The latest edition of the EPIZODE podcast was recorded live at Closer in Kyiv. The Weeknd performed the After Hours single "Save Your Tears" at Tuesday's BRIT Awards. The self-produced work, out next month, features 31 musicians. The music for "PAC-TIVE" was built using sounds from the original video game. Out in June, How Much Time It Is Between You And Me? is the Russian artist's first LP. The original MPC look applied to the modern MPC One. It'll take place at the Acropolis this August, as part of the prestigious Athens Epidaurus Festival. The first course is a collaboration with music tech organization Saffron. The production duo have teamed up as Triple Parked for the LP, entitled Keith's Salon. Compiled by exhibit co-curator Heiko Hoffmann, the record is out on Above Board Projects this summer. Out in October through Accidental Records, the LP features eight singers and six musicians. "Butterflies" is out tomorrow. 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.