GDD™ Morning Update: Flying Lotus, Orbital, Prodigy’s Warrior’s Dance Festival, TheFatRat

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. day! We have news featuring Flying Lotus & his Coachella plans, Orbital’s new album, Prodigy’s Warrior’s Dance Festival, and some fresh listening material from TheFatRat. Please read on after the jump.

Flying Lotus to Present Next Album at Coachella

The recently announced Coachella lineup includes Flying Lotus, who tweeted Friday, “Going to present the new album at Coachella 2012.” He performs on Saturday, April 14 and Saturday, April 21. The record is his follow up to 2010’s BNM’d full-length Cosmogramma and Pattern + Grid World EP.

Coachella tickets went on sale Friday morning… and very quickly sold out.

(via Pitchfork)


Orbital Appear Wonky on New Album

Orbital will release their first album in eight years on April 1.

‘Wonky’ will feature collaborations with rising stars Zola Jesus and Lady Leshurr.

The new record will be accompanied by a UK tour that will be completed with a massive show at the Royal Albert Hall, London, on April 10.

Check the full April dates and the video for new track ‘Never’ below:

05 Manchester Academy
06 Leeds O2 Academy
07 Glasgow O2 Academy
08 Liverpool O2 Academy
09 Cambridge Corn Exchange
10 London Royal Albert Hall

(via Mixmag)


Prodigy’s Warrior’s Dance Festival

The Prodigy have announced the next installment of their Warrior’s Dance Festival, taking place at Kalemegdan Fortess in Belgrade on September 15, 2012.

Following 2009’s Tokyo event, and the sell-out event at Milton Keynes Bowl in 2010, this year acts will perform across three stages at the beautiful Serbian fortress. Headline acts include Skrillex and The Prodigy (naturally), where they will showcase material from their forthcoming album.

There will be more acts announced via the website:, or get tickets here.

(via Mixmag)


Foster The People – Don’t Stop (TheFatRat Remix) + Ministry of Sound Mix

Our friend, TheFatRat, just put out a brand new Foster The People remix! His excellent style, melodies, & highly detailed production are just a few of the several things that makes him a favorite of mine and they certainly shine through in each of his tracks. Also, I recommend you check out his mix for Ministry of Sound, as it could very well be the best 18 minutes of your day. Enjoy.