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The American composer devised a musical concept called "deep listening."
The 12-inch, which comes out on Novel Sound next week, explores "NYC-Berlin dialogues."
The 14-track release features DJ Escrow and Triumph Allah.
The Firecracker artist has started self-releasing some material from his vaults.
The run of dates begins on March 8th.
Alex From Tokyo, Andy Hart and San Soda will also travel to Hanoi's hinterland in April 2017.
Howard Williams will self-release the six-track LP in December.
The LP will arrive two years on from 2015's Late Night Endless.
Site complications have forced organisers to take a year off, though they assure it's not the end of their much-loved event.
HTID: Heaven-sent Tekno Impakting Dancefloors, or Hardcore Till I Die is due out in late December.
You can download it for free until November 29th.
The new names join Dixon, Eats Everything and Skream on the Austrian ski festival's bill.
The California footwork producer's new LP will land in December.
The first release is a 46-minute composition by Thet Liturgiske Owäsendet.
The Dutch festival will also host SUMS—the duo of Kangding Ray and Mogwai's Barry Burns—in late March and early April.
The 23-track LP is out December 9th.
The Kompakt cofounder has announced 2017 shows at Austria's Donaufestival and Jazzhouse in Copenhagen.
The collection of '80s DIY recordings, curated by Steele Bonus, will be released in February of 2017.
Vereker, Mozghan and Ossin will also DJ the Tenderloin record shop and coffee joint.
The 2010 cassette tape, credited with helping to invent vaporwave, just got a new digital release.