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      By OzClubbers
      Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist could soon account for user preference.
      Discover Weekly relies on an algorithm to compile a list of songs that would likely appeal to the listener, given the Spotify user’s listening history. The playlist refreshes each Monday, routinely offering new recommendations for streamers.
      The playlist’s weekly renewal is favorable for the Spotify users that find their Discover Weekly collection to be irreflective of their tastes, but if Spotify moves ahead with its latest trial feature, listeners will be able to have more input in the formation of their Discover Weekly playlist. Spotify is accordingly testing a like/dislike feature to be used in conjunction with Discover Weekly. The like/dislike function is comparable to that of Spotify’s Daily Mix, which allows users to up-vote or down-vote a track, effectively reshaping the algorithm used to create the mix via vote. To like a song, Spotify users need only to click the heart button representative of “like.” To dislike a track, users can click the blocked sign button, indicating that one does not like the tune.
      The like/dislike button for the Discover Weekly playlist currently appears to be randomly distributed among Spotify accounts, as some patrons of the streaming service have reported that they do not in fact have the ability to like or dislike songs from the weekly compilation. Spotify has not announced when the feature will become uniformly applied across Spotify accounts.
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      By OzClubbers
      Above & Beyond‘s deep house imprint will make its foray into festival season this August.
      Dubbed “Anjunadeep Open Air: London,” Anjunadeep’s inaugural festival will take place on Three Mills Island in East London on August 12. The one-day event will feature a variety of artists aligned with the label’s self professed “deep” aesthetic.
      Those interested in attending Anjunadeep Open Air: London can register for Super Earlybird tickets for £20 here. Tickets will become available to the public for general sale on December 4.
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      After an enthralling reveal that Sónar Festival would be sending music into space in an attempt to contact aliens for its 25th anniversary, the festival has come down to Earth and announced the first round of names for 2018.
      The Barcelona festival will take place from June 14–16, and so far is lead by live performances from Diplo, Richie Hawtin with CLOSE, the Grammy-nominated Bonobo, Bicep, Hyperdub boss Kode9, LCD Soundsystem, and Damon Albarn‘s Gorillaz.
      Presently, slated DJs also include Laurent Garnier, Ninjatune’s Helena Hauff, the venerable Black Coffee, Tony Humphries, and the Studio Barnhus crew.
      Sónar kicks off with several editions this year including its Bogotá installment on December 2, its Reykjavik leg on March 16 and 17, its second edition in Hong Kong on March 17, and an Istanbul jaunt on April 6 and 7.
      Sónar Pass is priced at $195 until December 11, and the four-day Delegate Pass is priced at $284.
      Tickets can be purchased here.
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      By OzClubbers
      Since its inception in 2010, elrow has blossomed into perhaps the world’s most recognizable and popular global party brand. The Barcelona-based entertainment entity has evolved from its humble origins as a weekly party in the city into a worldwide phenomenon that will put on 132 events across the globe reaching an audience of nearly 2 million.
      On Saturday, November 25 elrow will bring its bewitching spectacle to Brooklyn’s Avant Gardner. Recently, elrow made its first stateside appearance when the infamous Catalan club night took over the entire Sunday School stage at Electric Zoo this past summer.
      elrow’s success stems from the richness of its pedigree. Since the 19th century, the founding family of the now globally-renowned club night has plied their trade in the entertainment industry. The decades of hard work and creativity from this long line of revelry merchants have culminated in an entertainment empire spearheaded by elrow’s Juan Arnau Lasierra and Cruz Arnau Lasierra. This brother/sister duo has secured a bright and ambitious future for their burgeoning brand, with the company employing over 80 full-time workers and planting their flag in new continents in 2017.
      elrow is leading the charge in an all-the-rage style of entertainment that focuses on immersive flamboyance, massive stage and decoration production as well as an intimate connection with the party-goers. Headlining this immense experience will be Art Department, Patrick Topping, Steve Lawler, Marc Maya B2B Bastian Bux. This new wave of experiential clubbing is currently sweeping the globe and New York is set to be consumed in the confetti tidal wave.

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      Barcelona’s Sónar Festival is celebrating its 25th anniversary next year in extraterrestrial fashion by attempting to contact intelligent life with a musical transmission. “Sónar Calling GJ273b,” as it has been dubbed, marks the first communication ever to be sent to a nearby potentially habitable exoplanet.
      33 10-second pieces of music have been specially curated for Sónar’s transmission aimed at Luyten’s Star b —12.4 light-years from Earth —  chosen for its potential of the Earth receiving a transmission back in 25 years. Contributing artists include the likes of Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Modeselektor, Jean-Michel Jarre, the Black Madonna, and more.
      The first transmission to Luyten Star b was sent back in October, and a second transmission is currently slated for April 2018. Sónar is even going so far as to invite its audience to take part in its endeavor, opening itself up to submissions of original compositions. Three submissions will be included in the upcoming April transmission. Those who are interested can learn more about it on their website.

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