Brazil's open-air clubs Ame and Laroc have revealed line-ups up for autumn.
The sister clubs, which are situated in Valinhos, an hour away from Sao Paolo, announced the news today.
Recently voted #25 in DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs of 2019 poll, Laroc - which covers a big room style - will host Sunnery James, Ryan Marciano and Chemical Surf on 13th April, Ferry Corsten, Aly & Fila and Sevenn on 4th May, Cat Dealers on 1st June, ALOK on 29th June and elrow on 13th July.
Laroc and Ame, two of Brazil's leading clubs, have announced a new three-day festival for 2019 with Seth Troxler and Dubfire among the headliners.
Carnaval will take over the neighbouring venues, one hour's drive out of São Paulo, from 2nd - 4th March, with 30 DJs set to be involved in total. DJ Snake, Camelphat, Alan Walker, Diplo and Hot Since 82 are already confirmed for the event's debut edition.
Doubling up as their last event until 2019, several big names in techno and house will play Junction 2's pre-New Year's party.
Lining up at London's Tobacco Dock on Saturday, December 29th are Adam Beyer (In The Car Park), Âme b2b Rødhåd (a UK debut), Amelie Lens, Dixon with an extended set, Fort Romeau, Mind Against and Trikk. See the full breakdown below.
Adam Beyer (pictured)
The warmer months are about to become distant memories, but despite HBO recently unveiling the new 'Game of Thrones' teaser we're not quite ready to say "winter is coming", with a handful of outdoor sessions still inbound.
Not least the beloved Field Maneuvers, FLY Open Air, Mint Festival at a brand new location, experimental newcomer Cosmic Roots (with De School resident Elias Mazian amongst others), the first ever Diynamic Festival and upmarket Festival No.6's final instalment for the foreseeable future.
Kristian Beyer and Frank Wiedemann, better known as Âme (that's pronounced 'arm', for the record, not 'ahh-may') often refer to their relationship as being like that of "an old couple". More accurately prehaps, they're like an old couple in an open marriage. While that's an unsavoury image, the description does bear scrutiny. They affectionately bicker with each other in the way that old, slightly adversarial friends, or spouses, do.
“Peter Kruder, a friend of mine, knew him, and said he was a super lovely dude. I mean, what do you expect from an 83-year-old guy coming to your studio, and he’s one of your musical heroes? I didn’t quite know what to expect. He could be a diva or dropping names all the time, but there was none of that. He came in and there was not one moment that was not great. It was heart-warming. He’s just a really lovely guy who feels the need to make music every day.”
RPMM Festival comes to the Portuguese city of Porto on 28th and 29th July, and has now confirmed its final line-up, which includes Âme, Jackmaster, Margaret Dygas, Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons, Jasper James, Max Champman, Matthias Tanzmann and Alexis Raphael.
The club formerly known as Studio Spaces has announced details of its 27-hour opening party, taking place this New Year’s Eve.
Clearly not ones to do things by half-measure, E1 has enlisted the services of Âme, Blawan, Mano Le Tough, Avalon Emerson, Kiasmos and Denis Horvat for a party that’s sure to usher in 2018 in some style.