Delicate folk embellished with field recordings makes for Tim Zha's most sedate, beautiful record yet.
Is it house? Is it trance? It's just Roza Terenzi and D. Tiffany doing what they do best. The Brooklyn-based producers selected 18 unreleased tracks with a sweeping emphasis on US talents. Loraine James crafts an album of experiments as fickle and strikingly beautiful as a day when the sun is just peeking out from behind the clouds. The 24-year-old man, identified as John Lhota, was taken into custody yesterday. The April 19th launch will be celebrated with two nights of parties. The multi-story venue from the owner of Bossa Nova Civic Club has already been hosting parties for a few months. The team behind BASEMENT is putting on the festival in May. Two people were taken to hospital after a man set the bar area on fire last Sunday night.
Charli XCX makes a compelling, sardonic comment on the music industry at the expense of making a truly great pop album. Running from March 28th to April 3rd, the week-long broadcast will feature "calm and peaceful mixes" by both local and international DJs. Intoxicating, loopy techno with club-demolishing power. Riffing off the themes of her recent All Hours EP, the station plays "tracks to match whatever time you're listening, wherever you are in the world," said Anz. Lisbon's master manipulator of rhythm gives his audience room to breathe with bright, airy moments peppered across dense percussion.
Out in May, the compilation comes almost six years after the second instalment. The New York City festival's revelatory third edition signaled its nationwide reputation as an essential meeting point for anyone invested in Black electronic music's past, present and future. This week, the festival will release a series of NFTs that will also serve as limited-edition tickets for the event.
Sickly sweet hyperpop meets rap. The score is due out via Invada Records on May 20th. The Detroit weekender takes place at Tangent Gallery from May 28th through 30th.