A punching bag designed by Damiano Von Erckert and a sparkling wine from Ata are among the items available to raise money for the still-closed club. Events will be held in Melbourne and Brisbane as dancing remains outlawed in the promoter's home state. The Melbourne label run by Sleep D will also release a book and a new line of merch to mark the milestone. The French act have threatened legal action for the mimicking of the Justice logo. Four versions of 1990's 'Heading For The Night' have been unearthed by Electribal Records. Nor, which contains tracks dating back to 2002, will drop on SUED in May. You Eff Ohh is due on Superconscious Records next week. The Canadian artist, previously signed to 4AD and Arbutus Records, shared the news today via Twitter. The legendary dub techno album, originally released on Chain Reaction in 1996, is out on double vinyl in June. Machine Girl's Matt Stephenson and Kill Alters' Bonnie Baxter will reunite for the first of four LPs due in 2021. Ruskin will also team up with Truncate and Mark Broom for the next two records on the label. The Melbourne artist's second release is due out in March. The band will also stream a live performance of their Renegade Breakdown album, shot by filmmaker Denis Côté. The former venue, which closed its original space in Southbank, will take over The Bottom End every Saturday from March 6th. Room40 will release Interreferences in March. The first single on the LP features fellow Canadian Jacques Greene. The previously unreleased tunes will appear alongside re-edited cuts from other aliases. The six-track compilation, featuring local artists like Lex Deluxe and AK SPORTS, will raise money for the Aboriginal Legal Service Redfern. The Melbourne artist's LP, LOVE Or (I Heard You Like Heartbreak), arrives in March. The groundbreaking pianist lost his battle with cancer this week, aged 79.