All profits from the 14-track release will be donated to charities providing much-needed relief on the ground in India.
Released via DAIS on 27th August, the 19-track release journeys through foggy ambience, cosmic soundscapes and poetic vignettes of looping haze and found sound.
Key musical performances come from the likes of Erika de Casier and LAYLA.
Out this Friday.
An extension of the legendary Sancho Panza at Notting Hill Carnival, the festival takes place just an hour outside of London.
Released on 16th July, 'Faith/Reason' is a 10-track opus of meditative landscapes and aural oddities.
‘Little Things’ weaves together pop and Balearic influences, dreamed up on a beach in Southern California.
The first release is a compilation featuring meditative electronics from the likes of Sputnick, Apart, Alexey Seliverstov and Anna herself.
Siti Muharam, KeiyaA, John Dwyer, Lucrecia Dalt and more also make up part of the line up and guest curator program.
The album was written between her grandmother's home in Warsaw and finished in her home of Toronto.
Several parties have already been announced with the likes of Shanti Celeste, Saoirse, Skream, Cassy, Maceo Plex and more all having been spotlighted to appear so far.
Ransom Note Records is among several record labels who will be heading up to Manchester to take part in the Repercussion Record store.
The Philpot-Records owner has died after a battle with cancer.
The compilation is available via Bandcamp with 100% of the proceeds being donated to charities working with the community to provide vital support during Covid.
The Bristol based producer readies a four track EP due for release at the end of June.
The series will see artists like re:ni, Anna Morgan, EMA, CIMM and Boofy joining them to explore 140BPM territory.
The tracks were originally recorded between 1994 and 1996.
Titled "Dissent" the trio takes on a new formation, with American artist Laurel Halo and jazz drummer Heinrich Köbberling joining Moritz von Oswald.
The festival, which is set to take place between the 6th and 8th of August, is thought to be the first of its kind to apply such a policy in the UK.
Four resources have been made - one for artist managers, freelancers, employees and organisations.
This time they have invited an all star cast to join them at the London venue including Amelie Lens, Laurent Garnier, Afrodeutsche, Jon Hopkins, Dj Boring, Dixon, Eris Drew and more.
Formed in 1983 following the demise of The Southern Death Cult, members Barry Jepson, Buzz Burrows and Aki Haq Nawaz Qureshi quickly regrouped with the addition of enigmatic lead singer 'Bee' Hampshire.
On Nathan's newly launched record label.
The four-tracker is set for release on 28th May.
The release features music from Xinobi, VIL, Kaspar and many more.
The weekly sessions, run by Noods’ residents Manami and Tilly, will cover show planning, recording and editing, marketing, presenting and interviewing.
The French label, run by The Hacker, have gained a cult reputation over the last 10 years.
The free platform presented by in-school music education scheme FutureDJs will be open to under 18s across the UK.
The stations seek to reimagine the role of independent online radio, helping to support the fragile counterculture ecosystem and the survival of underground artists.
Launched by DJ and journalist Niamh O'Connor, the book highlights global scenes within dance music, sharing stories from over 50 artists across the world.
The vital resource has expanded in both mission and function, including new editorial features and an initiative to encourage the music industry towards more equitable workspaces.
Taking place in June, the capacity of the event is not yet known.
Theby night event will take over the SWG3 complex in full, utilising various warehouse and club spaces.
The four tracks take in Italo and acid house influences, and "joyfully invoke images of sweaty nights in dark clubs, in a flash of togetherness".
'New Wave Acid Punx' traces Curses musical influences from early electronics, new wave and new beat to EBM and post punk.
Dj sets come from an eclectic array of heavy hitting names and up and comers with the likes of Craig Richards, Helena Hauff, Octo Octa, Well Street Records, Tim Reaper, Yazmin Lacey and more all booked for the event.
The festival announced that it will return between the 15th and 17th of October later this year hosting immersive art installations, 3D visuals and performances by some of the most innovative in the sector.
Described as "a bridging of minds and energies, a confluence of souls and spirits."
Ransom Note will host music performances from Lakuti, Bawrut, Manfredas, Fit Of Body and C.A.R.
Released 25 years after its original release, the special edition LP comes with two extra tracks and a 16 page booklet of photos, ephemera and candid notes.
The release explores different dream states and altered states of consciousness.
The opening of the space will see sets from friends and residents of the station including Danielle, Dar Disku, Test Dept, Kahn, O$VMV$M and Glade Marie.
'Return To Solaris' will be released on Phantom Limb Records.
Situated at the site of The Ballroom at 52-54, Dale End.
The 6-track release comes via their own SZNS7N imprint.
The LP features reworks of Warmduscher, Fat White Family, Lee Scratch Perry, Madonnatron and more.
The duo share their take on Icelandic folk songs across the five tracks.
The first single 'L Foot, Right' is available now to stream.
The EP series cover EPM's three main pillars of musical heritage: techno, electro and house.
52 tracks featuring Underground Resistance, Robert Hood, Helena Hauff and more.