Between them, John Digweed and Nick Muir probably been involved in many pivotal moments in the world of club music over the years and have in many ways helped to define genres and push the boundaries further. Their partnership has been one of electronic music's most fruitful pairings, creating a body of work that has possibly seen them become one of the world’s most highly regarded production duos.
Two-Time Grammy Nominated Chicago DJ/producer Felix Da Housecat is back with two new albums, Aphrohead 'Resurrection' on Crosstown Rebels and Felix Da Housecat 'Narrative Of Thee Blast Illusion' on No Shame. The releases come complete with videos, remixes from Art Department, Radio Slave, Carl Craig, and worldwide radio support from BBC Radio 1 UK, KCRW USA, and Triple J Australia.
With tickets for Ultra Music Festival 2016 now on sale, the official after-movie for the 2015 edition was recently released. Created by UMF Films and Charly Friedrichs’ Final Kid team, this latest offering - shot in 4K - captures the essence of Ultra Music Festival’s 17th annual edition at Bayfront Park in March of this year. Immersing clubbers deeper into the action than ever before, it provides the viewer with an insight into the UMF experience.
From the bright lights and emotion of the Los Angeles tribute ‘Avalon’, Markus Schulz travels north of the border to conclude quarter three of his 2015 city series presentation. A city defined by its after-hours culture, and a venue he himself describes as the Cathedral - Stereo in Montreal. Stereo has been fortunate enough to experience multiple open-to-close sets.
LO'99 returns with club cut 'Ruff Anthem VIP’ as a free download ahead of his forthcoming single. Having only emerged late last year, he has quickly positioned himself within house and bassline lovers’ playlists, having seen support across the board from Todd Edwards to Taiki Nulight, through to Tommy Trash.
'Raven’, the first single of John Dahlbäck’s forthcoming ‘Saga’ album, recently surpassed the two million streams mark on Spotify. In addition, John’s second album single ‘Atlantis’ has just been released.
Justin Robertson, in his Deadstock 33s guise, delivers his latest body of work 'Everything Is Turbulence’, out now on Skint Records. Deadstock 33s is a different angle and a different moniker which encompasses a warmer sound to Robertson's productions and a distillation of what has gone before.
Adam Beyer’s Drumcode imprint welcomes wAFF to its roster with three thudding techno tracks. British producer wAFF has been making waves in recent years, reflecting on a diligent 2015 spent playing across the likes of Europe, Africa, Asia and the States, when not making routine appearances at Paradise, Ibiza.
Having released nine studio albums and a live record, Icelandic electronic band Gus Gus are possibly one of the most well established, respected outfits in the electronic music scene. Since their inception in 1995 as a film and music collective, the group has become renowned for their style, an eclectic infusion of techno, trip hop and house amongst experimentation. The Icelanders will be showcasing their live show at the Ritz in Manchester tonight and at KOKO in London on 1 October.
After a fifth consecutive year looking after Tuesday nights at Amnesia in Ibiza, Summer 2015 has possibly been one of the most exciting seasons for Together. With festival-sized line-ups in the Main Room and a recent collaboration with Defected Records taking over the Amnesia Terrace, Together has apparently done well on the island.