London Modular talk to artists at Bloc, Richie Hawtin launches premium analogue mixer, and Pharrell and Flying Lotus discuss the state of hip-hop.

Moog Release Model 15 for iOS. Moog Music‘s new Model 15 app is an iOS version of their iconic 1970s instrument, designed to evoke the joyous experimentation and sonic bliss of its vintage hardware predecessor. Watch Suzanne Ciani create a short sonic sketch using the app above, and find out more here.

Modular Synthesists at Bloc ’16. London Modular uploads footage from Bloc Weekend 2016, interviewing DJs and artists Carl Craig, Surgeon, Blawan, Ansome, Defekt and former world snooker champion Steve Davis, on the best and worst things about modular synthesis, and what to do if everybody stops dancing. Watch above.

SoundCloud Go launched in UK. Following its launch in the US, SoundCloud expand our their new listener subscription service SoundCloud Go to the UK and Ireland. Subscribers experience an expanded catalogue of more than 125 million tracks, from the biggest artists to the unsigned, plus additional features like offline listening to enhance your listening experience. Find out more here.

Richie Hawtin’s Premium Analogue Mixer. “A mixer more akin to an instrument with intuitive controls, uncompromising quality and features that can unlock a new wave of creativity.” DJ Richie Hawtin and highly-regarded British product developer Andy Rigby-Jones have teamed up to create the PLAYdifferently MODEL 1 mixer for the DJ and electronic music market. Watch the promo video above and find out more here.

Pharrell and Flying Lotus Discuss the State of Hip-Hop. Master beat-maker Flying Lotus joins Pharrell Williams and Entourage music supervisor Scott Vener on Beats 1 radio show OTHERtone, to discuss the current state of music, how music has changed since they were young, and how music evolves as the world changes. Watch above.

6th May, 2016

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