Radiohead have released their ninth studio album, ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, which was made available at 7pm on Sunday evening.
Having teased new material throughout last week, the new album features 11 tracks including ‘Burn The Witch’ and ‘Daydreaming’, which were unveiled earlier this week.
At the moment the only way you can stream the album is via Apple Music or Tidal, or you can buy it digitally from iTunes.
The band’s label XL Recordings plans to release the album physically on 17th June, with a special edition vinyl version coming this September.
It’s taken a while for disco to get it stripes on the underground circuit in Ibiza and further afield – but since Glitterbox started hosting disco-leaning nights every Friday at Space Ibiza, the White Isle has fully embraced the sounds of the balearic once again.
This year’s season looks set to be biggest yet with 16 weeks of house and disco for the final year of Space Ibiza every Friday night on the terrace.
Infinity Ink, a collaborative project between long-time friends Ali Love and Luca Cazal, have today announced they’ve signed to Different Recordings (PIAS) for their forthcoming debut album.
Having working with the like of The Chemical Brothers, Justice and Roisin Murphy in recent years, and with their work with Hot Natured, Love and Cazal have been incredilby busy since the group’s last single, ‘Infinity’, which saw chart success in both France and Belgium.
German electro dons Digitalism have today announced the release of their third studio album, 'Mirage', on May 11th.
Alongside the news of the album, the duo have dropped a trifecta of storming tracks from the album – including 'Battlecry', 'Utopia' and 'The Ism' - and it's some of their best material yet.
Never one to shy away from taking risks, Belgian electro-rockers Soulwax decided for their new Soulwax album – their first in well over a decade – they would soundtrack a rowdy Belgian film called 'Belgica', and create 16 fictional bands in the process.
Aeroplane has dropped a fresh hour-long mixtape of obscure disco delights as the Belgian producer prepares for a busy 2016 ahead.
Speaking to DJ Mag, the Belgian disco don said that he’s got around “2 years worth of work” ready to take flight for 2016 and beyond, and also confirmed to us that his second artist album is beginning to take shape and will be ready for the "end of year".
Satin Jackets have announced that their debut album, ‘Panorama Pacifico’, will be released on April 8th via Eskimo Recordings.
A collaborative affair from Tim Bernhardt and lead performer Den Ishu, the album is billed as “exhilarating and sexy” and features a host of collaborations from the likes of I will, I swear, Melbourne’s Kids At Midnight, Belgian’s Marble Sounds, fellow Eskimo artist and Greek producer NTEIBINT and KLP from Australia.
On Wednesday 9th March, the Viper Recordings crew will take over a secret London location for the Viper Recordings - Sound of Drum & Bass album launch party.
The event features 12 DJs and MCs who’ll be playing a back2back special, that will be broadcast live on DJ Mag TV.
Ostgut Ton has a lot to live up to. The Berlin-based label is the progeny of the infamous Berghain/Panorama Bar and it has an invisible bar to meet that’s set as high as the dark, steel-beamed ceilings that loom above the floors of its parent club.
“I don’t judge music by genre. I listen to techno, I listen to classical, I listen to everything. And I try to only listen to good music and push good music – doesn’t matter about the genre. There’s good and there’s bad. That’s it.” Gai Barone folds his hands and laughs softly at his decisive statement.