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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Take A Chance (Kölsch Remix) (feat. Little Dragon)
Flume
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If you’ve been listening to this show over the past month or so, you’ll be very familiar with this. We’ve talked about it becoming an Essential New Tune and now we’re officially endorsing it. As remixed by last week's host Kölsch, I kind of thought I couldn't look back and not have this on the list. One of the greatest remixes of the year so far, I’m sure it still will be a couple of years in. This is Flume Take A Chance featuring the wonderful voice of Little Dragon's Yukimi, as remixed by Kölsch.
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 31:10 mins here.
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Label: Future Classic
Management: Henrik Lücke Olsen, L-MGT (Kolsch), Nathan McLay (Flume)
Publishing: Copyright Control (Kolsch), Future Classic (Flume)
Radio: James Jackson, Listen Up
Club: James Jackson, Listen Up
Online: Sarah Richardson, Bleached
Live: Steve Hogan, WME (Kolsch), Steve Goodgold & Latane Hughes, Paradigm (Flume), Tom Schroeder, Coda (Flume)
21 Apr 2017
  • Goa bans late-night dance parties in India’s rave destination and brands them "against our culture”. (Mixmag)
  • New York store Halcyon has relaunched its e-commerce site, revamped its distribution arm, and expanded its services in-store to include record maintenance services and one-on-one DJ lessons. (XLR8R)
  • 12 people suffer burns from a "noxious substance" at London venue Mangle E8. (Mixmag, Billboard)
  • IMS Ibiza has announced a further 20 speakers, global industry leaders and influencers to talk at the 10th anniversary event this May. Names include the likes of: Andreas Allen (Head of Artist Relations, Native Instruments, USA), Alice Favre (Head of Operations, LWE, UK), David Emery (VP / Global Marketing Strategy, Kobalt Records, UK), Eddie Dean (CEO, RPM Presents, USA), Sulinna Ong (VP / Artist Marketing, Deezer, UK), Monki (Radio Presenter / DJ, BBC Radio 1, UK) Hot Since 82 (Artist, UK), Jason Ellis (Artist and Relations Director at Positiva/Virgin Records) and more. (RotD)
  • Finish experimental artist Mika Vainio, of Pan Sonic, has died age 53. (RA)
  • Audio giant Bose has been spying on customers who use its wireless headphones by using an app that tracks the music, podcasts and other audio they listen to and selling that info without permission, a lawsuit has charged. (NYPost)
  • Novation announces Peak, a powerful eight-voice polysynth. (Fact)
  • Novation’s Circuit Mono Station is an affordable analog synth and sequencer in one. (Fact)
  • Critter & Guitari’s latest gadget turns music into live visuals. (Fact)
  • The public beta for Gearogs is now open for business. (MagenticMag)
  • Legowelt and DJ Harvey to play Hobart City Hall rave as part of Dark Mofo festival this Australian winter. (Mximag)
  • Unsound Krakow has announced that 2017's theme will be Flower Power for its 15th anniversary this October. (Mixmag)
  • The final line-up for M.I.A.’s Meltdown festival has been announced. Among the artists playing at London's South Bank Centre in June are Young Fathers, Soulwax, and a Rinse FM Block Party.
  • The Chainsmokers and Galantis are amongst the artists to play Radio 1’s Big Weekend Hull 2017. (RotD)
  • tINI and Solomun announced for 'world’s longest music festival' GEM Fest. (Mixmag)
  • AJ Tracey and Dimitri From Paris headline Cambridge’s Strawberries & Creem festival. (Mixmag)
  • Marco Carola's party Music On has two London dates penned in this month. (Mixmag)
  • Black Coffee, Charlotte de Witte and Dixon announced for Serbia’s Exit Festival. (Mixmag)
  • Tomorrowland has revealed the likes of Carl Cox, Aly & Fila, Luciano and Joris Voorn for the Daybreak Sessions at the event. (DJMag)
  • Masters At Work and Kevin Saunderson announced for Block9 at Glastonbury. (Mixmag)
  • Tell No Tales will return to Melbourne with Richie Hawtin in June. (Mixmag)
  • Eddie Dean's RPM announces Governors Island venue with Carl Cox and Richie Hawtin. (Mixmag)
  • Mysteryland USA 2017 has been canceled “due to unforeseen circumstances,” organisers have announced. (Billboard)
  • Ross Gardiner and Jemayel Khawaja, co-founders of Black Circle Media, explain why festivals should spend less on PR and more on original content. (FestivalInsights)
  • Crunching the numbers on this year’s biggest summer festivals to determine the most in-demand acts and hardest workers, as well as which fests are the most (and least) unique and diverse. (Pitchfork)
  • New data shows that more people want to access music than own it. (Forbes)
  • Online music is about to experience another MySpace moment. An emerging void signals new opportunity for innovation in digital music. (Medium - Bas Grasmayer)
  • International Music Summit's Ben Turner on whether the EDM bubble has burst. (MusicWeek)
  • Brooklyn DIY venue Shea Stadium closes, begins search for new space. (RA)
  • Defected reveals Derrick Carter, MK and more for its Sundays this season at Eden Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • Hï Ibiza reveals the weekly line-ups for Eric Prydz's residency including Dusky, Pete Tong, Kölsch and more. (Mixmag)
  • Glitterbox has announced the likes of Basement Jaxx (DJ set), Roger Sanchez, Horse Meat Disco and more for its 2017 season at Hï Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • Guy Gerber's Rumors Ibiza residency returns in 2017 Sundays at Destino with Sven Väth, DJ Harvey and more. (RA)
  • Maceo Plex will be joined by Ben Klock and more at his Mosaic residency in Pacha Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • Sasha is taking his Last Night On Earth party to Pacha Ibiza to kick off the summer season. (Mixmag)
  • Elrow has unveiled the first line-up for its season at Amnesia in Ibiza this summer including the likes of Alan Fitzpatrick, Anja Schneider, Claptone, Eats Everything and Patrick Topping. (Mixmag)
  • A new concept for Ushuaïa Ibiza, Limited Edition will see the likes of Axwell ^ Ingrosso, DJ Snake, Alesso and Diplo play this season. (Pulse)
  • Nina Kraviz and DJ Koze join Sven Väth for Cocoon Ibiza opening on May 29. (Pulse)
  • Are your cables changing the sound of your music? Rashad Becker, Ena, Stereociti and Toshihiko Miyoshi give their thoughts on this controversial issue. (RA)
  • We sit down with playa tech virtuoso Lemurian at Euphoria 2017. (MagneticMag)
  • Hifi Sean: ‘I was consumed with guilt because I’d hurt people’. (Guardian)
  • How Do LaB has become the lifeblood of Coachella. (Earmilk)
  • Picard Brothers drop Running from my life [Premiere + Q&A]. (Earmilk)
  • Nightclubbing: Fabio and Grooverider’s Rage. (RBMA)
  • We hung out with a sloth and Dirtybird's Sacha Robotti. (Pulse)
  • Harangue the DJ: Karen Gwyer. (Guardian)
  • How do you solve a problem like the Chainsmokers? (NYTimes)
  • Dwson: The house music prodigy set to take SA by storm. (Pulse)
  • Gary Richards was instrumental in the rise of electronic dance music in the US. Now his challenge is grappling with the surging number of drug-related deaths on the scene – including at his Hard Summer festivals. (Guardian)
  • Late Nite Tuff Guy on Prince: “We’re talking about a genius”. (Pulse)
  • Goodbye "Shelter": a conversation with Porter Robinson. (Earmilk)
  • 20 Questions: Bruce - The Bristol-based sonic explorer sits down to answer our questions on production, inspirations, and anything else. (XLR8R)
  • Joe Goddard on getting lost in your work. (CreativeIndependent)
  • 7 pieces of gear that helped define Aphex Twin’s pioneering sound. (Fact)
  • Aphex Twin: 10 strange myths and the truth behind them. (Fact)
  • Aphex Twin’s Avril 14th: How Drukqs’ piano lullaby became a runaway pop culture hit. (Fact)
  • Carl Craig on mixing electronic and classical music. (Billboard)
  • Gentlemens Club on embracing on the "hyper future”. (MagneticMag)
  • House artist Josh Butler is ready to take over the US. (MagneticMag)
  • Yotam Avni talks political partying. (FabricBlog)
  • Encounters: Matmos & Alvin Curran. (RBMA)
  • Nikki McNeill's music PR agency, Global Publicity, whose roster includes Sziget, Lowlands, ADE and Exit, celebrates its 10th anniversary. (FestivalInsight)
  • Saluting Alex Solman’s strange, supreme illustrations of your favourite club heroes. (Fact)
  • As Holly Dicker explains, Aïsha Devi has undertaken a long creative and spiritual journey to achieve the singular work she's now widely known for. (RA)
  • How Prince’s love affair with Detroit helped fuel the birth of techno. (TheCurrent)
  • 13 of the most influential house labels of the last decade. (Mixmag)
  • Legendary Finnish producer Mika Vainio died on April 12, leaving behind a diverse catalogue that has influenced a large swathe of the contemporary electronic music scene. Revisit this interview from 2013, which takes a closer look at that year’s Kilo. (Fact)
  • Remembering Mika Vainio - Andrew Ryce examines some of the pivotal moments in the late Finnish electronic music pioneer's extensive catalogue. (RA)
  • Mika Vainio's quiet influence on electronic music was deafening. (Guardian)
  • Pearson Sound returns with Robin Chasing Butterflies. (RA)
  • Shogun Audio announces Moby remix EP with drum & bass versions of Go, Porcelain. (RA)
  • Tadd Mullinix and Todd Osborn's TNT project returns with 12-inch for Running Back. (RA)
  • Odesza teases new music coming soon. (Mixmag)
  • Tresor announces EPs from Borderland, Terrence Dixon, Claudia Anderson. (RA)
  • Dutch techno veteran Steve Rachmad to release debut Sterac Electronics album. (Fact)
  • Floating Points shares new track Silurian Blue as part of forthcoming short film. (Mixmag)
  • Interdimensional Transmissions announces Acid Series of records and Detroit weekender. (RA)
  • Omar Souleyman signs to Mad Decent for new album, To Syria With Love. (RA)
  • Ekoplekz announces new album Bioprodukt on Planet Mu. (Fact)
  • Jeff Mills and his band, Spiral Deluxe, have announced a new EP titled Tathata, out on April 28. (MagenticMag)
  • Michele Mininni is set to debut on R&S Records with the Rave Oscillations EP. (XLR8R)
  • The Chemical Brothers release VR Experience for Under Neon Lights. (Mixmag)
  • Cashmere Cat releases 10-song track list for debut album, 9. (Billboard)
  • Moscow club Propaganda launches label to celebrate 20th anniversary. (RA)
  • Andy C will release his new single What Bass on Ram Records on April 28. (Mixmag)
  • Martin Garrix is launching his own branded studio for his label, STMPD Records. (DJMag)
  • Get a glimpse of Frankie Knuckles’ record collection. (Mixmag)
  • London record store Rye Wax is to press up dubplates of unreleased Hyperdub, PAN, Night Slugs tracks for Record Store Day 2017. (RA)
  • Watch Richie Hawtin debut his Close audiovisual live show at Coachella. (DJMag)
  • Radiohead had to abandon the stage twice during their headline set at Coachella music festival in the US, after they were hit with numerous technical problems. (BBC)
  • The Chainsmokers (Times - 2* Will Hodgkinson)
  • Coachella - the xx, Richie Hawtin, Bonobo, Justice, Porter Robinson X Madeon, Marshmello and more. (Guardian, DA, YourEDM)
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