After a successful Asia tour, Don Diablo has given his fans some details — via a Instagram live stream — on what they can expect in the second half of 2017 from the Dutch superstar — including a new studio album.
The Dutch DJ and producer confirmed he has been working on a new studio album which should be released this November.
Diablo also confirmed the has collaborations coming up with both future house star Oliver Heldens and EDM giant KSHMR.
Despite taking 16 years to write the follow-up to 2000's 'Since I Left You', The Avalanches have announced that they've already begun working on the follow-up to 2016's 'Wildflower'.
Speaking with Sydney-based radio station FBI Radio, the band’s Robbie Chater admitted they've begun working on new material between tours.
“In the few weeks since we’ve been home from the States, Tony and myself have just been writing,” explained Chater.
Ferry Corsten returns to his uplifting trance roots with an immersive multimedia project that explores fundamental questions about humanity and the galaxy we inhabit, taking us on an emotional journey of epic proportions.
Words: ERIN SHARONI Pics: JOS KOTTMAN
“It begins with a sound. Echoing, from the depths of space.
Maceo Plex has finally announced the release of his long-awaited studio album, ‘Solar’.
Originally meant to be released last year, the Barcelona-based DJ and producer instead released last year's 7-track 'Journey to Solar', a more club-focussed exposition of his varied influences.
Unlike 'Journey to Solar' — which was released on his own imprint Ellum — his latest long-play ‘Solar’ will be released on his brand new label Lone Romantic on 16th June.
Now that The Chainsmokers debut album is out, the U.S duo have taken to their Facebook page to breakdown the inspiration behind each track on their debut album, 'Memories... Do Not Open'.
Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall have gone into great detail on each of the track's themes, whether it's coming to terms with being one the biggest breakout artists of the last two years to working with the likes of Coldplay on 'Something Just Like This' and Emily Warren on 'My Type'.
Gorillaz have announced that their new album 'Humanz' will be released on Friday 28th April via Parlophone.
Alongside today's announcement, the virtual band led by Damon Albarn has shared a unique Jamie Hewlett-directed animated film, which features four 'Humanz' tracks.
The tracks included in the animated film are ‘Saturnz Barz’ in full, plus highlights of ‘Ascension’, ‘Andromeda’ and ‘We Got The Power’. The animated film will also be released in VR via Google's Daydream in April, too.
A tracklisting reportedly to be from Gorillaz's as-yet unnamed new album has leaked online and it features collaborations with De La Soul, Danny Brown, Vince Staples and more.
The leaked tracklist comes from website HasItLeaked, where according to one of its users the tracks have been registered with the UK's Phonographic Performance Limited.
Deadmau5 has release his latest 13-track LP 'Stuff I Used To Do' via WeTransfer, and it's available to download for free for the next seven days.
The LP consists of 16 previously unheard tracks from the outspoken EDM producer, with the album on sale via digital retailers from next Friday 3rd March (another three exclusive tracks will be available for those who choose to purchase the album).
The Gorillaz have shared a short animated story on their social media accounts, that explains the story of the band’s fictional guitarist, Noodle.
The virtual band — which was created by wacky duo Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett — seems to be signalling that their hotly-anticipated new album, and the follow-up to 2011’s ‘The Fall’, is nearing completion.
Part of the band’s image and appeal has been their iconic cartoon personas, and The Book of Noodle is clearly an extension of this — Jamie Hewlett also famously created another popular character, Tank Girl.