There's a festival going down on the tiny Scottish Isle of Skye this year.
Taking place on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd September, Skye Live boasts an eclectic electronic and techno line-up and will take place in late September in Portree.
Denis Sulta, Vessels, Fort Romeau, Or:la and Moxie are among the names set to play the two-day festival that is accessible by ferry and train. Eclair Fifi will also be curating part of the line-up, hosting Saoirse, Big Miz and Afrodeutsche.
DJ Harvey invited Skream, Peggy Gou, PBR Streetgang, Hot Chip, Felix Dickinson and more to his Discotheque party at Printworks London last weekend (Saturday 19th May). You can check out 10 massive tracks from the event below.
Denis Sulta has locked Seth Troxler and Gerd Janson for Sulta Selects FLY Open Air, which will mark his first ever festival curation.
Other names on the line-up include Jayda G, Tom Trago, San Proper, Or:la, Cromby, Sally C, and Jenny Cheng, with the date confirmed as Saturday 19th May 2018, and the location one of the UK's most stunning stately homes, Hopetoun House, a 17th Century treasure eight-miles from Edinburgh, overlooking the equally striking Fourth Bridge.
Disclosure revealed they will take their Wild Life party to DC10 in Ibiza on four Fridays through July and August last month.
The Croydon duo have now locked full details of the residency, which is set to run from 21st July to 11th August.
Disclosure already revealed a number of names for the Wild Life Ibiza series, which include DJ Harvey, Kevin Saunderson, Bicep, Denis Sulta, Horse Meat Disco and more.
The second round of names for Melt! festival are in, and include Tale Of Us, Bicep, Denis Sulta, among others.
Live acts include Bicep, Bjarki and Ben Frost, plus DJs including Tale Of Us, Maceo Plex, Jennifer Cardini and FJAAK are all booked to play.
They'll be joined by Massimiliano Pagliara and Richie Hawtin, plus recent Best Of British winner, Denis Sulta.
Melt! is set to kick off on the weekend of 14th July in Ferropolis, Germany, and is celebrating its 20th year in operation in 2017.
DJ EZ will headline DJ Mag's Best Of British awards next Thursday, 15th December at London's EGG Club.
He'll join already announced headliners Alan Fitzpatrick, Denis Sulta, DJ EZ, Lauren Lo Sung and Lee Walker, alongside sets from Solardo, Stanton Warriors and the DJ Mag All Stars, with more headliners still to come.
The night will also include a short awards ceremony to announce the winners of each category which have been voted for by DJ Mag readers, with Best DJ, Best Producer and Best MC some of the gongs up for grabs.
DJ Mag's Best Of British poll has officially closed, and while the votes are being counted and verified, we have the pleasure of dropping our first wave of acts for the B.O.B. awards party next week!
Taking over EGG London in Kings Cross from 8pm on Thursday 15th December, we've recruited a host of nominees to show off their stuff. First up, Southampton's Alan Fitzpatrick (nominated in Best Track for his break-driven slammer 'We Do What We Want') brings his heavyweight techno to proceedings.