Thursday, 31 Mar 2016 /
The diverse German producer will release a single on the new imprint.
Khotin will take over the Vancouver weekly, recruiting Bobby Draino and Unknown Mobile as guests.
Benedek and Jamma-Dee round out the April bill.
The new imprint, stemming from the San Francisco club night, will kick off with a four-tracker in May.
He'll play for Wiggle Factor in his local debut, as will Brian Sanhaji later in April.
The South London festival has also added Danny Tenaglia, Joseph Capriati and Andy C to its bill.
The German minimalist will release an album of solo electric guitar music, Wave, in May.
Seth Troxler, Dave Clarke and Karenn are all confirmed for the Dutch two-dayer.
The duo have 13 Thursday nights on the isle this summer, with guests like Dixon, Rødhåd and Voices From The Lake.
Eric Cloutier, Cio D'Or and Svreca are among the first names confirmed for the experimental and techno event in September.
The speakers were tested at Dimensions and Outlook Festival last year.
The four-part vinyl compilation features new tracks from Silent Servant, Rrose and Efdemin among others.
The first in a series of collaborative 12-inches drops on May 27th.
The second edition of the Belgian festival goes down across two days in June.
Mount Kimbie, Holly Herndon and Roman Flügel will also join us in Victoria Park this June.
The Swedish techno DJ delivers a trippy and atmospheric set for the latest Undercontrol podcast.
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2016 /
A sign posted on the club's door says 'this property has been seized for nonpayment of taxes.'
"I hope for as long as I physically can I will continue to play music to you all as much and as regularly as possible."
The two avant-garde giants will release It's Hard For Me To Say I’m Sorry in June.
The Fade To Mind fixture will spin alongside Venus X, Rizzla and Helix at Union this weekend.
The Romanian favorite has a three-night US visit confirmed for next month.
Clone Classic Cuts will re-release the 'almost unobtainable' acid record in May.
The high-profile warehouse party series is back with a multi-room event in April.
Lee Burridge and Hoj will bring their popular open-air party to San Francisco in May.
The Night Slug will hit New York, Boston and Nevada in April.
The Montreal festival has just released a new batch of names.
Here's the lineup for the conference side of their one-day "audiovisual arts festival" in June.
Ben Klock, Steve Rachmad and Margaret Dygas are also on the lineup at The Garden Resort in Tisno this summer.
The Manchester producer's next full-length arrives in April. Stream first single, "Butterflies," now.
Zenker Brothers and DJ Qu will also help the Brussels venue celebrate its latest milestone on April 9th.
The Brunette Editions boss's next LP comes out this July.
Rush Hour will release the two lengthy reworks, sourced from cuts on the 2015 album Hunch Music, in April.
The Brooklyn producer offers an hour of post-UK bass mutations for NAAFI's NTS Radio show.
Tuesday, 29 Mar 2016 /
Music Man will release the Croatian artist's next record in May.
Yu Su and Scott Johnson Gailey will release their first album, Plant Cell Division, in late April.
Henrik Schwarz, Job Jobse, Solar and Bonobo are also on the schedule for four events starting in April.
The трип star will headline the Mexican party in April.
DJ Shiva is also on the bill for next month's event.
The LA festival has also booked The Black Madonna and Floating Points for its annual two-day gathering.
Toronto Island's summertime event series will also host Sven Väth and Âme.
The Lithuanian producer will return next month with the Equalized tour.
JTC and Osborne top the lineup at Good Room in Brooklyn for the birthday party this weekend.
The promoter will once again take over Wednesday nights, with Chris Liebing and Loco Dice among its residents.
The label's latest is a four-tracker called VIPOTY.
Nightmares On Wax and Honey Dijon are also part of the new wave of announcements for the festival's inaugural edition this summer.
The long-running Parisian event series will return on April 16th.
The ad-free service will cost $9.99 per month.
Shed and Paula Temple have also been confirmed for the July festival in Brest.
Part of the lineup for this year's edition of the mammoth UK festival has arrived.
The latest Giegling mix is a dense tapestry of field recordings and unusual sounds.
Monday, 28 Mar 2016 /
Renormalon will come through WéMè Records "sometime in 2016."
The San Francisco label will revive '80s cuts from GHIBLI, Some Bizarre, Brand Image and Dario Dell'Aere.
The new imprint kicks off next month with a various artists EP featuring tracks from E.R.P. and Cygnus.
smartbar's talent buyer is next up with a two-tracker for the German record label.
The new ruling from the city council comes after reported complaints from businesses and tourists alike.
Label boss Jimmy Edgar and Numbers co-founder P.O.L. Style are also in the tracklist for the next Metaphysix EP.
The Berlin-based JTseries will release the four-track record in April.
Saturday, 26 Mar 2016 /
The White Material co-founder will drop an LP, How To Disappear In America, on Torn Hawk's label in May.
The promising Edmonton label shows off its wares, with selections from upcoming releases by Sergio Levels, D. Tiffany and Secret Lover.
Friday, 25 Mar 2016 /
She'll play live at four US gigs and one in Canada (by way of Vancouver) next month.
Low Jack and Torn Hawk are also on the bill at Market Hotel in April.
Larry Heard has delivered two remixes of Italian producer Nick Anthony Simoncino.
Bambounou and Jeremy Underground will also go back-to-back for the May festival.
Nomad, the second release on the London label, is coming out in April.
Gated features collaborations with a global cast of vocalists.
The Dream Catalogue producer gets... dreamy... in this mix on Radar Radio.
Thursday, 24 Mar 2016 /
The eight-track record features Sampha, The-Dream, D.R.A.M. and Mabel, and you can listen to it now.
The Balihu man will spin on Easter Sunday at The Eagle in Silver Lake.
The two-room event takes place at Red Light in early April.
The party goes down in DTLA at the Founders Room in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
Boogie Inc. will host the American house pioneers at The Den.
A quick visit stateside is confirmed for early April.
The Mexico City label is back with a six-tracker, Gauss, next week.
Danny L Harle, Hannah Diamond, GFOTY and others will come together for a 16-and-up show at Scala in May.
Next week's gigs at Webster Hall will be their first shows since retiring in 2011.
Due out in May, was recorded in the Turkish cultural capital with local musicians.
Loco Dice, Rødhåd and Mind Against have also been announced for this year's edition of the northern Italian one-dayer.
The likes of Cabanne, Antigone and Shlømo will play sets as part of the 12-hour radio session on March 30th.
The Amsterdam label also has an EP from Workdub on the way.
The 250-capacity venue opens near Leidseplein in April with Melon and Marcel Vogel among its residents.
Horisontal Mambo will launch in April.
Cabaret Voltaire, Vril and Rrose are also among the name joining the Portuguese event's bill.
The crowdfunded Belgian event goes down in May.
The New Kanada boss and Graze member puts together tunes from DJ Richard, Call Super and Jared Wilson, with a full-length visual accompaniment.
Wednesday, 23 Mar 2016 /
A self-titled LP from the duo will come through the American label in June.
The team behind the now-closed club will host four shows in the venue's intimate studio throughout the May and June festival.
The artist formerly known as Lee Bannon will drop American Zen next week.
The intimate yearly festival will host a one-off party at Market Hotel next weekend.
The band's brought in WIFE, M. Geddes Gengras and others for the September event.
The first ever Buchla synthesizer demonstrations are out via Finders Keepers in April.
The promoter behind Unter will present Zero Chill, a "Rotterdamn speedcore ravette," next weekend.
The Ibiza party will hit NYC for the first time in four years.
Greg Wilson, Kornél Kovács and Pariah have also made the cut for the September festival.
The UK techno label is celebrating two decades in the game with a full-length compilation of new tracks.
The German telecommunications giant is throwing a festival in Cologne.
BIS: 001-020 looks over the NYC label's first 20 releases.
The popular Copenhagen festival will return in early June.
The Dutch operation now runs for 72 hours straight.
The Frenchman will drop a six-tracker via the Parisian label in April.
The new imprint for "hi-energy music" launches with an EP from the drum & bass don himself.
The Recording Industry Association of America has released its 2015 revenue statistics.
The San Francisco producer's second full-length lands in April.
The new BE-AT.TV-affiliated series will hit record stores in Berlin and London in the coming weeks.
The Swedish techno experimentalist delivers a thumping set for Electronic Explorations.
Tuesday, 22 Mar 2016 /
Luke Vibert's 2004 Rephlex classic gets a new life in April.
Bottom Forty will bring the crew to Vancouver and Seattle in April.
The LA label will release more "outer-orbit dancehall" collaborations with Jamaican vocalists.
Eight of the German band's albums, along some with unreleased live material, will see release in April.
The UK producer announced the reissue over Facebook last week.
The Canadian artist has announced a collection of reworks from her latest album, Rub, due out in May.
Two-tracker Shox will drop on the LA-based artist's label this Friday.
The party will run across 15 Thursdays from July through October, with Omar-S, Derrick May, Floorplan and Moodymann all playing.
The updated app features MIDI mapping and DVS vinyl support.
The Croatian festival's 60-strong bill now also includes Dubfire, Eats Everything, Cassy and Jamie Jones.
The Brixton club recently released another string of spring and summer shows, with DJ Deeon, Bicep and Kowton also playing in the coming months.
A Made Up Sound and Henning Baer are also confirmed for the event in The Hague.
Wire Club in Leeds will host the next two sessions on April 21st and June 3rd.
Glistening ambient sketches to soundtrack your day.
Monday, 21 Mar 2016 /
The London beatmaker will hit four cities around the country, starting from the Easter weekend.
The Greek producer is getting a full release on Bas Mooy's label.
Downgarden, the first full Exos record in over a decade, is due to drop in late April.
The Aussie producer joined forces with John Tanner on 69, which is out next month.
The Spectrum Spools boss has two cassettes on the way.
A quick set of gigs is on docket for the Sonic Groove boss.
Prostitutes, Svengalisghost and Basic House also offer their take on Konrad Becker's early-'80s material.
The rap metal provocateurs are back with 13 new tracks, though a release date hasn't been set yet.
Ten previously vinyl-only tracks will get a digital release for the first time.
Kompakt will release the Dutch duo's self-titled LP in June.
Will Saul will appear at a string of events over the next five months.
The Raster-Noton founder's klangFarBe, from mid-'80s East Germany, is the subject of a new compilation due out in April.
A 12-inch from the Berlin techno producer inaugurates the new label in April.
The Back To Basics crew will take over Studio 24 next month for the final party in honour of former DJ Duncan Michael Wilson, with all proceeds going to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Slow Futur is coming out in May.
Marco Carola, Masters At Work, Andy C and Sasha are among the acts confirmed for the veteran DJ's farewell season.
Aroy Dee, G. String and Ma Spaventi have been confirmed for the April event at la Rotonde.
Axel Boman, Session Victim and Acid Pauli have also been confirmed for the Paris festival in June.
"Abstract Frequencies" is the Detroit label's first release since 2014.
Saturday, 19 Mar 2016 /
Cosmic Machine, The Sequel is a collection of avant-garde electronics from the '70s and '80s.
The Spanish DJ/producer delivers a blistering techno set for Electronic Beats.
Friday, 18 Mar 2016 /
Ben UFO is also on the bill at Pappy & Harriet's, an outdoor venue just outside Joshua Tree.
The Detroit artist's first album, Realtime Inverted, will land on Dutch label Photic Fields next month.
The LP, due out in May, is the second of three for the New York house head.
The producer's label, D.O.C. Records will drop a nine-track collection of Brazilian music in May.
The digital subscription service was purchased the day before it was due to cease operations.
Kenny Larkin, James Holden and Ben Klock will also appear at the Austrian event.
The five-part run kicks off this weekend, with the NTS DJ headlining shows in London, Edinburgh, Manchester and more.
Billboard reports that the streaming giant has reached a deal with the National Music Publishing Association regarding unpaid and unmatched royalties.
Following partnerships with Universal and Warner Music, the streaming site now has agreements in place with the three major labels.
The in-demand sound designer has built an "abstract wavetable synth" and a "rhythmic acid percussion machine" that Reaktor 6 users can download for free.
99.9% features the likes of Craig David and Little Dragon.
Stamp The Wax is hosting a recording of the respected Manchester DJ's feel-good set from Dimensions 2015.
Thursday, 17 Mar 2016 /
Björk, Oneohtrix Point Never and Max Richter will also appear at the 23-day winter festival from May 27th.
The Chicago duo will release K.M.T. via Soul Jazz Records.
The PAN artist will spin at the SLYFOX after appearing at Inner Varnika in Victoria over Easter.
The Antinote label head will play his first Australian show on March 24th.
They'll be joined by Reade Truth for a techno-heavy edition of Sublimate next weekend.
Mind Against will also headline a Lot 613 show for the LA promoter.
The post-punk oddity gets another look thanks to the Glasgow label in June.
The Interdimensional Transmissions duo are due in Columbus later this month.
Out next month, the three-disc package pulls together more than 30 tracks from the US house veteran.
DNA tests prove the human remains found in a Bristol wood last week belong to Derek Serpell-Morris.
The UK promoters say the new destination will be "a place for arts, ecology and wellbeing."
The app is a one-stop-shop option for sound generation and sequencing.
Support will come from Antinote and L.I.E.S. artists.
The sought-after electro cut—which appeared on Nicolas Lutz's RA podcast last year—is getting a re-release from Pressure Traxx.
The iOS app aims to get your ideas flowing as fast as possible.
The two-tracker will hit the shops next month via the Amsterdam outlet.
Trackstack allows you to navigate the Beatport database with a swiping gesture that aims to 'emulate a crate digging motion.'
The new three-day festival will take place in August at Hill Farm, just outside London.
Sci-fi house from a respected Japanese selector.
Wednesday, 16 Mar 2016 /
The free events, put on by Dublab, go down at the iconic Union Station.
The Dutch techno producer's LP will land on his own imprint in May.
The Far East Transcripts III is out on Hhatri this April.
The duo will play five live shows with a third member, Lorenz Rhode, and they're also due to DJ in Miami.
The feminist DJ collective and booking agency will make its foray into the California scene this month.
Kenny Dope and Matthew Dear are among the 64 acts that have been added to the annual Detroit festival.
The four-track Shine EP is due out later this month.
Potential improvements include 30% higher volume.
The ten-track LP will land on Stockholm LTD sometime this spring.
The Bordeaux festival, happening in May, has shared a second wave of acts, as well as this year's location.
DJ Sotofett also contributes a remix to The Forgetting Curve, out in May.
The Dortmund festival goes down on May 15th, preceded by a warm-up party on April 17th.
Raresh, Apollonia and Margaret Dygas will also play the two-day Turin festival in July.
A raft of names have been added to the bill for the Moroccan festival's second edition.
Andy Blake and Joe Hart's cult South London event will now just hold a handful of events each year.
Electronic Beats pair up Software artist Maria Chavez with Graham Dunning for a conversation about their experimental practices.
The birthday box set will feature 18 unreleased tracks from key label artists and affiliates, including Oscar Mulero, Perc and Developer.
The New Yorker gets smooth and retro with cuts from Kerri Chandler, Todd Terry and Ron Trent.
Tuesday, 15 Mar 2016 /
Truncate, the locally based producer with ties to Modeselektor's label, is also on the bill.
Another anti-lockouts protest will be held in the city this Saturday, March 19th.
The Japanese venue will look for a new home after a 'moving forward party' this weekend.
Dubset's MixBank platform identifies rights holders while determining time-based compensation.
The Ann Arbor producer will release Skein under his birth name as well as a self-titled JTC full-length.
Electric Deluxe will release the producer's first solo LP, which comes under his Arad moniker.
Bell Towers and selectors from Phonica Records will also play this weekend's warehouse party in Hackney Wick.
The marathon minimal session returns to Studio 338 on May 29th.
Onur Özer, Andrew James Gustav and Laurine all feature in the house and techno party's upcoming plans.
A six-month investigation will examine ways to "protect and manage" the capital's nighttime economy.
The full lineup is in for the two-day London festival, which returns to Haggerston Park in June.
The first section of the record arrives on May 27th.
The three-day event will take place at the Jodrell Bank Observatory near Manchester this July.
YokoO, Gorje Hewek, Izhevski and Lost Desert will join party head Lee Burridge at Studio 338 on April 17th.
Booka Shade, Gerd Janson and Underground Resistance Presents Timeline have all joined the Spanish festival's bill.
The Ukrainian producer has posted some snippets of the LP on SoundCloud.
Its first release, an untitled four-tracker from Jens Kuhn, is out now.
Andrew Hogge, who features in RA's Real Scenes: Los Angeles
film, turns in a two-hour mix of leftfield music for Dekmantel.
Monday, 14 Mar 2016 /
The new label's second release lands at the end of April.
The legendary producer has prepared a 90-minute 'Mist Tape, out later this March.
The Danish power electronics act will release The Spiral later this March.
M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Three and Doc Martin will take top billing for the morning cruise to close out WMC this year.
The Danish label is done, after a three years in operation and nine overall releases.
Ghostly International will reissue the project's 2001 debut, Fahrenheit Fair Enough.
Flutes, Echoes, It's All Happening, out next month, features Madlib, Kamasi Washington and Iasos.
Some of Atkins' early Model 500 records, along with a rare 1996 EP from Robert Hood's The Vision alias, are set to be repressed.
Maya Jane Coles, Joris Voorn and Giraffage are also lined up to play the festival's Canadian offshoot in June.
The esteemed label will also throw a party at Berghain and Panorama Bar as part of its 20th anniversary year.
The new four-track ambient 12-inch will arrive in April.
The changes will come into effect on April 6th.
The 12-track remix package will arrive in May.
The new Croatian festival will host 25 voyages, with Resident Advisor, Trouble Vision and Futureboogie all confirmed.
Marlon Silva's first release on the Lisbon label since 2011 is out in April.
Sunday, 13 Mar 2016 /
It's coming out via Innervisions this month.
Saturday, 12 Mar 2016 /
It's the Swedish artist's second full-length for the label.
Shuffling house and techno from one of the DJs behind UK-Berlin party Louche.
Friday, 11 Mar 2016 /
The dubstep don will celebrate his label's tenth anniversary next month with a tour alongside Kahn, Neek and Om Unit.
The label boss will appear on the B-side of a 12-inch with the California ambient duo, out early next month.
Floorplan, NAAFI and the Dekmantel crew are all involved with events over the April and May program.
"Britain's oldest DJ" has been missing since July.
Abdulla Rashim's label is also selling "survival knives" via Bandcamp.
The split 12-inch is due to arrive this month.
"Accident In Paradise" and "Robot" both get fresh takes on the EP, which hits shops in April.
A new promo video from Novation asks producers the age-old question: How do you finish something?
Fatima Yamaha, Dave Clarke and Midland will also play the new event in September.
The Sound Pellegrino boss gives The Astral Plane its landmark 100th mix.
The Scottish label will also release a collaborative record from Max D and Morgan Buckley in April.
Thursday, 10 Mar 2016 /
Abdulla Rashim and Jane Fitz will also play the promoter's spring parties.
The UK producer will get a retrospective including original material and remixes by the likes of Aphex Twin.
The New York resident and the smartbar booker will play two dates in April.
Danny Daze, Leon Vynehall and Honey Soundsystem are also in on the WMC event.
Eclair Fifi and Suicideyear are also on the bill for next Tuesday's event in Austin.
The two Life And Death acts will take over Electric Pickle next tuesday.
The 90-hour non-stop party in July will host George Fitzerald, Ellen Allien and Joey Anderson, among many others.
The South African artist has just released a new four-tracker.
The Prime Numbers boss's fourth LP features "nine cuts of intergalactic techno."
The label's Record Store Day exclusives include a career retrospective from the former and a new 12-inch from the latter.
The US DJ will rekindle his Red Zone alias for the vinyl-only two-tracker, out next month on Matt Edwards's label.
The Parisian label will take over an 800 square-metre warehouse on April 2nd.
Patrick Holland's next EP lands in April.
The bulk of the lineup is in for the Hatfield House one-dayer, which returns on August 6th.
The four-tracker drops April 1st, backed by remixes from Roman Flügel and Warp duo Plaid.
James Donadio's second outing on the label will land on May 27th.
Daniel Avery will also play the festival finale at Le Sucre on Sunday, May 8th.
The Optimo DJ steps up for Ninja Tune's Solid Steel series, presenting a seamless hour of alternative tunes by the likes of David Bowie, Iration Steppas and The Wizard And The Prince.
Wednesday, 09 Mar 2016 /
The new record was inspired by AFX's Hangable Auto Bulb EP series.
The Homopatik founder has five sets coming up in the coming weeks.
No Mercy Bad Poet is out in April.
The electro and hip-hop pioneer will get a four-LP boxset in April that also includes unreleased material.
Ghostface Killah and DJ Paypal are also on next week's bill.
The experimental producer's first US tour begins in San Francisco this Friday.
Benjamin Damage, Konstantin and Subjected will join residents from both crews at the Market Hotel next weekend.
The Edmonton selector will play Victoria and Vancouver next week.
The Dutch producer's LP is out in May.
Luke Wyatt will return to Mexican Summer for Union And Return, out in May.
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Mark Verbos are also booked.
The DC hotspot will host Detroit Swindle, Daphni and more during their anniversary festivities later this month.
The Georgian techno club's first release features Voiski, Vril, HVL and Zesknel.
Four gigs are on the Chicago expat's schedule, starting with one in Washington, DC this Friday.
The techno experimentalists each have a track out on Lucy's label this month.
The club has announced both of its May bank holiday terrace parties, taking place on May 1st and 29th.
Unforeseen Alliance will reunite for the label's anniversary next month.
The Italian duo will play a three-hour live set at La Machine Du Moulin Rouge in April.
The Japanese producer's ambient-leaning second album will arrive in late April.
Landing on March 31st, the 11-track LP is the Detroit house artist's first full-length in three years.
The heavily collaborative record features Om Unit, Resound and others.
Phonautograph, Kevin McHugh's first full-length, will see release in May.
The Swiss DJ will head up seven dates at the club this summer as part of Friday night residency, Insane.
This year's first edition of the party—which "celebrates musical diversity, sexualities, ethnicities, bodies, queer solidarity and community"—goes down this Sunday, March 13th.
The Brooklyn artist gets trippy with plenty of brand new cuts in this mix for FACT.
It's a collaboration with Third Stone, from the fashion brand JULIUS.
Tuesday, 08 Mar 2016 /
The EP is a special release for Record Store Day.
J Rocc and Ge-ology will also appear at the party, set to go down at 1015 Folsom.
The Indiana footworker will cross the Atlantic three times during March and April.
The new collection prefaces the German imprint's move to split into several smaller labels.
The duo's Struggle & Emerge EP is due out via R&S in May.
Eats Everything, Green Velvet and Patrick Topping will also make their debuts at the Leeds festival on July 9th.
Optimo and Headhunter are also among the new names for the May festival in Boston.
Dead Oceans will release the US artist's second full-length in May.
The Canadian DJ has also announced a fresh string of Jackathon parties across Europe and the UK.
Virginia and Acid Arab have also been confirmed for the three-day event in July.
The London festival's lineup continues to take shape, with Fritz Kalkbrenner and Maribou State also confirmed.
A Raster-Noton showcase is also locked in for August 4th.
A new round of names have been added to the bill for the fifth edition of the Croatian festival.
Out later this month, Phalanx/Warg will be the Bavarian producer's first release of 2016.
The UK techno vet assumes his house and disco alter-ego in the latest EPM podcast.
Monday, 07 Mar 2016 /
The Jersey City artist made the mini-LP using only Fairlight CMI samples and an Arturia MicroBrute.
Hubert Clarke Jr's wax outlet will close its doors, at least temporarily, after a gig this Saturday afternoon.
The Detroit don will play four gigs around the country this month.
Eight gigs are on the schedule this month, including a night at Chicago's smartbar for our In Residence series.
The four-day festival will also host Butch, Joyce Muniz and jozif in Southern California next month.
The album's called ++++ and is due out in April.
The artist, who also releases as High Wolf and Black Zone Myth Chant, will issue Time Remaining Unknown next month.
JR Seaton's next EP will drop via Will Bankhead's label later this month.
The Gowanus building is the former site of Sankeys Brooklyn and SRB.
The first edition of the Antwerp festival kicks off this weekend.
The Barcelona event has bolstered its lineup.
Dropping in April, the four-tracker will be the Welsh producer's first release of 2016.
The LP lands on Jimmy Edgar's Ultramajic label in May.
Patti Smith and Young Fathers will join the Bristol band on July 1st.
Tom Trago, Harvey Sutherland, Dan Shake and Linkwood will play the Paris event's third edition in July.
Sunday, 06 Mar 2016 /
The Irish producer's pivotal Peso single will get released digitally for the first time later this month.
Saturday, 05 Mar 2016 /
Total Stasis will handle the reissue of the Virginia artist's album, out in March.
The Brooklyn house, techno and disco label takes over The Lot Radio. Label bosses Soul 2 Seoul play funky records with friend Keith Edward.
Friday, 04 Mar 2016 /
The new promoter will kick off with a showcase for The Bunker New York next weekend.
The German selector will be joined by Bill Patrick and others for a boat party in Biscayne Bay this month.
Dan Lopatin will continue to support his 2015 album, Garden Of Delete, on the road through March.
The Canadian producer's artificial intelligence-inspired LP will come out in April.
The Cuban festival, happening in May, has confirmed one more artist, as well as a US travel package.
They've got the first release from a new collaborative project that features Berlin-based producer Terekke.
The Cologne label will deliver 12-inches from both American producers in May.
As well as our party at Le Sucre, the Lyon festival's latest announcement features names like Maceo Plex, The Martinez Brothers and David August.
The club has released a long list of spring and summer dates, stretching from late March through July.
Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin and members of the Pet Shop Boys will all participate in the year's edition of the industry conference.
An EP from up-and-coming Berlin producer Spacetravel kicks things off in May.
The Scottish duo's long-running stage at the Perthshire festival will return this July.
The New York producer mixes 26 minutes of experimental club music and industrial soundscapes for Disc Magazine.
Thursday, 03 Mar 2016 /
Ancient Light, Gerard Hanson's first E.R.P. record in three years, will arrive in April.
The Brouqade label head will make her Australian debut in March.
Bronchitis has prevented the Norwegian producer from travelling for this weekend's gigs.
'Something In The Water (Does Not Compute)' goes down at TV Lounge on March 11th.
The New York DJ will help Bambi's celebrate its fourth birthday next weekend.
Svreca's label will drop ten EPs featuring Regis, Surgeon, Varg and more beginning in March.
The Berlin techno producer and British post-industrial artist will drop three collaborative tracks tomorrow.
The dubstep and dark garage innovators return to Tempa for a fourth album in April.
It's Andreas Tilliander's second full-length for the Malmö-based record label.
Andy Butler, Boris Werner and Suzanne Kraft are billed for the extended session, held across April 15th and 16th.
The Aberdeen promoter will take over the venue for the second year in a row on April 2nd.
Label co-founder Ortella will celebrate his release on the newly-launched outlet the same night.
The German house producer's first solo record in two years lands digitally on Ninja Tune affiliate Counter Records tomorrow.
Gold Panda, Hot Chip and Fatima Yamaha will also travel to Portmeirion in Wales in September.
Many of the Romanian festival's usuals—Raresh, Barac, Dan Andrei—are also confirmed.
A raft of names have been added to the Icelandic festival, which returns for its third edition in June.
The duo's next 12-inch for the Berlin label lands in April.
The east coast party will host five events this month, starting this weekend with Juju & Jordash.
Marcel Dettmann and Agoria will also play the French city in the coming months.
Pantha Du Prince, Jeremy Underground, Legowelt and Syracuse are confirmed for the three-day event in May.
Laurent Garnier, Derrick Carter, Erika and the Giegling crew will play at the Shibuya venue in the coming months.
The criminally underrated Detroit DJ strings together an hour of mind-bending techno records for The Bunker Podcast.
Wednesday, 02 Mar 2016 /
The 2005 collaborative effort from the ambient music pioneer will see new life later this month.
Matteo Milleri is "seriously ill," and the duo have pulled the plug on high-profile gigs in DC, New York and Miami.
Jack J, Liam Butler, Tanner Matt and the rest of the crew have contributed library-style tracks for the new LP.
The Mile High crew is also about to launch a new monthly event series, Adult Content.
Instinct And Memory will see release in late April.
The Martinez Brothers, Butch and Kenny Dope are also on the schedule for the new Manhattan nightclub.
The BC festival has announced the first names for its latest edition, happening in July.
The American festival has pulled the plug on this year's edition after its parent company SFX filed for bankruptcy.
The French producer's third LP lands on the respected Manchester label later this month.
'AS,' which is due out later this month, is the experimental duo's first 12-inch.
It's due out on his label, Hippie Dance, in May.
The 16-track LP drops in May.
The Turbo boss will be joined at Cowper Street by Laurent Garnier, Hudson Mohawke, Erol Alkan and more from April through June.
The Eritrean artist's 2007 album will see release on April 15th.
Roman Flügel and Jörn Elling Wuttke's label will release two takes on Alter Ego's "Soulfree" and "Lycra," recorded in the mid '90s.
Launching in April, the four-part run will ask artists to centre their sets around a particular country, genre or era.
Larry McCarthy's next 12-inch arrives later this month.
The Nachtdigital curator flexes his techno muscles in this recording from last month's Generation Olganitz party at ://about blank in Berlin.
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202 Future will drop on Seth Troxler's label in April.
The Berlin house mainstay will play Hot Mass and Acid Camp this weekend.
Mute will handle the release of the project's seventh album this April.
The Berlin-based artist will release her latest 12-inch on the London label next week.
The 13th edition of the Dutch festival goes down on June 4th.
It includes collaborations with Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor as well as DFA label mate Nancy Whang.
Derrick Carter, Delano Smith, Edward and Mike Servito have all been booked for the May 27th session.
The troubled EDM holdings company will put the digital download service up for auction in May.
The label welcomes a new producer to their DJ tools series.
Become Alive, produced with former bandmate Nicolas Jaar, is out in April.
84% of the membership voted in favour of London Underground's recent offer.
The Coachella offshoot will also host LCD Soundsystem, Cassy and Madlib across three days in July.
The four-part celebration will kick off with Icicle, Friction and Ulterior Motive.
This year's edition will go down at Fort De Bertheaume, near Brest.
The My Love Is Underground boss will be given full reign of the Boulevard Poissonnière club in April.
Three Australian drug experts have vowed to introduce testing at festivals despite the risk of mass arrests.
The four-track 12-inch hits shelves on April 11th.
The full lineup is in for the August 6th event at Trent Country Park.
Jeremy Underground, Suzanne Kraft and I-F are also confirmed for this year's edition of the Dutch festival.
The Sunday party will open on June 5th.
The New York grime producer gets dark and noisy on the Then Falls Apart mix for Dummy.
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They'll debut their new imprint with the four-track Only You EP.