Richie Hawtin has discussed plans for a new interactive app called CLOSER.
The app, Hawtin says, is designed to bring audiences closer to the action behind the decks via a number of interactive features. He plans to release it in September, with the idea having stemmed from the CLOSE live show that he's been touring in recent years having premiered it in 2017.
Richie Hawtin has announced plans to host an audiovisual installation in London this weekend.
The exhibition, at The Store X, 180 The Strand, will be open to the public from Friday April 5th - Sunday April 7th following on from a private viewing on Thursday April 4th. It's free to attend.
Richie Hawtin announced he is planning a a new Plastikman album earlier this week (23rd October), but he has now revealed that he will return under a different alias before that material drops.
Writing on Twitter, he explained he would spend most of 2019 focusing on his Closer live show, before adding, "however, something else will happen first with another old pseudo-name. #1993."
Richie Hawtin is dropping an unreleased album from his older F.U.S.E. alias, thanks to a collaboration between his Plus 8 Records imprint and The Vinyl Factory.