Saturday, 30 Apr 2016 /
The Berlin-based producer's debut LP comes via Zip and Markus Nikolai's label in July.
The German digger delivers 65 minutes of hard-to-find gems for London's Oval Space, spanning 2-step, techno, classic electro and more.
Friday, 29 Apr 2016 /
"All dancing to recorded or live music [is] banned until the order [is] carried out."
LNS and 214 round out the June bill, set to go down at Kremwerk.
The club's final opening will go down at the end of May.
The store was "burglarized of what little [they] have" last night, according to owner Michael Serafini.
Idle Hands will release the anonymous producer's LP in June.
The party cruises run from June 26th through 30th.
The UK giant has announced the lineup for The Common, with Perc & Truss, Coldcut and Sunil Sharpe among the acts.
Enzo Siragusa and Caleb Calloway will support the German DJ at the Market Sound show on May 14th.
The three-day event takes place in July.
Raster-Noton will also touch down in the Georgian capital next month.
More than 30 names have joined the lineup for the Space Ibiza residency, which kicks off June 5th.
16 acts have joined the bill for the Copenhagen festival, including Blawan, DJ Hell and Shumi.
Ease into the weekend with this soothing house session for Liverpool's MODU:LAR crew.
The New Yorker will land on Radio Slave's label in June.
Thursday, 28 Apr 2016 /
The UK veteran was due to play three shows around the country this weekend.
The London DJ will play gigs throughout the states starting this weekend.
Mike Dunn, Martyn and DJ Richard are also on the sprawling May bill.
30 people have been cited following the April incidents, which resulted in a temporary ban on dance music festivals in Buenos Aires.
Carl Cox, Marco Carola and Solomun are among the artists confirmed for the July event.
The UK duo will release their 11th full-length in June.
Boney M, Martin Circus and Vangelis all get reworked on The Big Cover-Up, due out in June.
The new levy, which will also apply to the rest of the Balearic Islands, will go towards protecting natural resources.
The event-focused app, which allows you to discover the best clubs and DJs wherever you are in the world, has been translated.
The party will return to Sundays at Sankeys Ibiza for its fifth season from June 19th.
The Berlin-based DJ/producer will release Frequent Forrest Turn on Time Passages in June.
The Detroit spin-off has also confirmed Circoloco as one of the summer festival's official partners.
The Parisian selector delivered a lush, slow burning set for our In Residence session at Concrete on April 16th. Here's the recording.
Wednesday, 27 Apr 2016 /
The Strength Music boss will release his second LP in May.
The Houndstooth producer will visit Australia for the first time in May.
Sydney producer Eugene Ward's next release comes via the new Melbourne label in May.
DJs from the much-loved Manhattan club, which closed in 2010, will get together in Williamsburg this weekend.
The label will start off with an EP featuring an Egyptian Lover remix.
The September shows go down at the Fox Theater in Oakland and The Hollywood Bowl.
The UK jock is next in line for the Get Physical mix series.
Bran Shimkovitz's label will issue a tape that Mergia recorded with the Dahlak Band in 1978.
The UK artist will play 11 dates around the continent, including a handful of all-night sets.
14 European clubs will each curate a Friday night at the rooftop venue from May through August.
He'll join Hot Since 82, Jackmaster and Nina Kraviz at the Serbian festival in July.
Source Cognitive Drive - Transmissions 1996-1998 will come out on Ecstatic next month.
The highly sought-after South African dance record is getting a fresh release before the summer.
The turntable is due for release in Autumn.
The UK festival has released the full lineup for its designated dance music stages.
Out in May, Stuff In The Trunk features Miss Kittin on vocals.
The Icelandic artist's contribution to the mix series will come out in June.
The Hackney Wick spot has announced its May schedule in full, with 11 events planned.
Swinging house loops from one of Switzerland's best-known minimalists.
Tuesday, 26 Apr 2016 /
The label calls 'Cortina Kidz' "an overlooked part '80s British acid house history."
The UK producer and singer will perform around the country in July.
The ESP Institute boss will be back to play shows at the end of April.
The two-day festival goes down in late July at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, outside of LA.
Roundabout Records is on track to open for business in mid-2016.
The modern funk artist will take over the long-running weekly with a four hour Prince set.
The promoters have announced a new location and dates for their outdoor parties this spring and summer.
"There's something big behind this."
The second wave of our year-long party series sees us head to Lisbon, Helsinki and Barcelona.
For Those Of You Who Have Never (And Also Those Who Have) is out in June.
The Swiss label's second full-length arrives in June.
The London promoter will host its first residency on the island this summer, running for 13 Thursdays starting on June 9th.
The club-focused singles will arrive on the duo's own label Delicacies, with the first out in May.
The UK club has released its bookings for the next few months, confirming slots for Levon Vincent, Pangaea and Hunee among others.
The Argentinian capital's mayor has made the move until new drug legislation comes into play.
Just A Clown on Crack arrives via Dekmantel on May 11th.
Through a mix of club nights, talks and exhibitions, the year-long effort will "seek to celebrate UK nightlife and its cultural heritage."
The DDJ-RB and DDJ-RR will be available in May.
Yuri Suzuki and Moog need your recordings to create a modular synthesiser installation that allows users to "synthesize environmental sounds from around the world."
Feel good house and disco grooves for the Feel My Bicep blog.
Monday, 25 Apr 2016 /
The Polish artist and Recognition boss will release his next LP in June.
The local duo will perform with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as part of the four-day festival in September.
It's an updated version of his 2015 album that includes new tracks and vocalists.
It's the final entry in a trilogy that Drew Lustman produced between 2009 and 2012.
Part two of the Narita Remixed series arrives in May.
The 2006 Audion single has been reworked by Boys Noize, Dense & Pika and Jamie Jones among others.
The Diynamic chief has announced all of this year's guests, with Joseph Capriati, DJ Koze and Âme also billed.
Cocoon and Diynamic will each host an event at Frankfurt's Stadionbad in June.
The robots will swing through for nine dates in September.
Run by DJ/producer Mikaela, the Monday night techno party will span 12 weeks from June 27th.
Villalobos has teamed up with Argenis Brito for the two-track effort.
Len Faki, Dave Clarke and Stephan Bodzin are also confirmed for the Carpentras festival's sixth edition in July.
Three sought-after boogie seven-inches will come out next week.
Sunday, 24 Apr 2016 /
Animal Collective and Diplo also figure into the new LP, Lemonade.
Saturday, 23 Apr 2016 /
The label also has new EPs from Powerdance and Underspreche in the offing.
This rare set from the Auxiliary founder, recorded at Ohm in Berlin last December, encompasses tracks from Rrose, Orphx, Abdulla Rashim and plenty of original material new and old.
Friday, 22 Apr 2016 /
The Belgian's first full-length, which is split into three volumes, is out on We Play House.
The LA-based techno jock will play Not Deep Turnt next weekend.
The Sunday night event will go down at TV Lounge.
They'll be joined by Doorly at the reopened venue in Bushwick next month.
Dustin O'Halloran—of A Winged Victory For The Sullen—also features on the post-classical collection, out in July.
Via App and Gobby are also booked for the two-night event next month.
D.KO artist Flabaire will open for Olivier Portal's collaborative performance in June.
Les Siestes Électroniques will arrive on Pluie/Noir next month.
The venue is galvanizing international support as it tries to reopen amid a protracted legal battle between the venue's two owners.
Sub Club's best-known party turns 22 this weekend, and to help celebrate the crew compiled 22 cuts that have been with them for a lot of the way.
The Barcelona party prepares for its fourth and final season at Space, where it will run for 17 weeks.
Underground Resistance, The Black Madonna and Richie Hawtin are amongst those offering their thoughts and praise.
The Fade To Mind duo's Lullabies series reaches its third instalment, a silky blend of R&B, tarraxinha and zouk.
Thursday, 21 Apr 2016 /
The 2012 full-length has been put to wax for the first time, along with a remix EP headed up by Abdulla Rashim.
The Japanese house and techno artist will visit Australia for the first time in April.
The UK artist will visit Australia at the end of April.
The Dutch cult favorite will repress a couple of his classics, plus Aroy Dee's debut release from 2003.
The Kompression event will go down next weekend.
Tied is also planning boat parties in Detroit, during Movement weekend, and back in the Windy City.
Prince Rogers Nelson—a towering influence on electronic music and one of the most important figures in pop history—has died aged 57.
The third edition of the Italian experimental festival will also feature sets from Donato Dozzy and Lee Gamble.
The record will land via Ninja Tune next month.
The producer's first release since last year's much-loved album Elaenia drops in July.
The opening concert takes place on October 19th.
The Belgian's techno residency will run on Sundays from June 19th at Privilege's Vista Club.
Label boss Gilb'R says the record is "probably our oddest release to date."
Luciano, Gregor Tresher and Carl Cox are also locked in for sets at Messepark in Mainz this July.
The Bala Club artist juggles tracks from Kamixlo, Total Freedom, Sami Baha and Elysia Crampton in this mix for FACT.
We speak with Machinedrum and Braille about their collaborative comeback.
Wednesday, 20 Apr 2016 /
Gerd Janson's label has teamed up with the Stuttgart staple for the two-tracker.
Jimpster's label will issue the five-piece various artists collection in June.
The Berlin residents will play for As You Like It and Fine Time in June.
The Sunday-night event at Bert's will also feature Octave One and Terrence Dixon.
Moogfest will also host the US debut of his live audiovisual performance, The Nøtel.
The smaller StereoBar will also be celebrating its second anniversary.
Following appearances on Crosstown Rebels, Leftroom and Visionquest, the Leeds artist is setting up her own outlet.
The Geneva festival, which opens next week, will also feature Nøtel, Kode9's new show with Lawrence Lek.
Todd Terry, Lil' Louis and Jeremy Underground also feature in the rooftop venue's upcoming schedule.
The soon-to-be-shuttered club has announced a raft of names for this summer's in-house residency.
The day/night party will take place at Mantra Live, AKA Wellington Mill, on May 1st.
Former resident Eric Labbé and Lyon digger Sacha Mambo will also play at the Nanterre farm next week.
Maceo Plex and Maya Jane Coles have also been billed for the Portuguese event in August.
The four-tracker, which comes out in May, also features cuts from Duckett and label owner Steevio.
Blackest Ever Black will release the duo's next record in June.
DJ Koze, Pearson Sound, Scuba and Radio Slave will all play Tuesday night party Mosaic By Maceo in 2016.
Tuesday, 19 Apr 2016 /
The Nous alum and Boredoms collaborator will release Zurhyrethm in June.
New pressings are on the way via Domino.
The Italian house and techno pair will play three shows at the end of this month.
The Brooklyn producer, who just released the Potential LP on Domino, will play 17 dates over the next few months.
The Movement afterparty, thrown by Kai Alce's NDATL, happens the Saturday night of the festival weekend.
The indoor and outdoor venue will open at a new location in the East Williamsburg industrial park next month.
Sigma Flare II will come through Debacle next month.
Twentyears, which comes with a 16-page booklet, will land in June.
The Brooklyn loft party has announced two upcoming events, including one this Friday.
Luke Abbott, Greg Wilson and Joey Negro also form part of the Hertfordshire festival's dance music contingent.
The new festival goes down in September.
The 24-track mix is out in June.
The audiovisual installations will be "spun from and centered around RVNG's Lower East Side nest."
A four-tracker from the label co-founder will land in May.
The UK producer remains focused on issues of technology and privacy on OTR.
The party will run the Basement on Thursdays, with Margaret Dygas, Thomas Melchior and Barac also featuring.
The Subtext conspirator serves up a collage of academic electronic music for Secret Thirteen.
Monday, 18 Apr 2016 /
Hardfloor and Posthuman also contribute tracks.
DeFeKT is taking on a new alias to help inaugurate Richard Brophy's new label.
Marshall Applewhite and The Friend will bring the 'sludge' sound to the east side this weekend.
They're also launching spatial audio, a new feature simulating the way we hear sound in a live setting.
The new annual event focuses on experimental music and interdisciplinary arts.
Lee Burridge's outdoor series will host a summer season opening party in New York in June.
The week-by-week lineups are in, confirming Sven Väth for 15 shows.
The Scottish DJ has selected some of his favourite wax tracks for us, with nods to Underground Resistance, Drexciya and DJ Assault among others.
The German producer will release part two of his minimalist composition next month.
The seven-tracker will come out in June.
The LP, out on Brownswood Recordings in June, is inspired by the music of Peru.
Sean Canty and Miles Whittaker will perform as part of the first Stour Space Weekender at the end of May.
Following the allegations made by Ronald Savage last month, a further three men have come forward accusing the "Planet Rock" producer of molestation.
The first names for this year's edition of the Rotterdam event have been revealed.
The 250-capacity space launched in Groningen earlier this month.
The Spanish festival has added a new electronic arena for this year, with Four Tet and Floating Points also booked.
Midland, Gilles Peterson and Mr Scruff will also touch down in the newly-leased spot in the coming months.
Sunday, 17 Apr 2016 /
The deaths are suspected to be from drug overdoses.
Saturday, 16 Apr 2016 /
Kyle Hall's label delivered a silkscreened six-tracker to select stores today.
The Polish producer lays down a wild set for Inverted Audio.
Friday, 15 Apr 2016 /
The April event, going down at a TBA location, is being organized by the Track Number label.
The six-track EP, out next week, is their second collaborative record under the name asda.
The UK grime artist was set to play Coachella this weekend, among other American gigs.
The Parisian producer will play seven dates in May.
There have been nearly 640,000 LPs purchased in the first quarter of 2016.
The two-day festival will go down in August.
Cromie, M|O|O|N and Mechatok are all on the new album, with a few exclusive edits.
They'll host Jayda G at smartbar and then Aurora Halal's Detroit debut during Movement.
The limited-edition turntable is out in June with a price of £2,799.
"I don't want young and creative Londoners abandoning our city to head to Amsterdam, to Berlin, to Prague where clubs are supported and allowed to flourish."
It's the first of a series of updates to the affordable groovebox.
The 21-year-old techno album will get a fresh release in May.
The first names are in for the Irish festival's 16th edition, which returns to St Columbs Hall, Derry this summer.
You can stream an excerpt of Exit now.
April's party will go down at Market Sound on the 30th, with Mano Le Tough also booked.
The new Night Slugs signee offers 45 minutes of Transatlantic club tracks.
Thursday, 14 Apr 2016 /
Arkajo, one half of the popular Swedish house duo, will also release an EP on the label this summer.
The Prologue artist will head down to Australia in May.
The famed Berghain bouncer's photographs will be on display from May 5th at aMBUSH Gallery.
Azymuth, Antal and Tim Sweeney will also play the May event.
Believe You Me will host a party for the Japanese label in May.
Four live gigs—two each on the East Coast and Midwest—are confirmed for the Giegling affiliate.
Beats 1 Radio host Zane Lowe also hinted that Pharell Williams is on the record, which drops May 6th.
They'll take over the newly opened Analog BKNY in Gowanus towards the end of this month.
The London label Organic Analogue has some old jungle and some new techno from the Cardiff producer.
The Chicago festival will return to Oakwood Beach in July.
It's located at The Laundry in London Fields.
Volume 2: 1985 – 1990 will come out via the Brit's On-U Sound label in June, featuring music from Lee "Scratch" Perry and Dub Syndicate.
The Los Angeles native is next in line for !K7's long-running series, out in May.
The summit will take place in November.
The producer-vocalist's 11-track LP arrives on May 27th.
Sawlin and Mørbeck both feature on the techno outlet's new venture.
Steve Lawler, Butch, San Proper and more will play the US DJ's roving party on June 16th at Catwalk.
The French producer's first LP is coming out in June.
The promoter will host five poolside parties in as many days in June, with Sven Väth, Apollonia and Mathew Jonson among the names.
The French festival will host a series of free events across the two cities through June and July.
Jeremy Underground, Konstantin and Tama Sumo are also billed for the five-stage Dutch festival.
Eight more acts have been added to the bill for the September festival in Maidstone, Kent.
Check out this live session from undergound house music's pre-eminent jam band courtesy of LA promoters Fine Time.
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2016 /
The New York producer's latest release was inspired by the short-lived science fiction drama Nowhere Man .
The Corner label boss has Melbourne and Sydney gigs lined up for May.
Delia Derbyshire's take on the iconic Dr. Who theme appears on the 45-track collection.
The Phuture man has four club shows and three lectures pencilled in for June and July.
Eva Bowan will launch the imprint intended for female-identified or non-binary artists.
The UK producer will put out his first 10-inch of 2016 in May.
The Nation boss will play a party co-presented by Always Human Tapes at 1010 Workshop later this month.
The broken beat pioneer will spin alongside FaltyDL at the LA party next weekend.
The two will share the bill in DC, Chicago and Vancouver, before The Drifter and one more Maeve affiliate, Baikal, link up for four Mexico gigs.
The first EP from the project will come out via Short Trips in May.
The 16-track set, originally released in 1980, is the San Francisco label's latest archival endeavor.
It's the company's first new product since declaring bankruptcy in 2014.
The 50th anniversary edition went on sale in Japan this morning for $3,300 each.
The Barcelona promoter has seven shows planned across the complex with the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Maceo Plex, Nina Kraviz and DJ Koze.
The popular English house DJ will play Disclosure's Wild Life in late April, followed by some club gigs in May.
Vril, Sam Paganini and Luigi Madonna will also play at 105 Stadium on April 30th.
The Belgian supplies a four-track 12-inch for the first release in the Dutch crew's new series for trippy sounds.
The ambient trio's second full-length arrives in June.
Perc, Cooly G and the NTIA's Alan Miller have all joined the bill for the industry get-together, which starts this week.
The PAN label boss has linked up with visual artist Spiros Hadjidjanos for a show at the Volksbühne Theater on April 30th.
The LP, which Jack Hamill originally produced eight years ago, will land in late May.
Convextion, Peder Mannerfelt and Ancient Methods will also play the Spanish festival's second edition in October.
The label will wind down one series, PLANETS, with a John Osborn & Tallmen785 EP next month, and start a new one, DRED, this fall.
Smoky, low-slung sounds in the meandyou. resident's Blowing Up The Workshop mix, recorded "one lazy afternoon" at The Soup Kitchen in Manchester.
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2016 /
The Australian outfit will play in Spain, the UK and Australia in June and July.
The techno duo will launch it with a new EP in May.
The Live At Robert Johnson artist will play Perth, Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney this month.
The NYC duo will play four shows around the country in April and May.
The Hyperdub artist will head out across North America in June and July in support of her new record.
The grime selector will headline at Trans Pecos in Queens next month.
The two artists are billed at Oberlin College's Dionysus Disco.
Amnesia Scanner, Jlin and Sunn O))) are also booked for the festival's second Canadian edition in June.
The platform, which has offices in Brooklyn, specializes in "house, soul, disco, jazz and electronic genres."
The Frankfurt producer will play alongside Martyn this weekend at Newspeak.
The council says it needs to "balance the needs of businesses against the rights of our residents to a good night's sleep."
Seth Troxler, Tale Of Us, Gerd Janson, John Talabot and DVS1 are all playing DC-10 on May 23rd.
DVS1, Magda and Karenn will also play at the Italian venue in April.
A three-tracker is next up in the Swedish synth maker's 12-inch series.
Jackie House, Steve Bug and DJ Minx are among other additions to the Boston festival in May.
A back-to-back set from Jamie Jones and Joseph Capriati is also locked in for this year's event, which goes down on August 12th and 13th.
The promoter will host five events in four days this June, taking over a never-before-used private beach at Parc Del Forum.
Seven tracks make it onto the Berlin label's next 12-inch.
An online campaign has been started to try and get Hackney Council to review its legislation, but the club insists its future "lies elsewhere."
The iconic North London venue, now under the ownership of The Columbo Group, has undergone a £3 million renovation.
Dice's "Get Comfy" collaboration with UK MC Giggs has been reworked six times.
The crew behind the club music blog go in for Symbols, throwing together tracks from Coil, Kuedo, Roly Porter, SHALT and Rushmore, among others.
Monday, 11 Apr 2016 /
The Japanese producer makes his debut on Jacques Renault & Nik Mercer's label later this month.
A strong contingent of Giegling artists, including Edward, Konstantin and DJ Dustin, are also on the beachside bill.
The Canadian duo will play shows all around the country from the end of this month.
Honey Dijon is also on the lineup for next month's gig at Sugar Hill Disco.
The local commission voted 4-2 last week to give a permit to the Armory in The Mission District.
The Bremen, Germany producer will headline Public Works in late April.
The Fachwerk man will hit Toronto and Montreal in May.
Houndstooth will release the LP in June.
The Collective Rights Management Directive is meant to sort out problems with licensing in the EU.
Spiritland follows releases for 1080p and 100% Silk.
The three-part Liverpool series kicks off in May, with follow-up events in July and August.
The offshoot, launching in April, will release conceptual EPs and mini-albums.
Tama Sumo, Barac, Aurora Halal and Jeremy Underground will also play the Parisian festival in July.
The South London club's latest layout addition will open in June, with Sankeys, Crew Love and Cocoon all taking over the space in the coming months.
Six artists on the Hamburg-based label will tour South America this month.
The two records will follow a 12-inch from Ctrls that's due out this week.
Ben UFO, Helena Hauff, Gilb'R and Zenker Brothers have been confirmed for the festival's second edition in southern France this June.
The Dalston venue says it's closing because of the "licensing climate" in the Hackney council area.
Dygas is up first with the Even 11 EP, followed by Spacetravel's first release on the Berlin label.
The two DJs will launch the new series in Cologne this month.
Saturday, 09 Apr 2016 /
The filmmaker and musician, who worked with Faust and La Monte Young, passed away on April 9th.
Cosmic Chronic will release the Miami band's first LP next week.
The Berlin DJ and Slices Of Life boss turns in an hour of deep, vibrant house music for Input Selector.
Friday, 08 Apr 2016 /
The New York disco legend will return to Australia in April for three gigs.
Powel will also stop by the weekly in April.
The British singer and producer will release the LP in June.
The Detroit-rooted DJs will play at Gramps alongside Zernell in late April.
Juju & Jordash, Palms Trax and Joey Anderson are among those helping represent the Amsterdam brand at five US events.
The two UK bass heads will head to the Big Apple to play a warehouse party next month.
The Norwegian superstar will rework Beranek's 1981 effort, Dra Te Hælvete.
The Jersey club producer and former Brick Bandit will drop a mixtape, The Sound: Vol. 1., next month.
The new triple LP collects highlights from the Finnish producer's ongoing series.
The news follows a bankruptcy filing and the resignation of its former CEO Robert Sillerman.
Erol Alkan and Richard Norris's psychedelic project will return this July.
The intimate UK festival will return in May with Nicolas Lutz, Bill Brewster and Psychemagik.
The intimate Welsh festival's next edition will run from July 8th through 11th.
The FF6.2 is on display at Musikmesse.
Oscar Powell and Jaime Williams' label will issue the former White Car man's LP in May.
A selection of big name DJs are also lined up to play the masquerade ball at Troxy this month.
The two DJs will resurrect their legendary back-to-back partnership in Kent this September.
The ambient artist stitches together a wild vinyl mix featuring Boards Of Canada, Moondog and The Beatles.
Thursday, 07 Apr 2016 /
The Detroit producer's first solo release since his 2015 album comes via his own Sistrum Recordings.
The weekly Sunday party kicks off again on April 10th with Magic Touch.
The Future Times duo will play four shows around the country this month.
The Amsterdam brand will bring Marcellus Pittman, Joey Anderson and Juju & Jordash to Japan in April.
The NYPD has confirmed that Jen Schiffer was booked for writing bad checks that amount to $31,000.
The FXHE boss will spin all night at TV Lounge in late April.
Nils Frahm and Run The Jewels guest on the famed beatmaker's first full-length in five years.
The music retail site says they've paid out $4.3M in the last 30 days alone.
The techno institution will take over the Waagnatie Expo & Events complex on April 15th and 16th.
The Barcelona festival's first German edition will happen in June.
The event's first edition goes down at East London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on September 18th.
The Young Echo member, best known as El Kid, will release the conceptual two-tracker on Friday.
The two-day event goes down in the Italian coastal town of Rimini May.
The programme for Sónar's tech-focused conferences has been announced.
Floating Points, Kamasi Washington, Four Tet and MCDE are among the names confirmed to touch down in southern France this July.
Organisers say they will "return in 2017, bigger and better."
The vogue beats virtuoso mixes on The Lot Radio with special guests Leggo and quest?onmarc.
Wednesday, 06 Apr 2016 /
The new version of Go Bang! #5 comes with an unreleased Walter Gibbons mix .
The LA festival goes down at the Teragram Ballroom across a weekend in August.
Nine gigs are confirmed, starting with Cityfox in Brooklyn this Saturday.
The California promoters will host the FXHE boss in May.
The "no-frills loft space" will be open from April 15th to 30th, with events put on by a few different house and techno crews.
Their track 'De Natte Cell'—which debuted in Troxler's DJ Kicks mix—will come with two remixes.
The New York duo's fifth LP lands in June.
Benga, DJ Hype and Zed Bias are also among the 80 artists added to the Croatian bass music festival's bill.
The Swedish techno producers will return to Shifted's label in June with SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs.
As it does every year, the Munich club will devote the entire month's programme to female DJs.
Afro-Cuban Electronics is due out in a couple months.
Answer Code Request and Kobosil will also DJ together at the Dutch festival's first edition.
The HRM-5 and HRM-6 are available in June.
Trippy, groovy and sophisticated, this set for feeder sound
is a good indicator on what's to come on Alexandra and Vera's new
Tuesday, 05 Apr 2016 /
The new imprint, which launches next week, is for 7-inch singles.
Omar-S and Kenji Takimi will help launch Sankeys TYO on April 23rd.
Gilles Peterson, The Black Madonna and the Rush Hour Allstars will also play the Japanese festival from April 29th.
The Northern Electronics boss is stateside for two gigs this weekend.
The LA artist will release Liquid Cool via her label in June.
LA techno artist Israel Vines rounds out the May bill.
LoveTrue, directed by Israeli filmmaker Alma Har'el, will premiere in New York this month.
The industrial duo are back with their first music since 2008.
The Parisian producer provides the second record of 2016 for Silent Servant's label.
The pair's collaborative performance will kick off an event series hosted by Electropark in the Italian city.
DJ Python and Sleeper Cell also contribute tracks to the four-track EP, which is out next month.
John Digweed, Josh Wink and Fatboy Slim have also been added to the list of acts playing this summer.
The warehouse event series will return in April.
Matt Edwards' latest 12-inch lands on Rekids in late May.
Ata, Ivan Smagghe, Daniel Avery and Fort Romeau will play the newly-launched event series this month.
The conceptual album lands on May 20th.
The ex-Studio man will release the eight-track LP on Smalltown Supersound in June.
Andy Cato and Tom Findlay's 26-track selection is coming out in May.
The Dutch festival will throw an open-air party in Spain in June.
Mike Dunn, Jus-Ed and Zenker Brothers are among the names confirmed for a string of parties in Bucharest across the coming weeks.
More names have joined the bill for the London festival, which is going down this July.
The Toraiz SP-16 is out this summer.
The two-day party will take place in Dublin's city centre.
The French selector lays down breezy house and disco ahead of his set at our La Source in-store
session in Paris this Saturday.
The techno icon is also preparing a new Sleeper Wakes album called Free Fall Galaxy.
Monday, 04 Apr 2016 /
The upstate New York festival has announced a new batch of names.
The duo recorded a live set as Tropical Agitation live at Concrete in Paris last year.
The Berlin duo's new album, The Yard Work Simulator, is out in May.
Colin McBean is doing a Canadian weekender.
Malin Genie, Franck Roger and Teflon Dons all feature on the label's upcoming double-pack.
Path Integral will see release at the end of this month.
Tim Green, Dana Ruh and Ilario Alicante appear on the German's next official mix.
The three-day event will also host Barnt, Axel Boman and Job Jobse.
A team of judges will select four up-and-coming producers from underrepresented backgrounds for a month-long residency.
Events will take place at Watergate and Ritter Butzke simultaneously, with 14 of the label's artists confirmed to play three sets each.
The first of 19 events takes place on May 30th.
The theme is dislocation, which will cover the festival's flagship edition in Kraków this October plus other events across the globe.
Eric Cloutier and Tin Man are also confirmed for the May party, which runs for over 30 hours.
Sunday, 03 Apr 2016 /
Rohan Walder will drop a two-tracker on the Dutch label in May.
Saturday, 02 Apr 2016 /
New releases come from Homemade Weapons, Clarity and Nucleus & Paradox.
Friday, 01 Apr 2016 /
He's also shared a mix of all-new material.
The beloved Movement afterparty returns to Tangent Gallery in late May.
The Brooklyn nightclub, which was seized on Wednesday due to nonpayment of taxes, will open its doors tonight.
VSSL and Mount Analog have put together a party headlined by the Drexciyan DJ.
The Rush Hour man will play San Francisco and LA this June.
The weekly queer-oriented residency launches at the Manhattan club this Sunday.
The latest various artists 12-inch from the singular Berlin label popped up today.
Mike Servito and Gunnar Haslam are on remix duty.
The new album, out in April, sees Stott again collaborating with vocalist Alison Skidmore.
Zaltan and Planète Sauvage will all spin in the shop as part of our In Residence stint in Paris.
#C2CMLN will run April 7th through 9th.
Boo Williams, Lovefingers and the Body & Soul crew are also confirmed for the five-day event at Cariocas Beach.
"We had a bold vision, a revolutionary one," says the founder of the bankrupted dance music company.
It's Harry Agius's first release on his own label since 2013.
The Italian DJ will man the decks throughout Music On's fifth summer at Amnesia.
The Berlin-based selector supplies the latest Groove podcast with a typically classy house and techno set.
Thursday, 31 Mar 2016 /
The new label is inspired by the KAOS parties in London.