's Love What Survives LP.
The Leipzig label also has a European tour planned, with stops in Prague, Bucharest and Berlin.
The album documents the project's transformation into a live act and features edits by Low Jack.
We're once again hosting an outdoor space at the summertime Helsinki event, with Helena Hauff, Egyptian Lover and Moodymann also confirmed.
Wednesday, 21 Mar 2018 /
The company's head of music Lyor Cohen says the shift will make it a better partner to the recording industry.
The Selected Works double-pack, which highlights a project from Mitar Subotić, is due out in May.
Described as a 'natural evolution' from Williams' Yussef Kamaal project, it comes out on his Black Focus Records label in May.
The 2018 version is called Acid Acid Acid, and it comes with three unheard tracks.
The venue will refund the £24,076 raised from its campaign fighting closure.
A Kelly Lee Owens rework completes the release, which is available now digitally.
Tuesday, 20 Mar 2018 /
Wherever You Go, I Will Follow is out this week on Boomkat Editions.
Early 2018 also sees records from Mix-O-Rap and Fleet Dreams out on the Washington, D.C. label.
It's coming out on his own Ternesc label in June.
!7K, the new label from !K7, is handling the release, which is out in May.
The Croatian festival's vinyl wing kicks off in May with an EP from a longtime favorite.
Monday, 19 Mar 2018 /
The Utopia Records sub-label will release the 1989 album Otra Rumorosa Superficie on vinyl for the first time.
The report highlights rising drug deaths in the UK since 2010 as it recommends the introduction of drug safety testing and an independent drug information campaign.
It's the UK producer's first LP since Token put out Vaudeville nearly four years ago.
After last year's Narkopop, the first Gas LP since 2000, the legendary ambient techno project returns in May.
The eight-track LP is out on Max D's label this May.
The two-track 12-inch is out April 24th.
The monthly Friday night will see acts like Pan Daijing and Giant Swan perform in the coming weeks.
The LP arrives on Vera and Alexandra's label on March 26th.
Sunday, 18 Mar 2018 /
The annual Craigie Knowes compilation benefits War Child, a charity aiding children caught up in global conflict.
Friday, 16 Mar 2018 /
The series, previously a hit in Belgium, is streaming on Netflix now.
"My decision to play less at the club revolves around my life outside of fabric," says the London club's longstanding DJ.
His eighth full-length lands in May.
They're both available on Hard Wax.
Antal & Hunee, Octo Octa and JD Twitch are among the final names announced for the Izu festival next month.
Thursday, 15 Mar 2018 /
The streaming giant's 'Investor Day' revealed details on the company's April 3rd direct listing.
As usual with his mysterious uploads, the title and artist name are written in unpronounceable symbols.
Sulta Selects Vol. 3 is out now.
The New York producer will release her first LP, Sanguine Bond, in May.
The label says the 36-track set is "as much a production as a DJ mix."
The producer will also release an album on Flying Lotus's label later this year.
Damian Lazarus, Blond:ish and Audiofly have been locked in for the daylong event on Saturday the 16th.
The UK producer's fourth full-length is out in late April.
Radio Slave's label has revealed initial details for six upcoming releases.
Wednesday, 14 Mar 2018 /
The Brainfeeder boss has posted a trove of new material to his SoundCloud.
The Lolina release is out on the former Hype Williams member's Bandcamp today.
Marvin Ramalepe was a key figure in his home country's Bacardi house scene.
Dr. Rubinstein, Resom, Sandrien, Barnt and more will play the extended session at the end of April.
NSynth was built by the tech giant's Magenta research group.
Resident Advisor will host Hunee, Josey Rebelle and Gideön on Saturday, June 30th.
The trio's first LPs in nearly three years will get a simultaneous release in May.
DJ Koze, Peggy Gou, Honey Dijon and Larry Heard are among the artists heading to Fellah Hotel in Marrakech.
Frankie Knuckles' 'Baby Wants To Ride' and Marshall Jefferson's 'Move Your Body' will be available individually and as a part of a set from reissue label Get On Down.
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2018 /
It starts with a release from the artist herself—an original soundtrack for a Harry Everett Smith silent film—due out next week.
The nine-LP package collects music composed to accompany various art and film projects.
The outlet is a collaboration between Planet E and !K7.
The party will run across nine weeks at the mammoth club.
Tracks by Pinch, Jon Hester and Joel Mull feature on the 22-track set, due out next month.
James Grant & Jody Wisternoff, 16 Bit Lolitas, Moon Boots and others are booked for the event in August.
Demdike Stare, Burnt Friedman, Objekt and Nina are all locked in for the three-day festival in August.
It's out at the end of next month.
Monday, 12 Mar 2018 /
Shifted and Endian found the unreleased music on an old hard drive.
The American harpist will release her next LP in May.
Gypsophila is scheduled for April release.
Lenny and Lawrence Burden will release their next LP on April 27th.
The new feature appears to be in the early testing stage.
Sunday, 11 Mar 2018 /
Belgian label WéMè Records will put out the triple LP in April.
Saturday, 10 Mar 2018 /
Never Forget Us, a rare vinyl release for Van Wey's house-leaning project, is out on A Strangely Isolated Place next month.
Friday, 09 Mar 2018 /
For her fourth LP, the experimental producer draws on the Andean music of Peru and Bolivia.
The island mainstay will run every Sunday from June 24th through September 2nd.
Thursday, 08 Mar 2018 /
Marc Romboy, Aera and Nitam are among the artists featured on the DJ-oriented package.
It's a recording from his live set at the Hospital 20th birthday in New York City.
The count rose from 70 to 133 in a year according to statistics.
The Oregon musician's first album since 2014 sees her back on Kranky.
The new team will throw a launch party this Friday, March 9th.
It's due out via Hypercolour in late April.
Wednesday, 07 Mar 2018 /
The techno veteran says he's behind an alias that started in 2010.
Mayor De Blasio announced the appointment of Ariel Palitz, a 47-year-old nightlife professional and former community board member.
The duo will release their first LP in May.
Tim Hecker, Equiknoxx and Telefon Tel Aviv are among those booked for MUTEK's first US edition in May.
Paul Epworth, Katie Gately, Clams Casino and mmph have all contributed to the experimental vocalist's LP, out June.
The weekly title is going online-only.
LOFT, Acre and more will play the gallery's Nash & Brandon Rooms on Saturday, March 24th.
The 30-track set, which also includes music from Bill Converse and Drab Majesty, is out this Friday.
The six-tracker pays respect to Roland founder and engineer Ikutaro Kakehashi.
Due out in May on the duo's Heist label, it's preceded by a single featuring two Pépé Bradock remixes.
The party arm of the project has also confirmed four European dates, starting in April at Berghain.
The techno artist also has a new live show in the works.
Gigi Masin and Dark Entries' Josh Cheon are also on the bill.
Tuesday, 06 Mar 2018 /
Sushitech is putting out three records worth of reworks in early April.
Alex Suarez's Autogolpe LP follows releases for BANK Records, Ascetic House and Unknown Precept.
A special Record Store Day 12-inch also features former Haçienda residents Mike Pickering and Graeme Park's first joint remix in 25 years.
It's due out in May on Domino.
The iconic trance and EDM party launched at the San Rafael super club in 1995.
The five-track EP, which features a remix from Gage, is out later this month.
Reflective Ventures is behind the cash injection.
Tzusing, Ciel, Anthony Parasole and more appear on the album, with all proceeds going towards Brooklyn Community Bail Fund.
It's the successor to the much-loved Braids module.
It's located in a building near the city's central train station.
Oscar Mulero, Dax J and Fatima Yamaha are locked in for the August weekender.
The French producer will release the LP on his new label, Negentropy.
Antenes, Jane Fitz and Vladimir Ivkovic will play the tenth edition of the camping event in July.
IMF10 features exclusive tunes from the likes of Shed, Luke Slater, Peter Van Hoesen, Redshape and Fengler.
Sade's first new track in seven years was produced by No I.D.
Monday, 05 Mar 2018 /
Mike Pendegast is putting together a book of flyers he kept from his rave days.
Klein, Sporting Life and Embaci are among the artists featured in the upcoming trilogy.
SW37, originally an anonymous slab of wax, is being reissued next month on Damon Wild's label.
Stones Throw boss Peanut Butter Wolf has also been added to the Lisbon festival.
The project now includes Traxx, Beau Wanzer and Steve Summers.
The house music pioneer is also taking part in a conference programme featuring Bicep and KiNK.
Care To Destroy is out this month.
It's out this month for $699.
Friday, 02 Mar 2018 /
The two-track record is out at the end of this month on a new label called Pressure.
The grime innovator collected the medal of recognition from Prince William.
The 2018 edition, called (Re)Subliminal, includes extended edits by crate-digging label boss Chee Shimizu.
The pair made the LP together in Detroit last year.
DCXXXIX A.C. gets a digital release today, accompanied by an hour-long film from the artist himself.
Thursday, 01 Mar 2018 /
The Swedish label will repress and remaster tunes from its back catalogue.
The venue is expected to close after the site is sold later this month.
Their first record, which also features Organ Tapes, is out today.
Derrick Carter, Honey Dijon and Mafalda are among the acts heading to Peckham Rye Park.
The two-track EP is the first in a new series called Blue Labels. It's out March 9th.
The label's five-year anniversary celebrations also include new releases, parties and a podcast.
The third edition in the series features new play/pause and cue buttons, plus new looping controls.
The unknown author is described by the publisher as a "globally recognised DJ."
Image Certifies is out in late April.
The US producer's next release, made up of "songs written and destroyed," is out in April on Brunette Editions.