- They've also shared a 21-minute film celebrating the history of their No Way Back events.
Detroit collective Interdimensional Transmissions has posted details of the next two records on their label's Acid Series, along with plans for this year's run of parties during Movement festival in late May.
Acid Series, inspired by IT's No Way Back party, is due to return after launching during Movement last year. The next two EPs will come courtesy of Jordan Zawideh, a Detroit-born Chicago DJ and producer who works at the Windy City's Kstarke Records shop—his release also features edits from IT boss BMG and Gay Marvine—and the duo of BMG and longtime IT affiliate Derek Plaslaiko.
Interdimensional Transmissions will again set up at Tangent Gallery over Movement weekend for 313: Return To The Source, a series of three all-night parties. Saturday's event, a collaboration with Berlin institution Tresor, boasts Dasha Rush, Silent Servant and Daniel Bell, among others, while Sunday's No Way Back session will host many of the event's usual names, including Patrick Russell and Carlos Souffront.
The Monday party celebrating New York institution The Bunker's 15th anniversary features Function and Adam X teaming up for a set looking back at the "house, electro, and proto-techno jams" from their early days spinning records, along with DJ sets from plenty of Bunker residents and a less dance-oriented, "deeply psychedelic" front room. (For full lineups, check out the event listings below.)
Interdimensional Transmissions has also shared a 21-minute documentary film celebrating the history of No Way Back, which turned ten last year.
Listen to previews for BMG & Derek Plaslaiko's Acid Series Vol 4.
Jordan Zawideh - Acid Series Vol 3
A1 No One (Gay Marvine Edit)
A2 Trails Of Sophia
B1 Magellanic Cloud (BMG Edit)
B2 Angel Face
BMG & Derek Plaslaiko - Acid Series Vol 4
A Sonic Rendezvous (NWB Mix)
B1 Ghost Ship
B2 All These DJs (Bonus Beat)
Interdimensional Transmissions will release Acid Series Vol 3 and Vol 4 in late May 2018.