David Morales is set to relaunch our DJ Mag HQ live streams later this month.
After putting our in-person streams on hold for 18 months, DJ Mag HQ will return on the 15th October to celebrate 30 years of Nervous Records.
The stream will take place in our London office from 5PM (BST), and you can sign up to be in with a chance to attend here.
Arca has shared details of her new album, 'KICK ii'.
The follow-up to 2020's 'KiCk i', the album is billed in a press release as "the second stage in the ongoing 'KiCk' series. It comprises 12 tracks which are "conceived to represent the multiple self-states that exist within Arca".
The new album takes in production and songwriting credits from Boys Noize, Cardopusher, Mica Levi and Clark, while Sia contributes guest vocals to lead single 'Born Yesterday', for which you can watch a video below.
'KICK ii' will be released by XL on 3rd December.
London-based DJ, radio presenter and promoter Oh Annie Oh has launched a new, six-part podcast series.
Imagined during lockdown, Don't Call Me "Exotic" is described as a response to the rise in anti-Asian hate, before evolving into a wider conversation between the Seoul-born, Toronto-raised artist alongside fellow creatives.
Featuring various guest DJs, musicians, label managers and more, the series finds Annie leading chats on creativity, the industry, and how individuals navigate their careers in the midst of continuing racism.
Soshi Takeda will release a new album, ‘Floating Mountains’, via 100% Silk this week. Hear the ‘Lantern Reflection’ below.
The Tokyo, Japan-based producer delivers seven tracks of gorgeous, light balearic house on his second album, his debut for the Los Angeles label. The release will be available digitally and on limited edition cassette, and is inspired by a mid-80’s photography book of Chinese landscapes.
JASSS has announced details of her new album.
The Berlin-based Spanish sound artist, producer and DJ, aka Silvia Jiménez Alvarez, will release 'A World of Service' via Berghain's in-house label Ostgut Ton on 26th November.
Drumcode's 250th release is a special collaborative project between label founder Adam Beyer and Kevin Saunderson.
Released on 1st October, the techno label marked the occasion with 'Re:Generate', a remix album of tracks from Saunderson's legendary E-Dancer moniker.
A new book documents Europe's free party scene.
Taking in 1997 to 2005, Dirty Dancing is Italian photographer Mattia Zoppellaro's self-described "homage to the iconic faces, makeshift dancefloors, soundsystems and hairstyles that have come to symbolise the legendary movement."
Barcelona's indoor venues are looking set to reopen this weekend.
A week on from the news that Ibiza clubs will be allowed to reopen from the same date, indoor nightclubs in Catalonia are expected to make a return from 8th October. The Catalan government is reportedly still finalising details, but venues that can host over 10,000 guests will now be permitted to operate at 60% of their capacity.
Roland’s popular SP-404 sampler has been a go-to for electronic music producers, especially those making lo-fi beats, since 2005. Leaked details of a MkII version appeared last week on Reddit – according to MusicTech – bringing with them rumours of a ‘cassette simulator’, velocity-sensitive pads, 32 voices of polyphony, an OLED screen and “upgrades under the hood” to improve boot-up times and load times.