DVS1, Underground Resistance (Live) and Batu are among the final acts to be locked for this year's Dimensions festival.
DVS1 has launched Support Organize Sustain (S.O.S.), an independent Initiative to promote community & artistry in electronic music.
Created by the techno DJ/producer in response to what he describes as the music industry's problem in being "business" and "awash with money", S.O.S. will be an independently funded and organised initiative that focuses on the underlying values of music culture.
Gottwood has added more than 50 acts to its 2019 lineup, including the likes of Shanti Celeste, DVS1 and Seth Troxler.
Aurora Halal and The Pilotwings have been newly confirmed for live sets, while Batu, DJ Tennis, Bambounou, Crazy P, Digby and The Ghost are amongst the latest DJ confirmations. Peach is also locked in for a b2b set with Nathan Micay, formerly known as Bwana.
Fabric is throwing an epic 30-hour marathon party to celebrate its 19th birthday, running from Saturday 20th to Monday 22nd October.
The Farringdon club, which re-opened last year, has announced the first wave of acts on the line-up for its huge birthday celebration, which naturally features long-time residents Craig Richards and Terry Francis, alongside other big names like Joy Orbison.
This August, Estonia’s historic Rummu quarry will host the inaugural Moonland festival.
The stunning, picturesque location, which has served as both a limestone and Vasalemma marble mine as well as grounds for a now abandoned prison, will become a home for a unique electronic music experience between 3rd and 5th August.
Ben Klock is set to host an 11-hour, two-room rave at Printworks on Sunday 1st April. He’ll be joined in the main room by the likes of Surgeon, DVS1 and Rødhåd.
Klock’s next Photon party also welcomes DJ Nobu and Etapp Kyle as well as the ambient stylings of The Black Dog, Prurient, Sigha and Alekzandra.
AVA Festival and Conference has confirmed its first names for this year, as the Belfast weekender looks to cement its status as Northern Irelend's most pioneering electronic music event, which is set for 1st and 2nd June 2018.
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Minneapolis' DVS1, real name Zak Khutoretsky, will be the next DJ to mix fabric's iconic mix series which is due out in December.
The 29-track mix is said to be made up of mainly unreleased material, including 16 tunes from his two labels, Hush and Mistress.
The mix will include tracks from Steffi, Steve Bicknell and Mark Broom, alongside new cuts from Planetary Assault Systems, Truncate and Henning Baer.