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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Cold Heart
Dusky
17 Steps
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This track marks the return of Dusky on their own label, 17 Steps. As you'd expect from the boys, there are some old warehouse flavours seeping through to the surface on this one, great use of the Korg M1 as well. Check it out, Cold Heart is this week's Essential New Tune.
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 32:50 mins here.
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Label: 17 Steps
Management: Allan McGrath, Involved Management
Radio: Clair Gill, Involved Management
Online: Angelica Golten, Tailored Communication
Live: Tom SchroederLucy Putman, Coda Agency
09 Jun 2017
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  • Stephen Bryan is joining YouTube as Head Of Label Relations. (Hypebot) He was previously SoundCloud’s Chief Content Officer.
  • Sponsored post: Ibiza Rocks, the famed brand that brought a bit of rock 'n’ roll to Ibiza, have upgraded to VOID's new Arcline system. "Void provides a cool credible system and we knew them as probably the most respected new player in the dance world. When we found out they had launched a new high end touring system, suitable for live and club, we were naturally drawn to working with them.” - Andy McKay - CEO and Founder of Ibiza Rocks Group. 
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  • Pete Tong is to bring his Ibiza Classics show to the Hollywood Bowl. (DA)
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  • Warp Records releases new Aphex Twin record at London's Field Day festival. (RA)
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