Launching in Brooklyn this September, the multi-week exhibition will feature audiovisual installations from different artists. The team is trying to raise €50,000 by the end of June. Set The Trap is out July 9th. The latest in European club and festival announcements. Out today, all proceeds from the release will go to DJ Rashad's family. Due to the ongoing uncertainty of the pandemic, the organisers are rethinking this year's edition. Tomorrow's 12-hour fundraiser includes sets from Ash Lauryn, Honey Dijon, Lakuti, Kenny Larkin, Floorplan and Theo Parrish. In a statement, they said they were using their previous name in a "naive and superficial way." DIALOGUE is a series of remote, three-person ambient recordings put together at the height of the pandemic. The concert took place at Le Guess Who? festival in 2019. Decca Records will release Thank You on September 10th. The tracks are taken from two digital bundles he released in 2020. The Forced Force Is Not The True Force is coming out this July. The 13-track work arrives later this month. The New York festival devoted to highlighting Black talent is back with a shortened format. The key festival returns to Amsterdamse Bos from August 6th to August 8th. The 162-page report documents the first three years of the office, as well as offers recommendations for the future. From June 18th, outdoor dance events of up to 250 people will be allowed. The Association Of Independent Festivals is one of several industry bodies to once again urge the government to commit to financial support. The winner, which will be announced in the fall, receives $50,000.