Wednesday, 18 April 2012
Thursday, 12 April 2012
The 2012 Sonar – Barcelona’s 19th International Festival of Advanced Music and New Media Art – will take place in Barcelona on the 14th, 15th and 16th of June, 2012. As usual, the line-up is outstanding and the event is loaded with tons of interesting and enlightening exhibitions, shows and seminars.
Tuesday, 10 April 2012
After every year getting stronger & stronger the Amsterdam Dance Event Conference has added an extra day to this years event. As the WMC in Miami is based a lot on parties the ADE is tip by artists such as Richie Hawtin & Carl Cox to be the place for networking & learning more about the electronic industry. For more info check out.. www.amsterdam-dance-event.nl
Monday, 9 April 2012
Bloc moves to its new London home at London Pleasure Gardens for 2012 and now organisers have unveiled the initial lineup for the event.
Hitting London Pleasure Gardens this July will be Orbital, Flying Lotus, Gary Numan, Snoop, Ricardo Villalobos, Squarepusher, Battles, Jeff Mills, DOOM, A.T.O.L. = Modeselektor + Dettmann + Shed, Digital Mystikz, Alva Noto, Loefah, Pinch, Hudson Mohawke, Ellen Allien, Apparat Band, Four Tet, Carl Craig - 69, Shackleton, Joker, Scuba, Clark, Scion ft. Tikiman, Sandwell District, Actress, Jacques Greene, Joy Orbison b2b Jackmaster, Addison Groove, Byetone, Boddika, SND, Objekt, Lucy, Daniel Stefanik, Oneman, Deadboy, Redinho and Spencer.
Once again Bloc pull out all the stops in true electronic fashion.
Groove Armada have been around so long that electronic music fans in their 30s must feel like they’ve grown up with them. For fifteen years Tom Findlay and Andy Cato have released house music that’s stormed the heights of the charts and filled the most intimate dancefloors alike. But rather than rest on laurels and simply cash in at the big festivals, they’ve continued to put out tracks that still show their love for the acid house that fired them to make music in the 90s. And while some may see their appearance on Hypercolour as incongruous, the four tracks on the No Knock EP are more than a match for any underground whippersnappers of the new decade.