• Hear two new James Blake tracks
• Chicago’s Wavefront gives sneak peak of artists • LEME announces 2013 dates and lineup
• Shadow Child to make debut W.A.R appearance
• Psychemagik present Magik Sunrise
Hear two new James Blake tracks
‘Voyeur’ is a rip from Benji B’s Radio 1 show, and ‘Digital Lion’ which features Brian Eno, comes courtesy of Self Titled.
‘Overgrown’ is out on April 8, but you can pre-order it on iTunes and get ‘Digital Lion’ instantly.
Chicago’s Wavefront gives sneak peak of artists
Only in its second year, Wavefront Festival in Chicago is returning to Montrose Beach, July 5- 7.
So far, the 2013 lineup includes Benoit & Sergio, Caspa, Chris Lake, Crookers, Damian Lazarus, Danny Tenaglia, Guy Gerber, Jamie Jones, Maya Jane Coles, Nicolas Jaar, and Rusko.
Early-bird tickets sold out, but regular tickets will be available here very soon.
In the meantime, you can watch their 2012 video from the event, which included sets from Art Department, Boys Noize and Visionquest.
LEME announces 2013 dates and lineup
The London Electronic Music Event (LEME) has announced the dates and line-up for its 2013 Event, with sessions from Goldie, Radio Slave, SoundCloud, Andi Durrant, Your Army, Mr Bongo, Sharooz and more.
LEME is a weekend of production workshops, business sessions, keynote panels and networking events bringing together artists, labels, entrepreneurs and like-minded electronic music lovers from around the world.
Now in its second year, LEME will take place 13-14 April, 2013 in Rich Mix, London.
LEME gives 200 delegates the chance to custom-build their own timetable from 22 sessions led by expert speakers from all sectors of the electronic music industry.
Highlights of the 2013 programme include: An Audience with Goldie; Music in the marketplace: How to shift more records; Running a Label; How To Break Through; Business Basics for the Freelance Musician; Making Your Mix Slam; The Perfect Arrangement; Mastering Alchemy: the Gold Standard and What Goes Where? The EQ Masterclass.
Weekend tickets are availabe for the earlybird price of £120 with a discount of 20%. Ticket sales, timetables and all information can be found at www.londonelectronicmusicevent.com
Shadow Child to make debut W.A.R appearance
This year W.A.R returns to Ibiza and Mallorca Rocks with a bumper line-up right through the summer season.
Freshly announced DJs include Zane Lowe, Baauer, Doorly, Mistajam and Shadow Child (pictured), who will be making a debut W.A.R appearance.
The newly announced acts join the already announced TNGHT, Katy B, So Solid Crew, Skepta and Oneman for the four Rinse FM parties.
For more information on the events click here.
Psychemagik present Magik Sunrise
The release will arrive six months after Magik Cyrkles, which saw the Kent-based duo compile a selection of obscure Balearica, disco and funk. This next compilation follows an equally adventurous trajectory, with the label promising a mix of African reggae, jazz-funk, prog rock, folk and New Age curios. As with Magik Cyrkles, the unmixed compilation will be released on gatefold vinyl, double CD and digital formats through Leng, the Claremont 56 sublabel co-run by Paul Murphy and Simon Purnell. “A lot of these artists have been hidden from the music industry for some time,” says Purnell. “[Tracking down the artists featured on the compilation] has proved to be a big deal, because these tracks were very important to them and this album has brought back their memories of that time.”
01. Iasos – Intro
02. Iasos – Formentera Sunset Clouds
03. Daniel Mathieu – C’Etait UnBeau Dimanche
04. Fox -The Juggler
05. Walter Hawkins – Metropolis
06. Steve & Teresa – Catching A Wave
07. Cherubin – Sunrise
08. Yves Simon – Raconte-Toi
09. Susana Estrada -¡Gózame Ya!
10. Joey Newman – The One You Love
11. Rob Mehl – House On The Rock
12. George Oban – Basshoven
13. Y. Rioland & M. Goldfeder – Tension
14. Jeff Liberman – Transformation
15. David Astri – Safe And Sound
16. Max Adioa – Toubab Bilé (Instrumental Version)
Leng will release Psychemagik’s Magik Sunrise on April 29th, 2013.
(via Resident Advisor)
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