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Listen to Chromatics first album in seven years

Closer to Grey is the long-awaited follow-up to Kill for Love

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Renate to host Project Pablo, Lauer, Alina Pash and more for next Floppy Drive party

Floppy Drive enlist another huge line-up for their next party at Renate

Peach Discs

Shanti Celeste announces debut album Tangerine

Shanti Celeste’s debut album will be released via Peach Discs in November

L.E.V Matadero

L.E.V Matadero Festival announces virtual reality programme Vortex

Vortex will bring a host of new and exclusive VR projects to the Spanish capital as part of L.E.V Matadero

Joy O

Joy O announces new EP Slipping

Joy O’s new EP arrives in less than three weeks

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Frank Ocean has been listening to house and techno while working on new music

In a new interview with W Magazine, Frank Ocean discussed his increasing interest in “Detroit, Chicago, techno, house [and[ French electronic [music]”

Giant Swan

Giant Swan share new video for 55 Year Old Daughter

Bristol-based duo Giant Swan have shared the video for the first single from their self-titled debut album


Listen to object blue’s new remix of Murlo’s Limbo

object blue takes apart ‘Limbo’ and puts it back together again with signature flair

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Solid Blake

An hour of ravey electro and tough techno from one of Copenhagen’s finest


Ombra Festival reveals full 2019 line-up

DAF, Le Syndicat Electronique, Trevor Jackson and more to appear at Ombra Festival 2019

Nick Cave

Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds announce new album Ghosteen

Nick Cave shared the news via The Red Hand Files this morning

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In Photos: Global Climate Strike, London

Highlights from the huge Climate Strike protest in London

MESS Radio #2: Clara Cuvé

Berlin-based DJ Clara Cuvé rains down uncompromising techno for her guest slot with Hyperaktivist’s MESS Radio

Dave wins 2019 Mercury Prize

The former Crack Magazine cover star takes home the award for his album Psychodrama

Peach Discs #2: Videopath

Last year’s A Cure for Melancholy, contained two of the most infectious slices of house nostalgia we’ve heard in some time. Here Videopath deals in the same misty-eyed reverence for loose keys and irresistible basslines