German DJ/producer Paul van Dyk is putting the finishing touches on his new studio album, "In Between," due Aug. 14 from Mute. Sources say the album may feature collaborations with Talking Heads' Davi

German DJ/producer Paul van Dyk is putting the finishing touches on his new studio album, "In Between," due Aug. 14 from Mute. Sources say the album may feature collaborations with Talking Heads' David Byrne and a member of the Pussycat Dolls on at least one track.

Van Dyk's last artist album, 2003's "Reflections," debuted at No. 3 on Billboard's Top Electronic Albums chart. It spawned the club hits "Crush" and "Time of Our Lives." Van Dyk will be on tour throughout the summer, including an Aug. 17-18 stand in New York's Central Park.

Meanwhile, Billboard has learned that British duo Basement Jaxx recently spent a couple of weeks in New York, laying down tracks for a new album. Tracks laid down so far recall the pair's early Latin-flavored jams, and will feature guest appearances from Yoko Ono, Lil' Louis and Kudu, among others.

The as-yet-untitled new XL project is the follow-up to last year's "Crazy Itch Radio," which opened at No. 4 on Top Electronic Albums. Basement Jaxx has a handful of shows on tap for the summer, primarily at major European festivals.