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Yotto
Anjunadeep
11 Dec 2015
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This week's Essential New Tune comes from Yotto, a rising star from the Anjunadeep camp. He's put himself about with a couple of useful remixes, and I'm really impressed with his new EP. Take a listen to the rest of the show to hear another track from him in the Hot Mix. This is Personal Space, I hope you like it as much as I do.
This week’s Essential New Tune is featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 29:20 mins here.
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Label: Dom DonnellyAllan McGrath, Anjunadeep
Management: Adam SellersDom Donnelly, Involved Management
Publishing: Involved Publishing
Radio: Gareth Jones, Anjunadeep
Online: Matt Learmouth, Alchemy PR
Live: Adam Sellers, Involved Management
27 Nov 2015
  • Australia's record industry is on track to return to growth for the first time since 2012 with digital revenues accounting for more than two-thirds of sales and the contribution from streaming services doubling for the second year running. (SMH)
  • Raoul Chatterjee, 7digital’s SVP Music, is said to have been appointed to cover European industry relations at SoundCloud, based in London. (MBW)
  • UK booking agency Elastic Artists, home to Danny L HarleDixon and Leon Vynehall, is reportedly set for administration. (Fact)
  • Skrillex, Diplo and Calvin Harris all won big at this year’s AMAs. (Billboard)
  • Music and sports fans have lost more than £1.2m to ticket fraud in the last six months, police figures have revealed. (BBC) One consultant suggested the true cost of ticket fraud was "without a doubt" in the tens of millions.
  • Eric Prydz has won Reddit’s Top 100 DJs poll. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Armin Van Buuren announced for keynote interview at IMS Asia-Pacific. (IMS)
  • Generate puts the power to make music videos in your hands. (EDM.com)
  • AIAIAI and electronic music duo Modeselektor join forces for a special edition headphone. (XLR8R)
  • Songkick co-founder and CEO Ian Hogarth explains the company’s new feature which helps artists sell concerts directly to fans. (TechCrunch video)
  • Shazam announces faster recognition time, in-app search, and over 2bn followers. (Businesswire)
  • Online mastering service LANDR, a tool which enables producers to polish up their tracks in the blink of an eye, has announced the launch of its desktop app. (XLR8R)
  • YouTube is offering up to $1m to fight takedowns. (EDM.com)
  • Google currently processes a record breaking 1,500 takedown requests of links to "pirate" pages from its search results every minute, a 100% increase compared to last year. (TorrentFreak)
  • Three streaming platforms, Beats Music, Rdio and Zune, all shut down in the matter of a few days. (EDM.com)
  • WeTransfer has issued an official statement about its new streaming service. (Data Transmission)
  • Visitors to YouTube music channel Majestic Casual now see a notice saying the page “has been terminated because we've received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement regarding material that the user posted”. (Mixmag) The channel is yet to publicly address the issue other than a Facebook post to say "I'll be back".
  • London club Phonox to launch festival. (Mixmag)
  • DGTL Festival in Amsterdam has released the full line up for its 2016 edition, along with ticket sales for the internationally anticipated festival that is bound to take place during Easter Weekend. (XLR8R)
  • Farr Festival has teamed up with some of the UK’s finest clubs and promoters as stage hosts for 2016. (Fact)
  • Ultra South Africa has added Tiesto, Afrojack, Mr. Carmack and more to its line-up. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • The third wave of artists has been announced for Snowbombing 2016. (Mixmag)
  • As part of London club XOYO’s regular three month residency programme, Scuba will be hosting 12 Weeks of Techno, a party curated by him featuring a wealth of the genre’s heavyweights. (XLR8R)
  • Analysis of Pandora’s business by MusicAlly poses the question: if it costs more than $1bn to develop and market a service that remains firmly unprofitable after six years of such investment, then the economics of streaming music aren’t adding up for the service, let alone creators.
  • Rdio's collapse another nail in the coffin of the 'digital economy’. (Register)
  • Hey ladies: Apple thinks you can't find music without men's help. (EDM.com)
  • Apple’s iTunes is alienating its most music-obsessed users: the collectors. (Wired)
  • Ghost production: it's inevitable and rampant, but not across all genres. (EDM.com)
  • Let's face it: The ad-funded on-demand music experiment has failed. (Herman Verkade)
  • The promoter checklist: how to throw a great party. (Mixmag)
  • Pacha New York closing its doors in January. (Billboard)
  • Have you ever wondered what ecstasy looks like under a microscope? (EDM.com)
  • Dolby is bringing "surround sound" to the club. (Thump)
  • 10 dance music classics that aren't in 4/4 time. (MusicRadar)
  • Harangue the DJ: Redlight (Saturday Guardian)
  • Producer Crywolf said what everyone is thinking: Part II. (EDM.com)
  • Producer Crywolf said what everyone is thinking: Part I. (EDM.com)
  • Solving the discovery problem: new music that sounds like old music. (Chris Price, New Slang Media)
  • Bok Bok, Pearson Sound, Ruf Dug and other local DJs discuss the importance of saving Peckham, one of south east London’s cultural hubs. (Thump)
  • Twenty years on, Maxi, Sister Bliss and even the elusive Rollo tell the story behind Faithless’ mega-hit, Insomnia. (Mixmag - Dave Jenkins)
  • The Chemical Brothers bring Hollywood special effects to dance music. (Engadget)
  • Desis on deck: what it's like being a brown kid in dance music. (Thump - Jemayel Khawaja)
  • Deep House vs. #DerpHouse: Your guide to dance music’s most controversial genre. (Spin)
  • Steve Angello tells the non-EDM version of his crazy life story on Wild Youth. (Spin)
  • Ninja Tune at 25: Coldcut’s Matt Black looks back. (Medium)
  • Interview: Gilles Peterson’s inspirations and influences. (Redbull)
  • Jeremy Olander talks about Vivrant Label, premieres Taiga off inaugural EP. (Billboard)
  • How Ableton’s Link technology will change the way electronic musicians collaborate. (Fact)
  • Wolgang Flür interview: a peculiar dance music presenter. (Skiddle)
  • We asked a room full of dope women about how to close the gender gap in dance music. (Thump)
  • Zach Cowie: the DJ behind Master of None's amazing soundtrack. (USA Today)
  • Adam Wiltzie and Brian McBride have made some of the most affecting ambient music of our time. Ian Maleney talks to them about their 20-year journey so far. (RA)
  • The lost art of the warm-up DJ is just as important as that of the peak-time headliner. (Mixmag)
  • A history of Roulé, Daft Punk’s forgotten record label. (Medium - Ben Cardew)
  • The Parisian selector behind My Love is Underground, Jeremy Underground, has detailed the label’s second compilation. (XLR8R)
  • Volte-Face has a new EP titled 'All Grown Up' and it's coming out on his BleeD Music imprint on November 27. (Mixmag)
  • Max Chapman is set to drop his debut LP via MadTech On January 22. (Data Transmission)
  • Jackmaster has offered up his 2015 Mastermix as a free download. (Thump)
  • Rustie’s new video turns grainy nautical VHS footage into a sensory overload. (Thump)
  • Skrillex says some surprising things about working with Justin Bieber on the Canadian's new album, Purpose. (EDM.com)
  • Skrillex and Diplo have announced to fans that a new Jack U EP will be released next year. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Dance survivors Underworld will release their ninth album, Barbara Barbara, on March 18. (Fact)
  • Brighton producer Leon Vynehall has remixed Midnight On Rainbow Road, transforming it into a dancefloor filler. (Fact)
  • Avicii has released a video for single Broken Arrows. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Lunice has released his new 180 EP, the producer’s first release since 2011, and has announced he will be supporting Madonna on tour. (Fact)
  • Jon Hopkins has unveiled a remix of Disclosure and Lorde’s Magnets. (Thump)
  • Irish electronic musician, Jack Colleran (aka Mmoths) has a new album dropping next year via Because Music sub-label, OYAE, marking his biggest project to date. (XLR8R)
  • NTS Radio is set to spread to Manchester in the new year, with Zed BiasMadam X and Chunky all set to have their own shows. (Mixmag)
  • Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber took home the award for Collaboration of the Year at the AMAs. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Kygo is officially the first EDM artist to perform at the Nobel Peace Prize concert. (EDM.com
  • Seth Troxler has acquired a collection of 4,500 records previously owned by Dave Haslam, a DJ at the legendary Haçienda. (Mixmag)
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