Written by Lance Scott Walker, DJ Screw: A Life In Slow Revolution will land on April 19th. The community hub is signing off with two parties this weekend. New Covid-19 restrictions, including limiting capacity to 50 percent, come into effect tomorrow. Listen to "Zatōichi," the first single from the project. The venue is the brainchild of Renato Ratier, formerly of Warung Beach Club. Squarepusher, SHERELLE, SPFDJ and dozens more will head to Southport Holiday Park in May. The Northern Quarter spot, which turns 30 this month, was recently served with a noise abatement notice by the local council. Featuring interviews with Goldie, A Guy Called Gerald and more, the 650-page book is out next month. After a pandemic-induced hiatus, the Australian festival is finally scheduled for March next year. All proceeds go to impacted residents in Merritt, a city in the Canadian province of British Columbia hit by disastrous flooding. After 13 years, Midland delivers the final instalment. Listen below. The city's latest Covid-19 regulations will also require vaccinated and recovered ravers to show a negative test at the door. The one-dayer will take place at Dreamland on June 11th. The new, Solana-based music streamer and marketplace launched last week. The contenders for Best Dance/Electronic Album, Best Dance/Electronic Recording and other categories have been revealed. Designed by Dorothy, it includes the key venues, artists and tracks from 1988 through '90. RA spoke with Cindy Li (AKA Ciel) and Bambi's owner Mikey Apples about how smaller venues are paying the price for Ontario's cautious approach. Named Thresho, the audio plug-in contains around 2,000 recordings for fans to download. Construction has begun on the new venue, which will house a sound room, wine bar, restaurant and workspace. The changes will come into effect from 2022.