Wednesday, 31 Oct 2018 /
Next year, Sankeys is celebrating 25 years of parties in 14 cities across England, Scotland and Ireland—plus a festival in Manchester come July. The opening party hits Studio 338 in February, with the complete list of dates, venues and lineups TBA.
"We're hoping to keep his legacy thriving for many years to come," says founder Jeff Antebi.
The beloved Ladbroke Grove spot is setting up another storefront in King's Cross.
The label that reissued Mariah and Midori Takada is back with a new 12-inch from the Japanese experimental producer.
The city's most inclusive club night for and by people with learning disabilities needs help
to stay open after Tower Hamlets budget cuts. Mayor Sadiq Khan's donation
brings Bubble Club within £4000 of their £30,794 crowdfunding goal.
Steppy is a compact, 1U design for generating rhythms on the fly.
Out soon on Time Passages, the six-tracker also features German techno veteran Sven Röhrig.
The Dallas DJ's annual Halloween tradition continues with this mix of spooky soundtrack music, creepy krautrock and other gothic goodies.
Jamie Roberts will play shows in Seoul, Taipei, Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong over the next two weeks.
Tuesday, 30 Oct 2018 /
The LA party also has Fett Burger, Underground Resistance's Mark Flash, Andrés and Dâm-Funk booked for their final run of the year going into early 2019.
As We Were Saying is the first full-length to come out on the Georgian club's label.
It will aim to explore the intersection of "experimental electronic music" and "brutalist architecture."
The LP comes out on Lee Gamble's UIQ label in January.
It'll come on their Nude Club label in February.
The streaming service softened its "covenant not to sue" after being criticised for exploitative terms.
Daylité Open Air will debut at The Court Hotel, with Satoshi Tomiie, Made in Paris and Human Movement all playing across three stages on January 1st.
Nearly two hours of the big man in festival mode, banging it out like a true headliner.
Monday, 29 Oct 2018 /
The tunes were made under his original alias, Slick Master Rick.
The LP, which features a David Bowie cover, is out in December.
Sea Of Thee will arrive in November.
Richie Hawtin, Shanti Celeste, Bicep, Peach and Adam Beyer are among the acts heading to West London in June.
Launched in summer 2018, Kanvas shuffles more than 3,000 records from the French artist's collection on a 24/7 loop.
Laurent Garnier, Motor City Drum Ensemble and Harvey Sutherland feature on the 15-track collection.
Sunday, 28 Oct 2018 /
The two-CD set features Talaboman, Red Axes, Krystal Klear and more.
Saturday, 27 Oct 2018 /
Kosmik and Force Placement, residents and cofounders of Los Angeles party The Black Lodge, split an hour-long L.I.E.S. podcast full of the uncompromising electronics that have made their events a staple of the real US underground.
Friday, 26 Oct 2018 /
He's also handling the Essential Mix this week.
The US version of the UK series will focus on EDM instead of UK garage and pirate radio.
The founder of Dublin club POD passed away suddenly at his home on Thursday, aged 52.
Out in December, Beyond is the latest in a trilogy of LPs, with the final instalment scheduled for early 2019.
First up is an EP from 5ive—his first-ever solo release.
The two-day event will see Sarah Davachi, Moor Mother and DJ Nobu performing across multiple venues in the Japanese city.
The multi-talented Japanese singer, producer, DJ and label owner passed away on Sunday.
Detained earlier this month on suspicion of drug smuggling 0.3g of MDMA, the US artist is now a free man.
Here's a classy three-hour recording of a recent set a Club der Visionaere, spanning a range of moods and eras.
Thursday, 25 Oct 2018 /
The LP from the Brussels-based artist is out in December.
The Ostgut Ton sub-label launched with Chronicles I in 2016 and now will release Chronicles II and III in December.
He was due to play in Los Angeles and San Francisco in November.
The 13 tracks on Bad Advice Vol. 1 were all commissioned by the New York duo.
The nine-track EP is out on Modern Love now.
His current label, Soul People Music, will fold to make room for the new one.
OPN's next four-track EP comes out near the end of November.
Live Rytm Trax is out in November.
The recording of the Amsterdam club resident's performance from ADE 2017 will be released in December.
The album, called Hypnagogia, will come out next month via Delsin.
A foundation to support young artists and producers will also launch in November.
Midland, Beautiful Swimmers and Ciel also feature in the Croatian festival's first batch of names for its next edition.
10 AM one blazing hot morning in Detroit, more than 12 hours since the party began, the crowd at No Way Back 2018 sweatily jacks to this ferocious closing set.
Zip, Sammy Dee and Fumiya Tanaka will present shows at Circus Osaka and Contact in Tokyo, with Spacetravel guesting at the latter, in November.
Wednesday, 24 Oct 2018 /
Both records are due out this fall.
Slow Dark Green Murky Waterfall is out now via Slip.
Glenn Underground engineered the lead cut on the four-track 12-inch, which is out now.
The UK producer will release his second full-length on Don't Be Afraid.
The Berlin label is pressing 1500 copies of the notable LP.
One of the EPs is a two-tracker from the label boss.
Produced by Rockstar Games, the much-anticipated video game hits the stores on Friday.
It'll come out on Adiel's label, Danza Tribale, in December, following her next solo 12-inch, Tokyo.
Enjoy the Kenyan artist's standout
performance at this year's Unsound festival.
Four Tet, Dixon & Âme and DJ Harvey are among the dozens of names announced for the Victorian camping festival in March.
Tuesday, 23 Oct 2018 /
The James Stinson-produced set originally came out on Warp in 1995.
In July, Hackney Council approved a strict licensing policy that forces all new venues to close by 12 AM on weekends.
The label will also issue Loscil's 2002 album, Submers, on vinyl for the first time ever.
The Martinez Brothers, Peggy Gou, Virgil Abloh and Blond:ish are booked for a warehouse party this Saturday at a former chocolate factory on Flushing Avenue.
The 61-minute record will come out on their own label, Soma Records, next month.
Bestival Group was put into administration by James Benamor's Richmond Group in September.
The two-tracker is out now.
Creamfields will erect a 15,000-capacity structure in Finsbury Park, with Prydz and Cox headlining May 25th and 26th respectively.
Tadd Mullinix—AKA JTC or Dabrye—digs into the records that influenced his latest project, including selections from Jeff Mills, Model 500 and A Guy Called Gerald.
Both artists will appear at Unsound Adelaide and a Liquid Architecture show in Melbourne, with Tzusing also playing a Series Concert event in Sydney this December.
Monday, 22 Oct 2018 /
It's the follow-up to last year's Private Life LP.
The platform is aimed at "true collectors" looking for hard-to-find stock.
Iqbal's new series of talks and performances kicks off at Somerset House in London on November 7th.
The budget remake of the Sequential Circuits design is entering mass production.
The tourism executives said they visited the US festival to learn more about putting on large-scale events.
A gathering at Parliament House on October 25th will coincide with the introduction of a bill that seeks to repeal the controversial licensing law.
The Colombian techno favourite's second Australian tour will see her party with PACE at the Oxford Underground and Bunker at My Aeon.
The local party outfit will host a show at home with Japanese DJ Shhhhh as well as presenting nights in Bali with Ulf Eriksson and Bangkok with Sicco Bosscher.
Saturday, 20 Oct 2018 /
This rich and daring mix from the Macao resident shows why the under-threat
Milan venue is considered one of Europe's most vital spaces for electronic music.
Friday, 19 Oct 2018 /
"The Rumble" and "World's Crazy" are out now.
Gazelle Twin, Iona Fortune, Hatis Noit, Wild Adoration and Alicia Jane Turner with Dead Light will join the eight-person choir, led by Sian O’Gorman, for four dates at the East London venue
through March next year.
Derrick Carter and Mr. Scruff are among the highlights of the UK promoter's programme through 2018, with opening parties hitting Birmingham and Leeds this weekend.
A Guy Called Gerald, Artwork and more will be DJing on the mobile soundsystem this Saturday in Central London.
Semantics will come out on Nervmusic Records next month.
The smartbar resident demonstrates the wild style that's made her an adventurous DJ to watch, moving from ambient to UK garage to rave to opera.
Thursday, 18 Oct 2018 /
The new feature will allow users to stream the SoundCloud catalogue through their chosen DJing software.
You watched our Drexciya film
. Now dive deep into the Detroit electro duo's catalogue, from well-known anthems to the deeper cuts.
The two DJs will be joined by all three Hypnotic Mindscapes residents at the birthday blowout at 500 Keele on November 24th.
Chloé, Sascha Funke, Cooper Saver and more feature on the album out in November.
The ordained minister and techno legend will take the pulpit at St. Thomas Church on November 9th.
The four-track Embodiment EP is out on Ostgut Ton in November.
The first release on RR is out now.
Left Hand Path will release the LP on November 15th.
The two-tracker is expected to hit record stores in November.
Drum & bass maverick Paradox completes the bill for the November 1st show, Aphex Twin's first in the capital
for 15 years.
One of Sydney's rising electro and techno specialists delivers a standout set at local experimental festival Soft Centre.
The Movement Of The Free Spirit features the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Sonic Youth and Oneohtrix Point Never.
Wednesday, 17 Oct 2018 /
The national festival will return for four dates around the country in January, with Patrick Topping, Matador and Patrice Baumel also lined up to play the Sydney event.
The weekly Saturday party will party with Roza Terenzi, Sleep D, András, Noise In My Head and a handful more local favourites at their second birthday next weekend.
Hunee and Andrew Weatherall will play alongside Moroccan acts like Master Musicians of Joujouka at the Fellah Hotel in March.
The London label also tapped BFTT and E-Talking for their next two 12-inches, Blue 03 and Blue 04.
Eris Drew and Midland are among the members of the scene to support the measure that aims to secure more rights for trans, non-binary and intersex people.
Next year's festival will take place at a "unique new site," according to Lambeth Council.
XL Recordings will release Spoken By The Other in November.
Tuesday, 16 Oct 2018 /
Steffi, Mathew Jonson and Dauwd are also billed for the new Indian festival hosted by local promoters Regenerate on November 10th and 11th.
Danny Krivit, Hieroglyphic Being and Millú & Pjenné are also billed for the Victorian camping festival's 13th edition in March.
It'll come out through Running Back in November.
Ostgut Ton will also press two compilation EPs with exclusive tracks from FaltyDL, Ross From Friends and General Ludd.
The London promoters are also putting on a party with Dixon, Amelie Lens and more to toast the change.
The trainers are out November 8th.
One of the main characters in Real Scenes: Mexico City
, Fig is back with an hour of colorful house and techno recorded live at Pervert, one of the city's best queer parties.
Monday, 15 Oct 2018 /
Zip, Dana Ruh and Mall Grab will feature at the 12-week Sunday series which begins in November.
Ed Banger Records uploaded a clip of "Riga (Take 5)" to their Instagram account this weekend.
It's the second major German publication this month to announce the end of physical copies.
Basiel will come out on the Belgian's label in November.
It'll come out next month on the UK duo's Balkan Vinyl label.
Saturday, 13 Oct 2018 /
It's the follow-up to his 2016 book, 'Porcelain.'
Eight hours of the UK duo recorded live at Mick's Garage in London.
Friday, 12 Oct 2018 /
The Los Angeles producer will release the double LP on his own Yaxteq label.
Out today, the four-tracker picks up a thread from April's Songs For Alpha LP.
The club night for and by people with learning disabilities needs your help to raise £31,682 by November 23rd in the wake of recent budget cuts by local authorities.
The Dutch artist—and Quartet Series label founder—says he made this mix for Mixmag "dancing the whole hour at home." With its selection of inventive and feel-good house, it'd be hard not to do the same.
Thursday, 11 Oct 2018 /
The Hand In Hand performance, which happens next Thursday at Hollywood Forever cemetery, will feature special guests throughout the evening and creative direction, set design and production by Taran Allen, Yves Tumor and Hirakish.
The long-running Swedish trio are back on Börft Records for their latest album, out in December.
The Innervisions and Life And Death-affiliated party—also featuring Dixon and DJ Harvey—goes down on Saturday, December 8th.
The legislation aims to revamp existing laws so musicians and labels are better compensated by streaming platforms.
The store is run by Ed Vertov and Lena Deen and focuses on new and used electronic vinyl.
The Pods range starts from $55.
Enclave is out in November.
The promoter's new series, DJs Are Not Superheroes, will also welcome Derrick May, Dan Ghenacia and DJ Seinfeld in the coming months.
All profits from the temporary Dalston audiophile spot and coffee shop will go to the Steve Reid Foundation.
We've booked Laurel Halo, Rashad Becker, Lemna and more for the Tokyo edition of the experimental festival.
The "acid funk techno" LP Excrescence is out in December.
Golden Pudel's secret weapon offers a fearless selection of braindancing IDM, electro and techno.
Wednesday, 10 Oct 2018 /
We'll host DJ Sprinkles, D. Tiffany, Willow and more at Revolver Upstairs in late November.
The double-LP is out in October.
The duo recorded the LP in Los Angeles last year.
The full lineup for the Victorian camping festival, which so far also includes Daniel Avery and David August, will drop on October 17th.
You'll need a paid Pro account and at least 5000 plays in the last month to be eligible.
The A Coruña label and party is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, with Byetone, Posthuman and Carl Finlow also locked in for the December blowout.
John Collins, Mark Flash and Cornelius Harris will be in town this month for a night of DJ sets, talks and a film screening, followed by an afterparty at a TBA venue in Brooklyn.
Originally issued through Giegling as a cassette, the 13-track LP has been reworked and remastered for vinyl and digital.
The veteran house head behind NDATL Music and the much-loved Deep Detroit parties will head to the Mexican capital this month for a party in the Downtown Historic District.
To make the most of the sunny weather, the club has booked Henrik Schwarz, Axel Boman, DJ Boring and more for the final open-air session of 2018.
Paul Rose is reissuing his debut album, as well as putting out a VA compilation and a full-length of unreleased solo material.
The venue has been dismantled after running into financial difficulties, though there are plans for it reopen under a new name in 2019.
The 78-year-old Italian producer will perform across Europe and the UK in spring 2019.
The rising Canadian-in-London throws together a mix of "ravey and broken bits" for Discwoman. ("I don't think I've been ever very good at the chill thing," she says.)
Four Tet, Mall Grab, Charlotte De Witte and more will perform at Sydney's Victoria Park in March.
Tuesday, 09 Oct 2018 /
Arthur Cayzer will hit Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi this weekend, with support from a different local act at each show.
A collection of 40 loops and 134 samples under the name Dolo Percussion are available now.
The recordings were discovered in a box of demo tapes at the Warp Records office last year.
The devices are designed to generate randomization effects.
The Ukrainian pianist's next LP comes out in December.
The intimate Camden spot is bringing disco, house and soul every weekend—starting Saturday, October 20th—with help from its six new residents: Marcel Vogel, Zakia, Nick The Record, Marcia Carr, Sean OD and Anne Frankenstein.
The former Underground Resistance member takes on the 66th entry in the !K7 series.
15 DJs and live acts will perform at the marathon event in Düsseldorf, including Vladimir Ivkovic, Lena Willikens and Tolouse Low Trax.
The Glasgow-based Finn serves up a scintillating hour of golden-era techno, featuring music from Michael Golding, Steve Rutter and Damon Wild & Tim Taylor.
Monday, 08 Oct 2018 /
See what Moog's new flagship polysynth—their first in over 30 years—can do in the hands of Dev Hynes, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Mark Ronson and more.
Panique Manucure packs four house tracks in the producer's usual adventurous style.
Juju & Jordash, Shawn Rudiman and Cubic Space Collective contribute to the 12-inch, which is out at the end of the month.
Radio Slave, Joris Voorn and Joey Negro will also play the party in the coming months.
In celebration of Georgia's role as this year's guest of honour, residents from the Tbilisi club (HVL, Kvanchi & Zesknel) will join local favourites (Anthony Rother, Ata) at Atelierfrankfurt on Saturday.
The US DJ was reportedly detained in Fukuoka on Saturday afternoon after customs officials found 0.3g in his possession.
Saturday, 06 Oct 2018 /
The Edinburgh-based producer whips up a lush mix full of deep house for ZeeZout, featuring tracks by recent RA Exchange
subject Delano Smith and more.
Friday, 05 Oct 2018 /
He'll reissue new vinyl editions of Discreet Music, Music For Films, Music For Airports and On Land.
Gerald Donald and To-Nhan will release five new tracks in October.
Giant Swan, Bodyjack, Imogen and more contribute exclusive tracks to the Dublin-based label's new run.
The Berlin-based dance music publication will continue its online edition.
100% wilted selections from a bizarrely engaging DJ.
Thursday, 04 Oct 2018 /
Proceeds from Don't Look Now go to Atlanta nonprofit youthSpark.
Hospital Productions is also raising money for a benefit show in Mexico for victims of the 2017 earthquake.
Benefits from the sale of the 'world's largest analog drum machine collection' will benefit the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
It'll come out through her Fever AM label in November.
Yves Tumor, Ben Frost, Giant Swan, Ciel, Roza Terenzi and more have been booked for the festival, running December 14th through 16th at Queen's Theatre
. Matmos will also be performing music from their new album, Plastic Anniversary
Gold Line, stocked with 7,500 vinyl records from Peanut Butter Wolf's collection, is open now in Highland Park.
The Berlin-based DJ and producer is playing across the UK in October, coming to London's Corsica Studios next for Trouble Vision's tenth birthday on Friday.
Listen to a playlist of "hot beats and many bleep bloops" from Noncompliant aka DJ Shiva, before she plays RADION at ADE for us alongside Aurora Halal, Lena Willikens, Mala and more.
The Arabstazy collective member is following up her 2017 EP on the French label.
The first record on the South African artist's label, Believing, comes out next month.
The LP features collaborations with Fort Romeau, Kim Anh and Peaking Lights.
The three-disc package, which lands on October 26th, will feature mixes by each artist.
Out later this month, Archived Tapes 1993 - 2017 will be the second release on Exotic Robotics.
The rhythm specialist takes over the boat's downstairs soundsystem this Sunday night, sharing the bill with Vincent Lemieux, Lamache and Mike Shannon.
Two hours of weirdo jams recorded at this year's Dekmantel Festival. Catch Willikens at our ADE party
in a couple weeks, alongside Mala, Aurora Halal and more.
Wednesday, 03 Oct 2018 /
He'll play alongside DJ Sneak on both dates in November.
The London-based artist, who's been at the helm of the drum & bass label for 16 years, is finally releasing a 12-inch of his own next week.
The Canadian producer’s second release, coming this autumn via Coastal Haze, also nods to 1956 China and My Bloody Valentine.
The Shoreditch club has undergone renovations on both its floors in order to start Hunee's ten-week residency
off right on Friday, October 12th.
Earlier this year, RA was in Barcelona for the 25th edition of Sónar to host SonarLab for the third time. Listen to some highlights via this SoundCloud playlist.
Cómeme's latest signing in the mix for The Ransom Note.
Tuesday, 02 Oct 2018 /
The reissue of the 1980 track wraps up the busiest year yet for the label run by Floating Points and friends.
Henry Wu and Maya Bilyk will also play the first of Astral People's four Sunday shows for the season at the National Art School on November 18th.
It's the Detroit producer's first solo release on Kai Alcé's label.
The 3,000-capacity Queens venue has Ben Klock, Anthony Parasole and Bassiani resident Newa in November, followed by the all-day and all-night Hospital Productions Fest in December with Merzbow and Ancient Methods, among others.
Both parties claim Lone's 2013 track "Airglow Fires" was used without permission on the pop group's recent song "Constant Part 1 & 2."
Listen to At Klangendum in full.
All of the proceeds from the tournament will go to Mama Cash, the oldest international women's fund in the world.
The grime star will play on December 12th and 13th as part of his upcoming SK Level tour.
Out on Hospital Productions, the seven-track LP sees the techno artist reunite with former collaborator Camella Lobo.
The project, which features unreleased music by Galaxian, Nkisi and Bambounou, will also be available on vinyl and cassette.
The ten-track LP will hit the shelves in November.
The Indian online radio station and promoter has announced lineups for its weekly party at the Summer House Cafe from now until the end of 2018.
The Australian transplant debuts on BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix.
Monday, 01 Oct 2018 /
It's the duo's second collection for Noise In My Head sub-label Efficient Space.
She'll hold open sessions with residents of each borough, starting this Tuesday in Brooklyn.
"I believe we have enough mischief from midnight to 2 AM without adding two more hours of mayhem."
Their next compilation is a "change of pace," the label says.
The lineup includes Arpanet, a project by Drexciya's Gerald Donald, as well as Terrence Dixon, K-Hand, Mike Huckaby and DJ Deep. It goes down this Saturday, October 6th.
We visited the museum's expansive Turbine Hall to check out Tania Bruguera's installation.
It's out in October on Meda Fury.
It's the company's most powerful synth since the beloved Voyager.
It's out on the Swede's label, Peder Mannerfelt Produktion, in November.