Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017 /
A collection of his notes, scores, tapes and other ephemera will be on display for the first time ever starting this week.
The seven-track EP was recorded entirely on two eight-track samplers.
Pete Swanson and Jed Bindeman are behind the new archival imprint.
Moritz von Oswald is booked for the opening night.
Rick Bull describes the LP as "the one where I've had least to prove to anyone."
The plan is a cheaper alternative to the £9.99 option, which is now called SoundCloud Go+.
Monday, 27 Feb 2017 /
Music For Dreams will release the double-LP assembled by the Düsseldorf artist.
The directive comes in the wake of the tragic Ghost Ship fire.
The six-track release is coming out on Sutherland's Clarity Recordings label next month.
Mike Dunn, Luke Vibert and Pye Corner Audio feature on the collection, which comes on a USB stick shaped like a TB-303 synthesizer.
The mix was recorded at Brooklyn club Output during NYE two months ago.
The veteran DJ said he's "stripping it down" to "unadulterated techno and house."
The German techno artist's third LP for the label is out in April.
It features new technology for processing a sound separately from its transient.
The Maltese producer was involved in a quad bike accident in Mosta on Sunday afternoon.
Saturday, 25 Feb 2017 /
Jon Hassell, Ariel Kalma and David Cunningham are featured on the 14-track set.
Friday, 24 Feb 2017 /
7-inches from Derrick May and Carl Craig will be sold at tomorrow's grand opening ceremony.
Split Vol. 2 is out now on Lowtec's label.
The DeepMind 12 is just the beginning of a bigger shift toward the synth market.
An EP collecting four mixes of the 1981 Night Moves track "Transdance" is part of the label's next batch of records.
Thursday, 23 Feb 2017 /
The Canadian duo's experiments in noise and industrial are collected on Archive 1993/1994.
The respected Jersey club producer has compiled 15 unreleased tracks, many of which have already racked up millions of views on YouTube.
The venue laid out plans for a revamped 6,000-capacity space at a community board meeting last week.
The 11-track double-vinyl LP is scheduled for a March release on Going Good.
The Irish techno and house artist put the project together with tracks he recorded during a busy period back in 2013.
Craig's collaborative project with Francesco Tristano and Les Siècles Orchestra will start off by releasing two versions of 'Sandstorms.'
The store is moving from its Stokes Croft premises after six years.
The Frenchman's first release for the famed Cologne label will come out in April.
Marcel Dettmann, Ben Sims and Planetary Assault Systems will join the Berlin DJ on April 30th.
Hamburg and the western district of Altona have pledged the money.
June 9th's warm-up event will be split into day and night sections, with workshops, talks and exhibitions also planned.
Terrence Fixmer, Patrice Bäumel and Ewan Pearson have also taken a swing at album cut "Where's The Revolution."
Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017 /
The chamber group's new album is out on Erased Tapes in May.
The Italian deep techno duo's first full vinyl release arrives in the spring.
It'll happen every Saturday at Heart Nightclub.
Nicuri and a producer called Art Gallery also contribute a track each to the Immaculate Inception EP.
The Expanding Domain is out later this week.
Concrete Desert pairs Kevin Martin with drone metal royalty Dylan Carlson.
Out in April, the self-titled LP will come with artwork from longtime collaborator Jesse Kanda.
The New York producer's first 12-inch of 2017 is out in April.
Ahead of our final In Residence party at Bassiani, Friday's three-hour warm-up will feature Terekke, HVL and Zurkin & Vakho.
Kerri Chandler, Danny Krivit and Amp Fiddler are among the names booked for the June 10th event at Finsbury Park.
Venues in Stoke and Kent are also in the works.
Fear Paralysis is out in April.
The 1000-capacity Digbeth venue will open on March 17th.
The album is out March 3rd.
ONE is a low latency module retailing for under $200.
Tuesday, 21 Feb 2017 /
Recognition will release the LP in March.
The event goes down at Virginia Key beach during WMC week.
source book 1 catalogs the German label's releases and projects since 1996.
Jamie xx, Mike Servito and Sampha will also perform at the Victoria Park festival's 15th edition.
Errorsmith, Avalon Emerson and Midland will also appear at the DJ duo's 20th anniversary celebration.
We're teaming up with Absolut and four of the UK's most forward-thinking promoters to bring you a new perspective on some of nightlife's most distinctive names.
"If the thought of an upcoming gig is making me actually physically sick and on verge of a nervous breakdown, then clearly something is wrong," the techno artist says.
With no digital version or repress planned, copies of the record disappeared last night.
Monday, 20 Feb 2017 /
Fracture is out in March.
Stefan Betke will contribute the next record in the series which uses Conrad Schnitzler's archive as the basis for new compositions.
Jack Hamill's first material for the label in four years is out next month.
There are parties planned in Barcelona, Istanbul and Berlin in the coming months.
The three-track release is a collaboration between the Irish label and Dublin producer Compassion Crew.
It's the Amsterdam-based artist's second full-length.
Zadig, Johannes Heil and Electric Rescue also supply tracks
The designers say the E370 is "the most technically advanced Euro oscillator available."
Terence Fixmer and Nitzer Ebb vocalist Douglas McCarthy continue their longtime collaboration on a new three-tracker that lands in March.
Saturday, 18 Feb 2017 /
The label is also re-releasing Robert Owens' "I'll Be Your Friend."
Friday, 17 Feb 2017 /
If passed, the law could dramatically alter the state's club scene.
The band has announced their supporting acts for eight gigs in June and July.
Over 20 new footwork tracks are included.
Maya Bouldry-Morrison's second full-length lands on Honey Soundsystem in April.
Lil Louis headlines the opening on March 11th.
It's the drum & bass artist's first LP as Goldie since 2008.
Thursday, 16 Feb 2017 /
Theory Of Flo Remixed also features reworks from Kornél Kovács, Throwing Shade and Auntie Flo himself.
The creator of popular synths like the Minilogue, MS-20 Mini and Volca range made the announcement via Facebook.
The inaugural BPM Festival in Portugal, planned for September 2017, will still go ahead as planned.
Steffen Berkhahn will play from start to finish at eight clubs around the world in 2017, with stops in London, New York and Tokyo.
Something Weirdcore will be out in late March.
The UK producer's latest full-length will hit the shelves in April.
Maceo Plex, Tale Of Us and Nicole Moudaber will also feature as part of the music conference's tenth anniversary celebrations at Dalt Vila.
The Scottish producer's second album for the label is out later this month.
Zenker Brothers, Dorisburg and Cristi Cons have also joined the bill for the new Portuguese festival.
The LP will be released under Murphy's HM505 alias in April.
It's the Berlin-based techno artist's first release since 2014's Flatland LP.
The four-track record arrives in March.
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2017 /
It "links Shed to other boundary-breaking artists, such as Ryuichi Sakamoto, Brian Eno and Carsten Nicolai," according to Monkeytown.
DJ Sprinkles, Peter Van Hoesen and DJ Sotofett & Fett Burger will all play the Victorian camping festival this Easter.
The Good Timin' boss's full-length was co-engineered by CZ Wang of Mood Hut.
The LP, which features Palmistry and P Money, among others, is due out in April.
The Georgian label's next EP features all Japanese producers.
The Hamburg outlet is also launching a sub-label called Down By The Lake.
The LP, which fuses electronic music with ambient and classical, will see release via Deutsche Grammophon in March.
The London duo's second LP is out in April.
The Basque producer's OST for the film—released on the 80th anniversary of the tragedy—is out in April.
Aurora Halal, Courtesy and Tony Humphries are all locked in for our collaboration with the Ferropolis giant.
The Digbeth spot will launch as a 1000-capacity space in March, before expanding to 4000 in July.
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2017 /
A new full-length from the US deep house favorite lands in late March.
The LP draws from private press records made between 1978 and 1982 that Brian Eno once considered releasing.
The three Detroit producers have teamed up for an EP on Yore Records, due out March 31st.
Music Goes Further have released more names for their upcoming events in Estonia and Sweden.
The Programm LPs outline a pivotal moment in German music history.
The album, inspired by soundsystem culture and an early 20th century Russian art movement, is out next month.
Underground Resistance, James Ruskin and Convextion are among the headliners for the Easter bank holiday event.
Experimental acts Alessandro Adriani and Deena Abdelwahed are locked in for the opening on Thursday, March 23rd.
The artist's "friends who work in D.C." have given him insider information on the US president.
Two remix EPs are also on the way, featuring versions by Ricardo Villalobos, Vilod and Burnt Friedman.
The trio will perform alongside different acts across each night of their seven-date residency in March.
Fatima Yamaha, Floating Points and Talaboman have also been added to the French festival's night programme.
The category, which features labels like Frustrated Funk and The Bunker New York, is part of the digital outlet's separation of commercial and underground dance styles.
The London label's hand-numbered, five-disc compilation lands in early spring.
The film premiered at Berlin International Film Festival on Sunday.
Boney's Saturday night gig will wrap up next weekend after a two year run.
Monday, 13 Feb 2017 /
The record popped up at Hard Wax today.
No one was injured in the incident, and the club is reopening tonight.
As of May 2017, the electronic music trailblazer's writing and recordings will be accessible online.
The first release is a single-sided 10-inch from UK grime producer Boylan.
The techno label has outlined its next three releases.
Cocoon will host a stage on the five-day voyage, with Mathew Jonson and Dana Ruh also billed.
The three-track 12-inch lands on the UK label in March.
The US synth outfit, best known for their work on the Stranger Things soundtrack, will play dates in France, Netherlands, Germany and the UK.
Saturday, 11 Feb 2017 /
The tenth anniversary album from the Italian label also includes reworks from Red Axes and Roy Davis Jr.
Friday, 10 Feb 2017 /
The collaborative 12-inch is out on Mosaic in April.
The Japanese festival has announced the first acts for this year's edition.
The six-track package will come out on Agoria's Sapiens label this month.
On February 25th, a €15 ticket will grant you access to 20 Amsterdam clubs, including De School, Shelter and Melkweg.
Thursday, 09 Feb 2017 /
Move D, Fred P, I:Cube and Gigi Masin are among those featured on the double-CD collection, out in April.
It's coming out on Blu-ray and CD in March.
Carter Bros, dmz and 12" Phildo are also on board for the 12-hour techno session as part of Adelaide Fringe Festival in February.
Honey Dijon and Elysia Crampton will also take part in the February program at the art museum.
Mathew Jonson and Rebekah are among the other acts confirmed for the four-day event in Geneva.
The Belgian act's latest LP was recorded live in one take with a seven-piece band.
The classic EP, a split release by the late James Stinson and Sherard Ingram, will hit shelves in April.
T-shirts, slipmats and tote bags are all available from our official online shop.
Disquiet, commissioned by US artist Helios and his Unseen label, aims to support nonprofits like The Trevor Project and the Natural Resources Defense Council.
The Berghain resident's ten-track effort is due out in April.
Butch, Carl Cox and Chris Liebing are also locked in for this year's edition of the Mannheim event.
Tunes from DJ Stingray, Stanislav Tolkachev and Dillinja appear on the 30-track set.
Ben UFO, Pearson Sound and Pangaea will play extended back-to-back sets in Berlin, Leeds, Vancouver and more.
On-board effects, drive circuit and CV control are included.
Bicep, Denis Sulta and Bjarki are also locked for the 20th edition of the German event.
Wednesday, 08 Feb 2017 /
A trio of 12-inches features material from Rhadoo, Laurine Frost and Oshana, among others.
The set of four reworks, also featuring Stenny and Reeko, lands next month.
Inspiration for the book comes from Jaar's recent online radio project.
In a letter on Twitter, the duo also promised "a few special things" this year.
The Manchester artist's first album is out February 10th.
The Boston festival has also booked Volvox and Clark for its next edition in May.
The three-track effort lands on the German producer's home label in March.
The French producer digs through more old Chinese vinyl for his latest hip-hop record, out in March.
S/W is out on Spectrum Spools in April.
The Iranian-born artist will not play February 18th's Do Not Sleep event at Halcyon in San Francisco.
Friday's daytime lineup, which has been curated by the Russian DJ, also features Fred P, Bjarki and Aleksi Perälä.
Limited copies will appear in Berlin's Hard Wax shop in the coming weeks.
The second edition of the three-day event will go from March 31st through April 2nd.
The two LPs will land on Ron Morelli's label in the coming weeks.
Tuesday, 07 Feb 2017 /
In addition to merchandise, there will also be a display of the French duo's musical paraphernalia.
The electronic duo, who disbanded amid controversy in 1992, have also promised new music this year.
The follow-up to Clouds is coming in April.
Their first release is a two-track EP from South London producers Phrased and Ron Obvious.
A second 12-inch from the brotherly duo is due out next month.
It's the debut LP from the grime and garage trio, also known as TQD.
Dave Clarke and Kingdom will also play the April 1st festival.
Raresh, Margaret Dygas and Hercules & Love Affair have also been locked in for the August event.
The Dutch institution is returning to Spain this summer.
Marcel Dettmann, Hessle Audio and Binh are also locked in for the Croatian event.
Barnbarn is a vinyl-only outlet reserved mostly for Boman's own music.
Monday, 06 Feb 2017 /
The Swedish duo's fifth album comes out through Northern Electronics on Valentine's Day.
The festival will host a "dedicated space for resistance" to measures like North Carolina's controversial law repealing anti-discrimination protections.
They've also opened a spot in East London where fans can buy records and play on Frahm's custom piano.
Under Attack is available from London's Sounds Of The Universe record shop.
The US artist's first full-length since 2014 will arrive in April.
"Our objective was to extend our top range for audio enthusiasts as well as professional DJs," says company director Michiko Ogawa.
A three-night programme is planned for later this month, with DJ Stingray, Laurel Halo and Sigha all playing.
Friday, 03 Feb 2017 /
The Wisconsin producer was scheduled to headline the 100% Silk showcase at the Ghost Ship warehouse in December.
Four pop-up events are planned in the new 44,000 square-foot space near Prospect Park.
The five-track EP, Covert II, may include uncredited material from Plaid, Luke Vibert or Aphex Twin.
The UK artist has uploaded clips from two new 12-inches to his SoundCloud.
Ricardo Urgell, founder of the Ibiza-based clubbing conglomerate, confirmed the sale earlier this week.
The popular Viana Do Costelo event will also host Moderat, Rødhad, DJ Stingray and more in August.
The record was born out of the friendship between Carmel, AKA Reece Walker, and Lowtec.
Thursday, 02 Feb 2017 /
The NON co-founder's soundtrack for a performance piece from choreographer Ligia Lewis is out soon.
You'll be able to watch Seth Troxler, Loco Dice and The Martinez Brothers playing at the new London venue on February 4th.
The Detroit festival has added a new wave of acts.
The Berlin-based techno label will release Dys Functional Electronic Music in March.
Up to 30 people could lose their jobs if the standoff isn't resolved, the club says.
Juan Mendez will play more than 25 shows across the continent, with stops in London, Paris, Tbilisi and more.
Panokorama is out on Lovefingers' label in March.
Wednesday, 01 Feb 2017 /
Dirty Dancing, recorded in Johannesburg, is scheduled for release later this month.
The UK producer's fourth LP lands in March.
The Dutch promoter is heading to Brazil in May.
Lucy, Psyk and Steve Bicknell have also been tapped to rework classic Luke Slater material.
The Playa D'en Bossa super club will launch under new management in summer 2017.
The Black Madonna, Derrick May and Floating Points are also billed for the London festival in August.
Ali Wells' third full-length, said to more heavily feature live instrumentation, lands in late April.
The label and store's Japanese-focused series continues with two titles, both seeing release on Record Store Day in April.
Tuesday, 31 Jan 2017 /
The new 12-inch, out on Terje's Olsen Records label, comes before a new album from the Norwegian artist.