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BEN TURNER
Co-Founder, International Music Summit
Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Let Me Take You Back
Moscoman
Diynamic Music
out now
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This week’s Essential New Tune comes from Moscoman, who has put out some damn cool underground music over the past few years. He’s back with a brand new 6 track EP for Diynamic and it's this one that’s been doing the business for me over the last couple of months. Channelling a lot of old Detroit melodic techno, this week’s Essential New Tune is Let Me Take You Back.
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 30:35 mins here.
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Label: Pete Oldak, Diynamic Music
Management: Pete Oldak, Diynamic 
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Club: Pete Oldak, Diynamic 
12 Oct 2018
  • Sentric Music has combined with Black Rock Publishing to launch Sentric Electronic – a dedicated electronic music publishing service. (RotD)
  • Electronic music promotions company Listen Up has unveiled plans to expand into the Asian market. They will open offices in Shanghai and Hong Kong, with founder Luke Neville and partner James Mack going into business with former Sony Music exec Ryan Wilson. (Music Week)
  • Simon Dunmore tweeted - Heavy rumours that, due 2 low numbers, 2 established UK brands will not return 2 Ibiza next summer. If so it really does underline Defected's move to San An has paid off. San An remains the gateway for many & these kids are our future. Making nightlife in Ibiza affordable is key.
  • A recent study published by The European College of Neuropsychopharmacology revealed the regular use of the drug GHB may have negative effects on "long-term memory, working memory [and] IQ" while raising stress and anxiety. (Mixmag
  • Over 80% of people working in the music industry are suffering with continuous levels of stress, anxiety and depression, a new survey suggests. (FI)
  • Groove, the Berlin-based dance music publication to stop print magazine after nearly 30 years. (RA
  • More than one-third of global music listeners are still pirating music, according to a new report by the IFPI. (Guardian) The IFPI estimated that YouTube represented an annual revenue of less than $1 per user, compared to $20 on Spotify.
  • Dance music industry back PRS for Music and PPL as music recognition technology is extended to nightclubs. (RotD)
  • 5 of the best 808-style beatmakers. (Mixmag
  • Moog shares first footage of flagship Moog One polysynth. (Fact
  • DJ Snake has become the fifth artist in Spotify history to rack up more than one billion streams on two original songs - Lean On with Major Lazer & MØ and Let Me Love You with Justin Bieber. (Billboard)
  • SoundCloud is opening up its direct monetisation programme to the public, finally giving most artists the ability to make money off of the platform. The programme, called SoundCloud Premier, was created four years ago but has been limited to an invite-only beta until now. (Billboard)
  • Body & Soul, Louie Vega and DJ Spen in for Jamaica Frenzy, a House Music fesitval for 2019. (DT)
  • DefQon 1 may relocate to Canberra following this year's deaths at the festival. (DJ Mag
  • From Martin Garrix and Zedd to Illenium and Kaskade, Hakkasan is bringing a gang of talent to Las Vegas for Halloween. (DA
  • Night Tales is returning to East London this October complete with a weighty winter programme featuring Skream, Luke Solomun, Sonny Fodera, PillowTalk and Trus’Me. (Mixmag)
  • Nightlife activism needs real organization and getting involved in local politics. (RA
  • Is artificial intelligence a threat to the production music industry or a useful resource? (Broadcast)
  • Is data changing the way we write music? (M
  • A deep dive into what made Fabric mixes so essential. (Pitchfork)
  • The cultural purge of London’s most debauched clubs. (Dazed)
  • What will Brexit mean for UK DJs? (DJ Mag
  • Chicago club The Mid is to close in February, the venue has announced. (DJ Mag)
  • Paris boat club Batofar closes permanently after running in to financial difficulties. (RA
  • Iconic Düsseldorf nightspot, Salon des Amateurs, has announced that it is set to close for “undisclosed period”, after a closing weekend that runs from 2nd to 5th November. (DJ Mag)
  • London nightclub XOYO has undergone extensive refurbishment with the club's main room having received a complete layout change, lighting improvements and an additional soundsystem. (Mixmag
  • Sony Music Entertainment has entered into a “worldwide talent development partnership” with producer/DJ Kygo and his manager Myles Shear. (Variety
  • Detroit Swindle: How I Play Live (DJ Mag
  • Hot new tracks for October (Ibiza Spotlight)
  • October: Six artists you need to check out this month. (Mixmag
  • The top 15 house tracks of September 2018. (Magnetic)
  • Get to know German house and techno artist Julian Wassermann. (EDM Identity
  • Producer Mark Fell on his love of FM synthesis and algorithmic composition. (Fact
  • Electric Rhythm: The history of the drum machine. [watch] (Reverb
  • Annie Mac on how to succeed in a male-dominated industry. (Stylist)
  • Richy Ahmed chats about FourThirtyTwo upcoming shows. (DT
  • Christian Bachmann talks through his new LP Stardust. (DT)
  • Old DJ sets resurfacing on the web reveal the true outlines of dance music history. (Mixmag)
  • Solid Gold: How Daft Punk's Discovery reshaped dance music for the digital age. (DJ Mag)
  • Ask the Experts: The Orb's Alex Paterson. (XLR8R
  • Nachtbraker's eclectic output of funky dance music is making an impact. (Mixmag)
  • Secret DJ Interview (Ibiza Voice)
  • Jonas Rathsman discusses his home studio he built himself, the new ELEMENTS series, and more. (EDM
  • Ida's acid flash parties are making an impact on Scotland's clubbing scene. (Mixmag)
  • The rapid rise of Peggy Gou. (Ibiza Voice)
  • Alison Wonderland is the star electronic dance music needs now. (Forbes
  • Get to know Poté, the bleeding-edge talent merging percussive prowess with a psychedelic flair. (Mixmag)
  • Alesso chats about Remedy with Conor Maynard and more. [video] (Billboard)
  • Kraftwerk nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. (DJ Mag
  • Gold Panda & Jas Shaw of Simian Mobile Disco share surprise debut album, On Reflection, as Selling. (XLR8R)
  • Robert Hood to mix the next DJ Kicks compilation. (Mixmag
  • Flying Lotus confirms his new album is being mastered. (Fader
  • Moby is selling a selection of vintage and rare drum machines from his personal collection for charity. (DJ Mag
  • Aphex Twin’s entire Warp discography can now be streamed for free, including a number of previously-unreleased tracks. (DJ Mag)  
  • Martin Garrix has revealed he has "a lot" of new music coming soon. (DJ Mag
  • AlunaGeorge have released a new six track EP, Champagne Eyes. (DA
  • 78-year-old Giorgio Moroder will embark on his first ever live tour across Europe and the UK in spring 2019. (RA
  • Marshmello wins the American Music Award for Favourite Artist – Electronic Dance Music. (Your EDM
  • David Morales was reportedly detained in Fukuoka on Saturday afternoon after customs officials found 0.3g in his possession. (RA
  • Steve Aoki & TWIIG go hard and heavy on new track Hoovela. (Billboard)
  • Mr. Oizo and Boys Noize to reunite as Handbraekes on Ed Banger Records. (Mixmag
  • Skrillex teases Agen Wida collaboration with JOYRYDE. (Billboard)
  • Hardwell's last live show at the Metropole Orkest will be live streamed. (Broadway World
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