Avalon Emerson, Jayda G and Kode9 in collaboration with Japanese animator Kōji Morimoto are among the names locked for Simple Things festival 2019.
The multi-venue Bristol session is widely regarded as one of the UK's most cutting edge city festivals, with this year's line-up only set to cement that status.
Semibreve has finalised the line-up for this year's installment of the festival.
Joining previously announced artists Avalon Emerson, Planet Mu affiliate Rian Treanor and Nik Void, Hypderdub label founder Kode9 will make his Semibreve debut at this year’s festival, alongside grammy-award winning composer and electronic pioneer Suzanne Cianni.
Block9 has revealed its full line-up for Glastonbury 2019.
The legendary dance area announced it would double in size this year compared with 2017. Iconic temporary club space NYC Downlow is always one of the highlights, and this time features Tony Humphries, Larry Heard's Mr. Fingers live show feat. Fatima & Paul Cut, The Black Madonna b2b Smart Bar's Garrett David, Erick Morillo, Gideön, Sweely, Midland and more.
MUTEK San Francisco has locked in their first wave of artists for this year, including Veronica Vasicka, Amnesia Scanner, GAIKA, and a Japanese video game music-inspired set from Kode9.
San Fran's sophomore edition of MUTEK, as an international festival of music and technology, will also feature a number of Bay Area locals, such as Bleie, Lara Sarkissian, and Mozhgan B2B Josh Cheon.
The festival runs 2 -5 May across various venues in the Bay Area, and DJ Mag will be the first to let you know about ticket sales going live.
Hyperdub has announced its next release of 2019, a debut album from producer Mana.
The album, titled 'Seven Steps Behind', comes around six months on from the producer's first EP with the label. Hyperdub's press release describes the record as "an electronic album that doesn't always sound electronic," adding that large parts of the record have been created to mimic the sound of "prepared pianos, harpsichords, cellos and flutes."
Steve Goodman, otherwise known as Hyperdub label boss Kode9, has been tapped up to provide sound design for a new exhibition at the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.
The museum has commissioned Cuban performance and installation artist Tania Bruguera to take over its main hall for an exhibition which addresses the current migrant crisis. As part of the project, she enlisted Goodman to install a 40,000-watt soundsystem in the space which will play discomfiting low frequencies.
Burial and Kode9 have shared a new mix in support of their forthcoming FabricLive compilation.
Premiered on Mary Anne Hobbs' BBC 6 Music show on 19th September, it features tracks by the likes of Speedy J, SOPHIE, Jlin, DJ Hank, Fulltono and more. Stream the mix here.
Kode9 & Burial have mixed the final FabricLive compilation, marking the end of an era of albums that started 17 years ago.
No strangers to collaborating, the two icons, respectively head of the rightly-lauded Hyperdub label and its first signee— Britain's elusive master of spooky post-garage— were confirmed for the last instalment today, which will arrive on 28th September.
Burial shared jazz-tinged slow-burner ‘Rodent’ this Thursday 14th September via Hyperdub. It’s the enigmatic producer’s third release of 2017, following spring’s ‘Subtemple’ EP and a remix of Goldie’s ‘Inner Circle’.
The single is accompanied by a grating, experimental remix courtesy of Hyperdub-boss Kode9.
'Rodent' arrives almost a year after Burial chose Hyperdub to drop 2016’s ‘Young Death’.