Bicep have shared a new music video.
The Northern Irish duo, who took home the accolade for best track at DJ Mag's Best of British Awards last year, have dropped another new track from their forthcoming LP, accompanied by fast-paced, emotive visuals.
Bicep have announced a new album.
The Irish live and DJ duo, who released their first music since 2018 earlier this year with new track 'Atlas', have revealed that their new album, 'Isles', will land on Ninja Tune in January next year.
The follow up to their debut, self-titled album in 2017, the album announcement comes alongside the duo's second drop of 2020, in the form of brand new single: 'Apricots'.
Bicep have announced an audiovisual live streamed performance.
Following a three-night sold out run of shows at Printworks in November last year, Irish duo Bicep were due to bring their immersive live show back to London's Brixton Academy on 27th March 2020.
Now, in lieu of their immersive live show, Bicep have announced a live streamed A/V performance will take place later this year on September 11th.
Bicep have shared their first new music in two years.
The Irish live and DJ duo released their debut self-titled album in 2017, and followed the LP with a three-track EP via Ninja Tune the following year.
Now, they have shared new six-minute single, 'Atlas', on Ninja Tune, which is available digitally today (24th), and will be released via 12” on the 3rd April.
Listen to 'Atlas' below.
With his fourth album ‘Joyful’, arriving on Tim Sweeney’s beloved Beats In Space imprint, Melbourne producer Andras delivers one of his finest works to date, capping off a decade of music under a variety of aliases that flits cordially between beat-driven club music and deeper ambient sounds. Often his Australian identity feeds heavily into his music, though as Andras explains, it’s also accompanied by a certain amount of ambivalence.
A new sound therapy app, T-Minus, has been launched on Apple's App Store to help people who suffer from tinnitus.
The condition currently affects 1 in 8 people in the UK alone, with the likes of Eats Everything, Carl Craig and Bicep's Matt McBriar among the high profile dance music names with the hearing condition.
Bicep will return in 2020 for a headline live show in London.
Following a three-night sold out run of shows at Printworks in November last year, Irish duo Bicep will bring their immersive live show back to London's Brixton Academy on 27th March 2020.
No Sleep Festival is set to return to Belgrade this November with another massive line-up to boot including a special showcase put together by fabric to mark their 20th anniversary.
The festival, which takes place in a warehouse close to the Port of Belgrade and is organised by the team behind Serbia's Exit Festival, will host Amelie Lens, Kobosil, Joyhauser and Farrago, who make up part of the roster on Amelie Lens' Lenske label.