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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Garden of Groove
Michael Bibi
Repopulate Mars
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"This week ENT is going in the direction of one of our own, Mr Michael Bibi, whose career has been blossoming faster than the Chelsea flower show. This is his brand new release on Repopulate Mars."
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 37.10 mins here.
LabelLeon Oakey, Repopulate Mars
Management & LiveAlberto Bragado, Prime Culture
RadioWill Lawes & Jake Price, Dispersion PR
Club: Will Lawes, Dispersion PR
OnlineWill Lawes & Jake Price, Dispersion PR
11 Oct 2019
  • FFRR Records, the dance label at Parlophone Records, has appointed Andy Daniell to lead the label. (RotD) He was previously at Defected Records.
  • Urbanista has announced a new collaboration with the Tim Bergling Foundation called Open to Talk? Open to Listen, aiming to boost awareness of mental health issues and provide support to those affected. (Mixmag
  • A new book about UK soundsystem culture, called Bass, Mids, Tops: An Oral History of Sound System Culture, will be published on Friday, 13 December. (DJ Mag
  • NTS has announced that applications for its one-year, Work In Progress artist development programme (NTS WIP 2020) are now open. (Mixmag
  • R3 Soundsystem plans protest rave during People's Vote demonstration in London. (RA
  • Derick Almena, the lead tenant and leaseholder of the Ghost Ship warehouse which was destroyed in a fire in 2016 killing 36 people, is to face a retrial in March 2020. (DJ Mag
  • The number of fans using Viagogo has plummeted after its adverts were banned from Google. The number slumped to 2.5m in July, then 820,000 in August. Viagogo says it is "working with Google to resolve their concerns and be reinstated". (Guardian)
  • The Association For Electronic Music has launched a mental health guide. (RotD)
  • With a software update called Catalina, iTunes is retired from Apple computers. (Billboard) Apple Music subscribers will no longer see the iTunes music store, unless they restore it in settings.
  • Houghton Festival is returning next summer on 6-9 August in Norfolk, England. (Mixmag
  • Croatian festivals Dimensions and Outlook Origins will move to The Garden Tisno for 2020. (RA
  • Aurora Halal, Maceo Plex, Robert Hood and Nina Kraviz to perform at Australia's Pitch Music & Arts Festival. (RA
  • DGTL brings Richie Hawtin, Jeff Mills and Bonobo to ADE. (Mixmag
  • Sustainable sesh: How clubs and festivals are boosting the green agenda. (Mixmag
  • Why updating to MacOS Catalina is a mistake for DJs (for now) (Magnetic
  • 5 ways DJs can minimize their impact on the environment. (Magnetic)
  • Can our vinyl obsession ever be environmentally friendly? (DJ Mag
  • Spotify's powerful recommendation algorithm boils down to two concepts: exploit and explore. (Medium
  • New York's Brooklyn Bazaar to close Greenpoint venue. (RA
  • Wynn Nightlife has announced a new winter daytime party series, called Intermission. The event will take place every Saturday from 26 October and feature Pete Tong, Rüfüs Du Sol, Claptone and more. (Billboard)  
  • DT666 – Kevin Mckay (DT
  • RA.697 SO (RA
  • Saturday Night Session 029: Showtek (DA
  • Influences 16: Kevin Saunderson (XLR8R
  • Ruffneck x Da Mouth of Madness | HARD DANCE x Strange Days Amsterdam (Boiler Room
  • Jeff Mills for Apollo 50 Moon Landing (Mixmag
  • Marco Bailey in The Lab NYC | Bulldog Gin (Mixmag
  • Matthew Dear in The Lab NYC | Bulldog Gin (Mixmag
  • Alan Fitzpatrick in The Lab LDN (Mixmag)
  • Carl Cox b2b Fatboy Slim at Saatchi Gallery, London (Mixmag
  • Deep Inside: October 2019’s must-hear house and techno. (Fact
  • 10 uplifting records from DJ Harvey's magical Pikes Ibiza party. (Mixmag)
  • October: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag)  
  • Billboard Dance emerging artists: October 2019 (Billboard
  • In Conversation with… Danny Howard (DT
  • Renegade Riddims: Asterix (DT
  • Positive vibrations: Kamma (DJ Mag
  • The Shock of the Future film aims to "speak for the overlooked female pioneers of electronic music". (Mixmag
  • The best and worst of CRSSD 2019, a boutique electronic festival for the streaming era. (Billboard
  • Moving mountains: How a community of electronic artists are capturing the imagination of Kathmandu. (DJ Mag
  • Ano 0 is the community-led festival unifying Lisbon's electronic underground. (DJ Mag
  • Where to Dance In: Miami (Billboard
  • Preview: ADE 2019 (iD
  • These are the top events at ADE 2019. (DJ Mag
  • Navigating Amsterdam Dance Event: Where to get the week’s best house, techno, bass, and electronica. (DJ Mag
  • How TikTok changed the way we discovered music in 2019. (Junkee)
  • How Spotify’s algorithm knows exactly what you want to listen to. (OneZero
  • The art of production: Surgeon. (RA
  • Nothing Else Matters for BBC Radio 1 dance music tastemaker, Danny Howard. (Sun)
  • Sofi Tukker talks new EP Dancing on the People, Brown University, spirituality and more. (Magnetic
  • 20 questions with David Guetta. (Billboard
  • Floating Points: The ecology of sound. (DJ Mag
  • Dixon and Âme on fusing technology with the dancefloor through Transmoderna. (Mixmag)
  • Richie Hawtin, renaissance man of techno, on bridging technology and creativity. (Forbes)
  • Kate Simko returns with new house EP on Seth Troxler's label Play It Say It. (RA
  • The Prodigy's late frontman Keith Flint’s possessions are being sold at auction next month. (Mixmag
  • Maya Jane Coles announces new Nocturnal Sunshine album, Full Circle. (Mixmag
  • Arty marks his return to Armada with Daydreams. (DA
  • Avicii is the latest wax figure at Madame Tussauds New York City. (Billboard
  • Armin Van Buuren has opened up about his mental health struggles in an interview on Dutch talk show Jinek. (
  • Dan Snaith shares Home, first Caribou track in five years. (RA
  • Midland's got a new five-track EP on the way, which will be his first release since 2016. (Mixmag
  • Flume's Never Be Like You joins the 1 billion stream club. (DA)  
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