Secret Project is returning to downtown Los Angeles this October.
Acts billed for it second edition, happening October 12-13, include Four Tet, Ben UFO, Gerd Janson, Denis Sulta, Leon Vynehall, Honey Dijon, Jayda G, Mall Grab, Daniel Avery and Peach, with b2b performances from Nina Kraviz and Helena Hauff, as well as Loco Dice and William Djoko.
DJ Tennis will host a full-day Life and Death takeover, and Peggy Gou and Dixon will make their festival return. Âme and KiNK will play a live back-to-back set, and German duo Modeselektor will also play live.
Primavera Sound has confirmed plans for its first-ever US festival next year.
Set to take place at Los Angeles State Historic Park, the festival will form part of Primavera Sound's 20th anniversary celebrations and will mark the first time the festival has taken place outside Europe.
It will be co-hosted by promoters Live Nation and take place on September 19th and 20th. The lineup is due to be announced later this year, while tickets are set to go on sale this Friday (June 7th).
Flying Lotus has announced a new 3D live tour for North America in support of his recently-announced sixth album, 'Flamagra'.
The artist— also known as Steven Ellison— also has a video to promote for the track 'More', which appears on the new LP. He began teasing the forthcoming work, his first full-length release in five years, by spray painting pavements in Texas during this year's SXSW.
SOPHIE's debut album has been confirmed. 'Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-Insides' will land next Friday 15th June.
Three of her singles— 'Ponyboy', 'Faceshopping' and 'It's OK To Cry'— arrived last year on Transgressive Records, all of which will appear on the forthcoming long player, carried by the same imprint.
Deadmau5 has announced another all-ages show for The Wiltern in Los Angeles in support of his new album ‘where’s the drop’.