The first names for this year’s Magnetic Fields Festival have been announced.
This year marks the seventh edition of the festival, which will take place in the Alsisar Mahar palace of Rajasthan from December 13th through the 15th.
Dekmantel has released the full schedule for its seventh edition which kicks off in just over a month.
Amongst the main stage highlights this year are Jeff Mills, John Talabot and Palms Trax, who will close the stage on Friday, Saturday and Sunday respectively. Also playing across the weekend are Octo Octa b2b Eris Drew, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Carista, upsammy and Andrew Weatherall, who will open on Friday, August 2nd with a three-and-a-half hour set.
Anyone would think it was Christmas, what with the current vibe— mayhem, chaos and hopes pinned on wish-list dreams. Brexit aside, here are the top 30 UK club events for the last time this year.
Charitable venue The Cause has an incredible offering to kick London off— Skee Mask's album is one of 2018's best, he's playing with our recent interviewee Bruce and Manchester one-to-watch Afrodeutsch.
Glastonbury’s Beat Hotel will launch a new festival in Marrakech, with dates set for 28th - 31st March 2019.
Palms Trax has made his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix debut and it is as dreamy as it is eclectic. The show, which aired on Saturday 13th, can be streamed in full below.
Over the course of the two-hour mix, the Berlin-based Bristol native veers from sizzling vintage house, afrobeat and highlife infused disco, propulsive techno and more in between.
Phonox has gone from strength to strength over the past 12 months, and this winter the Brixton club will add yet another feather to its bristling cap.
In an attempt to bring a little European flare to the increasingly club-bare UK capital, Phonox is launching a new 5pm ‘til midnight Sunday series from 30th October to 11th December.
Farr Festival returned for its seventh edition in the Hertfordshire countryside this year, with a line-up that boasts a sublime selection of underground artists for discerning music lovers that still want to be on the dancefloor; with appearances from Jeremy Underground, Move D, Hunee, Palms Trax, Job Jobse, Moomin, Terry Farley & Pete Heller, a b2b2b from Midland, Ben UFO and Joy Orbison and more.
Some might argue Palms Trax broke-through with ‘Equation’ on Lobster Theremin in 2013. Jay Donaldson’s first release was that good. But, as with all truly great subterranean moments in dance music — like ripples in a pool — it takes time for the hype to spread.