We're delighted to announce Bonobo and Kelis have made the longlist for Best Live Act this year; voting's open until 5pm 30 June so head here to submit yours.
Manchester's Warehouse Project today revealed this year's programme, with Bonobo heading up a live performance on Friday 21 November alongside Illum Sphere, Lapalux, Gold Panda & more. Tickets on sale this Friday at 10am (GMT).
South London producer and Numbers-regular, Darq E Freaker, drops a blissed-out remix of "Friday Fish Fry", taken from Kelis' sixth studio album, Food, released 11 August on 12".
The new studio album from Fink, Hard Believer, featuring the single "Looking Too Closely" is out now and available on 2LP, CD and download via R'COUP'D - Fink World / Ninjashop / iTunes / Amazon.
Maribou State, the Hertfordshire-hailing, London-based duo, team up with fellow UK producer and longtime collaborator, Pedestrian, to rework "Friday Fish Fry", the next single from Kelis' new album, Food.
The 7-piece Leeds-based live electronic outfit announce their third album, Alium, to be released on Counter later this year, and details of a full European tour. Full info below the drop.
Fresh off the new Busdriver record, check out the video for Colonize The Moon, featuring New York's Pegasus Warning, just one of many stellar collaborations from LA rapper's 13-track album.
The next tease from the debut Moiré record arrives in the form of his new Rings video, created using real-time 3D photography and also a glimpse into his new live set.
Yesterday Was Hard On All Of Us (Live with the RCO)
Bonobo feat. Andreya Triana & DELS
Eyesdown (Machinedrum Remix)
The Prince Bandroom, Melbourne, , AU
Splendour in the Grass, New South Wales, , AU
Fuji Rock Festival, Niigata, , JP
D.EDGE, Sao Paulo, , BA
Warung Beach Club, Sao Paulo, , BA
Long Lake Festival, Lugano, , CH
Corsica Studios, London, , GB
Roundhouse, London, , GB
The Gaslamp Killer and Toddla T
Tramlines 2014, Sheffield, , GB
Fuji Rocks, Niigata, , JP
The North Borders Tour. — Live
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