GDD™ Morning Update: Gesaffelstein, TomorrowWorld, Moby, Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival

Gesaffelstein releases ALEPH tracklist
• Watch: TomorrowWorld 2013 live stream
Moby to stream Los Angeles show live
Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival announces lineup


Gesaffelstein releases ALEPH tracklist

The hype has been slowly building around French techno connoisseur Gesaffelstein’s debut album and now the LP is available to pre-order.

The Frenchman whose real name is Mike Levy has been very busy with his upcoming I Love Techno 2013 mix as well as announcing his album with a teaser video two weeks ago.

The tracklist for the album has now been put online and features 14 songs with ‘Pursuit’ being the only piece of previously released material.

You can pre-order ‘Aleph’ here and check out the tracklist below.

1. Out Of Line
2. Pursuit
3. Nameless
4. Destinations
5. Obsession
6. Hellifornia
7. Aleph
8. Wall Of Memories
9. Duel
10. Piece Of Future
11. Hate Or Glory
12. Values
13. Trans
14. Perfection

(via Mixmag)


Watch: TomorrowWorld 2013 live stream

This weekend, Dutch powerhouse ID&T will stage America’s first-ever TomorrowWorld in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. Stretching from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 September, the festival will bring the next-level production and theming made famous in Belgium at Tomorrowland. If you can’t be there, the TomorrowWorld spectacle is streaming live through YouTube on Tomorrowland TV, from 7pm till 2am EST on each night.

So, what to expect if you’re tuning in from home? While the streaming schedule is still to come, the TomorrowWorld line-up is stacked with top-tier names. The 8,000-acre farm will host a fleet of themed stages, however it’ll be hard to compete with the magnetic pull of the Main Stage. Early photos of the site set-up suggest ID&T is bringing out the vast storybook Main Stage design used at Tomorrowland in 2012. That’s where you’ll find the biggest names like Porter RobinsonSebastian IngrossoTiestoHardwellSteve AokiAxwellDavid Guetta and Armin van Buuren.

Elsewhere across the weekend, there are stages curated by Q-dance, Fool’s Gold, Mad Decent, OWSLA, Dim Mak, Laidback Luke’s Super You&Me, Kitsune and more. True to the Atlanta setting, TomorrowWorld is also dedicating a stage to trap music. Check back here over the weekend for the TomorrowWorld live stream.

(via inthemix)


Moby to stream Los Angeles show live

Moby’s tour for his upcoming ‘Innocents’ album will be just three shows in Los Angeles. So thankfully, he has decided to broadcast one of them live on the internet for free.

On October 4, his show at the Fonda Theater will be streamed live in its entirety at Evntlive and if you miss it, they’ll be offering some encore showing as well. 

The show is being billed as ‘Moby with special guests’, so it’s a safe bet that some ‘Innocents’ collaborators, which include Wayne Coyne, Skylar Grey and Mark Lanegan, might stop by to perform.

Head over to the Evntlive page for full information.

(via Mixmag)


Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival announces lineup

The Brooklyn Electronic Music festival is back for its sixth year, taking over a number of well established venues across Williamsburg.

The impressive line-up includes Jackmaster (pictured), Pete Tong, Skream and Todd Terje, who will all play the festival between November 8-10.

Kaytranada, Jermone LOL, Manik, Kastle and Doorly will also all play the festival alongside the likes of XXXY, Oneman and many more.

For more information visit the BEDM website.

(via Mixmag)