Or:la’s Céad label returns this month with its seventh release, ‘MMXXI Inferno’.
The line-up for this year's Homobloc festival has been announced.
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Or:la is starting a new Céad sub-label this month, Damhsa.
Damsha – meaning “dance” in Irish – will launch on 2nd October with a four-track V/A EP, featuring tracks from Stratton, Body Beat Ritual, Jay Gadian and Carlton Doom. It’s a heavy-duty collection, with each track offering a hefty dose of EBM-infused techno.
UK producer Kincaid will release his new EP, All My Things Are Broken Because I am Broke’, on Or:la’s Céad imprint this month.
Set for release on 15th April, the buoyant techno two-tracker follows EPs from Blu Terra and Lewski on the Irish producer’s label, as well as a recent charity compilation for initiatives tackling climate change.
AVA Belfast has revealed the full line-up and a new, multi-stage festival site for the 2020 edition of the event.
Returning to the Northern Irish city from the the 28th to the 31st of May, the four day conference, exhibition and music festival will see over 30 acts descend on the new Boucher Road Fields site.
Or:la has announced a new charity compilation on Céad, with proceeds going to initiatives tackling climate change.
The Irish DJ's label will drop the four-tracker on 15th January, with tunes from NWO, Karima F, Keplrr & Max Winter, and Liam Doc.
Money raised from sales will be given to The CFA (County Fire Authority), a volunteer and community based fire and rescue services organisation based in Victoria, Australia.
The second release on Or:la’s recently minted Céad label will come from mysterious producer, Blu Terra.
This year's Boardmasters looks set to be the finest yet, a celebration of all things surf, sun (assuming the UK heatwave continues) and serious tunes, packing a mammoth bill of names in its suitcase. We've gone through the line-up and come up with just 10 artists you've got to catch if you're heading down. You can see the full list of who's playing here. Without further ado, then...