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Dogma 1
Kölsch & Michael Mayer
IPSO
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I had this guy on the phone last week to talk about the launch of his new label IPSO. We also premiered the other side of this track, called Dogma 2. It's been done with Michael Mayer, the founder of Kompakt Records and they made the entire tune using just one instrument, an old Yamaha synthesizer. The series will continue in the same vein with more guests, each picking just one instrument. The man played one of the first Ibiza parties of the summer last Sunday at Sankey's opening party. We're talking about Kölsch, and Michael Mayer with Dogma 1 is deservedly this week's ENT. 
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 here.
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Label: IPSO
ManagementHenrik Lücke Olsen, L-MGT
Publishing: Copyright Control
RadioJames Jackson, Listen Up
Club:  James Jackson, Listen Up
OnlineHenrik Lücke Olsen L-MGT
LiveHenrik Lücke Olsen L-MGT
06 May 2016
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  • Uber has announced that Ibiza is its next target. (DancingAstronaut)
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  • Two U.S. Government representatives are proposing a new bill, the Allocation for Music Producer Act, which hopes to honour engineers, producers, and mixers in royalty distribution. (YourEDM)
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  • Watch the talks from IMS Engage. (IMS) Including Pete Tong with Bob Lefsetz and James Barton with Lee Anderson.
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  • Crowdmix’s social music app launches for Android and iOS. (MusicAlly)
  • The YouTube Music Awards 2015ShazamSpotify Found Them First and The Weeknd In The Night were among the Webby Award winners.
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  • Bristol’s Simple Things Festival has announced details of its closing concert for 2016, which sees John Carpenter bring his live band to the city’s Colston Hall. (Fact)
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  • Eventbrite publish a report on “all the event industry statistics you need to know”.
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  • Q+A: Louie Vega. (Mixmag)
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  • Katy B talks about her new album, Netflix and nightlife. (Guardian - Harriet Gibsone)
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  • Setting the scene: how Flume burst out of Australia to conquer the world. (Mixmag)
  • An interview with Compton house producer, AshTreJinkins. (PassionWeiss)
  • Who are the women pioneers of dance music? (HuffPo - Carl Loben, DJ Mag)
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  • Eyes Of Mine is the new club-focused track series from George FitzGerald. (Mixmag)
  • DJ Shadow has unveiled the first music video for his forthcoming new album, The Mountain Will Fall. (DancingAstronaut)
  • Having retired from music, Detroit’s Terrence Dixon has returned with a new digital eight-tracker, following on from several EPs under his Population One alias. (XLR8R)
  • Diynamic artist Stimming has released new album Alpe Lusia ahead of a worldwide tour of his new live show. (DeepHouseAmsterdam)
  • Dillon Francis and NGHTMRE have revealed details of a new collaboration, Need You. (YourEDM)
  • Flume has unveiled details of a world tour beginning May 6. (DancingAstronaut)
  • Kaytranada (Times – Dan Cairns)
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