It comes out on ПИР next week. Out later this month, it's inspired by science fiction, anthropic critique and tech-induced existentialism. The founder, Invite, has mixed the final episode. DMC and Del The Funky Homosapien also feature on Super What? The Los Angeles Times profiled Eddie Johns, a struggling LA resident whose story reflects thorny issues behind sampling and music publishing. Cafe Ale, Loveshadow, Blair Sound Design and more feature on the new tape, out in June. Sweet Earth Flying is out today. Listen to "Demands Of Ordinary Devotion," the first single from the experimental duo's LP. It's available via the Ilian Tape Bandcamp. From London to Hong Kong, artists are raising funds for NGOs providing Covid-relief in India. Starting May 19th, New York venues can increase their capacity limit and lift their curfew for both indoor and outdoor spaces. The first release in the series, out now, comes from Danish punk ensemble Iceage. The artist said he wanted "to do something that nobody (in footwork) had ever done before." It takes place over 16 hours this November 13th. A vote was held in the Berlin Building, Housing and Urban Development committee yesterday. Acts booked to appear in-person include Circle Of Live, KMRU, Varg2™, Johanna Knutsson and Minor Science. As part of Newham Heritage Month, Rendezvous Projects tells the story of a key store in the history of UK hardcore, jungle and drum and bass. The limited-edition book, Quarantune 02: Last Entry 3am, is available now. Three hours of Dozzy at Terraforma 2019.