Midnight Frontier showcases techno club Bassiani and local LGBTQI+ activists. The numbers are "the lowest royalty rates in history," according to The National Music Publishers' Association. The venue, which has come under fire in recent years for its stance on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, has released a statement and FAQs. The Iranian duo are releasing an album of tracks recorded under the name Aastiage between 1996 and 2000. The Camden Town space has undergone a £70 million renovation. The band have also announced a 2022 US tour. Who Killed The KLF? is rife with copyright issues, according to the group's music publisher. It's a collaboration with artist Anne Raffin and designer Arthur Avellano. Owner and cofounder Giancarlino says a new venue is in the pipeline. As part of a new series on First Light Records, she travelled to Machynlleth to collect field recordings. The 15-track Digitalis album is streaming for free now. The five-day program, taking place next month, will see participants build a prototype venue. They'll play Sónar Festival and Berlin's Parkbühne Wuhlheide in 2022. She describes the tracks as "exercises in trying to get out of my own head." The space plans to host parties and installations as well as selling records and merch. Both will be available on January 21st. Listen to the first single and accompanying visual from Cocktail d'Amore resident Juan Ramos. Listen to lead single "Under Belly." Bartłomiej Kluska's work focuses on a short-lived but influential parade in Łódź. The eight-track LP will land on L.A. Club Resource in December.