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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Running
Anyma & Meg Myers
300 Entertainment/Afterlife
out now
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"This week's ENT belongs to ANYMA, which is the brainchild of Tale of Us's Matteo Milleri, and this track features on his new EP Running out now via 300 Entertainment and Afterlife. Now, this is a brand new version of the Kate Bush classic, which originally came out in 1985. It was Kate's first-ever 12-inch single and was her biggest hit she had in the 80s. It is right up there, and it's been covered a number of times over the years, Placebo did it in 2003, and Meg Myers did it a few years ago. Matteo has got hold of that vocal and reimagined it into his own record and teamed up with Meg to release it. We love it." 
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 30.00 here
Contact
Label Contact: Chelsea Dankner, 300 Entertainment / Philip Soeffker, Afterlife
Management:  & Elia Bertolaso, Encode Talent
Publishing: Copyright Control
Radio: James Jackson, Listen Up!
Club: James Marsh, Listen Up!
Online: Fred Parry, Listen Up!
Live / Agent: Aurelia Ortiz,  Encode Talent
14 Dec 2021
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  • The Museum of Modern Electronic Music (MOMEM) in Frankfurt will officially open its doors to the public on 6 April 2022. (EDMTunes
  • Lateral flow AI recognition system Lateral Go speeds up entry to venues by removing the need to double queue or deliver additional checks at the entrance. (FestivalInsights
  • UK fans fail to show up for gigs. "You’re getting as much as 40% no-shows for some gigs now. It’s an enormous problem, and it’s happening for anything that’s ticketed”. (Guardian) "You are still getting money coming in from the tickets, but money is being lost on bar spend and security costs”. 
  • NHS COVID passes will be required for entry into nightclubs in England under newly announced “Plan B” measures in response to rising coronavirus cases. (DJMag)
  • Winners of BBC Radio 1 Dance Awards 2021 have been announced: Yousef, Circus Liverpool (Dance Impact); Bicep - Isles (Dance or Electronic Album of the Year); Ewan McVicar - Tell Me Something Good (Dance Track of the Year); TSHA (Breakthrough Artist of the Year); LOWES (Dance Vocalist of the Year) and Elkka (Essential Mix of the Year). (RotD)
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  • This weeks new Loopcloud releases (Loopcloud)
  • Label of the Month - Ultra Music (Beatportal)
  • Djay Cas and Loopcloud has teamed up for brand-new series of global Hip Hop and Grime sample packs called United Beats. (Loopcloud)
  • Rewatch Beatport and Microsoft Surface’s Originals² remote b2b featuring Jamie Jones (Miami) and Loco Dice (Berlin). (Beatportal)
  • Tiësto and Beatport have partnered to launch The Next Beat by Tiësto, a controller geared towards budding DJs. (Beatportal)
  • A review of the year on TikTok, including 'The Playlist'. (TikTok
  • The team behind HE.SHE.THEY. have launched a new social networking app and podcast. (DJMag
  • Richie Hawtin, deadmau5 join MODA DAO for releasing and licensing music, streaming NFTs. (RA
  • The organizers of 2021's ill-fated Elements Festival in Pennsylvania are facing a class-action lawsuit. (EDM
  • Primavera Sound has announced the line-up for its inaugural Los Angeles festival, which will be taking place next September. Bicep, James Blake, PinkPantheress and Eris Drew b2b Octo Octo are set to perform. (Mixmag
  • Michigan's Electric Forest reveals line-up for its first festival since 2019. Disclosure, Griz, Porter Robinson and Louis the Child are among the performers. (Billboard
  • London festival Maiden Voyage reveals first names for 2022. (RA
  • Ultra Music Festival (UMF) has unveiled the line-up for Resistance next year. UMF's underground brand will feature a host of house and techno DJs including Adam Beyer, ANNA, Carl Cox, Amelie Lens, Nina Kraviz, Sasha b2b John Digweed, and more. (DJMag
  • MDLBeast Festival is 'Culture-Washing' Saudi Arabia's authoritarian regime. (RA
  • Music market shares: independent labels and artists are even bigger than you thought. (Midia
  • Native Instruments launches subscription service Komplete Now. It will feature synths, drum machines, effects and more. (Magnetic
  • Tbilisi nightclub KHIDI has been closed by the Georgian authorities, according to a statement shared by the venue. (DJMag
  • The Cityfox Odyssey in Brooklyn returns for its fourth year this New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. (DA
  • Corsica Studios in London is launching a new weekly party. (DJMag
  • A new electronic music venue named Terminal 4 is opening on the harbour of Balmain, Sydney. (Mixmag
  • Zouk Group has announced deadmau5's iconic "cube" show has found a new home at their brand new nightclub, Zouk Nightclub. (EDM
  • EX.588 TYGAPAW (RA
  • RA.810 MikeQ (RA
  • Kasra Live From DJ Mag HQ (DJMag
  • KETTAMA in The Lab LDN (Mixmag
  • 10 essential jungle drum & bass documentaries to watch online now (DJMag
  • Selections: JASSS (DJMag
  • Best mixes of the year so far: November (Mixmag
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022: Rossy (DA
  • Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022: Fred again.. (DA
  • The Sound Of: Infinite Machine (DJMag
  • Back To Basics: the anarchic party that transformed Leeds into a clubbing destination. (DJMag
  • How Orbital’s exploratory debut album re-wrote the rule book for rave. (DJMag
  • The bittersweet return of the rave. (Face
  • The music industry’s fight for climate change. (MusicAlly - Simon O’Kelly, CEO of UMA Entertainment) 
  • Milana Lewis, Co-Founder and CEO of Stem Disintermedia, talks about the current state of music distribution and financial tools for artists. (Chartmetric
  • Like it or not, TikTok is changing the music industry. (TNW
  • In conversation: Anja Schneider (Magnetic
  • Jessy Lanza's golden age (DJMag
  • Feeling out of place: Qrion on making her way in the States (Attack
  • Daedelus: "LFO everything, that's the motto of this record. I’m trying to make everything move and breathe" (Musicradar
  • "New York makes you better": Escaflowne is Brooklyn's next genre-hopping dance music star. (Mixmag
  • 20 questions with house icon Crystal Waters: Why everyone still wants ‘100 Percent Pure Love’ (Billboard
  • Tim Sweeney: "It hurt when I heard WNYU didn't value me being on the station" (Mixmag
  • Bonobo: the spaces between (DJMag
  • To his fans he was Avicii. To his parents he was shy Tim. In 2018 he took his own life. His father, Klas Bergling, opens up about the career that overwhelmed his son. (SundayTimes
  • Ultra Naté: "I remember Paradise Garage closing – it was like the end of the world" (Mixmag
  • The beautifully unpredictable duality of James Blake. (EDM
  • Inside Richie Hawtin's raucous techno rave at the Tate Modern. (Mixmag
  • Kaskade has teased a new album in 2022. (EDM
  • Marcel Dettmann and Gudrun Gut feature on The Matrix Resurrections soundtrack. (Mixmag
  • Alison Wonderland has confirmed she will release a new album in 2022. (EDM
  • Galantis has teamed up with Dutch hitmakers Lucas & Steve and Albanian vocalist ILIRA for the new single, “Alien.” (DA
  • SOPHIE's debut EP 'Nothing More To Say', is getting a repress and will be available in early 2022. (Mixmag
  • Black Coffee is teaming up with Moroccan filmmaker Hicham Hajji for an upcoming film set in the world of EDM. (EDM
  • Maceo Plex injured a woman after throwing a drinks cup into the crowd while playing at Warung Beach Club in Brazil last Friday, 3 December. (Mixmag)  
  • CharlestheFirst, a fast-rising DJ and electronic music producer, has tragically died at the age of 25. (EDM
  • Steve Bronski, co-founder and keyboard player in 1980s pop group Bronski Beat, has died at the age of 61. (BBC
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