Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018 /
The new record store will begin trading this week in Newtown.
He collaborates with Lamar, Future and others on two tracks from the new record.
The LP is the San Francisco label's 200th release.
Artists from the drum & bass community have paid tribute to Jamie Giltrap on social media.
The label's first release of 2018 is out in March.
Fresh albums from Helix and Girl Unit, plus an EP by Ikonika, are also on the way in 2018.
The musical collaboration was an accompaniment to Le Guin's 1985 novel Always Coming Home.
The Glasgow artist co-curated the lineup for the May 19th event at Hopetoun House, with Gerd Janson and Or:La also billed.
The venue, launching in March, will be run by Broadwick Live, with events taking place during the week and on Fridays.
June 17th's three-stage takeover at Poble Espanyol will also feature Ben UFO, Floating Points and Âme.
Tuesday, 30 Jan 2018 /
The double-LP is out in February.
The first release, by Melbourne producer Fergus Sweetland, arrives this week.
The DJ Sprinkles protege's next record comes out in March.
The Sour Jazz EP features a collaboration with Todd Terry and Roland Clarke.
The Delta Cep A aims to be "the perfect starting point" for Eurorack modular users.
It mixes ten new solo tracks and collaborations from Efdemin and 19 tunes from artists like Margaret Dygas, Tobias. and Marco Shuttle.
DJ Storm and Digital Mystikz feature in the first batch bookings for the Croatian event.
The US techno artist also announced a series of European club residencies.
Three of Aoyama Hachi's staff members were arrested in the early-morning raid.
The label and its guests will return to the countryside estate of Vila Habana on June 16th.
The Norfolk event, curated by Craig Richards and produced by Gottwood Festival, will host its second edition in August.
The drum & bass artist's third LP is out in March.
Monday, 29 Jan 2018 /
The legendary remixer takes on the 1988 classic 'We Are Phuture' on the new record for Get Physical.
With "absence, malfunction and disorientation" as themes, it's out later this week.
The festival takes place at Baskerville Hall from July 6th to July 9th.
Ricardo Villalobos, Dixon and Charlotte de Witte are among the DJs heading to Zrce Beach this August.
Carl Craig, Mr Fingers and Derrick May feature on the Swiss artist's selection for !K7.
It ships in three months with a $629 price tag.
The iconic German outfit won Best Dance/Electronic Album, while James Murphy's band took home the award for Best Dance Recording.
After gaining publicity for a proposed series of synth clones, the company is presenting an original design.
Björk, Daphni, Floating Points and more will play the festival this summer.
Sunday, 28 Jan 2018 /
The acclaimed LP gets new life in 2018.
Saturday, 27 Jan 2018 /
It's the drum & bass artist's first solo release of new material in over a decade.
Friday, 26 Jan 2018 /
Out now on Monkeytown, the album also includes music from Gajek and Anstam.
The first release, out in March, is a three-track EP with heavy nods to '90s rave and IDM.
The Milan-based label will put out three new releases over the next few months.
Thursday, 25 Jan 2018 /
It's the UK artist's first original material since 2016.
The eight-voice digital FM synth comes with presets from Mark Fell and Blush Response.
The 25-minute mix of new Jam City productions is up for streaming and free download.
They'll be available to Roland Cloud subscribers.
Alex Smith, the elder of the two, died earlier this month of brain cancer.
Róisín Murphy and José González also feature on the Pampa boss's first LP since 2013.
The 12-track LP is out in March.
Launching next month, the Graded subsidiary will release music by up-and-coming artists.
Wednesday, 24 Jan 2018 /
The Ukranian producer will put out the five-track LP on Leleka this spring.
The British artist was one of the most influential musicians in post-punk.
The 12-inch includes a new cut called 'War Drum Dub' along with a track from the For Paris album.
First announced in 2015, it'll finally open in the space of the former children's museum.
Binh, Janina and Egyptian Lover are all booked for February, when the venue opens.
Claude VonStroke, Loco Dice & The Martinez Brothers and Wu-Tang Clan will headline the main stage over the Memorial Day weekend.
The LP is out next month on Lorenz Brunner's own Plangent Records.
Carl Cox, The Black Madonna, Avalon Emerson, Octo Octa and Rødhåd are all heading to Marrakech this September.
The book, overseen by Bill Brewster, collates material from institutions such as The Haçienda, Plastic People and fabric.
The Italian techno experimentalist's next full-length lands in March.
Floorplan, KiNK, Helena Hauff and Bicep are all confirmed to play the two-day Belfast event in June.
The UK producer's second full-length features more of a focus on the piano, with collaborators including Bonobo and Lil Silva.
Tuesday, 23 Jan 2018 /
Masekela scored an underground dance hit in 1984 with "Don't Go Lose It Baby."
Anthony Linell, AKA Abdulla Rashim, Mark Broom, Slam and Ryan Elliott are among the headliners for the April festival.
It can also function as a looper, phrase sampler and oscillator.
The three-track EP is influenced by "electro, African music and '90s house."
The Amsterdam promoter has posted a video that reveals its full programme for this year's edition.
DJM-REC allows you to record the signal directly out of a selection of Pioneer mixers.
The synth that helped popularise semi-modular desktop designs returns with new hackable features.
A debut back-to-back set from Ben Klock and DJ Nobu plus live shows from Octo Octa and Fatima Al Qadiri are among the highlights as we return to Barcelona in June.
The Hertfordshire event's full list of headliners also includes Call Super, Shanti Celeste and DJ Stingray.
Monday, 22 Jan 2018 /
It fuses his two primary interests: jazz and Chicago house.
The T5V and T7V retail for under €300.
Inspired by MTV's Chill Out Zone show, it's the 50th release on Kontra-Musik.
The grime expert and author tells the story of the genre's rise.
The duo's self-titled LP is out next month.
Run by Soundcrash, the three-day event will also host DJ Marfox, Max Cooper and George Fitzgerald in September.
Bonobo, Helena Hauff and Moodymann will head to Suvilahti Power Plant in August.
EPs from Inigo Kennedy, Ø [Phase] and new producer Banke will hit the shelves before April.
Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 /
The double-vinyl set is out in March.
Saturday, 20 Jan 2018 /
Holodeck will reissue the 2013 cassette along with an LP from Automelodi.
Friday, 19 Jan 2018 /
A Sagittariun is putting the 1993 cut 'Lick Wid Nit Wit' on wax for the first time, together with a couple remixes, through his Elastic Dreams label.
Mural, which comes with a remix from Octo Octa, is out now via Batty Bass.
The development means popular nightclub District 8 will have to leave its current home, though the venue says it won't be affected in "the near future."
It's out via Phantasy Sound on April 6th.
Plans to introduce the Agent Of Change principle will throw the onus of soundproofing on the developers, not venue owners.
Thursday, 18 Jan 2018 /
The first proper full-length from the longtime Italian rave DJ sees release on Kynant Records in February.
The first release is an album from his label partner Christopher Coe, AKA Digital Primate.
Sampha, Kamasi Washington and Damon Albarn feature on the LP, which comes out in February.
The 12-inch, titled Contraposition, is the outlet's first release in 14 years.
The polyphonic design is available in a eight or 16 voice version.
The outlet will focus on rare records, from library music to techno.
The Hydra will host the March 3rd party at the cavernous London venue.
The techno artist's latest LP lands on Monnom Black in April.
Wednesday, 17 Jan 2018 /
The Detroit producer kicks off 2018 with a two-track EP featuring vocalist Diviniti.
The subscription-based service is currently only available in the US.
It's described as marking "a significant shift" for the UK artist, who's collaborated with a vocalist—Sue Tompkins—for the first time.
The UK artist's 31-track mix, which is out in March, includes music by DJ Zinc, Zomby and Joker.
The winner of the eighth edition will receive a €100,000 grant and a management contract.
The racks can be mounted on the MiniBrute 2 and 2S.
Infinitum is out in February.
Laurel Halo, Laurent Garnier and Mala will play at the one-day event in March.
The experimental artist will score the 1986 book Don Quixote, Which Was A Dream.
The Chicago artist's second LP for the Editions Mego offshoot features collaborations with Natalie Chami and Whitney Johnson.
On March 2nd, Dixon, Âme, Red Axes and more will head to Kfar Hanokdim in the heart of the Judaean Desert.
He'll release his new album, Solen Träffar Topparna Först, at the end of March.
Tuesday, 16 Jan 2018 /
Senni's score, which he made in collaboration with Francesco Fantini, will be released this spring.
Its first release, a 12-inch from Fede Lijtmaer, is out in the next couple weeks.
Slack Trax Vol. 1 is out in early March.
The US producer's new venture "aims to release everything except the commonly accepted, traditional forms of late 20th/early 21st-century dance music."
Spanning 26 tracks, the digital-only release will be available from February 15th.
The xx and Gorillaz are also up for gongs at next month's ceremony in London.
It replaces the keys of the MiniBrute 2 with a sequencer.
Tijana T, Vladimir Ivkovic, Cooly G and Leon Vynehall will play the CHOOSE LOVE events in January.
It's designed to get the most out of rekordbox.
It's the first release for 2018 on Will Bankhead's label.
Four Tet, Paula Temple, Daniel Avery and Jennifer Cardini have each curated a day of music at the French festival.
Monday, 15 Jan 2018 /
The techno artist's first full-length on Svreca's label will be preceded by an EP, out this week.
The venue has been forced temporarily after an incident outside the club last October.
The penultimate record in the year-long series features tunes from Lena Willikens, Space Dimension Controller and more.
It's out in late February.
It will be out next month via Northern Electronics.
Sunday, 14 Jan 2018 /
The San Francisco label's January releases are a mix of new and archival material.
Saturday, 13 Jan 2018 /
Bosconi Stallions Vol II features A Guy Called Gerald and Herva, with cover art by famed film poster artist Silvano 'Nano' Campeggi.
Friday, 12 Jan 2018 /
They'll slow down the gig schedule this year to hit the studio for their third LP.
The venue's regeneration plan, produced in partnership with a team of architects and students, will be presented to local citizens and authorities at an event later tonight.
Stream the title track now.
Paco Osuna and Apollonia are among the acts joining the Italian DJ at Plaza Mayor de El Poble Espanyol in June.
The Italian producer's third studio LP arrives in February.
Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear, Ben Klock and Sven Väth are among the acts locked in for 2018.
Thursday, 11 Jan 2018 /
The duo will release its debut EP on FIT Sound.
Its first release is a new wave and minimal synth-leaning record from a group called Post.23.
The mix also comes with a compilation of all 22 previously unreleased tracks.
It retails for under $700.
He'll also release another EP of new material via his own Lone Romantic label, due out later this month.
The licensing expert will not renew his contract, claiming that City Hall failed to give the body the independence it required.
The new set dives deep into the back catalog of the Can cofounder, who died last year.
Wednesday, 10 Jan 2018 /
Dimensional People is out through Thrill Jockey in April.
Blind Observatory will also play at the seaside event in April.
New Path is out via DFA in March.
The Tectonic boss's first release on Loefah's label since 2011 is out next month.
The soundtrack features cello by Oliver Coates and violin by Galya Bisengalyvia.
The album is a follow-up to 2010's Long Distance and features live instrumentation.
The South African artist has also started hosting a monthly radio show on Rinse FM.
The new audiophile deck was revealed at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.
It'll land through Sneaker Social Club in March.
Tunes from Pat Thomas, Kenny Larkin and Larry Heard feature on the 12-track set.
Tuesday, 09 Jan 2018 /
The LP features newly-discovered recordings from 1984.
The Brooklyn nightclub has four parties planned for the end of January.
The new imprint will show off the Canadian city's local talent.
The Throbbing Gristle cofounder's latest full-length, titled Chris Carter's Chemistry Lessons Volume 1, is out March.
The six-track Hard Food EP also features Joker, Walton and Ziro on production duties.
It's the Swede's first release this year.
Four Tet, Paula Temple, Daniel Avery and Jennifer Cardini will invite their favourite artists to the Lyon festival in May.
The collection, mostly made up of Troxler's own music, is meant to celebrate the DJ's ten years living in Europe.
The West End nightspots, which are being punished for excessive noise, have also been issued with fines totalling €9,051.
The record features sleeve art from Juan Mendez.
Cyclical Undulations is out in March.
The UK label calls the release "dark music for dark times."
The first EP is out in early March.
Palms Trax, DJ Tennis and Young Marco have also joined the Croatian festival's lineup.
Monday, 08 Jan 2018 /
The four-LP compilation is out this month.
Andy Stott, Arca, Oneohtrix Point Never and Fennesz all make the final version.
It's the artist's first solo LP since 2004.
Improvisational Loops is out in March.
The Neukölln venue is named after a club in Istanbul.
This year's edition, happening on June 16th, features the likes of Marcel Dettmann, Tijana T and Maceo Plex.
The two-track release is out in early February.
Sharon Rennie was also required to pay £100 compensation to the DJ after a court hearing in Kent.
Saturday, 06 Jan 2018 /
No one was hurt, and the venue has organized a GoFundMe to help with rebuilding costs.
The highly sought-after Breeze LP will get new life on vinyl and CD next month.
Friday, 05 Jan 2018 /
Broad Horizons, which features a collaboration with Fink, is out later this month.
It's showing at the ICA in London.
The four-track 12-inch is out through Disco Halal later this month.
The journalist's latest work, out next week, examines dance music's increasing global popularity.
The first two releases are available now.
28, the next experimental release on the Hamburg label, is due out in February.
The project presents images from dozens of photographers around the world.
Thursday, 04 Jan 2018 /
He'll use the label as an outlet for five of his own records, the first of which arrives near the end of the month.
It'll come out on his Leaving Records label later this month.
The Frankfurt artist's first full-length under the alias since 2002 will come out in March.
This year, the intimate club space will sit within Ferrotopia, a new installation by the Rotterdam-based art studio Atelier Van Lieshout.
The UK DJ will play weekly at the Brixton club throughout February.
The self-titled, 24-track LP will hit the shelves in February.
Perlude To Dybbuk, Avni's third release for the label, is out later this month.
Wednesday, 03 Jan 2018 /
Instrumentalmusik Von Der Mitte Der World was produced using an expansive set of acoustic and electronic gear.
Kelela, Jackmaster and The Black Madonna are booked for the two-weekend festival in April.
The move is the latest step towards the Swedish streaming giant, which is valued at $15 billion, going public.
Tuesday, 02 Jan 2018 /
The US artist begins 2018 with a record on his own Sound Signature label.