Ableton have announced a new update to Live. Version 10.1 includes new devices and updated features including the ability to import user samples into Live’s Waveform synth. There’s also a new device called Delay that combines the current Live devices Ping Pong and Simple Delay offering more stereo control and filtering of audio signals.
Richie Hawtin has released a video explaining the inner workings of his audio-visual live show, CLOSE.
The show, which debuted at Coachella festival in April last year, is based around an improvised performance using a plethora of music tech, including Ableton, Traktor, some midi keyboards, a modular synthesiser and his self-designed Model 1 mixer.
Adam Beyer has unveiled the full line-up for his Drumcode stage at this summer’s Tomorrowland which is taking place over two weekends this July.
Joining the techno don will be the likes of Ben Klock, Dense & Pika, Enrico Sangiuliano, Ida Engberg, Richie Hawtin, Sam Paganini and Michael Thoelen.
Beyer and his Drumcode cohorts will be joined by the likes of Axwell & Ingrosso, Carl Cox, Charlotte de Witte, Steve Aoki and many more for the first weekend of the festival.
DJ Mag is excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with Relentless to live stream Labyrinth In London's takeover at Tobacco Dock this Saturday (31st March).
Set to perform this coming Saturday will be the main man himself, Hot Since 82, alongside Eric Morillo, Matthias Tanzmann, Butch, Point G (Live), Lauren Lo Sung and many more.
This weekend’s show has been sold out for weeks — but if you’ve not managed to grab a ticket you catch all the action via our exclusive live stream on our Facebook page.
The Chemical Brothers have announced their first live show in legendary London venue, Alexandra Palace.
The inimitable electronic act will bring their ferocious, multi-sensory live extravaganza to the 10,000 capacity venue on October 5th.
Stop press! Stop everything! Kylie Minogue is playing Berghain on March 20th!
The Australian pop star will play on the Tuesday night as part of a five date tour in support of her new album 'Golden'. According to her website, these gigs will offer fans the chance to see her perform in a more "intimate" setting. Other dates on the tour include performances at London's Cafe de Paris on March 13th and Manchester's Gorilla on the 14th.
Eric Prydz has shared a new teaser for his spectacular 3D hologram show, with a big announcement expected this Wednesday (31st January).
The Swedish progressive don has been pioneering work with holograms for a while now with his spectacular EPIC shows, which is now in its 5th incarnation.
It would seem that the next version, EPIC 6.0, is ready to roll, potentially in time for this summer’s festival season.
During the footage (below), you can see a luminous lighting array floating inside of an empty warehouse — and it looks incredible.
Carl Cox has launched a new label with a focus on live electronic acts. Dubbed Awesome Soundwave (ASW), its debut release is courtesy of label co-founder Christopher Coe, aka Digital Primate.
The label’s debut EP will be available 02nd March, and features Coe’s forthcoming album track ‘Headland’ along with remixes by Reinier Zonneveld, Fabio Neural, Robin Kampschoer and Sly Faux.