India Jordan, Four Tet and Floating Points are among the artists to remix Caribou for a new EP.
Alongside a brand new remix from Welsh producer Koreless, Caribou, real name Dan Snaith, has revealed details of his forthcoming 'Suddenly Remixes' collection.
The Canadian producer has enlisted the likes of previously announced India Jordan, Floating Point, Four Tet and Shanti Celeste for remixes on his album, with the latest additions coming in the form of Jessy Lanza, Prince Nifty, Toro Y Moi, and Koreless.
UK-based label Scuffed Recordings has announce an artist development scheme for women and gender non-conforming artists.
Aimed at addressing the gender imbalance in music production, it will consist of a six-month programme offering production lessons and industry training to developing producers.
UK DJ and producer Dance System has launched a new label, ‘System Records’.
Announcing its launch with a euphoric collaboration with India Jordan, Dance System’s new label is an homage to the club in a post-lockdown world: an opportunity to facilitate collective joy and hedonism, even when the dancefloor are empty. ‘Let’s Go’ is a joyous, uplifting banger in keeping with India Jordan and Dance System’s distinctive sounds.
Sheffield clubbing institution Hope Works has announced the residents it has in store for 2020.
Joining the residency programme for the first time are SHERELLE, who won Best Breakthrough DJ at our 2019 DJ Mag Best of British Awards, India Jordan, and queer party Babycakes co-founder Diessa.
They join three of Hope Works' 2019 residents who are being invited back: Rian Treanor, Ifeoluwa and 96 Back.
India Jordan will release a new EP through Local Action later this month.
Made up of two tracks, titled 'WARPER' and 'Bulbasaur Shuffle', the EP is Jordan's first for the label since the release of her DNT STP MY LV EP earlier this year.
A press text from Local Action says that the tracks have been "reloaded everywhere from Boiler Room to Barcelona," adding that they've been "highlights of India's DJ sets throughout 2019".
But Lea has stepped up, and is now providing a solid, independent alternative himself.
This artist-led approach has encouraged each member of the Local Action family to develop a distinct identity, while Lea is obviously willing to take more of what some might call risks. Case in point: Local Action has put out 16 long-players in just nine years. “They seem like a big deal until you do one,” says Lea. He muses on recurring problem of dance music albums often ending up “disappointing” or “completely overblown”.
The end result is an imprint that can support both huge pop acts and remain one of the most exciting outlets in underground club culture, putting on tiny sweaty events in Deptford while hitting hundreds of thousands of Spotify plays. While most labels aim to build a recognisable brand, Lea says, “I get more these days out of actually providing a proper, professional, financially-viable infrastructure that an artist can grow within and see the benefits of...
Lena Raine 'Trance State'
DAWN 'new breed'
Anz 'Round 2 (Instrumental)'
Sim Hutchins '(Won’t) Find Love in the Club'
India Jordan 'Bulbasaur Shuffle'
India Jordan 'DNT STP MY LV'
Anz 'Helps Your Two Hips Move'
Finn 'Friends & Lovers'
India Jordan 'Warper'
Anz 'No Harm'
Finn 'Do What You Want Forever'
Yamaneko 'Fall Control'
Lena Raine 'A Chance to Rest'
Femme Culture will release the second volume of their compilation series for UN Women this Friday 5th April.