AVA Belfast has revealed the full line-up and a new, multi-stage festival site for the 2020 edition of the event.
Returning to the Northern Irish city from the the 28th to the 31st of May, the four day conference, exhibition and music festival will see over 30 acts descend on the new Boucher Road Fields site.
Mella Dee will drop a new EP this month.
Marking the tenth release on his own Warehouse Music, following Spencer Parker's 'When You Gonna Learn' EP in June this year, Mella Dee will drop four new tracks on the esteemed imprint.
Incoming in both a digital format and pressed to Mella Dee's coveted crayon box-coloured vinyls, the 'Techno Belters' EP will drop on the 27th September, and it does exactly as its title suggests.
Mella Dee has been something of an unstoppable force this past year. Since launching his own Warehouse Music imprint – which was crowned DJ Mag’s Best Breakthrough Label in our 2017 Best Of British Awards – he has been putting out record after record of high energy club tracks with a loving eye being ever-cast to playful disco flavours.
Following 2017’s eruptive ‘Techno Disco Tool’ – a release which propelled the South Yorkshire-born, London based DJ/producer even further into the limelight – Mella Dee is now set to release the ‘Donny’s Goove’ EP this Friday 11th May.
After being name Best Breakthrough Label during DJ Mag’s recent Best of British awards, where we celebrate the UK’s homegrown talent, Warehouse Music has announced a new three-track EP from the label's founder, Ryan Aitchison.
Aitchison, the label’s founder, will be at the helm of the label's next release, which will be a three-track EP under his real name and not his Mella Dee alias.
Aitchison's latest project will be an outlet for the more experimental, darker sounds which he’s been producing of late.
Mella Dee, aka Ryan Aitchison, returns this month with an EP of hard-hitting techno for his brand new label, Warehouse Music.
The three-track effort, simply titled 'Warehouse Music 001', marks the final step into full-blown, slammin' UK techno for the South Yorkshire producer — a transformation he's been making over the past few years, highlighted by his 2016 'Warrior Charge' EP, released as Noface via the Jericho One offshoot of Dutch hard techno label, Crème Organization.
Mella Dee lands on Waze & Odyssey’s Street Tracks imprint with ‘Franco’ on the ‘Autumn Sampler’ EP. We’ve got the exclusive premiere of the track below.
Mella Dee, real name Ryan Aitchison, has been on fine form this year, turning in an impeccable Feel My Bicep Podcast as well as remixing the Belfast duo’s ‘Satisfy’. It’s a rework that has been huge all summer, and a regular in the sets of Maceo Plex, Laurent Garnier, Skream and many more.
Halloween is basically a great excuse to spend the days either side of it partying, and this year we’ve teamed up with Shoreditch’s Boxpark to throw a massive bash on Thursday 29th October.
We’re putting on sets from some of the UK underground’s finest: Redlight (who’s going to be launching his ‘X Colour’ album), unhinged floor filler Melé, Leeds underground mainstays Mak & Pasteman and moody, jungle-laced warehouse techno disciple Mella Dee.