All profits from the compilation will be donated to Stonewall Housing, a London-based charity working to ensure LGBTQ people live in safer homes.
ION will take place between the 2nd and 9th of September later this year at Dhermi in Albania across a stunning assortment of locations including beaches, bunkers, coves and boats.
The artists involved were challenged to make a track within three days to combat the boredom and financial uncertainty of the Coronavirus lockdown...
The album was first released in 1986.
The documentary tells the story of the house music scene in Manchester, from its arrival to the Acid House explosion and following 30 years of its phenomenal rise...
The alias sees the Canadian DJ, producer and radio host revisit her drum & bass, jungle and hardcore roots.
The 13 track compilation brings together the Slow Motion co-founder's reworks from the last decade...
Profits from the compilation will support artists who've been left vulnerable due to the impact of COVID-19.
Items on sale include vinyl, merch, props, light boxes and chandeliers taken from the club...
The initiative will help the music community impacted by the effects of COVID-19.
Tracks from Hieroglyphic Being, Loraine James, Afrodeutsche, Dj Marcelle, Rroxymore and many more all feature.
Comprised of seven tracks the release showcases Luke at his rugged best, channeling fuzzy euphoric synths alongside the industrial clatter of machines and drums.
Musique Sans Paroles is a return to Rousseau’s influences, instruments, and the city at the doorway of his origin as an artist...
"Cape Cira" is set for release on the 24th of April next month.
A revelatory album that explores themes of violence, abuse and addiction, with an aim to try and help those who've had similar experiences...
“Ozzy sent me a message online and I was immediately struck by the maturity of his unreleased body of work. The timing was perfect as it coincided with the idea of starting a label that would give exposure to new and unreleased artists. I’m stoked to have Ozzy as the first signing with his debut EP, ‘Een’.”
The new split EP showcases tracks from two unique musicians with their own singular styles.
Guests announced earlier today include Erol Alkan, Sean Johnston, Heidi Lawden, Lovefingers, Manfredas, Pletnev and more.
The first release comes from label bosses Ex-Terrestrial and Priori under a new alias, Ntel.
The night brings together a line up of Alex's friends to celebrate his life and the impact he had on many people in the UK's underground music scene.
JASSS returns with two heavy hitting club focussed cuts for Nic Tasker's label, a rough and rugged EP.
Guests on the night will include Studio Barnhus associate Kornel Kovacs, Fantastic Twins, Scott Fraser, Budino, Homeboy, Kiara Scuro, Dave Harvey, Christophe & Kieran A.
The special talk features Andrew's long term friends and musical partners Sean Johnston, Justin Robertson and Joe Muggs.
The audiophile party pay homage to David Mancuso's The Loft.
"Put me in your data bank cause I don't want you to lose my number. If you lose my number you may not know where to find me."
The final names set to join them for the dates including Romy XX, Rival Consoles, Zozo, Jordan, Enrico Sangiuliano, Robin Ordell, Frankel & Harper.
"This is techno for the techno people, conjuring all manner of classic styles from Red Planet, Source, and Spacetime Continuum, through improvisation and jazz to dig a tunnel into the gel of the cosmos."
The imprint has been described as a "label for spirited, off-centre electronic music on the borders of industrial, dub, wave and bass."
Her new album is forthcoming on Ransom Note Records and will be available from the tail end of next month.
LuckyMe will release the new album on the 12th of March which features music first showcased and performed at the Edinburgh International festival back in 2011 in accompaniment of The Return, a film by Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev.
Leading appearances come in the form of a special back to back from Eris Drew & Octo Octa, Lena Willikens, Josey Rebelle, Overmono, Teki Latex, Dj Flight and more.
Guests added include Craig Richards, Adriatique, Chaos in the CBD, George Fitzgerald and HAAi who will all appear alongside the likes of Jeff Mills, Maribou State, Pangaea, Truly Madly and more.
Bongo, Beats & Bankruptcy features tracks from Fantastic Twins, Benoit B and Krikor.
Originally released back in 1999, 'Spatial Relationships' is regarded as being a significant moment in the career of Dan Curtin who has been a crucial figure in the evolution of Detroit house and techno.
Titled 'Silence' & out March 23rd, the album encompasses ambient, post-punk, dub & psych.
Mark Stewart & co live for in London for the first time in over a decade, for On-U's 40th.
Elsewhere in the upcoming calendar, prominent parties of note include a Late Esxcape & SHOOK special featuring Nina Las Vegas, LSDXOXO, DJ Plead b2b TSVI and FAUZIA. Jacques Greene will also grace the venue on the 23rd of May.
A video for "Gospel For a New Century" is streaming now.
Run by the team behind Junction 2, the Albanian festival will take place this summer between the 2nd and 9th of September at Dhermi.
Elsewhere the programme also features appearances from Mall Grab, Job Jobse, Jonny Rock, Seth Troxler, Woody92 and more.
He passed away this morning following a pulmonary embolism.
A self-proclaimed vanity project, the label will be an outlet for their sounds old and new.
The London party institution will work to reduce waste and offset their carbon emissions...
"I was half knocked out on a sleeping pill on a flight from Europe to Australia when my phone started playing 'Midnight Mania'."
Elsewhere other names of prominence announced as part of the first wave of guests include Auntie Flo, Catu Diosis, Mafalda, Poly-ritmo and more.
The Canadian-born producer, songwriter and vocalist's individual take on electronic pop celebrates the beauty amidst the gloom...
The album that pioneered the genre 'fourth world'...
"Italian, Austrian and German DJs of this second Afro period played these trance and progressive records at 33+8, as their elders did with synth wave or post-punk records, always staying within this 100/110 BPM tempo. It is in this last period that this compilation will immerse you, through 8 tracks from the Italian, German and Austrian scenes."
Names and guests announced as part of the line up reveal include key appearances from the likes of Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, Instra:mental, Baby Ford, Ivan Smagghe, Willow, O'Flynn, Mim Suleiman and more.
"The compilation covers a period of transition: When songs mutated into sounds. When synthesizers and samplers became the règle du jeu in DIY music-making. When a politicized youth movement slowly gave way to the hedonistic embrace of techno culture in Switzerland. Intenta mines the outer fringes of a scene yet to be. Many of these experimenters were pretty much on their own. Often the only way you would get in touch was at the local synth dealer."