The producer has most recently released music on Josh Cheon's label Dark Entries and Public Release, it's been three years since he last delivered anything for his own imprint.
The first names to be announced include The Black Madonna, Dj Stingray, Nick Hoppner, Shanti Celeste, Eris Drew, Peach, Giant Swan, Auntie Flo, Or:la and more.
Joshua Gottmanns and Niklas Wandt are set to release a new EP titled 'Leben' on the 21st of March.
Including Honey Dijon, Ata Kak, Erol Alkan and more...
“I want to revive the soul of Japan that still sleeps in the darkness”
Under New Age Bloke the Superconscious boss releases limited run of Valentines Day cassette packages.
The Portland, Oregon duo are paired with Japanese avant-garde artists Yoshio Ojima and Satsuki Shibano.
Other names set to appear as part of the one day event include Olivia, Chino, Resina and VTSS.
James Holden and the Animal Spririts will play alongside Portico Quartet, Jon More of Coldcut, Horse Meat Disco, Maurice Fulton, Raw Silk, Alfresco Disco and more.
COG003 revisits some of the producer's classic tracks, music that was released as far back as 2002.
A Gethsémani recorded "Ame Triste" in the late eighties.
Whities has become a dominant force amidst the landscape of electronic music and techno in the UK having released music recently by the likes of Lanark Artefax, Avalon Emerson, Minor Science, Quirke and more.
Jan Schulte, Tako, Jennifer Cardini and Rabih Beaini are some of the latest names recruited to join the festival programme.
The Berlin club has announced the latest edition of the Nebel party series, run by Arts collective boss Emmanuel.
The experimental producer packs Rrose, Machinewoman, FIT Siegel and more into the 60 minute mix.
The intriguing release appeared on Bandcamp towards the tail end of last week and is said to have been recorded at cave12 in September of last year
The Parisian producer returns to the French label with a dance floor driven sound.
The Chilean-born producer returns to the ESP Institute with his debut album Continuidad.
The producer has appeared on the record label previously with his releases having been championed by the likes of Skream, Erol Alkan, Hunee, Ben UFO and Lena Willikens.
Dance For Refuge celebrate International Women's Day with two events in London and Manchester.
The album comes in the year of the 10th anniversary of Tiger & Woods and is their third LP thus far.
The EP features music spanning the spectrum of house, idm, breakbeat and hardcore.
The first edition of the compilation series was released thirty five years ago.
It's out as of today and follows recent appearances on Ninja Tune and Blip Discs.
“I always wanted to be able to share ‘Boomerang’ with my fans some day – I didn’t release it back then because I thought the time wasn’t right. It was so different to what was considered commercial then and felt ahead of its time.”
The festival will take place between the 23rd and 27th of May later this year.
"In many ways it's a tribute to my past and juvenile times discovering house and techno for the first time."
Mad Professor, Öona Dahl and more will play in the woods this summer.
His last outing under the alias was back in 1997 for the infamous Peacefrog Records.
"A loss that has been enforced and unexpected. It’s about processing the irrational and incessant feelings of rejection and loneliness, like listening to the tenderness of love disappear and it being replaced by skewed logic."
They have brought with them an all star cast of secret Italo superstars.
This will be the second edition of the festival, the first was met with critical praise following the success of last year.
Powder, Admin, Bawrut, Alfresco Disco, Austin Ato, John Gomez, Dj Format, Dave Harvey, Kieran Holden, Pete Herbert and more.
The mixtape features two new and exclusive tracks from the Tokyo based producer herself.
Titled "Teutonik Disaster" the release features music from the likes of Die Chefs, Carmen, Explorer, Camilla Motor and more.
They have brought with them an all star cast.
The new compilation features fourteen tracks curated by Charles Maurice aka Pascal Rioux with each piece of music featured produced between 1977 and 1986 in various parts of the world.
G.S Schray first appeared on the label back in 2017.
The prolific British producer has been praised for his experimental take on electronic and experimental music across decades.
The first names revealed for 2019 include B12, Gesloten Cirkel, Resom, Upsammy, Helena Hauff, Intergalactic Gary, Identified Patient, DVS1 and more.
Titled "Significant Changes" the album will feature nine tracks and includes two collaborations with long term friend and vocalist Alexa Dash.
With an expanded line up the group offer another 'dark blast' five years after their recently reissued cult debut.
Thompson employs trademark tension and progression across his latest compositions.
A 5-track digital release, including an Earthboogie Remix and a physical 4-track EP are due to be released on the 8th February 2019.
The three track EP is out on 31st January.
5 dancefloor destroyers straight out of the 416.
Together the pair promise to collaborate to present an intricate reflection of cutting edge electronic music and associated arts as part of a one day event set to take place on the 30th of March.
Expert techno from a UK veteran.
Seth Troxler and Phil Moffa combine on this multidisciplinary project.
Flora Yin-Wong, object blue and Ben Vince feature amongst other international talents.