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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Marisa
Yotto
Green
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[Kölsch in for Pete]I’m extremely proud to be able to present an Essential New Tune, it is Yotto with Marisa. Yotto is an amazing producer from Finland. First of all I’ve got to mention that last week in Miami he drank all of my rider, we were playing the same show and he drank all my champagne, so Yotto you owe me some champagne!
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 34:20 mins here.

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Label: Green
Management: Adam Sellers & Dom Donnelly, Involved Management
Publishing: Jarrod Bird, Involved Publishing 
Radio: Adam Carter, Exclusive Promo
Online: Adam Carter, Exclusive Promo
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14 Apr 2017
  • The Chainsmokers have topped the Billboard charts for most weeks in the top 10 for a group/duo. (YourEDM)
  • London’s live music venues face closure in the wake of the business rates rise, mayor Sadiq Khan has warned. (Times) A report has found 21 venues at risk of imminent closure and a further 18 of the capital’s 94 music venues set to experience significant financial challenges. Almost one third of grassroots venues have seen their annual rates increase by £10,000 or more.
  • IMS College - Malta for aspiring producers and future electronic music industry leaders returns this July 7-9. (InternationalDJ)
  • Lutz Leichsenring of Berlin Clubcommision has launched a new non-profit worldwide project called Creative Footprint. (RA) The project measures and indexes urban space in cultural capitals, hoping to enable communities with the information and resources to realise their potential against adversity. (Mixmag)
  • StubHub is now showing you which one of your friends would want to go with you to a concert and will help you make your ticket selection on friends' interests. (Mashable) The app will now scan your Facebook friends and your Spotify music library, incorporating that data into what it suggests to you.
  • Leading sample and loop creator Loopmasters has announced a new way to organise all your samples via cloud-based storage, using a tool called Loopcloud. (Magnetic)
  • Tech Review: MODEL 1: How to PLAY differently. (DJTimes)
  • People now spend over one billion hours daily on YouTube. (DA)
  • Police shut down underground rave on London's Bakerloo tube carriage. (Guardian)
  • Deadmau5 to host a mau5trap warehouse takeover at Insomniac's Factory 93 in Los Angeles on April 29. (DA)
  • New event GEM Fest, set to take place July 14 - August 14 on Anaklia beach in Georgia, boasts nine different arenas and more than 3,000 performances. (Pulse)
  • Fatboy Slim and Pendulum headline the 25th Volt Festival, located on the Austrian-Hungarian border this June. (Mixmag)
  • Hors Série in Paris has revealed the line-up for its June 4 instalment, including a host of techno heavyweights. (Mixmag)
  • Roger Sanchez, MK and Honey Dijon confirmed for Defected Croatia this August. (Mixmag)
  • Shy FX, Ghostface Killah, Dizzee Rascal are playing Outlook 2017. (Mixmag)
  • Percolate announces open-air event at Three Mills Island in east London featuring the likes of DJ Koze, Sonja Moonear and Objekt. (RA)
  • Insomniac adds 15 shows with over 30 artists to EDC Week line-up in Las Vegas. (DA)
  • Wandsworth Council in London, which was looking to reduce noise levels, has dropped its legal challenge against South West Four festival. (RA)
  • Barcelona's Primavera Sound doubles down on electronic music acts with a new stage. (Mixmag)
  • Ultra Worldwide announces international expansion into China, Australia, India and Ibiza. (BillboardMixmag)
  • The House Of Lords: fighting for the UK's right to party? (Vice)
  • What are privilege and power doing to club culture? (Thump - Tom Glencross)
  • Has the UK’s festival scene reached saturation point? (FT)
  • After 10 years of sharing music, is SoundCloud now going mute? (YourStory)
  • Research analysis: Medical care at electronic dance music festivals. (EMS1)
  • When will electronic dance music make it into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame? (Forbes)
  • How a decade of IMS changed the dance music landscape. (Pulse)
  • Plans for a 2,000-capacity basement venue in London’s Tin Pan Alley district around Denmark Street have been recommended for approval by councillors. (Standard)
  • Do Not Sleep confirm residency at Sankeys Ibiza. (IbizaSpotlight)
  • Tale Of Us's Afterlife party heads to Privilege for 2017 Ibiza season. (RA)
  • 10 drum 'n' bass tunes you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • 16 house releases you need to hear this month. (Mixmag)
  • Harangue the DJ: Young Marco. (Guardian)
  • Jules O’Riordan (Judge Jules) now of Sheridans, talks music, the law and artists in 2017. (MusicAlly)
  • Ibiza, butt plugs and crying to Adele with Franky Rizardo. (Pulse)
  • How cruising, graveyards and swan songs inspired Arca's new album. (Guardian)
  • Studio Essentials: Leo Pol. (XLR8R)
  • Angus Finlayson meets Alex Solman, the man behind the distinctive drawings for the Golden Pudel and one of the best visual artists working in music today. (RA)
  • 2007-2017 might just be the greatest decade in dance music history. (Mixmag)
  • How I'm raving my way out of depression. (Thump)
  • The Chainsmokers are legit now, and also boring, says Rob Harvilla. (The Ringer)
  • A history of rave in dance music documentaries. (Mixmag)
  • An overview of Iran's electronic music scene. (BandCamp)
  • The untold story of San Francisco's Filipino mobile DJ crews. (Noisey)
  • The Chemical Brothers' Dig Your Own Hole is still a rollercoaster of block rockin' beats. (Fact)
  • Depeche Mode's Martin Gore: 'The alt-right liking us is baffling". (Guardian)
  • Meet DJ Sumirock, the 82-year-old granny ripping through Tokyo. (Billboard)
  • The megastars of EDM are untouchable, super-rich elites. We need an everyman. (Thump)
  • With his new show Close, Richie Hawtin will DJ without his decks at Coachella. (LATimes)
  • Interview with Jean-Michel Jarre: Electronic dance music pioneer. (DigitalJournal)
  • Sian gets back to his roots: "Remember why we got into this, or what's the point?". (Mixmag)
  • Motorik preps five-year anniversary compilation. (RA)
  • Critical Music announces 15 Years Of Underground Sonics compilation. (RA)
  • Rødhåd to play Hors Série party at Vélodrome National in Paris. (RA)
  • The Chainsmokers share track by track breakdown of Memories...Do Not Open. (Billboard)
  • Preditah mixes Fabriclive 92. (Crack)
  • Karen Gwyer reveals new album, Rembo. (RA)
  • Gorillaz animator Jamie Hewlett confirmed he's been working on a 10-episode TV series, as well as new artwork, tour merch, a clothing line and new visuals, along with "other things he never imagined when Gorillaz was born." (Pulse)
  • Madam X has announced her latest Kaizen party, taking place at Bussey Building in South London's Peckham on May 12. (Mixmag)
  • Shanti Celeste announces second Peach Discs EP from Fred. (Mixmag)
  • DJ Harvey announces global residencies at Ministry Of Sound, Concrete, Berghain, Output, De Marktkantine and Lux Fragil. (RA)
  • Leon Vynehall announces residencies in Paris, Tokyo, Oslo, Ibiza and Lyon. (RA)
  • Lee Foss' debut album Alchemy is the spring weekend soundtrack you need. (Billboard)
  • Metalheadz to release Burial remix of Goldie's Inner City Life. (RA)
  • Lee Walker mixes the next Live and Direct compilation. (DT)
  • Tiga and Audion announce collaborative EP, Nightclub. (RA)
  • Zedd has created his own line of headphones in partnership with Japanese tech company Double Zero. (DJMag)
  • Ricardo Villalobos and Chez Damier link up for EP on Perlon. (RA)
  • Goldie on Berghain: "Fucking hell, it ain't all that". (Mixmag)
  • Watch Paul Oakenfold perform on Mount Everest. (Pitchfork)
  • Arca (FT - 4* Ludovic Hunter-Tileny, Observer - Kitty Empire, Times - Mark Edwards)
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