Caribou has dropped his first new track in five years. ‘Home’ premiered today as Annie Mac's Hottest Record In The World on her BBC Radio 1 show.
Sónar Festival returned to Barcelona over the weekend for its 26th edition, once again taking over two locations in the city.
As ever, the festival boasted a diverse offering of some of the best electronic music alongside acts like Stormzy, Skepta, Bad Bunny and more. Other highlights included Four Tet, Saoirse, Holly Herndon, Lorenzo Senni and Palms Trax playing b2b with Peggy Gou.
Daphni, AKA Caribou, AKA Dan Snaith, has dropped a new four-track EP, 'Sizzling' after sharing the title track earlier this month.
His first release since 'Joli Mai' in 2017, 'Sizzling' is a collection of disco deliveries originally made exclusively to be played in his own sets.
Gilles Peterson is curating a string of events in London, in aid of the youth mental health charity Safaplace.
The Worldwide FM don and Brownswood label leader will be hosting sessions at new pop up record and book store Look Up, at Stoke Newington's Edwards Lane Gallery from Monday 24th to Sunday 30th September.
Caribou's Dan Snaith has today announced that he will release his second Daphni album, dubbed 'Joli Mai', this week.
The album will be released this Friday and is said to include sought-after extended versions of tracks which featured in the producer's well-received Fabriclive mix.
Several of the tracks from his recent Fabriclive mix were short versions made specifically for the mix, which Snaith has now fleshed out into full tracks for the forthcoming album.
Daphni, the club-focused nom de plume of Dan Snaith (aka Caribou), is taking the lead of the forthcoming ‘Fabriclive 93’ mix.
Similarly to Omar-S and Shackleton, Daphni is claiming 100% of the mix for his own unreleased work. In total, the mix will feature 23 new tracks and four fresh edits. According to Snaith himself, a majority of the tracks were recorded exclusively for the mix .
After three sold out editions in July, The Peacock Society festival will host 10,000 people for its first ever winter edition, this Saturday 30th January.
Featuring two designated music room, lectures with influential artists from around the globe and a cinema that's set to screen cult music films Paris is Burning and The Sound of Belgium, it's all kicking off at the beautiful Parc Floral De Paris this weekend.
Artists on the bill include Theo Parrish, DJ Koze, Daphni, Daniel Avery, Levon Vincent, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Andrew Weatherall, Danny Daze and many more.