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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Kinky Tales
Detlef
Hot Creations
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This has been a secret weapon of mine for the last couple of months. This guy is super talented when it comes to putting together wicked rhythms, he hails from Thessaloniki in Greece, he has been championed by the likes of Steve Lawler and Denny for some time, his name is Detlef and this is Kinky Tales.
This week’s Essential New Tune is featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 31:20 mins here.
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Label: Leon, Hot Creations
Management: Attilio Pugliese, FM Artists
PublishingLeon, Hot Creations
RadioJessica Lamb, Maouris
Online: Abi, Maoris
Live: Attilio Pugliese, FM Artists
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