Jubilee has announced details of her new album.
Having featured as our On Cue artist back in early April, the Miami born, NY-based DJ and producer has revealed that 'Call For Location' will be be released via Mixpak on 1st November. Coming three years after the release of her debut album, 'After Hours', it will include the likes of previously-released singles 'Fulla Curva' and 'Mami'. Tracklist is TBA.
Dark Entries will release the debut album of Portugal’s Photonz this October.
Dubbed ‘Nuit’, the album is named for the Egyptian goddess of sky, stars, and astronomy. And according to the press release, Photonz “was really swept away by the concept of ‘freedom of form under the night sky’, the accepting embrace of Nuit.”
Dengue Dengue Dengue have announced their new album.
The Peruvian duo will release their third album, 'Zenit & Nadir', via Enchufada on October 4th.
The album follows their 2018 EP 'Son De Los Diablos' and continues their exploration of Afro-Peruvian musical history. The album finds the pair utilising traditional rhythmic styles like landó, festejo and crioullo, and making use of traditional instruments such as the quijada, a percussive instrument made out of a donkey's jawbone.
Clark has announced a new album, 'Kiri Variations', and shared the first single from the album, ‘Cannibal Homecoming’
This will be the Warp Records mainstay’s ninth studio album, following 2017’s ‘Death Peak’, and will be released through his own label, Throttle Records.
Beastie Boys have released a digitally expanded version of 'To The 5 Boroughs'.
Originally released in 2004, the deluxe version of 'To The 5 Boroughs' includes 12 rare tracks, as well as remixes from Blur's Graham Coxon and Roc Nation affiliate Just Blaze.
Speaking on the anniversary, Beastie Boys shared, “To the 5 Boroughs came out 15 years ago today. For the occasion, twelve rare tracks have just been released digitally in addition to the original 15 songs on the album.”
Stream the deluxe version of 'To The 5 Boroughs' below.
Moodymann has announced details of an expanded digital version of his new album, 'Sinner'.
The legendary Detroit DJ, real name Kenny Dixon Jr, will release a seven-track, digital version of the album on 21st June. The original vinyl edition of the album - which was sold on limited edition vinyl at a barbecue during Movement Detroit - included five tracks.
The forthcoming digital version will also including 'Got Me Coming Back Rite Now', which will replace the original's title track.
Avicii’s posthumous artist album,‘TIM’, is available to listen to now.
Spanning 12 anthemic tracks and many genres, the album features collaborations with Imagine Dragons, Aloe Blacc, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, and Swedish duo Vargas & Lagola.
Deft is the alias of Yip Wong. Born in Croydon, he has a talent for loping, sophisticated beats which, if you didn’t know otherwise, might trick you into lumping him in with his fellow Croydon-based, dubstep pioneers. In reality, he tells DJ Mag that he “grew up listening to pop-punk and commercial hip-hop” and, when played some early Digital Mystikz by his brother-in-law, he “just didn’t really understand it”.
According to a new and reliable leak, a new Calvin Harris record is on the way before June.
The information comes via a supplemental financial report from Sony, dated 26 April, under a section called “Noteworthy projects.” The report states that Tyler, The Creator and Calvin Harris have projects due before the end of the second quarter, which finishes on 30th June, 2019.