Junction 2 has announced a swathe of all-star b2b performances for its third edition, with the don Carl Cox going toe-to-toe with Drum Code’s Adam Beyer.
Both Cox and Beyer will also perform separately at the festival too which will be taking place at London’s Boston Manor Park on 9th June.
Ahead of the festival, Adam Beyer said: "It's a dream come true. Playing back-to-back with one of my absolute heroes will be one of the highlights of my life personally as well as professionally".
The festival has also secured an exclusive 6-hour set from Innervisions’ Dixon & Âme and have announced a cutting-edge b2b between Sonja Moonear and Nicolas Lutz.
As previously announced, Junction 2 has secured sets from Nina Kraviz, Tale Of Us, Joy Orbison, Len Faki, Mind Against, Scuba, Dense & Pika, Jay Clarke, Marcus Worgull, Trikk and Willian Djoko.
Ahead of Junction 2's return to Boston Manor Park next June, the festival will host two cross-country launch parties on Saturday 10th February 2018, taking place at Tobacco Dock in London and at Motion in Bristol.
Carl Cox recently helmed 2018's first BBC Essential Mix where the don astutley combined tracks from the likes of Eats Everything, Riva Starr and Booka Shade alongside cuts from a host of newcomers including Tom Cole, Fabio Neural and Chris Coe.
For tickets and more information no Junction 2, head here.
ULTRA MIAMI LOCKS ARMIN VAN BUUREN, ERIC PRYDZ, CARL COX, TIESTO, MORE FOR 2018 FESTIVAL
Ultra Music Festival 2018 will be the Miami based event's 20th birthday, after having consistently been one of the biggest independent dance music festivals since it's inception in 1999.
Returning to Bayfront Park, Downtown Miami at the end of Miami Music Week on March 23rd, 24th & 25th, next year will feature the expected DJ heavyweight names such as Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Eric Prydz and Tiësto headlining its main stage.
The Resistance Stage will not only see huge DJ's like Jamie Jones, Maceo Plex and Joseph Capriati playing, but also a special four way performance Jackmaster, Eats Everything, Skream and Seth Troxler, under their ‘J.E.S.u.S’ moniker.
There won't only be dance music available though, as Ultra's Live stage will also host acts as varied as Azealia Banks, The Crystal Method, Empire Of The Sun and Infected Mushroom.
Tickets and all other information is available from the Ultra website which can be found here.
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MOBY ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM, SHARES ALBUM'S FIRST SINGLE
The album will be out 2nd March 2018...
Moby has announced that his 15th studio album, dubbed 'Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt', will be released on 2nd March 2018.
Alongside the album announcement, the enigmatic Moby has shared the first single to be taken from the album.
Featuring LA-based soulstress Raquel Rodriguez, 'Like a Motherless Child' is a re-work of the well-known song with its origins in the slavery of the American South.
Over the years, the song has been reinterpreted by the likes of Odetta, Lena Horne, Mahalia Jackson, Laura Mvula and Van Morrison.
The track describes the void left when one feels separated from a parent, higher power or similar guiding force.
The album is described as a "glowing tapestry exploring spirituality, individuality and the brokenness of humanity and finds him returning to his orchestral, soul, trip-hop and gospel roots".
Moby has curated a playlist of artists that influenced the recording of 'Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt'.
This playlist, which you can access on both Spotify and YouTube, will be the first place fans can hear new music from Moby. You can listen to the playlist here.
The album will be released on 2nd March 2018 via his own imprint Little Idiot.
Check out the video for 'Like A Motherless Child' below.