Japanese-born, Berlin-based techno DJ HITO is set to curated a new event series at IPSE in Berlin later this month, kicking off on 31st August and cryptically titled OTO.
OTO — which is Japanese for 'sound' — will see HITO joined by a slew of established and up-and-coming guests who hail from Germany, Japan and across the globe, with a focus on pure and organic-sounding techno sonics.
ADAM Audio have released a new video featuring techno pioneer Richie Hawtin.
In the short video, Richie Hawtin talks us through his early experiences and his love for techno, as well as his ever-expanding relationship with technology.
The video is also a showcase for ADAM Audio’s award-winning S3X-H midfield monitors which have garnered high praise from Richie as he explains his experiences with the monitors at Berlin’s UFO Studios, and subsequently adopting ADAM Audio’s monitors for his recent ‘From My Mind To Yours' album.
Elrow’s 2017 expansion has been slowed due to disagreements with local officials in Salou, ES. At the recommendation of local politicians and stakeholders, Elrow’s 15th July Friends & Family festival has been cancelled.
Deadmau5 has re-recorded his less-than-desired Testpilot set from Movement Detroit. The mix is part of his BBC Radio 1 Residency.
Richie Hawtin opened up about why he embarked on his new CLOSE live show, explaining that “DJing is much easier than it ever was”.
Known for his love of pioneering new technology, Hawtin launched his new live show at Coachella last month (April).
Cocoon Ibiza has revealed the line-up for its 2017 season, which runs for 14 Mondays from 29th May at Amnesia Ibiza.
Joining Cocoon Ibiza head honcho Sven Väth as residents will be Ricardo Villalobos, who spins 6 exclusive shows across the summer.
The Chilean minimal master will also be joined by Adam Beyer (seven shows), Nina Kraviz (5 shows) and Ilario Alicante (seven shows).
Cocoon Ibiza’s 18th season will also see Seth Troxler, Âme, Rødhåd, Ben Klock, Raresh, Solomun, Craig Richards, Ben UFO, Gerd Janson, tINI and more also spin through the summer.
SXM Festival hit the Caribbean island of Saint Martin between Wednesday 15th and Sunday 19th March, for five days of impeccably programmed parties in paradise.
The main area of the festival, Happy Bay, welcomed a who’s who of the underground to grace its main stage, with Ricardo Villalobos, Richie Hawtin, Jamie Jones, Black Coffee, Skream, Bob Moses, Soul Clap and many more all spinning.
Richie Hawtin is set to unveil his new audiovisual show called Close — Spontaneity & Synchronicity at next month's Coachella music festival.
The brand-new 75-minute live show promises to unify the art of DJing and live performance, with a strong focus on real-time visual abstraction of Hawtin and his gear thanks to some strategically placed cameras that will then be projected onto large screens.
Oasis Festival has enlisted Nicolas Jaar (live), Richie Hawtin, Marcellus Pittman and more as part of its annual party, taking place from 15th through 17th September at Marrakech's Source Music Resort in Morocco.
Additional acts include Anja Schneider, Henrik Schwarz, Daniel Avery, Harvey Sutherland and Kornél Kovács.
Previously confirmed acts consists of Marcel Dettmann, KiNK, Chloé, Maceo Plex, Moodymann and Jeremy Underground.
Richie Hawtin will unveil his new audio-visual show at this year's Movement Festival, set to run 27th through 29th May in Detroit, Michigan.
Movement Festival announced the news via Twitter earlier today, revealing that the new show will be titled CLOSE.
No other information about the show is known at this time.