Circoloco has announced the line-up for its opening party, set for Monday 22nd May, and it is looking huge with The Black Madonna, Jackmaster and The Martinez Brothers locked in.
They'll be joined by the likes Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Kerry Chandler, Davide Squillace, Damian Lazarus, Dubfire and DJ Tennis.
There's also slots for DVS1, Shonky, Ellen Allien Tania Vulcano and Dyed Soundorom.
DC-10 is widely regarded as one of the world's best parties, located at the end of Ibiza airport's runway their day-time Monday parties are the stuff of legends.
Given everything that has happened over the last couple of weeks you might think that London’s status as one of the best clubbing destinations is all but over, with the news that fabric might shutting its doors and Studio 338 burning down.
Well, it’s not looking good admittedly — but come September there’s going to be a new 400-capacity London venue that’s billed as "a new home for emerging music in the city".
A new vinyl pressing plant will be opening in Burlington, Canada next month and it hopes to ease the pressure on independent labels who require a quick turnaround for small runs of vinyl.
Started by Gerry McGhee — who used to be in Canadian rock band Brighton Rock in the 80s — the former musician is clearly no stranger to making records.
Bristol’s In:Motion have announced their opening weekend parties with Joseph Capriati, Eats Everything and Kölsch all playing on the opening night on Friday 31st September.
They’ll be joined by the likes of Radio 1 tastemaker B. Traits, fabric mainstay Craig Richards, libidinous DJ collective Horse Meat Disco, Phonox resident Jasper James, and hotly-tipped house and techno duo Solardo.
Amnesia has announced that it will no longer be opening past 6am due to tighter restrictions placed on them by the local Ibizan government.
“Through the constant pressures by the institutions of the island, restricting the club's schedule to promote other interests and having accepted and paid all the fines that have been imposed on us and deny one more time the exceptionality of a morning schedule for the Opening,” explained the club in the statement via its website.
With interest in house and techno higher than ever, the bug is spreading across the Big Smoke. Before it was mostly restricted to a small circle of clubs and covert pockets of the city, but The West End — previously a haven for glitzy VIP haunts — is now beginning to provide for people more interested in tunes dropping than Tequilas. The Qube, a new basement club connected to Pacha London but with its own door policy, is where you'll find it.