The Sicily native's four-decade career stretched from avant-garde composition to pop success. Sober 21 is a collection of essays and interviews that describes itself as a free resource for artists getting clean. Available for the next five days, the works include prints, paintings and clothes. Three events at The Garden Tisno have either pushed back to 2022 or later in 2021. The catalogue is now available to stream at CD-level quality. The sampler is out in June, with the album following in August. The 2020 docudrama about the life of the electronic pioneer is available for the next 11 months. The Dutch analogue specialist studio is expanding its second and third studios with the collection. Cherie Hu's research into the booming crypto-trend shows how already successful artists make the majority of profits. Still to come on the four-day stream are Berna Göl, Rita Kamale and maltash. "Outside of the music there is no other product under the name of Drexciya." The duo have collaborated on a 12-minute composition about air pollution. They hope to sell 3000 tickets to fund the building of the club. A unique and heartfelt mix from the Detroit-based, Haitian-American artist. It's the only album from the legendary group to feature Edgar Froese, Klaus Schulze and Conrad Schnitzler. The outgoing BBC Radio 1 host will talk about the evolution of her DJ and broadcasting career. The electroacoustic trio will put out Dissent, its first album in six years, on BMG's Modern Recordings in early August. Shunaji and Reginald Omas Mamode IV have both contributed a track to the EP, out next week. Ninja Tune, Percolate, Paradigm and POLY are helping spread the word as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.