Circoloco has revealed the lineup for its 2019 closing party at DC-10.
Taking place on Monday, October 7th, the club has invited a number of residents and friends to see out the 2019 season with the likes of Peggy Gou, Seth Troxler, Job Jobse, Amelie Lens, The Martinez Brothers, Honey Dijon, Loco Dice and Marcel Dettmann, amongst others, representing the club's regulars and residents.
Guests will include Peach, Or:la, Jamie Jones, Tale Of Us, Jamie xx, Maceo Plex, Richy Ahmed, Joseph Capriati and Rødhåd.
Amelie Lens will oversee the next instalment of the 'fabric presents' mix series.
Her set, which is the fourth 'fabric presents' mix, following its launch earlier this year, takes in 19 unreleased tracks from a number of up-and-comers and peers from the world of techno including Anetha, Pär Grindvik, Nur Jaber, Regal, Hadone, Setaoc Mass and artists on Lens' Lenske label such as Farrago, AIROD and Milo Spykers. There's also a new track of her own featured.
No Sleep Festival is set to return to Belgrade this November with another massive line-up to boot including a special showcase put together by fabric to mark their 20th anniversary.
The festival, which takes place in a warehouse close to the Port of Belgrade and is organised by the team behind Serbia's Exit Festival, will host Amelie Lens, Kobosil, Joyhauser and Farrago, who make up part of the roster on Amelie Lens' Lenske label.
Amelie Lens will play all-night long at revered Amsterdam venue Shelter.
Hot off the back of the release of her new EP 'Little Robot' on September 13th, Belgian techno titan Amelie Lens has announced a seven hour set in Amsterdam on September 20th.
Shelter has a 24-hour licence, so while Lens is scheduled to play from 11PM through to 6AM, there's a strong possibility the party could go deeper into the morning.
Amelie Lens will release a new EP later this month.
'Little Robot' marks label boss Lens' second release on Lenske, following 'Basiel' in 2018, and is the seventh release on the imprint.
The four-track EP, incoming on the 13th September, is a collection of typically hypnotising productions from Lens. Acting as a showcase for her prowess as a diverse and experimental producer, Lens opens the EP in thunderous fashion with the intensity of track 'Helium', before providing her own vocals on standouts like 'Man Over Machine'.
The final secret headliner and a new stage have been announced for Terminal V festival in Edinburgh this October.
The festival, which takes place at the Royal Highland Centre mass, 20,000-capacity warehouse complex, will now also feature an additional an all-female stage.
Techno stalwart Amelie Lens has been announced as the final headliner for the Halloween event, joining the previously announced names such as Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann and Maceo Plex.
Festival season might be nearing an end, but that doesn't mean you can't still relive some of the year's live-streamed highlights, and this week, Awakenings have you covered.
The Dutch festival, which took place in June, has been releasing a number of highlights from this year's event over the last six weeks or so, and the latest of those is Amelie Lens' all-out techno assault.
Amelie Lens has shared a track from her upcoming EP, 'Little Robot'.
The 7th release on her label Lenske, launched in May last year with a collaborative effort from Lens, Kobosil and Farrago, the imprint has also been home to releases from Elixyr label boss Airod, and Milo Spykers.
The title track from the EP, serving as the B-side opener, is a wickedly fast-paced and progressive dive into Lens' unique style of hypnotic techno.
A new app filter adds 50 years to your face and we've got frighteningly realistic images of some of the world's biggest DJs to prove it.
Currently going viral via a new "age challenge", the filter is the latest trend by FaceApp, which originally launched back in 2017.
Ever wonder what Gerd Janson, Amelie Lens, Don Diablo, Skream, Loco Dice, Solardo and Timmy Trumpet might look like in 2069? Well, now you can below.
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Perc will soon release a new remix EP for his track 'Look What Your Love Has Done To Me', featuring reworks by himself, I Hate Models and Amelie Lens.
Set for release on his own Perc Trax label, the release sees Amelie Lens return the favour after Perc remixed her track 'Stay With Me' in 2017. She's also namechecked as one of the key supporters of the Gazelle Twin-featuring 'Look What Your Love Has Done To Me' which originally featured on Perc's 2017 album 'Bitter Music'.