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This is from a band that are taking their live show on tour across the UK throughout the month, they’ve had so much love for the release of their new album. This is actually a bonus track and not on the album, It's on the B Side of the Glue vinyl which was released earlier today and we love it. It's Metro and it’s on Ninja Tune, we’re talking about Bicep delivering this week’s Essential New Tune. 
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 32:15 mins here.
Label: Ninja Tune
Management: Simon Gold, This Is Music LTD
Radio: Martin Cook, Your Army
Online: James Heather, Ninja Tune
Live: John Humphrey, Higher Ground
10 Nov 2017
  • Patrick Moxey, the founder of dance and electronic label Ultra Music, is relaunching classic hip-hop label Payday Records. (Billboard)
  • French pressing plant delays wreak havoc with labels’ including R&S, трип and Hotflush schedules. (Mixmag)
  • London’s night czar, Amy Lamé, has urged councils and property firms to “give a break” to late-night venues by offering more help with rates and refrain from hiking up rents. (Standard)
  • Berlin's modular synth expo Superbooth expands in 2018. (RA)
  • Twisted Electrons is releasing a new hardware sequencer. (RA)
  • Cakewalk’s Momentum is an app for syncing song ideas across mobile and desktop. (Fact)
  • Dekmantel São Paulo moves to new venue Playcenter, a former theme park, in 2018. (RA)
  • Arcadia Spectacular – best known for its fire-breathing Spider at Glastonbury – has announced plans for a standalone Arcadia event during Glastonbury’s 2018 fallow year. (IQ)
  • Snowbombing confirms Idris Elba, Barely Legal, Rudimental, Eats Everything and Richy Ahmed for 2018 line-up. (Mixmag)
  • Virgo Festival returns to Great Fulford with Dan Shake and Tristan Da Cunha for the May Bank Holiday. (Mixmag)
  • The first Drumcode Festival is happening in Amsterdam next year. (RA)
  • Blind activist sues Ultra Music Festival for violating Americans with Disabilities Act. (Mixmag)
  • Elrow Town will return to London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park next summer on August 18 with a theme of Brazilian jungle carnival taking over the main stage. (Mixmag)
  • Hideout Festival will be returning to Croatia next June. (Mixmag) The first wave of artists, including Artwork, Peggy Gou, Eats Everything, Nadia Rose, Solardo and Skream have been announced.
  • SoundCloud has one last chance to monetise — here’s what it should do. (NextWeb)
  • The Warehouse Project books Hunee, The Black Madonna for NYD 2018. (RA)
  • Hamburg club Golem to close at the end of this month following the owner’s decision to sell the venue. (Mixmag)
  • Bristol venue Thekla is under threat from developers. (Mixmag)
  • Club Jugendhub raided by armed authorities in Kiev resulting in multiple arrests. (Mixmag)
  • Stitched up: fabric one year on. (Decoded)
  • Five steps with Marshall Jefferson. (DT)
  • What Anjunadeep means to its artists. (DA)
  • Harangue the DJ: Magda (Guardian)
  • Danny Howard steps up to BBC Radio 1's Friday night line-up this week (November 10). He tells us more about the new show, his move to tastemaker status and the state of dance music. (RotD)
  • Pete Tong's “grown-up rave with an orchestra" comes to the Hollywood Bowl. (LAWeekly)
  • Meet Austin Daboh, the man behind your favourite UK music playlists. (Complex)
  • The 50 most exciting DJs in the world right now. (Crack)
  • Examining the anatomy of classic dance anthems with Pete Tong. (DA)
  • Alfredo tells the story of how a chance game of rugby lead to one of the most pivotal residencies in the history of house music. (IbizaVoice)
  • Faced with being lost in a sea of demos, Lazare Hoche decided to take matters into his own hand and found himself at the controls of one of the hottest selling labels in vinyl house. (IbizaVoice)
  • Burial's Untrue: The making of a masterpiece. (RA)
  • The art of disruption: How CDJs are changing DJing. (RA)
  • Panama and Costa Rica are undergoing a clubbing revolution; Tireless local energy is driving a rise in electronic music's popularity across Central America. (Mixmag)
  • Get to know Francis Inferno Orchestra, the house maestro turned ambient explorer. (Mixmag)
  • In the studio with Anthony Parasole. (Attack)
  • Read an oral history of legendary Chicago club Medusa’s. (RA)
  • Richie Hawtin talks the synchronized sci-fi of his live CLOSE Experience: 'It feels like the audience is sitting on my shoulder’. (Billboard)
  • Kygo on how his new album was inspired by Red Hot Chili Peppers & Bon Iver. (Billboard)
  • Lo-fi house superstar DJ Seinfeld doesn’t care what you think of his name. (Fact)
  • Eric Prydz announces debut EP under new alias Tonja Holma. (DA)
  • Jauz launches Bite This label and announces new compilation Off The Deep End Vol. 1. (Billboard)
  • Skepta and Goldie are collaborating on a vinyl-only release. (Mixmag)
  • Ellen Allien has revealed a second remix package for her Nost LP. (Mixmag)
  • Paris Hilton plans to release a "deep house, techno-pop" album. (Mixmag)
  • Theo Parrish has repressed his first record Baby Steps. (Mixmag)
  • Denise Rabe launches label, Rabe, with The Fox And The Raven EP. (RA)
  • Marcel Dettmann is helming a new collaborative album on Ostgut Ton sub-label A-Ton. (Mixmag)
  • ​Terre Thaemlitz aka DJ Sprinkles announces new multimedia album Deproduction. (Mixmag)
  • LOUDPVCK's Ryan Marks announces split and plans to pursue 'other things creatively’. (Billboard)
  • Relief Records to release Eats Everything’s Loud. (DT)
  • Avicii: True Stories documentary is coming to Netflix. (DA)
  • Martin Garrix named one of GQ’s most inspirational men. (GQ)
  • Glasgow Underground have unveiled a new compilation to celebrate its twenty years. Curated by label owner Kevin McKay, ‘Underground Sound of Glasgow’ is filled with exclusive cuts from label affiliates and the finest Glaswegian newcomers. (Decoded)
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