Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015 /
The Irish artist has dropped his first album in four years.
The German house artist will play gigs in Melbourne and Sydney this month.
The LA beatmaker has five dates lined up this month.
The Firecracker Recordings man will mount a two-date trip with Nautiluss and Galcher Lustwerk in July.
The New York artist will release Ok, her next full-length, through the Vancouver label in August.
The Italian producer has mixed together 90 minutes of '80s rarities for the cassette.
They'll top the lineup for the label's Independence Day party at Trans Pecos in Queens.
The Interdimensional Transmissions man will mix it up for the party's one-year anniversary in July.
The duo's 2006 cover of Derrick May's "Strings Of Life" is coming out on Text Records.
Huerco S, Optimo and Daniel Wang will play at the Paris venue in the coming weeks.
The three-tracker, produced during the run-up to the recent UK election, will arrive in August.
A 114-minute performance from March 2014 is out now.
Ark, Nick V, Mad Rey are among the names to play at the summer open air venue in the coming weeks.
The Cologne producer's own ava. label will issue the album in September.
It's still unclear exactly what form the Japanese company's new gear (or gear line) will take, but a new teaser video suggests it'll be related to four of their classics: the CS and DX synthesizers, plus the CP stage pianos and the YC combo organs.
The New York veteran works through cuts from Galcher Lustwerk, Jungle Wonz and Pollyester in his mix for Ed Wreck radio.
Monday, 29 Jun 2015 /
Local producer Hugo Gerani will contribute the outlet's first release in July.
The under-the-radar Chicago jock will make his third appearance in the city this weekend.
Two gigs in Canada and two in the US are on this week's schedule.
The German producer will release two tracks on the UK label next month.
The free update brings latency improvements, warping refinements and more to the DAW.
The Detroit selector has prepared a set of edits on reel-to-reel tapes for the occasion.
Craig Clouse's band will work with Editions Mego for the new album, out in September.
Following recent collaborations with Puff Daddy and Seth Troxler, Gerber turns to Caroline Hervé for his next record.
The outlet, which brings together psych rock and techno, will launch with Leicester band Children Of Leir.
Two releases containing unheard tunes from Mason's archive are on the way.
Sunday, 28 Jun 2015 /
Roman Flügel, KiNK and Rick Wade will all appear at the NSW festival in December.
For those who didn't make it to Worthy Farm, the BBC is streaming some of the festival's key performances.
Shigeto, Eric Cloutier and Booka Shade have also joined the bill for the November festival.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2015 /
The American duo's LP, out via Dropping Gems in August, was inspired by their new method of collaborating remotely.
The star of our latest ORIGINS film
goes back-to-back with his fellow ClekClekBoom affiliate in this set recorded at last year's Peacock Society festival in Paris.
Friday, 26 Jun 2015 /
dwell_tevvel_structure will come via txt recordings in August.
The Japanese digger will play seven dates beginning late July.
They've lined up a 16-hour event that kicks off outdoors and moves inside later on.
The first-ever Dirtybird Campout will go down in SoCal this fall.
The Denver festival will happen for the last time in October.
The intimate Ibiza slot will sets from Dixon, Carl Craig, Sonja Moonear and more.
R&S, 50 Weapons and Shogun Audio are among the imprints who will release music in the Native Instruments-developed multichannel audio format.
Hodge, Alexander Nut and Chunky are also billed for the Croatian festival's showcase in Paris.
The disco duo have reimagined tracks from their catalogue for a new album on Smalltown Supersound.
"The larger issue at hand is not simply the 'right to dance,' but the policing of our bodies and their movements."
Ahead of their upcoming Flashbulb EP, the Shogun Audio duo weave a cross-genre journey through LTD Bukem, Bibio, J-Dilla and MJ Cole.
Arthur Russell's enduring Loose Joints track will also get a remix from DJ Kon, out in July.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2015 /
The two imprints will debut in July with music from new artists Erkiu and Nastika.
The Work Them Records boss will return for his first Australian tour in six years.
The Emphasis Recordings boss will play his first two Australian shows in July.
The Ghostly International artist will play alongside Time Wharp in the East Village next week.
The rapper has invited friends of his new label, including Amnesia Scanner, to join him at Palisades this Friday.
DJ Marfox, Container and Andy Stott take on selections from Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper.
The two Innervisions selectors will play alongside Solar at the new Cityfox venue next month.
Wolf + Lamb and TEED will also play the third annual gathering on the Detroit River, which has now grown to two days.
Âme and Radio Slave will also touch down at the Lot 613 series this July.
The three labels will come together in South London on July 25th.
Four versions of "JBW25" will see release via Ostgut Ton in August.
The Nation boss will visit Rioma Club for his first Mexican gig.
Domino will release the LP on September 18th.
The new player will compensate artists and rights holders for every stream.
The Kompakt fixture will make his local debut at a Midwest Fresh all-nighter this weekend.
The two owners of the Shoreditch nightclub, which closed in 2013, have been sentenced to a combined 18 years in prison.
The long-running HQ of Cream will shut at the end of 2015, with a new "subterranean music venue" taking its place.
The 15,000-capacity event will take place on Saturday, June 27th by the port.
Taking place in October, the 12th edition of the Mexico City gathering also features ATOM™ and Ben UFO.
The Berghain resident will DJ in Paris to celebrate the release of his recent contribution to Ostgut Ton's mix series.
Awanto 3, Rodion and Matias Aguayo will play at the open-air venue in the coming weeks.
The Turin festival has unveiled a second batch of acts for its 15th anniversary edition.
From The Land Of Rape & Honey (The Suppressed Tapes) 1995 - 2005 will arrive in September.
Dro Carey helms the latest Blowing Up the Workshop podcast.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2015 /
The SF-based selector will swing through Boston to play the Social Studies residency this weekend.
The event will take over Butlins in Bognor Regis for the fifth time next January.
Forward Into The Night has been published ahead of London's 24-hour weekend tube service.
Stefan Goldmann, Finn Johannsen and more will play at Solidarisea on Thursday night.
The event-focused app allows you to discover the best clubs and DJs wherever you are in the world.
The imprint associated with the beloved festival has snagged exclusives from Mix Mup and Luke Abbott for an EP out late July.
The Local Action producer stitches together 38 cinematic minutes of video game soundtracks and instrumental grime.
Tuesday, 23 Jun 2015 /
Palace Savant, the next solo album from Jesse Reiner, will arrive in September.
Ray Mang will headline the first Picnic Social at Harpoon Harry this weekend.
Lee Burridge's outdoor institution heads to East Williamsburg on July 12th.
The Berlin DJ and the southern California savant are billed at the casual party in mid-July.
The lauded—and long inactive—Italian label is getting back to work first with a remastered version of its 1992 Bermuda Triangle EP.
New York's Umfang and Volvox will play alongside a host of Montreal locals this weekend.
Q-Tip, Snoop Dogg and Ariel Pink feature on Damon G. Riddick's first solo LP since 2009.
A fresh round of names has been added to the August festival's bill.
The Golden Pudel resident will issue her first LP via Actress's label in September.
The Dutch promoters will take over Amsterdam's Diemerbos for a one-day outdoor session in September.
We speak with the RVNG duo about their next two releases.
The Dutch producer will release his first music since 2011 next month.
Sunn O))), Run The Jewels and Peaking Lights are confirmed for the Katowice weekender in August.
The duo will host a string of label showcases in London throughout the summer.
The Italian festival will hold its tenth edition in early July.
The Montreal producer will release a 41-minute piece titled The Colours Of Life in August.
Digital Tsunami hosts a compelling set of post-punk, no wave and more from Oliver Ho's Broken English Club alias.
Monday, 22 Jun 2015 /
Rabit is also on board for the second instalment of Vulnicura remixes, available to stream now.
Laurel Halo, Oren Ambarchi and Grouper will also play the three-day festival in August.
Music Complete is set for release via Mute Records this September.
Ry X and Frank Wiedemann's group will make its US debut along with a number of European appearances starting in July.
The Detroit natives and residents of The Bunker will play for Fine Time in July.
A four-track remix EP, also featuring Larry Gus and King Britt's Fhloston Paradigm, drops this week.
The ten-track Études will arrive in mid-July.
A two-track collaboration with Wrong Assessment will be the late producer's last release on his own label.
Dana Ruh, youANDme and Tom Demac all feature on the 12-track selection.
DJ W!LD, Phil Weeks and Sneak himself will feature on the six-volume collection, which launches next month.
The Prodigy, Annie Mac and Deetron are all on board for the August 1st bash in Playa D'en Bossa.
The Edmonton nightspot has shut its doors.
The company has responded to criticism from independent labels and stars like Taylor Swift.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2015 /
Kieran Hebden's latest album is up for streaming and purchase over at Bandcamp now.
Saturday, 20 Jun 2015 /
The Dance will drop on Kontra-Music in September.
The LA-based collector will play a free open-air party this Sunday.
The beach club's self-run house and techno party returns for its third season in 2015.
The Peaking Lights member mixed the breezy Sunset Daydream in Los Angeles.
Friday, 19 Jun 2015 /
Ricardo Villalobos, Jamie Jones and Seth Troxler will lead the lineup at the Yorkshire event's fourth edition.
Matthew Herbert, Funkineven and Leon Vynehall have joined the bill for Gilles Peterson's French get-together this July.
The tenth edition of the Swiss festival goes down in September.
The July 11th gig will be Hawtin's first club show in Leeds for eight years.
Next weekend's open-air event will also feature sets from Dixon, Tale Of Us and Marco Faraone.
The screening will be followed by a public Q&A with the French producer.
Young Echo crew members Sam Barrett and Amos Childs have a collaborative LP arriving next month.
Gems galore in this two-hour excerpt from the Amsterdam duo's extended back-to-back set at the recent Lente Kabinet festival.
Thursday, 18 Jun 2015 /
The Berghain regular will play his first Australian shows this winter.
Songs that are not streamed directly off the company's website will be subject to a limit of 15,000 plays per 24-hour period.
The weekly party will come out with their first 12-inch in August.
The San Francisco party will also visit Pittsburgh's Hot Mass club in early July.
Flying Lotus and Herbie Hancock worked on the virtuosic bassist's new record, out next week.
The LP, due out on Hospital Productions next month, was crafted using various bits of Roland gear.
The Tilburg promoters have two festivals in the works, including a one-dayer in September.
Powell, Russell Haswell and Basic House will play at the Dutch festival in September.
The South London club has outlined its summer programme in full, running from now through September.
The label's first 12-inch release, titled Arthur And Intergalactic Whales, will land in July.
The Glaswegian producer gets the honours of putting together the 500th FACT mix, and he knocks it out of the park with selections from Inkke, DJ Sliink and an unreleased track from TNGHT.
The San Francisco label will issue records from Miss Kittin & The Hacker, Bézier and Second Layer next month.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015 /
The Detroit artist has gigs lined up in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.
The Chicago DJ will play shows in Melbourne and Sydney this winter.
The free two-day festival in Central Park happens in mid-July.
The outlet has eight records in the pipeline for summer 2015.
The festival will return to Hudson, New York in September.
Panda Bear and Shlohmo are also on the bill for the October gathering.
The respected Japanese producer's next LP lands in August.
The Queens watering hole and BBQ joint is open now, and will focus on showcasing full albums.
The Swiss club is going on tour in celebration of its latest milestone, landing in Barcelona for a rooftop party this Thursday.
The artist and label will begin their partnership with an installation at London's Institute Of Contemporary Art.
Several new versions of 2013's "Riding The Void" will hit stores in July.
The new composition, like the title implies, is meant to lull listeners into a deep slumber.
The country's infamous "no-dancing" legislation, which dates back to 1948, has been revised.
The Dalston basement has more than 15 events planned between now and September.
Here's an hour of gritty selections from the Detroit DJ, recorded at a recent Sure Thing party in San Francisco.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2015 /
The Soul In The Hole man will make a rare appearance on wax this August.
The four-disc set features mixes from Dubfire, Heidi, TM404 and Hito.
Dusky, SBTRKT and Ryan Hemsworth will also join the Australian festival tour this spring.
Jean-Michel Jarre got on board, but the project to reissue the Italian synthesizer classic wasn't able to reach its $414,000 target.
The two-track EP is due out later this month.
Mike Servito, Daniele Cosmo and Matt Werth are also on the bill for the September event.
Mike Dehnert, Roman Lindau and Sascha Rydell have joined together on a 15-track compilation of new material that's scheduled for a September release.
Tale Of Us, Ben Klock, Carl Craig and Barnt are all billed for the October festival in Lille.
The Hamburg crew have fifteen dates locked in at the Playa d'en Bossa hangout from June through September.
Kerri Chandler, MCDE and Pachanga Boys will play at the Corsica festival in July.
The Paris boat venue will host the likes of Miss Kittin, Gilles Peterson, Erol Alkan and more every Friday this summer.
The Berlin producer's Piteous Gate will land in late July.
The Brixton venue has been bought by the owners of XOYO and The Nest.
The ambient five-tracker Void Transcripts is up first, followed by the club-ready Fabric Safety Apparatus 落下傘 Vol. 1.
The Swedish producer will drop a two-tracker on DJ Koze's label next month.
Dean Blunt, Ron Trent and Godspeed You! Black Emperor will all make the trip to Bristol for the festival's fifth edition in October.
A new "all-originals" mix from the mysterious Giegling artist has dropped.
With label boss Oscar Mulero on remix duties, Windows will drop in July.
Monday, 15 Jun 2015 /
The Michigan mainstays will relaunch their jungle label with a 12-inch from Jodey Kendrick's Lord Of The D alias in July.
The UK favorite will make a quick trip to North America later this month.
Eight gigs have been locked in over two legs, the first of which starts this weekend.
Fellow Studio Barnhus man Kornél Kovács also a few US dates scheduled for July.
The two-tracker will drop on Other People later this month.
Ry X and Frank Wiedemann have booked David August, Dauwd and more for an open-air session north of Berlin on July 11th.
Ten more names have been added to the bill for the Bologna event, which returns in October.
Will Socolov, who ran Sleeping Bag Records with Arthur Russell, has turned to Kickstarter to help raise the final $100,000 needed to open Brooklyn Vinyl Works.
Marco Carola, Loco Dice, Sven Väth and Marcel Dettmann are just some of the names playing the Mykonos nightclub in the coming months.
ReSolute and Revolt! are joining forces for an extended session at SUB across July 10th and 11th.
The drum & bass duo power through 39 tracks in 68 minutes on their mix for the London club.
The day party returns for 2015, running across 13 Sundays at Jardins de Joan Brossa.
Juan Maclean, Elbee Bad and Hardrock Striker will play at the Bastille club from July to August.
The duo pay tribute to their home city's electronic music scene on a forthcoming compilation.
The International Feel founder has a new record landing in July.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2015 /
Mike Simonetti's new imprint will drop a couple of 12-inches later this month.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2015 /
The owner of the Ondas
online used record shop pulls together some deep selections for Growing Bin
Friday, 12 Jun 2015 /
The techno lifer will issue a four-tracker via the imprint in early July.
The Dial Records artist will DJ the club's Tropical Goth night later this month.
Bookworms and Giant Claw will open for the pioneering electronic act in Queens next month.
Their June 20th event promises art installations, performances and music by A/Jus/Ted.
The two-day Holsbeek event returns in September.
DJ Deep, Sebo K and Chloé will also play at the Boulevard Poissonnière club this month.
Next week's R33 series will also feature parties run by Paul Ritch, Hector and Cadenza.
The outfit behind Unknown Festival has acquired Obonjan, located along the Dalmatian coast.
The new system is an opportunity to collaborate with friends or total strangers using the Reason maker's software and apps.
All profits from the 14-track release go towards Kids Company.
Grooveman Spot and Eglo affiliate Sauce81 will drop an album on Jazzy Sport next week.
The techno event is one of five events happening at Almogavers 86 next week.
Vancouver's Jack Jutson and Liam Butler invoke the summer months with this two-hour cruise through Brazilian jazz-funk, Canadian disco, New York house and more.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 /
The new Detroit outlet will release two records next month.
Tickets go on sale at 8 PM CEST tonight.
Яeturn and Toi Toi also have showcases planned at the venue next week.
After a long hiatus, Saunderson is revisiting one of his most famous projects.
Willie Burns and Entro Senestre will headline the Brooklyn party later this month.
Recondite and Oskar Offermann are also scheduled to play at the Paris pop-up club in June.
Kenny Larkin, Robert Dietz and Marc Houle will also play for the London promoter on the White Isle this summer.
Venere is coming out via the Italian label in July.
Marcel Dettmann, Nina Kraviz and Anthony Parasole will all make the journey to Barcelona next week.
La Friche Belle de Mai will showcase the German capital's scene on June 13th.
The Asheville, North Carolina-based synth maker's new partnership makes all but one of its full-time employees—the CEO's son is the sole exception—shareholders in the company.
Roman Flügel and Tuff City Kids are among the acts to remix material from this year's Insides album.
The London-based party will be one of five events happening at The Warehouse BCN next week.
The 11th edition of the Thessaloniki festival will run from September 17th through 20th.
Sublime synth music from John Elliott—the mind behind Spectrum Spools—recorded live at an a colourful storm event in Melbourne in late 2013.
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2015 /
The San Francisco label will release 12-inches from Blue Russell, Clay Pedrini and Wish Key later this month.
The two residents will hold it down all night at Queens venue Trans Pecos next month.
The duo of Romanian house jocks Raresh and Praslea play three US dates this month.
The heavy combination will play just under twenty dates this fall.
Scott Monteith will play shows at Piknic Électronik and Datcha next weekend.
TechCrunch reports that the streaming service has doubled the number of paying subscribers over last year and has payed out $3 billion to artists to date.
The day-long house gathering returns to Jackson Park on Independence Day to mark its 25th anniversary, and an afterparty at Smart Bar has just been announced.
Steve Lawler, Nicole Moudaber and Cristian Varela will also play the venue next week.
No longer at Space, the long-running night has booked Daniel Avery, Ivan Smagghe, Sasha and more.
The Dutch beach club has added five parties to its summer calendar.
The Glasgow venue's directors say they were "left with no other choice" after its late licence was revoked.
The big-hitting Portuguese festival turns ten in August, returning to Viana Do Castelo.
The Dane's appearance will be one of the three shows in the series, with Apparat, Pional and Lake People also featuring.
The weekly free party will return to Wednesdays from June 24th through October 7th.
The first release on the Swede's label since 2008 arrives on June 15th.
Ike Release is behind the first EP on the beloved Chicago venue's new imprint.
Lotic and Mica Levi are among those tapped for the first remix EP from the Icelandic artist's latest album.
The latest signing to 1080p Collection gets slow and groovy for Libra Mix.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2015 /
2.11.14, comprising two 20 minute long improvisations, will land on City Slang in a couple weeks.
The Detroit don spins alongside the broken beat mainstay next weekend.
They're on the bill for a Capriccio party next month in Brooklyn.
The Running Back-affiliated label will release its first compilation in August.
The Oakland producer will play Open Studios next weekend.
Daft Punk Unchained will premiere on June 24th.
The Parisian label will issue the record on June 22nd.
Richie Hawtin has announced full details of his party's plans for Space this summer.
The Trash_Audio Synth Meet will happen this Saturday during the New Media Art and Sound Summit 2015.
Medieval castle Château de Vincennes will host the action on September 13th.
The Japanese manufacturer's MODEL6700 will feature a three-band isolator on each channel and a five-band EQ on the master.
The name-your-price album features tracks made with DJ Rashad, Spinn and Manny.
Saschienne, Marc Romboy, Christian Löffler and more will play at the Parisian venue this summer.
Michael Mayer, Wolfgang Voigt and Superpitcher all feature on the Cologne label's next compilation.
The audiovisual package features footage recorded in Detroit, Chicago and Leiden.
The Swedish Janus associate stitches together an hour of genre-busting dance music from the likes of M.E.S.H., Lotic and DJ Ly-COox.
Monday, 08 Jun 2015 /
The London producer's seven-track Evaporate drops via Halcyon Veil this August.
The Berghain regular will head to Australia for the first time this month.
Pantha du Prince and Bob Moses are also on the bill for the September festival in California.
Annie Hall, Kero and Monty Luke are also on the bill for this month's free Detroit festival.
The company has shed light on its new music services.
Nina Kraviz, Dixon and Recondite are among the names confirmed for the two-part celebration, going down on June 26th and 27th.
The new label has dug out music from the Serbian electronic music pioneer's vast archive.
The Dutch festival's New York edition will feature the likes of Adam Beyer, Henrik Schwarz and The Martinez Brothers.
Young Marco, Tom Trago and Aardvarck all feature on the run of upcoming 12-inches.
Creamfields, Sónar and PITCH have taken action in response to the Lithuanian's anti-gay comments last week.
An anthology focusing on Ron Trent's label is set to arrive later in 2015.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2015 /
Out in September, their second full-length will feature collaborations with Nao, Gregory Porter and more.
Max D has also reworked the Greek composer for the three-tracker, out this month on Into The Light.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2015 /
A new ten-track retrospective collects the early work of a little-known Tallinn-based act.
Here's the live recording of Project Pablo warming up the dance floor for RA's recent party with Together Festival
Friday, 05 Jun 2015 /
Peaking Lights Acid Test joins the long-running downtown dance band in late June.
Terrence Dixon and Kero handle remix duties on the 12-inch, out later this month.
“You realise this is a ridiculous and impossible task, don’t you?”
The expanding conference will host a Shanghai summit in October.
Stefan Laubner will return to Smallville next month for his latest 12-inch.
The duo's Five Steps LP is coming out on Versatile Records on June 10th.
Novation has put together a timeline of their synth designer's creations, which include classics like the Wasp, OSCar and BassStation.
The Toulouse festival will host a series of free events at the Parisian museum this summer with the likes of Stephen O'Malley and Zaltan.
The first single release by the Dutch label comes from San Francisco musician Joel Graham.
The party, run by Darius Syrossian, Santé and Sidney Charles, will run on Sundays at Vista Club.
The producer's first LP will arrive on Function's label in June.
Damian Lazarus, dBridge and London Elektricity have also joined the Polish festival's lineup.
Hardcore from '93 and '94 is the score on this new mix from Berceuse Heroique.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2015 /
The producer headed up a 16-piece orchestra on Mysterium Magnum, out in September.
The LA artist will tour Australia and New Zealand this winter.
The intimate Black Flamingo kicks off programming this Saturday.
The LA producers play at Underground SF this weekend.
The Norwegian disco revivalist will play with his band at Terminal 5 next month.
The Windy City collective has six summertime events on the schedule, including a pair of boat parties.
A new afterhours event series kicks off this month at a TBA location in Brooklyn.
Tevo Howards, Ivan Smagghe, DJ Steaw and more will play at the Belleville club this month.
The free, early-August festival is changing locations and expanding in its second year.
For The Thrown will come out via Keysound in July.
The free evening parties will run on Wednesdays in June and September at Beachouse.
The streaming platform has reached an agreement with Merlin, which represents the indie imprints.
An RA voyage with Daniel Avery and Horse Meat Disco forms part of the Croatian festival's ocean-going programme.
The inner-city one-dayer will run on June 13th, hosting six arenas and 5,000 people.
The Livity Sound sublabel will issue a 12-inch from the Parisian artist next month.
Wednesday nights at the superclub have been laid out week-by-week.
MIDI recently made its way onto Google Chrome, and the Keith McMillen blog has put together a tutorial on how it works.
This year's edition of the house-heavy one-dayer hits Sportpark Riekerhaven on July 27th.
Throwback Thursday: 2013, the recently passed M_REC LTD founder drops a typically mind-melting techno set for Reclaim Your City.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2015 /
Record manufacturers in Vermont and Oregon will seek to provide label owners with options in a crowded market.
The Downwards duo will play shows in Australia, Singapore and Thailand this month.
Rabih Beaini's label continues its avant-garde explorations with Water Above Sky Below Now.
The New York disco and house hero will headline the Big Apple promoter's annual boat party.
Autechre and Marcel Dettmann are among the highlights of the Seattle festival's next edition.
Lee Burridge, Henry Saiz and Marcel Fengler will appear at the house-focused gathering this July.
The Croatian artist will return to Music Man Records next month with Synchrotonic / Holiday In Singularity.
The LA producer has teamed up with Austin's Bleep Labs to make the sample/delay effects unit, whose controls include knobs, pads and an alligator-clip patch bay.
Details of the Innervisions party's keenly-awaited UK leg have been announced.
Beginning today, the two clubs will throw events with the likes of Jeff Mills, Tale Of Us and Lena Willikens.
Run by George Evelyn, AKA Nightmares On Wax, the Las Dalias party has three dates confirmed in 2015.
Tale Of Us, Behrouz and Bedouin are booked for the first party at the new indoor-outdoor event space.
The full lineup is in for the two-day Turin bash, with Young Marco, Ten Walls and Jonas Kopp also confirmed.
The next edition of the Russian festival is happening in July, with Nina Kraviz, Ricardo Villalobos and Ben UFO all locked in.
Len Faki and DJ Sneak will also join Luciano on the Terrace every Sunday from June through September.
Positive Centre, Zeitgeber and Ken Karter will appear on the label's experimental series this summer.
The California Balearic band will continue to trace the movements of Captain Starlight on its next LP, out in August.
Swampy, tribal, worldly, unusual: the latest Dekmantel podcast, from the Salon Des Amateurs resident, is a lot of things at once.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2015 /
Purple, D33J and Nick Melons will all join in the Australia and New Zealand label trip.
The Oxford St venue will close down in July.
The intimate Camp Lakota gathering will take place over the weekend of September 11th in the Catskill Mountains.
The beat scene mainstay will host its second annual gathering this August.
The queer warehouse event is back for another all-nighter on the banks of the East River.
Crossroads' Rekliner series also has Dustin Zahn and Konrad Black confirmed for the coming months.
Tevo Howard is also on board for this weekend's festive occasion.
NGLY will make his New York debut alongside label boss Traxx and D'Marc Cantu this month.
The French techno producer will play alongside Lucy and Skudge.
Located underneath train tracks not far from Central Station, the multi-purpose venue will host sets from Marcel Dettmann, Nina Kraviz and Mathias Kaden in the coming weeks.
The 13-week series will run every Saturday from July through September, with Andrew Weatherall, Virgo Four and Omar Souleyman among the guests.
The Berlin techno artist's first release of the year drops in June.
Ben UFO, Head High and crews from Giegling and Workshop will all be present at the November festival.
The UK giant has released this year's extensive lineup in full.
The sixth edition of the five-day event will take place from August 3rd through 8th.
The first handful of names have been announced for the party's fourth summer on the island.
The company's original Ableton Live controller is getting a colorful update.
Subb-an drops a rolling, bass-heavy set for Paradigm.
Monday, 01 Jun 2015 /
The LA-based acid man will return to Australia for two shows this month.
The Vancouver collective will drop the three track Starcave 12-inch in June.
The Detroit don's Wildheart Recordings will release a 12-inch from his group The Unit in late June.
The London club has outlined its Saturday night schedule for the next three months.
The Japanese vinyl outlet will celebrate two decades with a triple-vinyl pack.
The PC Music artists will host a night at The Red Gallery this month.
The first ten names have been announced for the Bologna event, which returns with its eighth edition in October.
The pair will spin at a Dollop event on Friday, June 5th.
Ron Morelli, Lazare Hoche and Gilb'r will play at the new two-day event in June.
The Pampa founder has a two-tracker coming out this month.