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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Swagon
Detlef
Repopulate Mars
out now
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[Last of 2016] This is actually a track I was playing all the way back at BPM at the beginning of 2016 in Mexico. For various reasons (namely featuring a rather large sample) they haven't been able to release this until now. It comes from the Greek producer Detlef, it's the title track of his new EP which is going to come out at the end of this month (January 2017). If you saw me play in 2016, you might recognise it. It's coming on Lee Foss’s new label, Repopulate Mars, it is Swagon featuring Ossey James.This Essential New Tune was featured on the Dec 16 show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 31:40 mins here.
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Label: Repopulate Mars
Radio: Will, Dispersion PR
Bookings: (North/South America) Matt Kingsley, CAA + (Rest of World) Luke Passmore, NGE Booking
Manager: Attilio Pugliese, FM Artists
06 Jan 2017
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