Armin van Buuren has teamed up with Finnish tech trance DJ Tempo Giusto for a new track, titled 'Mr. Navigator'.
It's been a regular fixture in van Buuren's sets of late and stands as one of the most anticipated tracks to come from his forthcoming album, BALANCE. He shared full details of that album, which is due out on October 25th, earlier this week.
The track's available to stream here and below.
Med School, the sister label of Hospital Records, is to cease operations after 13 years of releasing music.
The label has amassed 90 releases since it was founded in 2006, putting out music from the likes of Randomers, S.P.Y., Bop and Etherwood.
"We want to thank all the brilliant artists that created the Med School sound, our dedicated label managers, Ash Howard, Tom Mullett, Chris Watson and Chris Dexta, for their commitment and positivity, and every fan for the love and support throughout the lifespan of the label," said a statement put out by the label.
Spotify has acquired music talent marketplace SoundBetter.
Set up in 2012, the company is described as the "de facto LinkedIn for music professionals" and allows artists and various figures involved in music production and engineering to buy and sell services like mixing, mastering and recording.
Berghain has been making some changes to its entry policy over the course of this month with the club opting to switch from its previous trusty stamping system to giving patrons wristbands upon entry to its lengthy Klubnacht parties.
Another change, which seems to have particularly got the backs up of some attendees, is the club's decision to introduce a €5 charge in order to re-enter the club. It was previously free to leave and come back and costs €18 to get in initially.
New York-based label Orphan. Records is releasing a charity compilation to raise money on World Mental Health Day.
Taking in tracks from Ciel, Nathan Micay, Ariel Zetina, Reckonwrong, Dust E-1 and DJ Python (under his Luis alias), amongst others, the compilation features 15 tracks in total. All proceeds from the release of the compilation, which is titled Or.VA1, will go to the New York-based Child Mind Institute, a charity geared towards helping young people with issues such as depression and anxiety.
Big Miz will release a new EP next month.
The Dixon Avenue Basement James affiliate, who released his full-length LP ‘Build Destroy’ via the Glasgow-based label in 2018, returns with a four-tracker for Bristol’s legendary vinyl-only imprint, Shall Not Fade.
Joining the likes of DJ Boring, Kettama and Mall Grab on the label, Big Miz’s ‘Short Stories’ will drop on October 11th and is comprised of rhythmic, club-driven bangers.
Jacques Greene has announced his new album, 'Dawn Chorus'.
The Canadian DJ/producer, who last released a full-length album in 2017 with 'Feel Infinite', returns to the Glasgow-based LuckyMe with his latest project.
'Dawn Chorus' will be released on the 18th October, and features twelve glossy tracks that traverse house, electro and breaks in Greene's masterful style.
Listen to the first single to be shared from the album 'Do It Without You' below and pre-order the album here.
Underworld have released a new track and accompanying video entitled 'S T A R'.
Released as part of their ongoing 'DRIFT' series, which has seen them create and publish music, film and text pieces every Thursday for 52 weeks, the project will culminate in November with a 'DRIFT Series 1' box set archive, featuring 7 CDs, a blu-ray and an 80-page full colour book.
The collection will be Underworld's first album release since 2016's 'Barbara, Barbara, We Face A Shining Future'.
The history of Berlin club culture is explored in a new exhibition, fittingly entitled No Photos On The Dance Floor! Berlin 1989 - Today.
Taking place at C/O Berlin, in the German capital's Charlottenburg district, Felix and Heiko Hoffmann have curated a collection of images charting three decades of nightlife and rave in the city.