Treasured Liverpool record store 3b Records is to close at its current location, bringing its 32-year legacy on Slater Street to an end.
According to a statement by the team circulated on social media, difficulties with the landlord relating to the renewal of the shop's lease have led to the decision.
GALA Festival has announced an extra date and a second wave of artists performing at this year's event.
After announcing that GALA would be returning to Peckham Rye Park on 31st July & 1st August this year — taking place across two days for the very first time — the team behind the event have announced a third day and a host of new artists slated to perform.
Houghton has revealed the lineup for its third edition.
Returning this August, the festival will host a number of dance music's biggest names. Returning DJs include Helena Hauff, Joy Orbison, Ben UFO, Call Super, Pearson Sound, Margaret Dygas, Ricardo Villalobos, Hunee, Sonja Moonear, Optimo, Seth Troxler, Jane Fitz, Midland, Shanti Celeste, and Saoirse.
The festival will also welcome for the first time the likes of Four Tet, DJ Stingray, Lena Willikens, Bruce, object blue, Powder, Palms Trax, Sassy J, Pangaea, D. Tiffany, and Peverelist.
Sheffield clubbing institution Hope Works has announced the residents it has in store for 2020.
Joining the residency programme for the first time are SHERELLE, who won Best Breakthrough DJ at our 2019 DJ Mag Best of British Awards, India Jordan, and queer party Babycakes co-founder Diessa.
They join three of Hope Works' 2019 residents who are being invited back: Rian Treanor, Ifeoluwa and 96 Back.
Kala Festival has shared the full line-up for its 2020 festival.
Returning to Dhërmi, the festival will run from the 10th to the 17th June on the Albanian Riviera, featuring live performances, extended sets and regular DJ sets. Activites and wellness events are also set to take place on the idyllic beaches, with yoga classes, gong baths and beach massages, as well as kayaking, pedalos, and paddleboarding all on offer.
Junction 2 has revealed more names joining the festival's 2020 line-up.
Last year saw the South London festival expand into two days, with the addition of Friday boasting a more eclectic, underground line-up, while Saturday maintained its policy of house and techno sets from some of the biggest names in the game. After announcing the likes of Amelie Lens, Ben Klock, Honey Dijon and Four Tet, the second wave of names have been revealed.