The 2021 Grammy awards have been postponed after "thoughtful conversations with health experts".
The 63rd annual edition of the awards ceremony, which was due to take place on the 31st January, will now take place in March due to severity of coronavirus cases in Los Angeles.
Eddington Again has released a new track, ‘Petrify’, with accompanying visuals from 011668.
‘Petrify’ follows the Los Angeles artist’s recent ‘Damani6’ EP, which was released in May. This new single finds them in more energised sonic territory, but retains all the hypnotic, emotive atmospheres that have coursed through their work to date.
Gesaffelstein will stream a live set from last year's live Requiem tour.
The French producer took to Facebook on Tuesday (9th) to announce the online event, which will be a stream of a performance filmed at LA's Shrine in 2019.
Although a date is yet to be announced, Gesaffelstein captioned the photo "Online soon."
A couple of years ago, most people knew Cooper Saver as a promoter. His Far Away parties, which he’d largely been throwing in warehouses and other covert spaces across his native Los Angeles since 2012, were widely regarded as some of the best in the city, and regularly hosted DJs like Floating Points, Avalon Emerson, Young Marco, Four Tet, and others too numerous to list.
Peaking Lights have announced a new album and shared a new track, ‘EVP’. It's the second helping from the forthcoming release following 'Soft Escape'.
The full-length record, 'E S C A P E', will arrive on 4th May and is the first to be released through Dekmantel for the husband and wife duo of Indra Dunis and Aaron Coyes. It follows on from 2017's 'The Fifth State of Consciousness' LP. Key players on the Los Angeles psychedelic and experimental pop scene, take a listen to the single below.
James Blake has announced four solo piano shows for December.
Dates are set for Los Angeles Ace Theatre (10th and 11th) and New York's Harvey Theatre (17th and 18th). Performances will involve original solo and collaborative work.
California vinyl pressing plant Rainbo Record is to close its doors and end operations early next year.
The Los Angeles business has been running and pressing vinyl since 1939, also producing CD, DVDs and cassettes over the years, but a recent rent hike in its Canoga Park base has forced its owners to cease trading.
A letter from Rainbo Records President Steve Sheldon to the business' various clients revealed the news.
Promoter GoldenVoice has confirmed the full lineups for its upcoming series of electronic music-focused events in Los Angeles, with the likes of Solomun and Madeon leading the announcement.
Solomun is set to play his only LA performance of 2019 at the Shrine LA Outdoors venue on Saturday, November 2nd, while Madeon will play two shows at Shrine Expo Hall on Friday, November 15th and Saturday, November 16th. The dates make up part of his Good Life world tour and follow his live performance at Lollapalooza festival over the summer.
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.