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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Marvinello (feat. Martin Wilson)
Michel Cleis & Klement Bonelli
Rebirth Records
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I actually made an earlier version of this an Essential New Tune at the end of 2014 - we get our records early here on this show! It's a reworking of Marvin Gaye’s classic ‘Got To Give It Up’. They couldn’t clear that sample so they completely re-performed it, and it’s been building on the underground for ages now and really been popping in Ibiza over the last six weeks.
This week’s Essential New Tune is featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen Again and forward to 33 mins here.
Contact
Klement Bonelli - Booking: kromerecords@mac.com
Michel Cleis -       Booking: alexander@aetherartists.com
                            Enquiries: ralph@ralphmooremedia.com
14 Aug 2015
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  • Revenue generated through ad-based music streaming is set to exceed US$1bn by 2017, up from US$782m in 2015. (Reseller, CNet)
  • SFX's Q2 revenue grew 48% to $121m from 29 festivals and 238 other events. Net loss in the quarter grew 36% to $48m. Net loss in the six-month period ending June 30 improved 2% to $89.6m. Festival attendance grew 38% to 1.1m. The 13 festivals also owned by SFX in the previous second quarter experienced attendance growth of only 3%. . (BillboardBusiness WireForbes)
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  • A crowdfunding campaign has been started in an attempt to stop Burning Man attendees from returning to the San Francisco Bay Area. (Deep House Amsterdam)
  • LA’s HARD Summer Music Festival has addressed the deaths of two teenagers at the festival last weekend. (Your EDM)
  • A UK teen has shared a photo of himself in a medically-induced coma after taking an array of ecstasy tablets at a music festival. (Your EDM)
  • Drug experts are pushing to legalise MDMA in Australia. (Deep House Amsterdam)
  • Insomniac founder Pasquale Rotella has voiced his concerns on LA’s pending rave ban. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Chief Executive of Ministry of Sound, Lohan Presencer says tuition fees are among several factors that led to decline of UK nightclubs. (Independent)
  • According to industry figures, the UK has last almost half of its nightclubs in the past 10 years. (Fact)
  • Beatport has confirmed it will pay labels the money that was "trapped" while parent company SFX was in a "going private" process. (Billboard) In a statement CEO Robert F.X. Sillerman apologised for the "inexcusable" way the situation was handled.
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  • Spotify’s freemium tier might be on the way out in favour of a “gated access” model, sources claim. (Fact)
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  • Mixcloud is considering adding live broadcasts and round-the-clock radio stations to its streaming offering. (Fact)
  • Several SoundCloud users have complained following their accounts being suspended over copyright issues despite them producing, releasing and owning the publishing rights to all of the music uploaded. (FactComplex)
  • Insomniac has announced a star-studded lineup for its Escape festival on Halloween weekend. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Australian festival Lost Paradise has announced the additions of Four Tet, Jamie xx and Ame to the lineup. (Mixmag)
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  • Who’s to blame for the closure of nearly half of the UK’s nightclubs in the last decade? (Thump)
  • A recent study has shown that fans respond favourably to brands that sponsor music festivals. (Your EDM)
  • Not going out: Why Millennials are no longer going to nightclubs. (Independent - Ian Burrell)
  • Why are Britain's nightclubs in such a desperate situation? (Telegraph - Elizabeth Anderson)
  • Has America completely forgotten its roots in dance music? (Magnetic Mag - David Ireland)
  • Brits are still in love with rave culture, says Carl Loben. (HuffPo)
  • SFX founder Robert Sillerman's EDM gamble is facing steep odds. (Billboard)
  • Pay to play, dance music's Payola. (Billboard - Laidback Luke)
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  • Harangue the DJ: Logos (Guardian – Kate Hutchinson)
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  • Young DJs and promoters discuss how the club scene has shifted away from nightclubs. (BBC)
  • What it means for DJs to grow old. (Pitchfork - Jonny Coleman)
  • A brief history of the “oft-derided” genre that is happy hardcore. (Resident Advisor)
  • Detroit techno stalwart Stacey Pullen discusses the boons and burdens of his hometown. (Thump)
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  • Ninja Tune is the winner of the Innovator award at this year’s AIM awards. To celebrate, label founder Jon More chooses their most definitive releases. (Guardian)
  • Laidback Luke is an EDM star that has been over 20 years in the making, says Mark Gwinnett. (Sun)
  • The history and future of Kool FM, London's oldest jungle radio station. (Vice - Jamie Clifton)
  • Paco Osuna: 'When techno started to come into Ibiza, there were just a few who followed it'. (Pulse)
  • Berlin-based producer David August has announced details of his first ever American tour at the end of August. (XLR8R)
  • British group Paranoid London will head stateside for a gig at Brooklyn’s The Bunker in September. (Resident Advisor)
  • Techno pioneer Jeff Mills has revealed that, despite its adoption of EDM, the US hasn’t invited him to perform for quite some time. (Fact)
  • Galcher Lustwork has released a seven-track album on Bandcamp under his Road Hog alias. (Resident Advisor)
  • UK techno veteran Mark Broom will deliver a 2-track 12” via M-Plant in October. (Fact)
  • Cologne duo COMA will release their second album This Side of Paradise via Kompakt on October 9. (XLR8R)
  • Visionist will release his debut album Safe this fall via Bill Kouligas’ PAN imprint. (XLR8R)
  • Felix Da Housecat has revealed further details on his upcoming album for Crosstown Rebels under his Aphrohead moniker. (XLR8R)
  • Seth Troxler will release his DJ Kicks Compilation on October 16 via K7! Records. (XLR8R)
  • Aphex Twin has unveiled two new tracks from his upcoming AFX release. (Fact)
  • Skrillex said in a recent interview that Deadmau5’s personality has started to overshadow his music. (Dancing Astronaut)
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