A Drexciya exhibition is happening later this month.
Running from November 15th to the 23rd, the exhibtion, entitled 'Bubble Chamber' and organised by Gentrified Underground, will be on show at the Up State gallery in Zürich.
Toronto DJ/producer Stacey Sexton is next up on London’s All Centre with two club-ready cuts of buoyant techno.
Following releases from Hence Therefore, Bleid, BFTT and label founder DJ P, Sexton’s maintains label’s penchant for percussive, off-kilter techno while still casting loving nods to classic dancefloor sounds.
UK producer The Subdermic will release her new EP, ‘Scorched Earth’, via Bass Agenda on 18th November.
Her third EP for the label, along with previous releases on Opal Tapes, Kosovo’s TMM Records and her own imprint, ‘Scorched Earth’ is a five-track offering of urgent, heady techno, with a rousing punk edge not unlike Louisahhh's mighty 'Feral Rhythm' from earlier this year.
Floorplan will release a new album next month.
Incoming via Will Saul's Aus Music, where the Detroit Father-Daughter duo have released various EPs, 'Supernatural' will mark Floorplan's first album in three years, and comprises of two LPs.
Releasing an EP earlier this year with two samplers from the album, 'Fiyaaaa!' and spiralling house anthem 'His Eye Is On The Sparrow', which features Carol Otis, 'Supernatural' will feature 10 tracks across its two sides.
“My music is about being myself,” says Adiel, the Italian DJ and producer, of her dub techno, which is mesmerising and ecstatic in equal measure. Blending tribal percussion, eerie atmospheres and spellbinding rhythms, the Goa Club resident has crafted a signature sound that has not only made her a key part of the local scene, but also introduced her to the international dance music circuit.
London-via-Birmingham's Barely Legal is a mainstay of the UK scene. An artist who has been at the forefront of the underground bass world for almost a decade, the DJ and label owner has spent 2019 playing gigs everywhere from Munich to Ibiza, and performed at Croatia’s Hideout, Creamfields, and Snowbombing. As the year winds down, Barely Legal is finishing up her Pretty Weird tour, a label affiliated party series, which has been touring the country since August.
Berlin Club Commission is hosting a European Club Night on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Wall.
The momentous and fittingly celebratory event is set for Saturday 9th November, and will feature crews from more than 27 nations taking over venues across the city.
Carl Cox has self-confirmed he will be on the line-up for Glastonbury 2020.
The UK legend will head to Worthy Farm for the event's much-anticipated 50th anniversary edition, as he explained to our team in the aftermath of this year's DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll reveal during ADE last Saturday. You can watch the video of the interview below.
Charlotte de Witte has announced the next KNTXT tour, taking her famed party and newly-launched label on the road across Europe this winter and drafting a wealth of on-point guests to join.
The Belgian techno high-flyer will cap off a year of relentless headline shows, BBC Radio 1 and Studio Brussels residencies by hosting five dates at some of finest venues in the UK and on the continent.