Dax J has revealed details of his new album 'Offending Public Morality', which drops 6th April via his forward-thinking imprint, Monnom Black.
Three years on from debut LP 'Shades Of Black', the Berlin-based Londoner returns with a 14-track arsenal of pummelling techno, cutting-edge EBM, junglist mayhem and thought-provoking ambient works, which aim to "confront 'public morality'."
Midland, whose 'Fabriclive 94' release made our Top 10 Compilations of 2017 list, has shared a new mix, and better yet he's enabled downloads so you can take it home for keeps.
Entitled 'As The City Sleeps', the hour-long effort is a beautifully lush journey into opiate soundscapes that's pretty much the perfect wakeup for anyone struggling with January's cold mornings.
The xx have shared an uncredited 55-second ambient clip via their Spotify playlist.
The critically acclaimed indietronica outfit dropped their second album 'Coexist' four years ago, announcing a third was on the way in 2014.
While there's been no official word on the new clip, the washy ambient noise, faintly hinted vocals and fact that it's copyrighted by their label Young Turks suggests it could be a teaser for their forthcoming LP.
A new documentary exploring pioneering experimental outfit The Orb is on the way.
Appropriately titled, Lunar Orbit, the film tracks the duo's formation and development, along with the creation of their 2015 album 'Moonbuilding 2703 AD'.
Having had a sneak peak at the doc, DJ Mag can confirm it's an interesting and informative watch, will a healthy dose of The Orb's off-the-wall humour too.
Check out the teaser below.
Martin Jenkins, A.K.A. Pye Corner Audio, has announced his latest album 'Stasis' will arrive via Ghost Box this August.
Known for his love of analogue hardware, the prolific producer relies heavily on synthetic soundscapes, resulting in a style that sits in the blurry territory between ambient electronica and eclectic dance.
In a parallel universe, the trippy, floaty, cinematic DJ mixes of Mixmaster Morris would be top of the charts — essential for any post-club after-party wind-down.
Well, now they are! According to Mixcloud anyway, the streaming site that many DJs are turning to as a result of dissatisfaction — for one reason or another — with SoundCloud.
Seb Wildblood is the proud co-owner of Church, a fairly young label specializing in cutting-edge techno that in recent years has seen its popularity grow exponentially among fans and peers alike.