Artists and producers of Indian heritage have come together on a new compilation, raising funds for various charities providing COVID-19 relief throughout the country.
London collective Daytimers are organising their first live event in support of the ongoing COVID-19 relief effort in India.
India's Boxout FM online radio station will this weekend host a 48-hour fundraiser for the ongoing COVID-19 relief effort in India.
A lineup of artists from across the world will contribute mixes to the fundraiser, and all proceeds will be donated to GiveIndia, a not-for-profit organisation working to help COVID-19 patients, their families, and healthcare workers in the country right now.
Among the DJs and artists contributing exclusive sets to the station are Jacques Greene, Leon Vynehall, Bok Bok, Jubilee, Kindness, Coldcut, Daedelus, Nina Las Vegas, Truncate and Violet.
Indian techno label AsymetriK has released a digital compilation through Bandcamp to raise funds for the COVID-19 relief effort in India.
The country is currently experiencing a catastrophic second wave of the virus, leading to a severe shortage of oxygen tanks, ventilators and beds. As of last week, there were over 17 million cases in the country and over 300,000 reported in a single day.
The compilation, titled 'S O S', includes 14 tracks from artists affiliated with AsymetriK, including label founder Arjun Vagale, as well as from the wider Indian electronic music scene.
Ultra Worldwide will kick into action in February with a return to India as well as a debut event in Abu Dhabi amongst its international tour plans.
The event in Abu Dhabi, set to take place on March 5th and 6th, 2020, will mark Ultra's debut in the Middle East. Details regarding tickets and the lineup for the two-day festival will be released in the coming months, but you can keep an eye here for updates.
The first names for this year’s Magnetic Fields Festival have been announced.
This year marks the seventh edition of the festival, which will take place in the Alsisar Mahar palace of Rajasthan from December 13th through the 15th.