Bicep, Honey Dijon and more are booked for the new, 3,500-capacity venue, which aims to open on August 6th. The day festival includes performances by Barrington Levy, Channel One and Lila Iké. Out May 7th, the release will raise funds for the Detroit Justice Center. DJ Stingray, Ellen Allien, Adiel and DVS1 are all billed. LOBSTERFEST will take place on September 4th at a TBA location. The site features at least three previously unheard tracks, some of which are hidden in code. The first episode of "Music Industry Lore" features Oliver White and Dan Elms of HBO's Industry series. All revenues go towards a fund for the nation's ongoing civil disobedience movement. The rider includes requests such as the use of clean, reusable items at shows and more sustainable modes of transportation. She wants you to submit your favourite DJs, producers and composers, plus photos, memorabilia and more. Masks and social distancing won't be required. The Limit is out June 8th through X-KALAY. The tracks feature Thundercat and Niiki Randa. A suite of new sound design options have been added in the update. The collaboration with Endel follows the company's AI Lullaby collaboration with Grimes. New York artist Will DiMaggio produced the first single off the EP, "L, Foot Right." Boys Noize, Charlotte de Witte, Sasha and Sama' Abdulhadi feature on the collection, coming out this week via Crypto.com. The cuts form part of Isles (Deluxe), which is out today. This is the festival's second consecutive cancellation. The soft launch coincides with Music Declares Emergency's "Turn Up The Volume" week.