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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Dre
Solomun
Diynamic
14 Jul 2018
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This is the 100th release on Diynamic Records, this guy's own label. The track is the first new music from the main man for some time and you are hearing it for the first time anywhere in the world right here. This is the lead track from the new EP from Solomun. It's called Dre and it is 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 here.
Contact
Label: Pete Oldak, Diynamic Music
Management: Solomun 
Radio: Alex Jukes, Jukebox PR
Online: Alex Jukes, Jukebox PR
22 Jun 2018
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