They've released a new version of their house hit "That's The Way Love Is." The shop, run by Taimur and Gina Agha, opened this month on 1730 Biscayne Blvd. CurraL001 features Omoloko, Lagoeiro, Soft Soup and Princesznhadapaz, among many others. The fashion show happened on Friday, with the likes of Honey Dijon, Slowthai, Skepta and Burna Boy in attendance. Running April 19th to 23rd, NTS 10 will also raise money for the Global FoodBanking Network. Bridge The Gap / Dirty South includes remixes from El-B and Sully. The Leaving Records artists puts together dreamy and occasionally twitchy beats. The first instalment of the new Melodies Record Club, selected by Four Tet, arrives next month. The 300-capacity area will host weekly seated events from Friday, April 16th. New additions include BADSISTA, Tzusing and Hyph11E. Out May 14th, the mix includes a new track, "All I Need." Roza Terenzi, Dyed Soundorom, Sweely and more feature on the release, which lands June 14th. Future-retro techno soul from DC. Due in May on Step Ball Chain, the self-titled record is vinyl-only. The Australian group's lauded album from 2001 gets a special reissue this June. It's out July 23rd on Matador Records. Five years in the making, it's the "third and final chapter in their decade-long collaboration." Mental health charity Chasing The Stigma will host a pop-up at the East London event this July. The DRM1 MKIV optimises the synthesis engine and MIDI compatability. Other RSD releases come from The Chemical Brothers, Oneohtrix Point Never and MF Doom.