Seth Troxler, Joseph Capriati, and more grace Fabric’s fall 2018 club schedule

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Fabric thinks past festival season in their announcement of their 2018 fall/winter Saturday lineups. The crown jewel of club nights, Saturdays at Fabric will see underground acts like Seth Troxler, Joseph Capriati, Craig Richards, I Hate Models, and more appear across the London nightclub’s various rooms.

The newly unveiled 2018 schedule commences with Craig Richards and Prosumer in Fabric’s main room, and a Mike Servito and Magda b2b in the club’s second room on October 13.

From then on, the Fabric momentum will remain in full swing, with Seth Troxler and Craig Richards slated to perform as a part of Richards’ Collisions night on December 1. KiNK will also return for a live set on November 10 with Ryan Elliot. Luke Slater, Veronica Vasicka, and many more ornament Fabric’s extensive fall/winter lineup, accessible here.

H/T: DJ Mag

Awakenings announces monstrous two-day 2018 lineup

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Awakenings Festival has announced its glorious 2018 lineup, which will descend upon the grounds of Spaarnwoude on June 30 and July 1.

Over 100 artists will perform over the two days with some of techno’s heaviest acts fronting the bill. Artists like Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, Nina Kraviz, Sven Väth, and more, are some of the prime stalwarts on the bill. Awakenings will also see an equal dosage of techno’s ever-rising stalwarts like Job Jobse, Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte, and Dax J making their Awakening debuts.

Richie Hawtin will also be in attendance, bringing his special CLOSE concept to The Netherlands for the first time ever. Other notable acts include Marcel Dettmann, Joseph Capriati, Kölsch, Maceo Plex — who will be bringing his Mosaic concept to Awakenings for the first time ever — Ben Klock, Jamie Jones, Ricardo Villalobos, and Seth Troxler.

As expected, Awakenings Festival will be going above and beyond in their groundbreaking production. Attendees can expect top-of-the-line stage design, particularly in the open air areas of the festival.

 

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Joseph Capriati played a 25-hour set in Miami this weekend, his longest performance to date

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Joseph Capriati‘s signature brand of pearlescent and emotive techno, delivered with exactitude and an equal amount of infectious flair, saw 25 hours of playtime this weekend, as the Redimension label-head progressed from house to a proper serving of techno to round out a massive set.

Capriati shared the information earlier this morning where he said he came with the intention of playing a marathon set and just couldn’t stop — extending the marathon for over 25 hours.

Capriati’s monumental set reigns supreme over fellow Italian Marco Carola, who previously slung out a massive 24-hour deliverance.

While it’s certainly not a competition to see who can withstand the longest set, Capriati’s accomplishment is an impressive feat nonetheless.

H/T: DJ Mag

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Joseph Capriati brilliantly bares his essence in his first ‘real’ Essential Mix

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The Essential Mix has seen no dearth of exceptional techno sets this year. In 2017, BBC Radio 1’s premier dance-focused broadcast has recruited the likes of Adriatique, Pan-Pot, and Monika Kruse (not to mention techno progenitor Robert Hood, who elected to provide a house-focused mix with his daughter, Lyric, as Floorplan). However, despite the rich offerings which Pete Tong’s esteemed program has purveyed over the past six months, this weekend’s Essential Mix may be the most coveted techno offering of the year.

Ringing in June, Joseph Capriati stepped up to the decks at BBC Radio 1 on Friday, June 2. Though the Neopolitan artist has established himself as one of the genre’s preeminent DJs over the past decade, this broadcast marks his first “real” Essential Mix (as opposed to the live-recorded b2b with Adam Beyer which he provided for the program in 2015).

Capriati takes his Essential Mix debut quite literally, stating his intent to reflect his true essence at the beginning of the broadcast. Throughout the course of the mix, the now-Redimension label-head progresses from house, to deep techno, and finally, a conclusion of proper techno. Filled with unreleased tracks from the likes of David Morales and The Martinez Brothers, Capriati’s set is an engaging journey throughout the spectrum of quality club music.

Ranging from Jamie Jones to Patrice Bäumel, the first Essential Mix of June is deftly-curated enough to resonate well into the months when EMOTY nominees begin to be named.

Listen to Joseph Capriati’s Essential Mix here.

Tracklist:

1. Flavio Folco – Intro
2. Little Louie Vega & Joseph Capriati – A Spiritual Thing
3. Carola Pisaturo – Ganzirri
4. David Morales – Overdrive
5. Jamie Jones & BKR – ID
6. The Martinez Brothers – Jamjointtt
7. Antonio Grassia – Tremante
8. Joseph Capriati – ID
9. Delta Funktionen – Warp Drive
10. Lag – Sama Doma (Forward Strategy Group Remix)
11. Spencer Parker – Yes
12. Sam Paganini – Frozen
13. Scuba – Heartbreak
14. Hardcell – Neoacid
15. Woo York – Hypernova
16. Maceo Plex ft. Swayzak – Fifth Dimension
17. ID – K388v5
18. Rødhåd – Kinder Der Ringwelt (Donato Dozzy Remix)
19. Victor Calderone – Parallel
20. Anthony Parasole – Untitled 03
21. Shlømo – Static Line
22. Industrialyzer – Analog Planet
23. Jay Clarke – Jet Stream
24. Matrixxman & Setaoc Mass – Vortex
25. Depeche Mode – Where’s The Revolution (Patrice Bäumel Remix)

H/T: 1001 Tracklists

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Ultra Japan releases diverse Phase 1 lineup

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Ultra Japan has announced an extensive phase 1 lineup with AlessoThe ChainsmokersHardwellKygo, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki and Tiësto as headliners for the fourth edition of the. This year, Ultra’s Tokyo-based festival will debut a brand new Live Stage, making it the fourth Ultra Worldwide edition to host this facet of the event. Three highly-celebrated live acts in electronic music have been confirmed for the festival’s first phase: Empire of the Sun, Pendulum and Porter Robinson.

The festival will take place from September 16-18 at the Tokyo Odaiba ULTRA Park across three stage- Main Stage, Live Stage and RESISTANCE. Having announced an Ibiza residency recently, RESISTANCE will also see a major upgrade in Tokyo this year, with Carl Cox, Joseph CapriatiSasha & John Digweed and Seth Troxler set to headline its stage.

View the full Phase 1 lineup below:

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Dancing Astronaut’s Guide to 2017 Movement Afterparties

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Dancing Astronaut’s Guide to 2017 Movement Afterparties

Every Memorial Day Weekend, the global dance music community flocks to the birthplace of techno for one of the most revered festivals in dance: Movement. Although the festival has gone through a number of incarnations since its inception, the quality and curation has always remained top notch, with the good folks over at Paxahua now running the show and effortlessly maintaining the rich heritage of the festival while also innovating and taking smart risks to push it forward.

While the Movement festival itself is truly not to be missed, the party obviously doesn’t stop once scenic Hart Plaza closes up each day. From old Masonic temples, to DIY art galleries, and all-night warehouse ragers, Movement weekend offers a staggering amount of afterparties that showcase international heavy hitters and homegrown Detroit stars across genres — with, of course, a healthy dose of techno on the menu. As Movement weekend approaches, we’ve broken down the must-see afterparties to keep you dancing into the dawn hours.

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Black Flag vs Vatos Locos

Who: Stacy Pullen vs Hector, Cocodrills, Harvard Bass, & more

Where: Magic Stick

When: Friday, May 26th, 9 pm – 3 am

Why you should care: Ease into the weekend with this official opening party featuring label heads Hector and Stacy Pullen of Vatos Locos Recordings and Black Flag Records. With Hector’s Vatos Locos parties regularly touching down in Miami and New York, there’s no doubt that this team up with second-wave Detroit techno lynchpin Stacy Pullen and an all-star supporting cast will start your weekend off right.

Tickets: RA

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Physical Therapy 3

Who: Matthew Dear, Adult., Mike Servito, & more

Where: Marble Bar

When: Friday, May 26th, 9 pm – 3 am

Why you should care: Few artists have represented the modern Detroit sound quite like Ghostly International boss Matthew Dear. Joining Dear is a jam-packed lineup at the diverse and always fun Marble Bar, including hometown heroes like Shigeto and everyone’s favorite acid enthusiast and prolific Tweeter, Mike Servito.

Tickets: RA

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Eden III

Who: Volvox, Umfang, Patricia, & more

Where: Tangent Gallery

When: Friday, May 26th, 9 – 4 am

Why you should care: Discwoman represents heavily at the acclaimed Tangent Gallery for what will undoubtedly be a no-holds-bar party to start off your weekend. Riding high off her forthcoming album announcement on Ninja Tune, expect plenty of exclusives from Umfang, and definitely don’t sleep on Swedish duo Shxcxchcxsh, either (no, we don’t know their name is pronounced).

Tickets: RA

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Detroit Love

Who: Carl Craig, Moodymann, Andres, & more

Where: Magic Stick

When: Saturday, May 27th, 9 pm – 4 am

Why you should care: Headed by Planet E boss Carl Craig, Detroit Love is a concept that preserves the rich heritage of Detroit’s sound and culture by throwing parties and spreading that unmistakable “Detroit love” around the world. Joining Craig for this special hometown party are two of the finest purveyors of Detroit’s soulful house sound: the enigmatic Moodymann and La Vida boss / former Slum Village associate Andres. Simply put, Detroit Love cannot, nor should not, ever be missed.

Tickets: Ticketweb

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Tresor: Berlin/Detroit

Who: Terrence Dixon, Ron Morelli, Marcellus Pittman, & more

Where: Tangent Gallery

When: Saturday, May 27th, 10 pm – 7 am

Why you should care: Few cities and institutions represent techno on the level as Berlin and Tresor. For the second year in a row, Tresor has teamed up with Interdimensional Transmissions to curate an absolutely insane and diverse line up, featuring performances such as the world premiere collaboration between Detroit’s Terrence Dixon and Berlin’s Flowing and a rare U.S. appearance from L.I.E.S. boss Ron Morelli. Detroit and Berlin united!

Tickets: RA

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Soul Clap’s House of EFunk

Who: Louie Vega, Josh Wink, Roy Davis Jr., & more

Where: TV Lounge

When: Saturday, May 27th, 11 pm – noon

Why you should care: The Crew Love vibes are always in fine form during Soul Clap’s annual Efunk party at the infamous TV Lounge, where they truly master the outdoor / indoor transition for an endless fun-filled boogie down. With a dizzying lineup of over a dozen artists on the bill, most definitely bring your dancing shoes for this funky affair.

Tickets: RA

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OK COOL 5 Year Anniversary

Who: John Tejada, Honey Dijon, Danny Daze, & more

Where: TV Lounge

When: Sunday, May 28th, 9 pm – noon

Why you should care: With plenty of Movement weekend exclusive performances at this special 5th year anniversary party, this will be your only chance to catch sets from the likes of Danny Daze, John Tejada, Doc Martin, and soulful Detroit house master Rick Wade. Ditching the bottle service and velvet ropes, OK COOL always creates a special vibe for fans, artists, and industry members alike to smile and dance to top-notch production and talent. Magician Steve the Amazing makes his 5th straight appearance at the party to razzle-dazzle you as well!

Tickets: RA

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Dixon b2b Seth Troxler

Who: Dixon and Seth Troxler, all night long

Where: Leland City Club

When: Sunday, May 28th, 10 pm – 6 am

Why you should care: This is one that everyone’s been buzzing about, and with due reason. Sold out for quite some time now, two of the world’s top DJs have decided to unite for an epic b2b session at this official Movement afterparty. For those who planned ahead and bought advance tickets, enjoy! Everyone else: good luck getting tickets.

Tickets: Ticketfly

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Adam Beyer Presents: Drumcode

Who: Adam Beyer, Nicole Moudaber, Keith Kemp

Where: Detroit Masonic Temple

When: Sunday, May 28th, 11pm – 4 am

Why you should care: It’ll be all techno at the famed Masonic Temple when Drumcode boss Adam Beyer leads the charge with the queen of techno Nicole Moudaber and Keith Kemp in tow. Always representing hard in Detroit, the Swedish DJ and producer consistently delivers epic parties and festival sets, becoming a Movement staple and favorite over the years.

Tickets: See Tickets

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Night/Day

Who: Omar-S, DJ Stingray, Bookworms, & more

Where: El Club

When: Sunday, May 28th, 11:59 pm – 2 pm

Why you should care: Head to Southwest Detroit and party from dawn until lunchtime for this choice lineup featuring Detroit Don Omar-S and many many others. Technically starting on Monday at 2 am, this party carries on through the day with a rousing finish at 2 pm.

Tickets: RA

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Carl Cox b2b Joseph Capriati

Who: Carl Cox, Joseph Capriati, & Stone Owl

Where: Detroit Masonic Temple

When: Monday, May 29th, 11 pm – 4 am

Why you should care: Fresh off a historic run at Space Ibiza which truly is the end of an era, Carl Cox has joined forces with Italian techno superstar Joseph Capriati to close out an epic weekend in Detroit. Joining the two heavyweights for this 18+ plus show is hometown Detroit favorite Stone Owl – oh yes oh yes!

RSVP: See Tickets

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Interdimensional Transmissions presents: The Bunker New York

Who: Hot Mix, Antenes, Eris Drew

Where: Tangent Gallery

When: Monday, May 29th, 10 pm – 6 am

Why you should care: The Bunker is a New York party institution and label that is simply unstoppable. For this closing party, the always exciting triple-headed monster that is Hot Mix, featuring Mike Servito, Justin Cudmore, and Gunnar Haslam, has re-united for what will be no doubt be another unforgettable set. Rising star Antenes and many others join the lineup as Interdimensional Transmissions closes out an amazingly curated weekend lineup of parties in the D.

Tickets: RA

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Memo Presents: Loefah, Hops, & Monty Luke

Who: Loefah, Hops, & Monty Luke

Where: El Club

When: Monday, May 29th, 9 pm – 4 am

Why you should care: After a weekend chock-full of driving four-four kick drums, this one eases back a little bit and lets the low end rumble. Featuring London’s Loefah, Berlin’s Hops, and Detroit’s own Monty Luke, soak in some dancehall and dub served with plenty of bass to close out your weekend with a little bit of a wobble.

Tickets: Ticketfly