FLY Open Air has revealed more artists to play the Scottish festival in the second line-up announcement.
Junction 2 has announced the final wave of additions to its 2020 line-up with Midland, Eclair Fifi and Seth Troxler amongst the newly confirmed names.
Joining the festival's Friday line-up are Midland, Eris Drew, Eclair Fifi, Peach, Leon Vynehall, DJ Koze, D Tiffany, Chaos In The CBD, Yu Su, Cromby, Ceri, and Carlota. Aurora Halal and DMX Krew are also scheduled to play live sets that day.
The future of Glasgow club and live music venue The Art School is in doubt after financial troubles have forced the team running the space to suspend its future programming.
GSASA Ltd, a commercial branch of the Glasgow School of Art Students' Association, oversees the venue's club and live music programming, as well as its use as a bar and restaurant, but has admitted that debts have built up as a result of frequently running at a loss.
Eclair Fifi has tapped up Afrodeutsche for a four-track EP on new imprint, River Rapid.
The DJ and producer, who featured on Marie Davidson's remix package alongside Nina Kraviz in February this year, will release 'RR001' via River Rapid on 26th July.
Afrodeutsche provides a murky mix of electro, house and breaks on 'RR001', meticulously capturing the essence of heavy dancefloor heat and crediting afrobeat and jazz to the pace of the EP.
Farr Festival took place in Hertforshire's Bygrave Woods last weekend (5th to 8th July). Check out 15 massive tracks from the event below.
One of the UK's greatest annual celebrations of underground house and techno, this year’s Farr saw standout sets from Hunee, Antal, Gerd Janson, Job Jobse, Lena Willikens, DJ Stingray, Debonair, Eclair Fifi and O'Flynn.
Dead or Alive
'You Spin Me'
'Bizarre Love Triangle'
'Beat of the Night'
'Do You (Vocal 12" Version)'
'Just a Little (Sunday Service mix)'
'Perth (Original Mix)'
'You Stopped Dying'
2 Bad Mice
'Ooh What a Life (Gerd Janson & Shan Edit)’
'The Groove That Won't Stop'
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.
Farr Festival has announced its first names for its 2018 edition.
The crew behind the event have already nabbed some seriously heavyweight names, with Dixon, Moodymann and Gerd Janson among those set to touch down at the Hertfordshire event.
Running from the 5th-8th July in Bygrave Woods, Hertfordshire, the festival will also plsy host to Eclair Fifi and British live act legend Mr G, who will showcase his sounds at his “G’s Spot” stage.
No Bounds Festival kicks off on Friday 13th October, spanning the full weekend through to Sunday 15th across various spaces in Sheffield, bringing a unique combination of music, art, technology and ideas to the city.