Thursday, 31 May 2018 /
The 12-track score is out on Viewlexx in July.
The UK producer and Bleep43 cofounder is back on Shipwrec for his first LP in four years.
Actress, Veronica Vasicka, Lucretia Dalt and Kolorit, AKA Lowtec and Kassem Mosse, are also billed for the August event.
Watch the new video for the record's lead single, "Humility," which features George Benson and stars Jack Black.
The 12-inch will come out on Rekids this July.
He also has EPs from Orbe and Vectorvision in the pipeline.
June headliners for the new "shelter" feature Oliver Hafenbauer, Gonno, Haruka and Bell Towers.
The Romanian trio will be joined at the seaside venue by Dan Andrei and Kozo on Thursday the 14th.
Wednesday, 30 May 2018 /
Electric Shades, a 12-track effort from the Spanish techno artist and longtime Token affiliate, is out in June.
The record is part of the same collaboration as the duo's 2015 LP.
"We have developed policies specifically to help tackle videos related to knife crime in the UK," YouTube said.
He'll be joined by a TBA guest on November 1st.
The Japanese vibraphonist's next solo LP will be released in July, coinciding with a reissue of his 2013 debut album.
Gerald Donald has two tracks on Phases, a split EP coming out on 30drop Records in June.
The final two events of the three-part series, called I Want To Like You But I Find It Difficult, feature Tony Allen, Midori Takada, Mulatu Astatke and more.
Tuesday, 29 May 2018 /
The seven-track, double-vinyl release is due out in July.
The Brooklyn trio's fourth album will come out this July.
All but one of the tracks from the bassline and garage artist's mix is an unreleased exclusive.
The current heatwave in and around Berlin left the team with no choice but to cancel next weekend's event.
The 13-track collection is "not an album," says the Teklife footwork artist.
Friends of the late DJ mourned his passing on social media.
Monday, 28 May 2018 /
Approximately 20,000 people, including members of the Berlin club community, gathered on Sunday for counter-demonstrations.
Sunday, 27 May 2018 /
The third LP, self-titled like Neek and Amos Childs' previous two for the label, lands in June.
Saturday, 26 May 2018 /
Due out in July, it's the Toronto producer's first vinyl LP.
Friday, 25 May 2018 /
Sick Parrots will come out in June on the French producer's own Super 95 label.
The four DJs have posted flyers with the name of Los Santos, the game's version of Los Angeles, and the words Summer 2018.
The techno duo will release Chase Sequences on their new label, Obscurity Is Infinite, in June.
Frank Ocean and Ms. Lauryn Hill feature on "Purity," one of the tracks Blunt produced.
The wide-ranging report, which summarises consumer trends, growth forecasts and sales data, shows a modest two per cent dip in the monetary value of the industry overall.
Thursday, 24 May 2018 /
It's a collaboration with Mount Kimbie's Dom Maker.
The Harsh Riddims founder named the record after an popular Atlanta skate spot.
Based on his track "Valentina," the extended piece serves as the score for the 18-minute film.
The Swedish artist's four-track 12-inch is due out in June.
The continuous 60-hour festival takes place on a campsite in Kraggenburg.
The UK producer's first album in four years will arrive via Big Dada.
Volvox and DJ Storm will also play at the weekender's second edition.
Hosono House, Paraiso, Cochin Moon, Philharmony & Omni Sight Seeing will get their first release outside of Japan.
The Mexican experimental producer is back with a record of "sprawling, textured techno."
Wednesday, 23 May 2018 /
Dopplereffekt, Kuniyuki and Veronica Vasicka will also play the six-floor party run by Picnic at the Kings Cross Hotel in July.
In a speech at the International Music Summit in Ibiza, Tong wondered if it's time to establish a "support group" for the industry.
Detroit's long-running electronic music festival takes over the Motor City this weekend.
The award recognizes the "exceptional achievement" and "outstanding leadership" of its recipients.
The outdoor New York party series will go down on Saturday afternoons starting in June.
Universalist is out on July 13th via the Canadian's Halocline Trance label.
Earlier this week, the Tbilisi club's founders told RA about their experience in the police raids and how the government held the club "hostage."
The super club has revealed its full Monday night schedule, with Helena Hauff, Nina Kraviz and Zip also locked in.
The group's second album is due out through Crosstown Rebels in July.
The box set features 21 exclusive tunes from Josh Wink, Robert Babicz, Paco Osuna and more.
The Japanese producer's latest project is also his Field Records debut.
Tuesday, 22 May 2018 /
The Canadian experimentalist will also release a new full-length on Kranky this year.
The LP is the band's first since the '90s.
The New York DJ will mark ten years since the famed venue's closure with a set at Contact this June.
The Suma Beach festival follows up its inaugural edition the weekend of July 20th.
The LP was made with an array of vintage synths and incorporates feedback from visitors.
The pioneering Norwegian producer's next record will be released by Smalltown Supersound.
We'll be taking over one of the Croatian festival's more than 40 ships setting sail on the Adriatic Sea this September.
The four-day festival, which takes place by the source of the Nile, features more than 300 acts from 30 countries.
The LP will be Verdicchio Music Publishing's first record, out next month.
Harpoon Harry, Freda's and Cake Wines Cellar Door are among the venues hosting dozens of parties between May 25th and June 16th.
Monday, 21 May 2018 /
The club has released a statement apologizing for any offense and contesting the shutdown.
The hour-long LP features outtakes from Jewel's last album, Windswept.
Floorplan, Palms Trax and Jon Hopkins will headline the festival this year.
The South Coast dance music community hub will say goodbye with 13 parties.
Sunday, 20 May 2018 /
A donation fund for the nightclub, which has been closed since last weekend's raids, has been set up for "a legal battle and stop the state oppression."
Saturday, 19 May 2018 /
It's the third name-your-price set of ambient-leaning tracks that Roger Semsroth has posted over the past two months.
Friday, 18 May 2018 /
It's the second various artists record from fledgling French label Lowlife Cartel.
Dozens of clubs and parties will come together to disrupt the May 27th rally, which is run by the German political party AfD.
Thursday, 17 May 2018 /
The UK house duo has released a nine-minute cut featuring Malian musician Fatoumata Diawara.
DDS released the limited cassette, The Feed-Back Loop, today.
The South African artist's 1991 LP will hit the market again on June 1st.
Transfusión will come out via Isla in July.
The 20-track digital-only LP features vocal tracks and instrumentals.
It's coming to some countries as soon as this Tuesday, May 22nd.
Oliver Deutschmann, Nathan Jonson and The Drifter also appear on the label's first album-length release.
On May 4th, two men in local police uniforms entered the club and ordered the music be turned off, before starting to dance.
The Bristol producer said he "wanted to push my processes further than I ever have done" for his first record on the label.
The Turin event's 18th edition will run from November 1st through 4th.
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 /
Both records come out this summer.
Listen to the first single, "Dagga."
The Swedish producer's next record is out in June.
The eight parties throughout July and August will each have a different global slant, with DJ Nobu, Gilles Peterson and Red Axes among her guests.
The London-based duo has launched a club night, design practice, zine, playlist, radio show and forum under the 555-5555 banner.
The independent Tottenham club, which supports mental health charities, will use a second room and an outdoor space.
Posh Isolation says it marks "the beginning of the end" for the series.
Tuesday, 15 May 2018 /
Session Victim and Rachel Row also provide versions.
The two-disc set features versions of Vicky D, Leroy Burgess and more, along with new Vega originals.
The police-backed pop-up lab tells users what's in their drug and provides 15-minute counselling sessions.
The Croatian event has confirmed more acts for its sixth edition, which kicks off August 19th.
The crew behind the Dalston listening bar team up with the Analogue Foundation for this new space in Hackney Wick.
The second-to-last CD in the beloved series will come out in June.
Monday, 14 May 2018 /
The 5000-capacity inner-city space will launch on September 27th.
The American composer, who was influential in drone and minimalist music, passed away from throat cancer.
The LA duo's third LP comes out this Friday on Loma Vista Recordings.
Giorgi Gakharia responded to protesters outside the Parliament building on Sunday night.
A new film will dramatise the grime pioneer's life and is being produced by Pulse and BMG.
The instrument is based on Moog's original module designs with a '60s and '70s look.
Sunday, 13 May 2018 /
'Look Ma No Hands' came out today alongside 'Me&My (To Bury Your Parents)', a solo track from the Outkast member.
As usual, the mix is made up entirely of original material.
Saturday, 12 May 2018 /
Thousands of demonstrators danced in front of Georgia's parliament following the Saturday morning raids at Bassiani and Café Gallery.
Friday, 11 May 2018 /
Tbilisi club Bassiani has released a statement regarding the Saturday morning crackdown.
The booking leans towards experimental techno, bass music and live electronics.
Watch the trailer for Kandeyce Jorden's Girl, out on June 1st.
This is the last release to come through his Pre- label, which is dedicated to his unreleased archival music.
The Jamaican dancehall artist's second LP comes out this summer.
The LP will be released in September, with single "Tiny Foldable Cities" out now.
Thursday, 10 May 2018 /
The Berlin producer looks back to tribal house, trance, breakbeat and bleep techno on the nine-track set.
It's the footwork lifer's first LP to focus on contemporary productions and will be out in July.
The new recording of Woman will feature reworkings of tracks for live performance and will be out in August.
The label founded by Dixon and Âme will bring a night of DJ and live sets to the historic London venue with LWE.
Wednesday, 09 May 2018 /
Visionquest's Monday morning function has been a staple of the Detroit festival experience for over a decade.
The Fleet Ilya headphones are going for $6450 on SSENSE.
The NYC artist will release his fifth LP on Mexican Summer.
The Abu Dhabi crew has two new records coming on the same day this July.
Now a collaboration between David Foster and Martin Maischein, the storied techno outfit will resurface on the fledgling BITE imprint.
The new arts and events space will open in Waterloo later in May.
Early Tape Works (1986-1993) Vol. 2 is due out next month.
Gatto Fritto will curate the first edition of The Sound Of Love International, which is out in June.
The six-track record is out on May 30th.
Come down to the central London radio station on Friday, July 13th for a day of DJs and demonstrations.
The Krakow event's 16th edition will ask many questions, including: "How do we engage deeply in a world of surfaces?"
The EP, titled On A Mission, also includes remixes by Michael Mayer and François K.
Tuesday, 08 May 2018 /
The Cadenza boss has been sober and substance-free for one year, and posted a note about the dangers of touring and Avicii's recent death.
It's his first solo record for the Portuguese label.
It's out on June 4th through Steven Rutter's label.
Ren Schofield's next full-length record is out at the end of June.
Three men were taken to hospital following an incident on Sunday morning.
Monday, 07 May 2018 /
They'll celebrate the milestone at The Substation on June 15th.
Prosumer, Ikonika, Jimmy Edgar, dBridge and more will play the BC festival's tenth edition in July.
It comes out on his label, Macro, in July.
The eight-track album also kicks off a new label called Dote.
Sunday, 06 May 2018 /
The Los Angeles festival has pulled the plug due to poor ticket sales.
Saturday, 05 May 2018 /
He's also planned a stateside tour for August, his first visit to the country for gigs in years.
Friday, 04 May 2018 /
Bring Down The Walls pairs established artists with recently incarcerated vocalists for covers of house classics.
Debiasing, an EP of stripped-back tools for the dance floor, is out in June.
The 15-module rig is built for pounding beats.
New tracks by Marco Shuttle and Bambounou are coming on the Paris label's first release, out July 4th.
A waveshaper and MIDI-to-CV convertor are showing at Superbooth in Berlin.
Thursday, 03 May 2018 /
The Internet broadcaster will go live today with music from Millú, Midnight Tenderness and DJ JNETT.
The eight-track, two-LP set features mostly soul, funk and gospel.
Lucy and Luke Slater will helm the first two, which show the label adopting a "wider and warmer sound."
The analog RD-808 is one of many vintage synth and drum machine clones the German company is planning to produce.
She wrote and produced the LP, Devotion, with frequent collaborator Micachu.
The self-titled record, out in June, was inspired by old-school drum & bass and '90s techno from Detroit and London.
We've Been Through The Mill will allow former patrons to tell their stories of club nights at the arts complex, which stopped hosting music events last year.
Ricardo Villalobos, Richie Hawtin, Cassy, Nina Kraviz and more will join Sven Väth this summer.
The reissued records beat Ryan Adams and Tracy Chapman in the online retailer's report of sales and collection info for the first three months of 2018.
Tracks from their 1997 album, plus a previously unreleased song, will be repackaged for release on June 8th.
Dream Sequence, out today, is available through the Berlin-based label on a pay-what-you-want basis.
Wednesday, 02 May 2018 /
It's his second LP for Don't Be Afraid.
Nick Dunton's label, Surface Records, is also making a comeback.
The first is out tomorrow, and you can listen to the A-side now.
The news site shared tips of questionable helpfulness in preparation for the bank holiday weekend.
Ricardo Villalobos, Nina Kraviz and Jamie Jones feature on the October event's 22-strong bill.
We're bringing Daniel Avery, Tash LC, Ross From Friends and a debut back-to-back set from Objekt and Batu to Brockwell Park on June 2nd.
The new polysynth combines sampling with digital oscillators.
The LP, which features collaborators like Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Matthew Herbert, is out on Innervisions in June.
One of the models from the Japanese giant's collaboration with Malekko serves as an entry point for Eurorack beginners.
Mutations, featuring a collaboration with Homemade Weapons, is out next month.
Tuesday, 01 May 2018 /
The Paradise Ballroom Mix and Folk Version of the hit tune "MPB (Missin' Persons Bureau)" get new life this month.
Welcome To Paradise 89-93 (Vol. 3) is out later this month.
The first volume comes out in June.
They'll stop manufacturing models such as the M44-7 and the Whitelabel this summer.
The LP features Yung Lean, DJ Nate and UK drill rapper Dimzy.
The venue, opening May 11th, has a dance floor below water level and will have a restaurant and daytime event space.
II is a follow-up to their 1996 self-titled record on Aphex Twin's Rephlex Records.
Monday, 30 Apr 2018 /
Zip, Honey Dijon, Jayda G and Sammy Dee will all play the NSW event's tenth anniversary from November 30th.