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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Gazebo (Patrice Baumel Remix)
Sapien Recordings
out now
"This week’s Essential New Tune is Gazebo (Patrice Baumel Remix), it’s a track that Patrice collaborated on with Fairmount. Something that’s not brand new but something that’s really earned its stripes over the last couple of months in Ibiza. It is blowing up and it's brilliant."
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 30:51 mins here.
Label: Sapien Recordings
Management & Live: Fairmont - contact Jake Fairley
Publishing: Mark Chung, Freibank Musikverlage 
Radio, Club TV & OnlineAntoine Corman, Etendard Management

05 Jul 2019
  • According to a statement issued to the Stock Exchange following 7digital’s AGM, the company said it needs to raise £4.5m by 31 July to avoid entering administration. (DMN) eMusic has offered £1.3m and is planning a mass market distribution project using 7digital’s blockchain platform.
  • After years of testing, talking and tweaking, rights management organisations APRA AMCOS and PPCA have launched OneMusic Australia, a single public performance licensing system. (Billboard)
  • A new charity collaboration, CRXSSINGS, has been announced that will raise money for City Plaza Hotel, an ex-hotel turned squat in Athens that houses refugees. (Mixmag
  • Ticketmaster has been ordered to pay a hefty fine following an investigation into misleading ticket prices carried out by Canada's Competition Bureau. (DJ Mag
  • Brian Eno and Ben UFO have signed a letter criticising Germany's Open Source Festival for cancelling rapper Talib Kweli over BDS support. (RA
  • announces MEETSSS conference for 'music industry professionals and artists of all genders'. (RA
  • Police have issued new warnings over blue 'Punisher' ecstasy pills after the death of two teenagers. (Mixmag
  • London's Saatchi Gallery will host the first major exhibition on rave culture and acid house this summer. (DJ Mag
  • Native Instruments' long-awaited Massive X synth is out now. (RA
  • YouTube Music is expanding upon its Offline Mixtape feature with a more thorough version it’s now calling “smart downloads.” When you enable smart downloads, the app will automatically download up to 500 songs. (Verge)
  • Beatport LINK, the streaming subscription service for DJs, is now available in the public beta of Pioneer DJ’s rekordbox software. (RotD)
  • Jeff Ponchick, VP of SoundCloud-owned distribution service Repost has posted "we’re calling all independent creators who have been impacted by recent changes on Spotify and Stem to come to SoundCloud to learn more about what the world’s largest audio platform can do for them".
  • Almost a year since its launch, Spotify is shutting down its upload beta programme, which allows independent artists to load their music directly onto the platform for free. (Spotify) Artists are being given until the end of the month to transition to another distributor, and will only be paid for streams on their uploaded content through July 2019.
  • Users who “pre-save” an upcoming release to their Spotify accounts may be sharing more personal data with the act’s label than they realise. (Billboard)
  • Apple Music has now surpassed 60m total subscribers worldwide. That figure includes paid and trial users, according to Apple. (Billboard)
  • MUTEK.MX announces the first round of 2019 bookings. (RA)  
  • Beatrice Dillon, Zuli and more to perform at Wysing Polyphonic 2019 in September. (Mixmag
  • Shackleton, LOFT, LSDXOXO, Teki Latex and more are coming to Kraków's Unsound festival this October. (RA
  • elrow and Absolut have announced the line-up for the Gardenarium festival in Ibiza. (Mixmag
  • Sonus festival has dropped the final line-up announcement for its 2019 edition. (Mixmag
  • Huerco S., SHYBOI, Amnesia Scanner, Ziúr and more have joined the line-up for Berlin Atonal festival. (RA
  • Venice's Home Festival has cancelled several headliners for its upcoming edition, including Aphex Twin and Moodymann. (RA
  • Brunch In The Park Madrid details 2019 fall season with Amelie Lens and Lil' Louis. (RA)
  • Insomniac is coming to Colombia with Beyond Wonderland Bogota 2019. (Billboard
  • Burning Man festival has agreed to cap their attendance levels over the next 10 years but will fight federally sanctioned screenings for weapons and drugs. (EDMTunes
  • Was 2019 the most environmentally friendly Glastonbury ever? (Mixmag
  • How to recognize a social introvert and make them feel welcome. (Mixmag
  • How diverse and inclusive is the music industry right now? (SynchTank)
  • XXL, one of London's leading gay clubs, is being forced to close by developers. (Mixmag
  • Berlin nightclub SOUNDS has been "ravaged" by an electrical fire. (DJ Mag
  • Four Tet will play Pyramid at Amnesia on Monday 15 July for his only Ibiza performance. (DJ Mag
  • RA.683 Phuong Dan (RA
  • Reinier Zonneveld live set at the State Aviation Museum in Kyiv (Ukraine) (Cercle
  • Sharam at The Lab Johannesburg (Mixmag
  • Roman Flügel for Electronic Subculture at Made Festival. (Mixmag
  • Alexandra at x Pikes Party. (Mixmag)
  • Seb Wildblood at x Pikes Party. (Mixmag
  • Awakenings Festival 2019: Enrico Sangiuliano (Awakenings)  
  • Awakenings Festival 2019: Joris Voorn (Awakenings
  • Awakenings Festival 2019: Kölsch (Awakenings
  • Awakenings Festival 2019: Ida Engberg (Awakenings
  • Awakenings Festival 2019: Charlotte de Witte (Awakenings
  • Fresh Kicks 109: Lamin Fofana (DJ Mag
  • Renegade Riddims: Nvrsoft (DT
  • Adeline: Sweden's hottest musical export. (iDJ
  • Ask the Experts: LTJ Bukem (XLR8R
  • Billboard Dance emerging artists: July 2019 (Billboard
  • July: Six new artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag)
  • The best photos so far from Arcadia's Pangea stage at Glastonbury. (Mixmag
  • The 15 best techno tracks of June 2019. (Magnetic
  • The 15 best house tracks of June 2019. (Magnetic
  • June's best music. (RA
  • Glastonbury Festival 2019: Five key performances. (RA
  • Kontaktor 2019: Latvia’s growing techno scene is a reminder of a land before brands. (Fact
  • Sounds of the Future: How Sónar became the world’s leading festival of electronic music and art. (DJ Mag
  • Cancellations, controversies and refunds: how to programme a music festival. (NewStatesman)
  • DJ Mag's Ibiza guide 2019. 
  • Gotta get up: Meet the dancers of Ibiza. (Mixmag
  • Fatboy Slim and Julien Temple on the changing face of Ibiza: ‘People don’t really dance anymore. They just stand, holding up phones’. (iNews)
  • Dallas Electro: The unlikely story of the hard-hitting Texan underground. (DJ Mag
  • 'Michael Eavis didn't know what dance music is': a history of rave at Glastonbury. (Guardian
  • LSDXOXO: Sexy, psychedelic club. (RA
  • A conversation with Why Be on Yegorka, the changing face of Berlin and redefining modern club music. (ElectronicBeats
  • Saytek on playing live, working with Carl Cox and his love of social media. (Sun)
  • Carl Cox, Nic Fanciulli and Derrick May talk about why the Kappa FuturFestival in Turin, Italy, is a jewel in the crown of electronic music festivals. (Sun
  • Stanton Warriors: "It's time for a more underground sound to rise" (DJ Mag
  • Goldroom talks about how sampling himself opened up a whole new avenue for musical inspiration and exploration. (Magnetic
  • Why Purple Disco Machine bought the Roland Juno-106 synth twice. (DJ Mag
  • Porter Robinson explains the impetus to create Second Sky Festival: 'It helps the audience understand me better'. (Billboard
  • Daniel Avery: “I want to play as much to the people in the back corner as those people down the front going crazy”. (NME
  • Stardust on the gay bars, firings and failures that led to Music Sounds Better With You. (Billboard)
  • Peggy Gou is kicking her electronic music career to the next level. (NewYorkTimes
  • How Richie Hawtin transformed electronic music again and again and again. (Mixmag
  • The Chemical Brothers dedicated their Saturday night Glastonbury set to the late The Prodigy frontman, Keith Flint. (DJ Mag
  • Rabih Beaini's Morphine Records has announced four new albums and a two-day Berghain showcase. (RA
  • Critical Music duo Ivy Lab and Ninja Tune legend Amon Tobin (under his Two Fingers alias) have collaborated on a new track, titled Orange. (Mixmag
  • Berghain/Panorama Bar resident Ryan Elliott will launch his new label, Faith Beat, this month with a self-produced four-tracker, titled The Introduction EP. (Mixmag
  • Roberto Surace's track Joys debuts at number 3 on Shazam's Ibiza Dance Chart. (Billboard
  • Amelie Lens delivers a stomping three-track techno package, Hypnotized. (DA
  • Axwell has released a remix of Martin Solveig and Jax Jones' All Day and Night track. (DJ Mag
  • Nina Kraviz has announced a new three-track release, Stranno Neobjatno. (DJ Mag
  • Charlotte De Witte will launch her new label, KNTXT, in September. (RA
  • Marshmello debuts Joytime III in a mobile app game called Marshmello Music Dance before its official release. Users can tap along to the beat to earn coins to unlock tracks. (Billboard
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