10% discount on Attack’s new art print. Ableton acquire Cycling 74. Why women should start their own record labels.

Art Attack! We’ve linked with esteemed illustrator Kyle Platts for a new poster that pays tribute to being lost in sound in your studio happy place. We’re delighted with the results and we’re offering an introductory 10% discount. Check it here.

Label of love. Little Boots argues in the Guardian that major labels are no good for women and says setting up on your own is the way forward. Read it here.

Bright future. Software giants Ableton have acquired Cycling 74 – the company that makes Max for Live – and promise it will make for a bright future of innovation in their field. Get the lowdown here.

The Motor City is turning. Detroit mayoral candidate Ingrid LaFleur wants her hometown to embrace techno and AfroFuturism to combat inequality. You can read how and why in this piece on Thump.

Update. Native Instruments has released a major Reaktor Blocks update which adds a new family of modules and synthesiser patches. More info here.

All aboard. ROLI have launched their Seaboard Block, a new and versatile touch-responsive keyboard interface that offers next-gen music technology. Priced at $299, you can find out more in the video above.

9th June, 2017

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