It hasn’t been too many years since tour groups first started venturing into the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone — which, it turns out, is a lot safer than it sounds, provided you follow certain safety precautions. (Something we’re all a lot more familiar with now.)
A new pair of compilations, ‘No Photos On The Dance Floor! Berlin Techno 1992–Today’, are set to explore the development and history of Berlin techno over the last thirty years via a number of key tracks, as DJ mag reports.
For this edition of Friday Forum Live, Point Blank were joined by Michael Adams, Waves Audio’s Director of Training and Development, and JC Concato, an industry professional mix engineer and Point Blank’s Creative Director, to showcase some live “in the box” mixing techniques using their state-of-the-art plugins.
AmPm is a masked production duo from Japan who made a major global impact with their March 2017 debut track, ‘Best Part of Us feat. Michael Kaneko’.The same year, they were the only Japanese artist to perform at Spotify On Stage, a festival in Indonesia hosted by Spotify.
WhoMadeWho seem to have a penchant for coastal regions and sand in any shape or colour. At the beginning of March, the band impressed with their stunning live performance for streaming giants Cercle in a breathtaking setting at the gates of the temples of Abu Simbel in Egypt. Now, the trio is heading back to their native west coast of Denmark for their mesmerising new single, Mermaids.
Space Ibiza founder Pepe Roselló has revealed he plans to reopen the iconic Ibiza club this year, as Mixmag reports.
Speaking to Noudiari, a publication based in the White Isle, the 85-year-old says he plans for Space to come back “before 2022”, indicating plans are in place for this year.
The story behind the most misunderstood genre in dance music, delivered by Resident Advisor.
For well over a decade, tech house was commonly assumed to be a byword for uninspired, cookie-cutter dance music. Combining techno’s outer-space sensibility with the swung grooves of house, tech house became largely associated with big room commercial clubs, and the term was often casually used as a pejorative to describe any mid-tempo dance music thought to be in bad taste. But in recent years, that’s started to change.
Techno DJ Lilly Palmer is the first artist on the platform Hypery to launch an NFT (non-fungible token) through their system, as electronic groove reports.
Hypery is a blockchain music streaming service that is all about giving artists control of their music. They also offer NFTs within the ecosystem of the platform. It is a new transparent music service backed by blockchain, with music streaming and NFT release platform for independent artists, labels, and their fans.
After an eventful year in unprecedented times, the undisputed king of techno Carl Cox is back with an outstanding remix of the rising London-based electronic live act BreakCode’s ‘What Lies Beneath’ on 26th February 2021.