Artists have come together to raise money for Australia's current bushfire crisis.
Since September 2019, bushfires have ravaged almost 2,000 homes, and killed at least 25 people and millions of animals. Celebrities and public figures have come together to raise funds since the fires began, including key figures from the Australian electronic music scene.
Brighton club Patterns has shared its programme for early 2020.
As well as live listings from January through to March, the venue has also announced the club listings, which kick off on the 3rd January with weekly party Foundations taking over for a free liquid party. Throughout the month, Patterns will also welcome DMX Krew, who plays a live set, HAAi, and later in January, K-Lone, Jossy Mitsu, Pangaea and re:ni will all perform at the club.
Birthed out of the lo-fi blogosphere, Baltra’s music allows for space but can also feel like a white-knuckle ride, serendipitous but also concise.
Mall Grab and Brame & Hamo will go on a three date tour next month to raise funds for Multiple Sclerosis charities.
Both Jordan (Mall Grab) and Tiarnan (Brame) have family members who suffer from MS and will be donating all proceeds to Multiple Sclerosis charities in Australia, Ireland and England.
The gigs will take place at three venues next month- London's The Glove That Fits, Glasgow's Berkeley Suite and Manchester's Yes, on the 9th, 10th and 11th July.
Parklife has announced Eric Prydz, Major Lazer, Disclosure, The Streets and Chase & Status among the headliners for this year's Manchester festival, which runs Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June.
The likes of Adam Beyer, Bicep, Marco Carola b2b Jamie Jones, AJ Tracey, DJ Mag Best of British winners Camelphat, Solomun, Mall Grab, Daniel Avery, Ricardo Villalobos, Helena Hauff, Maceo Plex and Peggy Gou are also set to play.
Having recently brought to a close its biggest In:Motion series yet, Bristol promoter Motion has started trailing plans for its 10th anniversary season with a series of Road To In:Motion parties taking place over the first quarter of 2019.
Kvarteret, Sweden’s new 2,200 capacity club has now opened, with Gerd Janson, Jackmaster and Avalon Emerson locked in for its debut season.
Mall Grab, Levon Vincent, Tama Sumo and Prosumer are amongst the names set to play a House District showcase at Up & Down, on Thursday 14th June, during Barcelona's Off Week.
Primavera Sound has revealed its line-up for 2018. The Barcelona festival has locked down the likes of Björk, Nils Frahm and Jon Hopkins across the four-day program.
Running from 30th May to 2nd June, the event takes place on the Barça beachfront with headliners like Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Lorde and Arctic Monkeys’ return to the live circuit after a four-year hiatus. It’s one of the most comprehensive line-ups in the event’s history with over 200 acts performing at the multi-award winning festival.