All the news you missed from the world of dance music this weekend
Deadmau5 Doesn't Like His New Album
Well, this is awkward. Deadmau5's eight studio album hasn't even been released yet, but it's already receiving criticism... from it's creator. Deadmau5 is no stranger to calling people out on Twitter, and over the weekend he took to the social network to denounce his own album. The album, titled W:/2016ALBUM/ is due for release on 2nd December, but Mau5 is apparently unhappy with the finished product and has called it 'rushed'. When questioned as to why he is releasing it, if he's unhappy, Mau5 replied "COZ I GOT MAD FUCKIN BILLS". So there you go.
Justice Released Their Third Studio Album
After months of waiting, French dons, Justice finally released their third studio effort, Woman, on Friday. The album has received widely positive reviews and is available to listen to on all stream platforms, plus on CD and vinyl.
Craig David, Dizzee Rascal and More Given Simpsons Makeovers
After successfully predicting the Donald Trump Presidency, The Simpsons have been enjoying a degree of spotlight, not afforded to them since the 90s. The longest running animated show in history, has now been mashed up with several UK grime and hip hop album covers, including Craig David's Born To Do It, Dizzee Rascals' Boy In Da Corner, Kano's Home Sweet Home and Stormzy's Dreamers Disease.
Carl Cox Documentary To Air On Channel 4
A documentary following Carl Cox throughout his final season at Space Ibiza. The 45 minute film is a collaboration between Resident Advisor and Channel and will be shown at 12:05AM on 30th November on Channel 4. According to RA, the doc will "offer a behind-the-scenes perspective on a pivotal moment in clubbing history, and a window into Cox's life, inside and outside the DJ booth."
21 Nov 2016