Barcelona’s OFFSónar has revealed the artists set to play two of its seven parties this July.
Innervisions is poised to make its return with a special b2b from label honchos Âme and Dixon, while KiNK and Âme’s Frank Wiedemann are also lined up for an exciting b2b.
While world-class acts like HAAi, Gerd Janson, John Talabot, Marcel Dettmann and Or:la have also been announced for the event.
The warmer months are about to become distant memories, but despite HBO recently unveiling the new 'Game of Thrones' teaser we're not quite ready to say "winter is coming", with a handful of outdoor sessions still inbound.
Not least the beloved Field Maneuvers, FLY Open Air, Mint Festival at a brand new location, experimental newcomer Cosmic Roots (with De School resident Elias Mazian amongst others), the first ever Diynamic Festival and upmarket Festival No.6's final instalment for the foreseeable future.
Innervisions have partnered up with local promoters H A ï K U for a party on Saturday 21st April at recently redesigned venue Terminal 7 in Paris.
Along with head honchos Dixon and Âme’s Kristian Beyer, the line-up consists of a Trikk DJ set, a Henrik Schwarz live performance and a live/DJ hybrid set from Berlin-based Perel.
The venue over looks the city’s skyline and houses a newly installed soundsystem. The Innervision’s team are also set to add their own unique elements of production to the space.
Techno-scored film about Berlin's nightlife, 'Symphony of Now', has just had its teaser unveiled, whetting appetites ahead of the official release next month.
Dixon will set off on a new tour next month, with stops in Italy, France, the UK and beyond.
The crux of the tour is Dixon playing from open to close at eight clubs around the world, with extended sets at Dude Club in Milan on 24th March, London's Ministry Of Sound on the 26th and Paris' YoYo on the 31st, before heading to the Big Apple to spin at Blkmarket Membership on 22nd April.
One half of ÂME, Frank Wiedemann, will release his first ever solo EP via the duo’s Innervisions imprint on March 18th.
Wiedemann is the live half of the duo whilst long-time collaborator Kristian Beyer handles the project’s DJing commitments.
Wiedemann’s solo EP, which is called ‘Moorthon’, consists of three tracks and will be released on Innervisions, the imprint he runs alongside Dixon and Beyer.
In other Innervisions news, Dixon alongside Âme will play a very special all-night-long b2b set at Manchester’s iconic Albert Hall on Easter Bank Holiday Friday.
Dixon will play all-night at London club Oval Space this April.
The Innervisions founder’s eight-hour set at the Hackney venue is the latest in a slew of top shelf bookings for the venue — DJ duo Dusky are also set to debut their new live show at Oval Space in April.
The Berlin-based DJ and producer is also booked to play Manchester’s Albert Hall together with his Innervision’s counterpart Âme on 25th March.
Dixon will play Oval Space on 9th April.
For many years French techno legend Garnier released on F Communications (F-Comm), the label he ran with Eric Morand. Most of his classics tracks such as 'The Man With The Red Face' and albums like '30' and 'Unreasonable Behaviour' came out on F-Comm, but when the label shut up shop in 2008 Garnier was left without a permanent home for his recorded output.