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Tearing Me Up
Bob Moses
Domino Records
This week's Essential New Tune was taken from Canadian duo Bob Moses, and their debut album Days Gone By, on Domino Records. The track is called "Tearing Me Up." I could have picked many tracks from the album, the whole thing is absolutely brilliant, but we picked this track as the Essential New Tune. I think they're going to be one of the real breakthrough bands for 2016. Spread the word.
This week’s Essential New Tune is featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 32:00 mins
Label: Bart McDonagh, Domino Records
: Toby Andrews, Domino Records
Domino Publishing
RadioGregory Wells, Domino Records
: Karen Williams, Big Sister
OnlineAdam Royal, Toast Press
Annabel Crowhust, Toast Press
Live: Goli Ghavmi, Geist Agency
02 Oct 2015
  • SFX Entertainment is considering selling off some assets at fire sale prices. Assets being considered for include online music store Beatport, ticketing company Flavorus and a number of international festival producers. (BillboardFact)

  • Homeland actress and big-time movie star Claire Danes went on US TV show Ellen to talk about her love for Berlin's most infamous clubbing spot, Berghain. (Mixmag)
  • Syrian artist Omar Souleyman has announced a new run of shows, looking to raise funds for refugees fleeing his home country. (Mixmag)
  • Steve Albini vented his hatred of club culture in an email response to XL Recordings artist Powell, who had enquired about using a sample from one of Albini’s tracks. Powell’s response? Put the entire email on a prominent billboard in East London. (Thump)
  • Protests took place outside of London nightclub DSTRKT after punters were reportedly turned away for being “overweight” and “too dark”. (Thump)
  • Australia's Listen Out has promised to be "a lot louder" next year after the volume at the festival's Melbourne leg was criticised heavily on the weekend. (Mixmag)
  • A new exhibition about the rise of techno in Berlin is set to open in east London next month. (Fact)
  • Zedd has voiced his thoughts on age restrictions at EDM events. (Your EDM)
  • TommorowWorld’s well-documented failures have taken their toll on SFX Entertainment’s already plummeting share prices. (Billboard)
  • New videos have surfaced of the deplorable situation fans were left in following TommorowWorld’s cancellation. (Your EDM)
  • Marijus Adomaitis (aka Ten Walls) has come out with a new public apology for his homophobic rant earlier in the year, delivered exclusively to DJ Mag via email. (XLR8R)
  • The first edition of electronic music industry conference Take Note has been announced to take place on November 21, 2015 in East London. (Mixmag)
  • IMS China closes memorable inaugural event. Paul Oakenfold, Eric Zho, Greg Consiglio of Beatport and more share invaluable insight for the future of China's electronic music scene. (IMS)
  • Seven old school production software interfaces that have stood the test of time. (Thump)
  • Aldi have officially launched their own streaming service Aldi Life Musik, powered by Napster, and it’s cheaper than Spotify and Tidal. (Fact)
  • Aurous, the music equivalent of Popcorn Time, is just two weeks away from alpha release. (TorrentFreakMusicAlly) They claim they will be “creating a content-id system and DMCA portal so we can ensure Aurous does not infringe on anyone’s copyrights."
  • This cutting edge stereo system lets you experience sound in four dimensions, and you can try it for yourself this weekend at The Hague. (Thump)
  • Native Instruments have released the full version of their Stems Creator app. (XLR8R)
  • Music makers worldwide have been warned not to upgrade to the new OS X El Capitan due to compatibility issues with Native Instruments software. (Fact)
  • Ben Klock has announced a 3-date US tour with stops in New York, Chicago and San Diego starting on October 9. (XLR8R)
  • Dance trio Above & Beyond have announced an acoustic tour for 2016. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • After three days of grey skies and near-continuous rainfall, the promoters behind TomorrowWorld’s third year at Chattahoochee Hills have been forced to shut down the event. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Diplo has revealed plans for a tour of India in 2016. (Your EDM)
  • W Hotels have unveiled their much-anticipated Amsterdam location and full live schedule ahead of ADE. (Deep House Amsterdam)
  • The 10 best-selling tracks on Beatport this month. (Mixmag)
  • Australia’s recently introduced "lockout" laws are putting Sydney's club scene under serious threat. (Resident Advisor)
  • Are the DJ Awards becoming dangerously predictable? (Thump)
  • Kaskade’s 30-minute interview with Larry King is now available to stream in full. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Detroit artist DJ Bone discusses the ‘watering down’ of DJing in an interview with Juno Plus. (Resident Advisor)
  • Harangue the DJ: Kiwi. (Guardian)
  • Toronto producer Basic Soul Unit talks through his eclectic influences. (Resident Advisor)
  • Diplo tells all on Justin Bieber, the rise of Diplo, and more. (Your EDM)
  • Ghostly are set to release a new remix EP of Heathered Pearls latest album Body Complex, with re-works from Lord RAJA and Physical Therapy. (XLR8R)
  • Hardwell has broken the record for most names on a guestlist with his 125,000 strong list for a charity show in Mumbai this December. (Mixmag)
  • Hot Haus producer DJ Haus has revealed the tracklisting for debut album Burnin’ Up, to be released via Rinse. (Thump)
  • Godfather of house Frankie Knuckles has put approximately 5,000 of his vinyls on display at the Stony Island Arts Bank in his home city of Chicago. (Mixmag)
  • Rob Clouth has announced the release of a special edition EP titled Hidden Structures on Leisure System, available now via Bandcamp. (XLR8R)
  • Floating Points has shared another track from his debut album Elaenia, out November 6, as well as announcing an orchestral show in London on November 17. (Mixmag)
  • Rumour has is that Kendrick Lamar will be joining Disclosure and Sam Smith for a new version of Omen. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Arca has shared the first taste of upcoming album Mutant with new single Soichiro. (Fact)
  • 50 Weapons has outlined the last of its releases to drop before the label closes. (Mixmag)
  • Avicii has previewed the impending release of eagerly anticipated second album Stories with the unveiling of new track Ten More Days. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac started the weekend by unveiling the tracklist for her new compilation album. (Mixmag)
  • 2ManyDJs have revived their space rock side project Die Verboten and will release previously shelved material on a new album titled 2007. (Fact)
  • Disclosure - Troxy, London (Guardian - 3* Tim Jonze)
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