For Justice to try and top their last live album, the Grammy award-winning ‘Across The Universe’, it was always going to be a tall order. For one: their new live album ‘Access All Arenas’ doesn’t have an eye-opening Romain Gavras documentary to seduce you into the world of a touring electronic act. And secondly: ‘Access All Arenas’ is very much still anchored by material from their first album, ‘Cross’.
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London 4-piece, and Kitsune signed, Is Tropical have unveiled the first single to be taken from their second studio album ‘I’m Leaving’ which will be out on May 13.
James Blake has reached the point where he’s transcended genre definition, which is no mean feat. Arguably one of the most influential figures in the electronic music scene recently, his first self-titled album reached critical acclaim, gaining a stunningly broad audience despite not being overtly accessible to most ears. Now is the time for the challenging ‘follow up album’. Undoubtedly one of the most hotly anticipated releases of 2013, ‘Overgrown’ has a lot to live up to.
L’Equipe Du Son is the alias of Dutch disco producer Rutger Van Der Kraats, and to be honest it wouldn’t be an understatement to say that his L’Equipe Du Son alias isn’t exactly on many people’s radars, he certainly wasn’t on ours until we posted the Dubka remix of his last single, and we can’t for life of us work out why.
If you are planning to release an album this May you might want to hold-off. Not only are Daft Punk making their long-awaited return with ‘Random Access Memories’, today Justice also announced their new live album ‘Access All Arenas’ will be out on May 6 via Ed Banger/Because.
Canadian new wave duo Footprintz, Adam Hunter and Clarian North, have just released their debut album ‘Escape Yourself’ via Seth Troxler’s label Visionquest. The duo were actually the first act to get a spot on Troxler’s label which speaks volumes about their hazy blend of lo-fi synths and shimmering vocals.
Synth pop duo The Pet Shop Boys have announced they’ve left long-time label Parlophone, and will release their new album ‘Electric’ via Kobalt Label Services, with the album being produced by Stuart Price, aka Jacques Lu Cont.
After last week’s ‘Lunartic’, Tracques, aka Stuart Price, has just uploaded a new album sampler taken from his new techno infused concept album. Because, you know, caustic techno is what your average EDM enthusiast is looking for when they’re eating their sugar puffs on a Monday morning.
IS TROPICAL have announced the release of their second album ‘I’m Leaving’ which will be coming out via Kitsune/ Cooperative Music on May 20.
Shit just got real: Daft Punk have posted a new cover photo to their Facebook page, and while it could be the front cover for their album, it does confirm the duos recent signing to Sony’s Columbia Records.
In case you hadn’t noticed Kavinsky’s debut album is dropping this month and to coincide with the release there’s a new remixes EP of his most recent single ‘Protovision’ to wet your futurist whistle before the album drops.
Well, it looks as if this weekend’s rumours that Daft Punk have left long-time label Virgin/EMI to sign a new deal Sony/Columbia are true, and there’s even better news as their 4th studio album will be released this May, according to the Guardian.
Finally, it looks as if the robots are actually making their long awaited return. A report from French newspaper Le Parisien reckons the electronic duo have left EMI records and will sign with Sony/Columbia for their forth studio album expected this spring.
Jacques Lu Cont has just announced that his heavily rumoured new album is ready for release and is going to be under a new alias Traques. It will be a self-release on his own label, with another single on its way with Boys Noize apparently.
Delphic’s second album, ‘Collections’, will be out this time next week, and they have just unveiled a new track ‘Memeo’, which is the third track to be unveiled from the follow-up to 2009′s ‘Acolyte’.
Due to the wonderful way the music industry works, Belgium electro-rock band Goose haven’t actually released their latest long-play on our shores, but it has been released in the band’s native Belgium where it scored an impressive number 1.
Instead of enjoying a binge over at www.partycasino.com, the enigmatic David Bowie has surprised the world with a new song to celebrate his 66th birthday. ‘Where Are We Now’, sees the man of mystery reinvent himself once again showcasing a more reflective, frailer side to his pop persona.
Swedish electronic duo The Knife have teased a new video online, leading many speculate that the band is ready to release their 4th studio album, and the follow-up to the excellent ‘Silent Shout’.
Kavinsky is back. While it was a little disappointing that his debut album didn’t make it’s 2012 release date, the Parisian wannabe Zombie has softened the blow somewhat with a brand-new track ‘Protovision’.