Soichi Terada will release a new album later this year.
The Tokyo house producer will release the ten-track 'Asakusa Light' via Rush Hour on 13th December. It marks the follow-up to 2015's 'Sounds From The Far East', and his soundtrack to Ape Escape 3 in 2016.
Above & Beyond have surprise released a new EP.
This morning (17th June), the London-based trance trio dropped the 9-track 'Flow State: Healing With Nature' via Anjunabeats. It arrives two years after the release of 'Flow State', an album the group described as “music tools for yoga, mindfulness and mental fitness".
Shanique Marie has announced details of her upcoming debut album.
Folamour has announced a new album.
French DJ, producer and label boss Folamour, who has released records via iabels such as City, Classic, Church and Glitterbox, will release a new album via his own FHUO imprint later this year.
Serving as Folamour's third album, 'The Journey' will be released in late June, and features collaborations with the likes of UK-born artist SG Lewis and South London soul singer, Tertia May.
Luca Yupanqui, a toddler in the US, is releasing her debut album that was recorded while she was still in the womb. The album ‘Sounds of the Unborn’ was recorded by her parents using “biosonic MIDI technology”, which took vibrations and signals from electrodes attached to her mother's abdomen across several five-hour meditation sessions. The MIDI was then sent to various synthesizers to generate sound.
The follow-up to lead single 'You', 'Blue to Black' is the latest track to be taken from 'In Blue' by Kevin Richard Martin and Berlin-based, American producer/vocalist Felicia Chen. Stream the single and watch a brief visual clip below.
Fatboy Slim has announced details of a new mix album.
The legendary UK DJ will release the next edition of the much-loved mix series 'Back To Mine' on November 6th.
Focusing on funk and soul, the mix features many rare finds, opens with Dave Barker & Ansell Collins' 'Monkey Spanner', and includes 1975 classic 'Take Yo Praise' by Camille Yarborough, which Cook sampled on his 1998 single 'Praise You'.