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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Rinse and Repeat
Riton
Ministry of Sound
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This is a track we first played a few weeks ago and it has been growing and growing in popularity on a number of the dance shows at Radio 1. It comes from New York resident Riton who has really come out with the goods - so much so in fact that this track broke into the Shazam charts last week. It's called Rinse and Repeat and it's this week's Essential New Tune. 
This week’s Essential New Tune is featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 34:20 mins here.
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Label: Janette Quaye, Ministry of Sound
Management: Dan Stacey, Hard Livings
Publishing: Because Music
Radio: Michael Pickard, Martin Cooke,Your Army
Online: Noam Klar, Toast
Live: Martje Kremers, Decked Out
11 Dec 2015
  • It has been reported that James Barton of Live Nation will be moving to American events company SFX Entertainment in a “senior role”. (Mixmag)
  • Jukedeck, a music composition system, has raised £2m in venture capital funding to accelerate its growth. The company aims to cater for online video makers by providing an original, royalty-free soundtrack, which is sold at £5 per track. (FT, TechCrunch)
  • Booking agency Elastic Artists remains on the verge of administration, with some artists unpaid for four weeks and many agents leaving the company. (ResidentAdvisor)
  • DJ Mag has announced that voting opens for the 2016 edition of the annual Top 100 Clubs Poll. (RotD)
  • Autechre's webshop for selling exclusive live recordings is now open to the public. (Thump)
  • Ministry of Sound and WOMAD festival are to use ticketing platform Eventbrite. (RotD)
  • In other Stereosonic news, three police officers tested positive for ecstasy and meth at the festival. (Mixmag)
  • A second person has died from drug-related complications at Australian festival Stereosonic. (Mixmag)
  • South east London’s pool hall-turned-club space Canavan’s has become the latest venue in the area to come under threat from property developers. (Fact)
  • Cr2 Records' Sample Tools is now open for memberships. (Mixmag)
  • Dixon tops Resident Advisor's top DJs of 2015 for the third year running while KiNK is voted best live act of the year. (RARA
  • Mintel research shows that music fans in the UK have spent £2.1bn this year on concerts and festivals. Spending on shows is up 45% on 2010. (Mirror)
  • Adele‘s hit song Hello has placed No.1 on the Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart. (YourEDM)
  • The nominations for the 58th annual Grammy awards ceremony have been announced, with Caribou, The Chemical Brothers, Jamie xx and Flying Lotus amongst the nominees. (XLR8R)
  • According to a new report, Facebook is partnering directly with venues, artists and promoters to sell concert tickets. (Billboard)
  • Amazon is giving away a free vinyl every 30 minutes on December 15 from 9am to 10pm PST. (Fact)
  • Google Play Music launches in South Africa for a subscription fee of R59,99/month, matching the price of rival services. (TechCentral, VentureBeat)
  • Major Lazer and DJ Snake’s Lean On has become Spotify’s most streamed song of all time. (Billboard)
  • Shaky Beats Festival in the US has revealed its debut line-up, featuring the likes of CarnageBig Gigantic, and more. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Day Zero, the Mexican festival run by Damian Lazarus, has announced the first release of artists to play the 2016 event, which will be held on January 8. (Mixmag)
  • Ultra Worldwide will officially come to Brazil in 2016. (Billboard)
  • This year's sixth edition of Acid Camp Sunday in Los Angeles features Tin ManAaron Davis and John Tejada. The event is set to take place in Los Angeles on December 20. (XLR8R)
  • Ninja Tune’s Bonobo has announced Outliers, a genre-spanning international event series launching next March at London’s Tobacco Dock. (Fact)
  • Berghain in Germany has announced the full line-up for this year's Silvester party, kicking off at 1am on Friday, January 1. (ResidentAdvisor)
  • Two Australian experts on drug use and policy share the real facts about ecstasy. (Thump)
  • The growing role of playlists in the music industry. (MusicAlly)
  • How many more records could you be selling this holiday season if your album wasn’t free streaming? (Trichordist)
  • Why does a record deck beat any digital musical format? Serbian turntable maker Igor Gligorov explains. (BBC)
  • Spotify's Year in Music shows just how little we pay artists for their music. (Verge)
  • London club Phonox, in Brixton, has revealed the DJs that will be headlining its spring season in 2016, with Ben UFOJackmasterMCDE and Skream all set to play the venue. (Fact)
  • On January 23, 2016, Dolby will unveil their first Atmos club system in The Box, the main room at London's Ministry Of Sound. (ResidentAdvisor)
  • Sankeys Ibiza will open its doors on May 1 in 2016 instead of the traditional end of May slot. (Mixmag)
  • Q&A: DJ Craze. (Mixmag)
  • Odesza on the future of EDM, why music should be free. (Rolling Stone)
  • Meet : The voice behind Spotify's most-streamed track. (BBC)
  • Berghain resident Answer Code Request will push your limits on the dancefloor. (Thump)
  • Boys Noize discusses ten years of Boysnoize Records. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Diplo discuss his Grammy nomination, ‘Lean On’ snub, and his dream award. (Billboard)
  • Thump’s 50 best tracks of 2015. (Thump)
  • Laurent Garnier Electrochoc is the must-read book for music lovers charting the iconic DJ's story so far. (Mirror)
  • For dance music, 2015 was the year of dumb free speech. (LA Weekly)
  • Breaking Through: Wata Igarashi. (RA)
  • Label of the month: Interdimensional Transmissions. (RA)
  • Dance music at the Grammys: a brief (and frustrating) history. (Vulture)
  • Baauer's insane video for ‘GoGo!’ features sex, cars and thunderstorms. (Thump)
  • Analogue dance outfit Golden Teacher have released their debut album by collecting the first three records released by the group through JD Twitch’s Optimo Music and compiling them all into one LP. (Fact)
  • A$AP Ferg has revealed details of an upcoming collaboration with Skrillex. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Canadian producer Brendan Neal (aka Motions) has offered up a three-track collection titled Year Gone By, which can be downloaded for free via the artist’s SoundCloud. (XLR8R)
  • Craig David has stated a collaboration with Drake could be on the cards after the two recently bumped into each other. (Mixmag)
  • Montreal producer Motions has shared a three-track collection of trance-tinged house cuts titled Year Gone Bye. (Fact)
  • Are Gorillaz collaborating with David Bowie on their new album? (Dancing Astronaut)
  • New Jersey house figurehead Kerri Chandler is giving away his first-ever single, Get it Off, for free. (XLR8R)
  • Pixelord will release another EP under his Computer Graphics alias in January titled We Have To Go. (Fact)
  • You can now listen back to Skream’s last ever Radio 1 show, ending a half decade at the station. (Mixmag)
  • In a video for Electronic Beats, Richie Hawtin has admitted that he was behind a pair of anonymous EPS released on his label Plus 8 back in October, plus a third that will drop this Friday (December 11). (XLR8R)
  • Deadmau5 is set to headline the Tidal show at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Zeds Dead fans wore heart rate monitors during a recent show for an experiment looking into what gets crowds most amped up at gigs. (Dancing Astronaut)
  • Kygo has teased his debut album's February 12 release date by updating his Facebook cover picture, as well as dropping his latest single from the forthcoming LP. (Billboard)
  • Boysnoize Records, the German techno imprint, has come together with Danish headphone experts AIAIAI for a special edition product in celebration of the label’s 10th birthday. (XLR8R)
  • Martin Garrix has dominated Beatport’s Best of 2015 lists. (YourEDM)
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