From Nala launching a new record label to Manila Killa unveiling the tracklist for his album titled ‘DUSK, read important news in Electronic music this week.
EDM star Hardwell is set to return to India, SLANDER announces the release date and tour for their debut album ‘Thrive’, and Tomorrowland has unveiled plans to conduct 21-day streaming of the festival worldwide, among other significant happenings this week.
Nala Launches “Femme-Dominated” Record Label, Mi Domina
Los Angeles-based DJ Nala has now launched a new record label, Mi Domina. It is a “femme-dominated” platform “where women are in charge,” per a press release shared with EDM.com. The name translates to “Dominate Me”. It is a phrase that functions as an ode to Nala’s Italian heritage.
Nala’s new three-track EP, ‘Get Familiar’ serves as Mi Domina’s inaugural record. It is a joint record with fellow Dirtybird artist E.R.N.E.S.T.O. Nala and E.R.N.E.S.T.O. kick off ‘Get Familiar’ with ‘God Complex’ then comes the EP’s titular track, ‘Get Familiar’ before concluding with the closing track ‘Acid Mix’.
Hardwell Will Return to India for His ‘Rebels Never Die’ World Tour
EDM star Hardwell is set to return to India. He will perform at a show in Delhi NCR on December 11, 2022, as part of his ‘Rebels Never Die’ World Tour. The Dutch producer announced this world tour supporting his new album, ‘REBELS NEVER DIE’.
The announcement about Hardwell returning to India comes via the Sunburn Festival’s official page on Instagram.
Fans can’t wait for the return of ‘Call Me A Spaceman’ producer to set the stage on fire in India by showcasing his skills that has made him a globally known record producer! This isn’t the star’s visit to the country. The renowned DJ will return to the nation after five years since his last live performance at World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival. Hardwell last performed in India when he headlined the third day of the festival in Mumbai in December 2017.
Read more about it: HERE
Liverpool FC’s New Away Kit Is Dedicated to the City’s ‘90s Dance Music Scene
Liverpool FC has unveiled a new kit that pays homage to the city’s 90’s dance music scene.
The Nike campaign video for it featuring players from Liverpool F.C. makes a dance music connection. Liverpool-based DJ, producer, promoter, label owner and Liverpool FC fan Yousef soundtracked it with his track ‘Wildside’, featuring Penny F.
“After being a life long @liverpoolfc fan it’s a true honour to be asked to represent the vibrant Liverpool music scene and to provide the music for the campaign to help release the new amazing LFC Away kit…,” Yousef said on Instagram.
The new away kit design updates the eternal flame emblem. It honors the victims of the 1989 Hillborough stadium tragedy. According to DJ Mag.com, in July 2021, Andrew Stanley Devine died. He became Hillsborough’s 97th victim. This increased the death toll from 96 to 97 and is now represented on the back of the jersey.
Tomorrowland 2022 Festival to Stream Live For 21 Days
Tomorrowland has unveiled plans to conduct 21-day streaming of the festival worldwide from July 15 until August 4. One World TV and One World Radio will stream live sets, interviews, and recaps via tomorrowland.com and the Tomorrowland app.
Tomorrowland was last held in 2019. The 16th edition of the festival will be one for the books! Tomorrowland has announced its massive lineup of over 700 artists earlier this year with big names like Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Lost Frequencies, and Paul Kalkbrenner set to take the stage along with hundreds of other artists.
Read more about it: HERE
Manila Killa’s Long-Awaited Debut Album to Feature Lights, EVAN GIIA, More: See the Full Tracklist
Manila Killa is gearing up for the release of his debut album. He has revealed its tracklist and features for his album titled ‘DUSK’, scheduled to drop on July 21. The musician has teamed up with Lights, EVAN GIIA, fknsyd, Panama, and more, for the long-awaited album.
‘Dusk’ will also feature Giolì & Assia. They will appear on the album’s tenth track, “Heart to the Night,” alongside another electronic music duo, Night Tales. “I’ve been living, breathing, and working on this body of work over the last two years,” Manila Killa said when he announced DUSK.
London’s Iconic Printworks Nightclub Will Shut Forever
The iconic London nightclub Printworks will be turned into offices and shops. Over 10,000 people signed a petition for it to be saved but the Southwark Council approved plans to partially bulldoze and refurbish the legendary warehouse venue.
Opened in 2017, world-famous DJs including Bicep and Pete Tong have played there. But Printworks will be modified into 45,000 sq meters of retail, office, and co-working space. According to My London, Up to 3,000 new jobs will be created through the project by developer British Land. Printworks, the 6,000-capacity nightclub, went on to become one of the UK’s best-known clubs. A Change.org petition calling for Printworks to be saved describes the closure of the club as “heartbreaking”.
Read more about it: HERE
SLANDER Unveils Release Date And Tour For Their Debut Album ‘Thrive’
The American DJ duo, consisting of Derek Andersen and Scott Land, also teased a future album tour in support. Not much is known about the album at the moment.
SLANDER’s performances have sold out shows, packed festivals all across the country and they are masters of collaboration having worked with SVDDEN DEATH, Jason Ross, and NGTHMRE.
Integral Records Strikes Again With a New EP
Tatora, whose last release came by the end of 2021 with the ‘Confessions’ EP, have returned to Integral Records for the ‘Cache_1’ EP. The opening track on the EP is titled ‘What You Gonna Do’, and ‘Eyes Closed’, track 3, is the only collaboration on ‘Cache_1’ featuring Kalao. The other songs on the five-track EP are ‘PRBLMZ’, ‘Ashes’, and the closing track titled ‘FWM’.