Junction 2 Festival’s organisers have announced the first wave of acts set to play its 2019 edition.
As announced last week, next year’s festival will expand into two days, with the Friday (7th June) boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up while Saturday (8th June) will maintain its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game.
Richie Hawtin announced he is planning a a new Plastikman album earlier this week (23rd October), but he has now revealed that he will return under a different alias before that material drops.
Writing on Twitter, he explained he would spend most of 2019 focusing on his Closer live show, before adding, "however, something else will happen first with another old pseudo-name. #1993."
Richie Hawtin has confirmed that he is currently working on a new Plastikman album.
The Canadian producer/DJ - who moved up 19 places to 61 in this year's Top 100 DJs - tweeted a fan saying that the long-awaited follow-up to 2014's 'EX' is in the pipeline.
Is technology helping or hurting DJs? A new documentary by Telekom Electronic Beats looks to answer this question.
Taking the form of a round table discussion, heavyweights such as Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Ellen Allien, Steffi and Rebekah share their thoughts on a subject that has long been hotly debated.
Richie Hawtin has responded to a message from a Twitter user suggesting that he return to Chicago to play in a warehouse for an underground promoter.
“Would love to come back for a warehouse type party!,” Hawtin said, quoting the tweet. Now, all that remains to be seen is whether a promoter in the city will make it happen.
Resistance Ibiza has been off to an amazing start at Privilege. Running every Tuesday from 17th July right up to 11th of September the line-ups for the series are absolutely massive, featuring names such as Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Maceo Plex, Dubfire, Joseph Capriati, Nicole Moudaber, Pan-Pot and many more.
Tomorrowland’s annual stream has now gone live for the final day of its weekend two celebrations, with the mega festival set to stream music from Martin Garrix, Steve Angello, Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Solomun and many more.
The festival, which is based in Boom, Belgium, has been broadcasting again across four channels for three consecutive days this weekend (27th to 29th July), after doing so at last weekend’s event (22nd to 24th July).
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.
Richie Hawtin is looking for a Europe-based Digital Content Creator to work exclusively for his team.
This dream job opening will involve lots of international travel— unsurprisingly including many weekends and a multitude of time zones— and the successful applicant must be able to produce and distribute video and photo content while on the move.