Music documentary 'The Sound of Belgium' is free to watch online now via Vimeo.
An Instagram post by Josh Cheon, boss at the much-lauded 80s-influenced synth label Dark Entries, signposts to the stream link. The film itself was originally produced in 2012, with Jozef Deville directing an in-depth insight into the Belgian New Beat, EBM, house and techno scenes.
The version available to watch is the Director's Cut, which features seven tracks that were not included in the official release.
JASSS has announced a new EP on Whities.
'Whities 027' is the first solo work we've had from the critically acclaimed producer and DJ since her first album, 'Weightless', in 2017. The new material will arrive on 20th March.
Pegged as "an unapologetic ode to rave", the two tracks are inspired by the artist's formative years on the dancefloor as a teenager. Opening number, 'Turbo Olé', sets the bar high via powerhouse breaks and frenzied synth lines — take a listen below.
Beatport is expanding its techno categories on the download and streaming site to include more branches of the genre. Now, users will see two different types of techno available as charts, both artists and sales, in the form of Techno [Peak Time/Driving/Hard] and Techno [Raw/Deep/Hypnotic]. Beatport have created two playlists to highlight the sounds of each style, with the peak time playlist featuring artists like Thomas Schumacher and Matador and the raw and deep featuring Karenn and Ansome.
Ilian Tape has announced the debut LP from Andrea, ‘Ritorno’, will arrive on 9th April.
It's the first we've heard from the revered Italian producer since 'Forse' and 'Remade' dropped on the same imprint, more than a year ago. The album comprises 12 tracks, which we've been told offer 'cosmic waves' and 'high energy bounce'.
Minor Science has announced his debut album, ‘Second Language’, which will arrive via Whities on 3rd April.
The record sees the producer, otherwise known as Angus Finlayson, explore his relationship with mother and adopted tongues, through tracks touching on electronica, musique concrete, electro, techno and alt-jazz.
Afrojack has teased his techno project during a Tomorrowland One World Radio stream in support of next month's Tomorrowland Winter event in the French Alps.
Going under the alias Kapuchon for this endeavour, the Dutch producer — best known for EDM output — has explained his desire to explore new sounds while avoiding preconceptions associated with his previous efforts.
Berghain’s Ostgut Ton imprint is celebrating its fifteenth birthday with Luke Slater's 'Fünfzehn' mix.
The release, slated to land on 3rd April, was created by the decade-spanning techno hero after revisiting the label's back catalogue. New compositions were then created from batches of ten releases, resulting in a 130-minute meld representing the sound of curator and the 15-year-old institution. Following the album, two 12"s will drop, containing a total of seven exclusive tracks, which will be available to stream and download.