A broad selection of producers are set to feature on a new compilation album from electronic music collective Daytimers and Big Dyke Energy, the record label and event series.
01. Manuka Honey - Noise complaint
02. No Nation - Received
03. Darama - Beacons
04. Riva - The power to take you on the floor
05. India Jordan - BALBY BASTARD
06. FAFF - Ooh la la feat. Meg
07. Enayet - Kirre
08. Walthamstow Dogs - Cennel feat. SHERELLE
BBC Radio 1's long-running Residency show is relaunching with a new line-up, format and timeslot.
Having previously selected eight DJs every six months to each host a monthly one-hour-long radio show on Sunday nights, the Residency will now see two DJs host four one-hour-long radio shows each month, with six being selected for the three months ahead every three months.
India Jordan will play at Birmingham's Forum club with DJ Mag later this year.
The line-up for this year's Homobloc festival has been announced.
Lead photo credit: Hannah Metcalfe
A database platforming non-binary artists and creative figures has been shared online to mark Non-Binary Awareness Week.
Posted over the weekend, and available as a Google Doc, the database is the project of Manchester artists DJ Soyboi and Hardcore Harry. It highlights DJs and producers, bands and singers, artists, dancers and lighting technicians.
The nominees for this year's AIM Independent Music Awards have been announced, with Bicep and Floating Points among those bagging two nominations each.
Bicep have received nominations in the International Breakthrough and Best [Difficult] Second Album categories, while Floating Points has been recognised in the Best Independent Remix category, for his remix of Thundercat's 'Fair Chance', and Best Independent Album category, for 'Promises', his collaborative album with Pharoah Sanders and the London Symphony Orchestra.
Photo credit: Fiona Garden
Barcelona's Primavera Sound has shared the full line-up for its 2022 festival.
Gorillaz, Massive Attack, Honey Dijon and recent DJ Mag cover star India Jordan are among the many confirmed names for the 2022 event, which will run over two weekends next year, with a brand new stand alone programme set between the core festivals.
India Jordan's new EP, 'Watch Out!', is out now.
Made up of five tracks, the Ninja Tune-released EP follows on from last year's 'For You' EP, which came out on Local Action. Inspiration for the new EP mostly came during long journeys, with the track ‘Only Said Enough’ being created on a train to Hull.