GDD™ Morning Update: The Warehouse Project, Hot Chip, Disclosure, BPM Festival 2013

Good morning! Today’s news features The Warehouse Project, Hot Chip, Disclosure, and the BPM Festival 2013. Please read on after the jump.

 

Warehouse Project Announces Lineups for 2012

More details have been announced for this year’s Warehouse Project events, happening in Manchester from the end of September through the new year. 

Staying true to form, the UK institution has assembled a program that touches nearly every corner of the electronic music zeitgeist, from big names like Katy B to blog favourites like Evian Christ. In addition to the previously announced opening parties, the series includes events hosted by the likes of Bugged Out! (Boys Noize,Paul KalkbrennerJimmy EdgarTensnake), Cocoon (Sven VathRicardo VillalobosCassyAdam Beyer) and Hot Creations (Jamie JonesCarl CraigKerri ChandlerMaceo Plex) to name just a few. There will be artist-curated events as well;Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs bring Todd TerjeJohn Talabot and Matias Aguayo to Manchester on October 26th, and SBTRKT will have his own night earlier that month with Four TetCaribouHudson Mohawke and others. We continue our run of WHP events with a party on December 1st featuring OrbitalMarcel Dettmann,ModeselektorScubaJoy Orbison and Boddika among others. Details for the New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day parties, plus a 25 Years of Laurent Garnier event, are still TBA. 

Tickets to all of Warehouse Projects upcoming parties are available here on RA.

North, United Kingdom  Sep 28  WHP Launch – RINSE
North, United Kingdom  Sep 29  Welcome to The Warehouse
North, United Kingdom  Oct 05  WHP presents..
North, United Kingdom  Oct 06  Curated by SBTRKT
North, United Kingdom  Oct 12  Bugged Out!
North, United Kingdom  Oct 13  Ape Birthday
North, United Kingdom  Oct 19  Curated by Bloc Party
North, United Kingdom  Oct 20  WHP presents…
North, United Kingdom  Oct 26  Halloween Curated by TEED
North, United Kingdom  Nov 02  Cocoon
North, United Kingdom  Nov 03  10 years of Metropolis
North, United Kingdom  Nov 08  Animal Collective
North, United Kingdom  Nov 09  WHP x RBMA
North, United Kingdom  Nov 10  Laidback Luke
North, United Kingdom  Nov 23  Hospitality
North, United Kingdom  Nov 24  Hot Creations present Paradise
North, United Kingdom  Nov 30  Annie Mac presents…
North, United Kingdom  Dec 01  Resident Advisor
North, United Kingdom  Dec 08  WHP presents…
North, United Kingdom  Dec 14  All Gone Pete Tong
North, United Kingdom  Dec 15  Crosstown Rebels presents Rebel Rave
North, United Kingdom  Dec 31  NYE
North, United Kingdom  Jan 01  WHP Night & Day Closing Party
 

Video: Hot Chip: “How Do You Do?”

The next single off Hot Chip‘s latest album, In Our Heads, will be “How Do You Do?”, released on September 10 via Domino. They only released the Creators Project-produced video for “Look at Where We Are” last week– their new single also comes bearing an effects-heavy, LA-centric video directed by Rollo Jackson. In other news, the band have also been busy scoring a piece to soundtrack the table tennis competition at the London Olympics.

Watch the new video below.

“How Do You Do?”:

(via Pitchfork)

 

Disclosure Announces North American Tour


The brotherly London duo Disclosure (who appeared a while back in our Bubblin’ Upfeature series) has announced plans to bring its swinging, soulful take on bass music across the Atlantic for the first time, with a handful of performances scheduled for October. Although the debut North American tour includes only seven total dates, Disclosure’s course will take the boys to both coasts and includes a brief stop off in Toronto for their only Canadian date. You’ll find the full list of dates and more details on the flier below.

(via XLR8R)

 

Dates Announced for BPM 2013

The sixth edition of BPM Festival will take place from January 4th through the 13th in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. 

BPM is a ten-day series of club events and beach parties that happens around the beginning of every year in the resort town of Playa del Carmen. It’s become more and more popular over the past few years, with RA’s Ryan Keeling dubbing it a “key stop-off on the international festival circuit” in his review of last year’s event. No artists have been confirmed for 2013 so far, but previous editions have hosted the likes of Richie Hawtin, Soul Clap, Wolf + Lamb, Danny Tenaglia, Lee Burridge, Heidi, and plenty of artists from the Crosstown Rebels and Hot Creations camps. Expect the first names on this year’s lineup to start trickling in sometime in the fall. Unlike recent editions, BPM 2013 starts several days into the new year and therefore will not include New Year’s Eve parties.

(via Resident Advisor)

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