The platform launches with a goodie bag containing music from Riot Code, Matrixxmann, Umwelt, Daria Kolosova, Ben Pest and Witch Trials. The London-based producer's second EP is out on August 27th. A sharp rise in Covid-19 cases means large-scale music events won't happen until July 19th at the earliest. A successful crowdfunder campaign should lead to a May 2022 release. Out tomorrow, the first release is a compilation with music by Answer Code Request, Matrixxman, Insolate and more. Next Friday, June 18th, Bandcamp will donate 100 percent of its share of sales to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. The man behind the beloved club sat down with Warmup.Berlin last week. The latest in European club and festival announcements. Curated by NTS Radio show Death Is Not The End, the cassette is out now via The Letter Tape Series. DT002 features acts of South Asian heritage, with all profits going to Indian charities. Happening June 12th, the demonstration seeks support for "socio-cultural venues, clubs, self-determined housing and free spaces." Five workshops will run from July 19th through 23rd. The central London event is free of charge. The accusations, which centre on two releases in 2016, surfaced last month via a new and anonymous Twitter account. It features King Tubby, Augustus Pablo and Mica Levi. You Make Me Feel So Good is out on June 18th. The audio-only platform allows artists and users to experiment with live streams that disappear after 24 hours. Mayor Bill de Blasio has described the event as part of the city's "Homecoming Week." The 12-inch release includes a live version of "New For U."