Farr Festival will return for its eighth round in 2017, running from 13th to 15th July at Bygrave Woods in Hertfordshire — roughly 40 minutes outside of London.
The first wave of acts announced include Floating Points, Omar-S, Leon Vynehall and Honey Dijon, alongside Kornel Kovaks, Sassy J, Young Marco, Suzanne Kraft and Jayda.
The festival is also set to host a new live-focused stage this year, with Norwegian disco don Todd Terje and German tech-house specialists Booka Shade both set to perform.
Dekmantel festival is set to kick off at Amsterdame Bos this year, running from 2nd through 6th August 2017.
The first names for the event have been announced via a cryptic video message, which was uploaded to the Dutch festival’s channels yesterday evening.
Headliners include Floating Points, Helena Hauff, Motor City Drum Ensemble, DJ Nobu and Joy Orbison, while Irish duo Bicep are implied with the words “Feel my [Bodypart]”. Palms Trax, Dopplereffekt, Larry Heard, Vakula and Robert Hood are also hinted at in the video.
New Year's is set to be a blinder for Percolate as the UK clubbing brand lines-up three killer parties to welcome in 2017.
On 31st December, Irish duo Bicep head up a talent-packed bill at London's Oval Space, including a three-hour set from Floating Points (from 10pm to 1am), man of the moment Midland, Ostgut Ton's Nick Höppner and Krywald & Farrer.
Don Buchla, the pioneering inventor widely accepted to be the first person to develop a working modular synth, has died at the age of 79. His son, Ezra, has confirmed that he died from complications following his battle with cancer.
Buchla’s influence on the electronic music scene has been vast since the 60s, when Morton Subotnick and Ramon Sender commissioned him to make what would become the Buchla Series 100 synthesizer.
Eglo co-founder Floating Points is set to headline the opening night of ENRG, a new event series running at recently established Liverpool arts and music space, Invisible Wind Factory, on 30th September.
As the name suggests, the nights are themed around different kinds of energy — so far four have been announced: potential, kinetic, sound and magnetic — with each being represented through "sound and light experiments" running alongside the music.
A young man has died after a fire broke out at Glastonbury Festival’s Worthy Farm site on Monday evening (20th June).
The man has not yet been named, but is thought to be in his 20s. Police confirmed he died from severe burns after being airlifted to hospital, whilst local reports suggest the blaze was the result of a petrol spill in the Green Fields area of the Glastonbury site.
Following Katy B dropping her new Four Tet and Floating Points collaboration, she’s just announced details of her new album ‘Honey’ - and the tracklist is jawdropping.
Featuring a mammoth selection of artists including Kaytranada, Craig David, Wilkinson, Stamina MC, Chris Lorenzo and Kate Simko, the 13-tracked album will be released by Rinse/Virgin EMI on April 29th.
It’s a while since we’ve heard from Katy B, but she’s back with a new track that’ll get any leftfield electronic fan excited.
Teaming up with Four Tet and Floating Points on a new track titled 'Calm Down', it’s the first material from the singer’s new project, ‘Honey’, that sees her collaborate with a range of top producers and artists.
The Jaymo and Andy George-curated festival has just announced its first phase of artists, and it’s looking bigger than ever.
The Lincolnshire woodland rave has booked DJ Koze, Mano Le Tough, Joy Orbison, Ben UFO, Bicep, Floating Points, Jackmaster and more to spin, while there’ll be live performances from Henrik Schwarz, KiNK, Ame, Fatima Yamaha, Crazy P Soundsystem and SG Lewis.