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Track 10
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This week’s ENT is a track we raved about last week. I’ve been playing it out for the last month and it’s been absolutely killing it. UK legend Sasha is back with this dancefloor monster, simply called Track 10. I’ve got no other information about when it’s coming out, but it is a world exclusive. This week’s Essential New Tune is featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 34:15 mins here.

The previous Industry Insider incorrectly listed Pete Tong's Essential New Tune. Guy Gerber's Secret Encounters featured on August 26 and can be heard here. For further details contact Leon Oakley at label Rumours or management Milo MitchemMaren Brombeiss at Three Six Zero.
Contact
Label: Dan Clarke, Last Night On Earth
Management: Phil Sales / Maren Brombeiss, Three Six Zero
Publishing: Unpublished
Online: Lydia Laws, Lydia Laws PR
Live: Will Nustedt, NGE Booking / Emma Hoser
09 Sep 2016
  • Ministry of Sound founder Lord Palumbo is to step down as chairman, but will retain his majority stake. He will be succeeded by Lohan Presencer, Chief Executive, who in turn will make way for Jonathan Bevan, formerly of Clear Channel, where he was president of Europe and Australia/NZ. (Times)
  • Fabric, one of the UK's most well known nightclubs, is to close permanently after its licence was revoked by London local council Islington, due to what it described as a "culture of drugs" at the venue. (BBC) However, Fabric will appeal the decision and will be backed by the Night Time Industries Association's Fund For Fabric campaign, which will seek to raise up to £500,000 to help with the club's legal fees. (MixmagSee News and Comment for reactions.
  • This week's INDUSTRY INSIDER is unsurprisingly dominated by the name FABRIC. In a quite shocking week for global electronic music, our entire industry has been rocked by the news that the iconic London club has been closed by Islington Council. The story will unfold in many ways but do be sure to click to the lead story in Comment, Opinion and Analysis by the UK's Independent newspaper. We have had messages from colleagues from all over the planet, shocked by the decision, and perhaps this one article will go some way to explain the complexities and agendas going on behind the scenes. Fabric's Keith Riley and Cameron Leslie have done a great job defending their club and culture, but now the next stage of the battle really begins. IMS, Mixmag and Pete Tong are fully behind the attempts to re-instate Fabric but also to ensure that the genre's reputation isn't one again damaged by outside forces failing to understand the efforts by reputable promoters to educate whilst they entertain. #SAVEFABRIC #SAVENIGHTLIFE. Ben Turner (IMS Co-Founder)
  • Drug safety body The Loop has issued a warning over orange Tesla extacy pills. (Thump)
  • Activists vow to set up pill testing centres at dance music festivals in Australia this summer - defying police threats of arrest 'because it saves lives'. (Mail)
  • Council members in Ibiza's San Antonio voted and unanimously passed legislation that would ban the construction of new beach clubs and outdoor hotel venues, potentially spelling the end of new outdoor clubs in Ibiza. (Thump)
  • Alan Miller of the Night Time Industries Association has called on people to contribute funds in a grassroots national movement to lobby their MP and councillors against Fabric's closure. (Independent)
  • Fabric nightclub: Outpouring of anger after council's 'disgraceful' decision to close world famous venue. (Mirror)
  • London mayor Sadiq Khan says London's nightlife is at risk after Fabric is shut. (Fox)
  • Newly obtained documents suggest Islington Council orchestrated the closure of Fabric. (Thump)
  • Cameron Leslie, Fabric's co-founder and director, passionately defended his club's reputation at the council meeting, read his speech in full. (RA)
  • Watch Technics explain the technology behind the SL-1200G. (RA)
  • A coding error at SoundCloud resulted in a number of private tracks being available for all to hear for over four hours yesterday. (Exclaim)
  • Beatport has announced the inclusion of ‘big room’ and ‘future house’ to its discovery tools. (RA)
  • Hard Summer announces its return for 2017 via video. (Magnetic Mag)
  • Ibiza’s Circoloco is coming to America. (Pulse)
  • The likes of Amnesia Scanner, Kiasmos and Kosmodod have been added to Iceland's Airwaves Festival line-up. (MadMimi)
  • Groovefest in the Domincan Republic was canceled last week as the company went into liquidation. (Music Times)
  • Sound System Culture: Fighting for noise in a Sydney subdued. (Pulse)
  • Five years at SoundCloud. Reflections on music, gratitude and vulnerability. (Medium - Jane Shin, Former Senior Artist Relations Manager at SoundCloud)
  • Why I won’t write about EDM anymore. (Observer - Justin Joffe)
  • London’s night time economy. (Market Mogul - Thomas Nguyen)
  • Fabric fans laugh at idea that faster BPMs are dangerous but take #FabricReview hearing very seriously. (Billboard)
  • To be young in 2016 is now even more dull without Fabric. (Time Out)
  • Fabric RIP FAQ: everything you need to know about the club's closure. (Time Out)
  • The loss of Fabric is another blow to London's cultural reputation and the closure of the capital's leading club will hurt more than just music lovers. (New Statesman)
  • 'London will always have places to dance, but Fabric was more than that' - readers share their memories of the club. (Guardian)
  • Make no mistake: if Fabric was a cocaine-plagued members club for the wealthy, it never would have been shut down. (Independent - Coco Khan)
  • Fabric closure: What next for the UK's club scene? (BBC)
  • Even if you don't care about clubbing, Fabric's closure is a saddening blow to British culture. (Telegraph - Alice Vincent)
  • Fabric forever: Remembering one of the best clubs the UK has ever seen. (Mixmag)
  • Reaction: Fabric's closure is a cruel, unjust blow. (Clash)
  • Fabric: Seven things you can do today to protest the club’s closure. (Fact)
  • Fabric’s closure isn’t the end; the fight for UK nightlife starts now. (Thump)
  • Closing Fabric solves nothing. (Resident Advisor - Joe Muggs)
  • Fabric: a nightclub that thrived by taking dance music seriously. (Guardian - Alexis Petridis)
  • London’s mayor has attacked the decision to close Fabric. (FT)
  • Fabric Forever: Remembering one of the best clubs the UK has ever seen. (Mixmag)
  • Don’t blame clubs like Fabric for drug deaths – they don’t sell drugs. (INews)
  • I blame Fabric’s closure on this country’s backward drugs policy. (Guardian - David Nutt)
  • Fair trial or simply a formality? DJ Mag investigates Fabric's hearing. (DJMag)
  • Fabric is closed – so what does this mean for UK nightlife? (Mixmag)
  • Was this the real reason Fabric was shut down? 'Operation Lenor' and a cash-strapped council and police. (Independent)
  • People are leaving flowers and tributes outside of newly closed Fabric. (Thump)
  • A new nightclub called Clare is opening in Amsterdam, on site of the shut down of Studio 80. (RA)
  • Ibiza's SuperMartXé has released details about its closing party this Saturday. (Pulse)
  • London venue XOYO reveals big line-up for Shaun Bloodworthy fundraiser night. (Thump
  • South London venue Brixton Jamm has announced its line-up for autumn 2016. (Mixmag)
  • Closed London venue Shapes founder Seb Glover has claimed that the Hackney Wick venue was shut down by local authorities as part of plans to redevelop the area. (DJMag)
  • Brighton club Patterns has announced a string of events from October through December featuring Julio BashmoreBenji B and many more. (RA)
  • Bristolian Lamont has dropped a free mixtape via Swamp81. (Mixmag)
  • Twelve timeless dub records you need to check out. (Pulse)
  • The DA Hot 25 – playlist for September. (DA)
  • Eight lesser-known facts about Deadmau5's Random Album Title. (DA)
  • Fatboy Slim answers your questions. (Guardian2)
  • View the trailer for new dance music TV show Momentum. (Thump)
  • How Justin Bieber is making the biggest names in dance music even richer. (Forbes)
  • Meet Dubai’s electronic music giants Hollaphonic. (RB)
  • Berlin-based producer Avalon Emerson has dropped the fourth edition of her Cybernedits series with producer Bwana.  (Thump)
  • Second episode of Late Night Philosophy, with Julie Adenuga. (Thump)
  • Danny Tenaglia: “I’d hate to see Ibiza become glamorous like Las Vegas”. (Pulse)
  • A new documentary series has been launched by DJsounds, delving deep into the underground realms of dance music by city. (Mixmag)
  • Above & Beyond talk Anjunadeep stage takeover at Nocturnal Wonderland 2016. (Billboard)
  • This year Sven Väth’s Cocoon celebrated 20 years as a world-changing force in dance music. (Mixmag)
  • London-based duo Tim Clay and James Rapson stream new track as Lung Dart. (Thump)
  • German duo Mouse on Mars unveil new 13 minute audiovisual track. (Thump)
  • A Roland drum machine inspired the making of Bon Iver's new album. (Thump)
  • Eric Burton aka Rabit recently dropped Supreme, a surprise new 10-track album, limited to 100 copies. (Thump)
  • Dutch electronic musician, Legowelt announced a drawing competition affiliated with his own Nightwind Records imprint, where the winner receives a signed Yamaha PSS 570 FM synthesizer, along with a package of Legowelt music. (Thump)
  • HAAi is announced as new resident of London club Phonox. (Thump)
  • Antinote to release a trilogy of Tolouse Low Trax EPs. (RA)
  • US artist Eric Cloutier has announced a new label, Palinoia. (RA)
  • B12 will release an EP called All Abandon All on Central Processing Unit. (RA)
  • DVS1 has announced details for HUSH 20, a European tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of his sound company, party series and record label. (RA)
  • Nicole Moudaber's Mood Records label has released 10 remixes off material from Breed, her collaborative EP with Skin.  (RA)
  • A party series called ENRG will launch in Liverpool on Friday, September 30th with Floating Points. (RA)
  • Nautiluss will release his latest EP, Reflections, via Spectral Sound on September 23rd. (RA)
  • Mr. G has announced his new album, A Good Place...?, will be released on his own Phoenix G imprint in November. (Mixmag)
  • Skream is holding an Open To Close tour from October to December. (Mixmag)
  • Mr Mitch and Yamaneko are teaming up to release an EP under the name Yaroze Dream Suite.  (Mixmag)
  • London party Feelings is launching a label later this month with an EP from Kasra V.
  • Sony is set to release orchestral covers of Hacienda anthems. (RA)
  • Goldie threatens to melt down his MBE after Fabric closure. (RA)
  • Gilles Peterson has launched an online radio station, Worldwide FM. (RA)
  • Faithless - Ibiza Rocks (Pulse)
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