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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Close To You (Icarus Edit)
Arle
SubSoul
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We're loving the beautiful vocal on this new SubSoul track. It’s something we played last week and Danny Howard's been playing it too. We think the artist, Arle, is from Australia but the remix comes from Icarus. With a big bass line, this is Close To You, this week’s Essential New Tune.
This week’s Essential New Tune is featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 33:05 mins here.
Contact
Label: Rich Parkinson, SubSoul
Management: Ali Fletcher, Insanity Group (Icarus), Rich Parkinson, SubSoul (Arle)
Publishing: Rich Parkinson, SubSoul Music
Radio: James Jackson, Listen Up 
Online: Marie Dapoigny, AEI
Live: Steve Hogan, WME (Icarus)
27 Jan 2017
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  • AVA Festival announces 2017 line-up with Jeff Mills, Ben UFO. (Fact)
  • Sven Väth, Ben Klock, Ricardo Villalobos play Awakenings Festival 2017. (RA)
  • Tomorrowland adds Maceo Plex, Sven Väth, Martin Garrix, and more to line-up. (DA)
  • Dekmantel Festival has dropped its full line-up for this year, adding an extra day to the schedule. (Mixmag)
  • Lightning in a Bottle announces 2017 line-up including Richie Hawtin, Bassnectar, Bonobo, Rüfüs Du Sol and Kaytranada. (Billboard)
  • Ultra Music Festival Brasil, held in the city of Rio de Janeiro, has expanded to three days, taking place 12-14 October 2017. (DJMag)
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  • Max Pearl talks shop with the highly respected New York engineer and producer, Phil Moffa. (RA)
  • Rødhåd introduces his line-up for Fabric night Curates this March. (Fabric Blog)
  • Online mastering service LANDR speaks to Canadian artists Gene Tellem and Project Pablo on how DJing informs their time in the studio. (Landr)
  • Sunny house grooves, disco riffs and hip hop twists delivered with a grin are the staples of Brisbane’s freshest export, Young Franco. A talented musician with a lot more savvy than his playful attitude lets on, here he tells his own story of musical development. (Pulse)
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  • Paul Oakenfold unveils Generations, his look back at 30 years of dance music. (LAWeekly)
  • Powered Up: Inside EDM agent Jake Schneider's tech-savvy mind. (Forbes)
  • Madam X's dark, bass-loaded UK rhythms are making an impact. (Mixmag)
  • Young Fathers have made one of their contributions to the T2 Trainspotting soundtrack, Only God Knows, available to stream. (Mixmag)
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  • French producer Joakim announces new album Samurai, hear first single Numb. (Fact)
  • Thundercat will release his third full-length studio album Drunk on February 24, 2017 via Brainfeeder. (Xlr8r)
  • Dixon will be releasing two remixes on his Innervisions vinyl-only sub-label, Philomena. (Mixmag)
  • Solar and C.L.A.W.S. launch Squirrels On Film label. (RA)
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  • Dave Clarke has stated that he won't be traveling to the US to perform so long as Donald Trump remains President. (Mixmag)
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  • Porter Robinson has confirmed his recent tweets denouncing the majority of his past material are serious. (DJMag)
  • Benny Benassi’s management has announced that he has sustained “a serious injury due to a skiing accident,” and has cancelled all of his forthcoming shows. (YourEDM)
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  • Sigma have announced they will play live at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 27 May. (DJMag)
  • DJ Snake has announced he'll hold a residency at XS Las Vegas during 2017. (DJMag)
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  • Major Lazer’s historic Cuba concert has been turned into a documentary. (Fact, Verge)
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