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BEN TURNER
Co-Founder, International Music Summit
Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Triangle Echoes
DJ Seinfeld
!K7
tbc
Comment
This guy often gets talked about as the leader of the lo-fi scene and I was really taken aback when I heard this album, which features three brand new cuts from Seinfeld, including this one. I think is going to take him to a whole new level. This is Triangle Echoes from DJ Seinfeld. 
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen here.
Contact
Label: !K7
Management: Graeme Stewart, Stealth Management
Online / Radio / TV: Isis O’Regan, Worldwide Friendly Society
Live: Worldwide exc America: Ollie Seaman, Earth Agency/ America: Ben Shprits, Paradigm Agency
13 Jul 2018
  • VMS Live, the specialist music and venues company, has announced a series of new deals including two new venue partnerships and the appointment of BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Timzee to the position of development manager. (IQ)
  • A campaign has been launched to rebuild Detroit's most famous techno sound system. (Mixmag)
  • Chicago label Still Music rescues decades of house history from a south-side storage locker. (ChicagoReader)
  • Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey’s The Middle was the biggest selling song in the dance/electronic genre in Nielsen's 2018 US mid-year report. (Billboard)
  • Ibiza hotels have begun to offer major discounts as many businesses attempt to make up for the recent lack of demand from British, German and other foreign tourists during this year's high season. (Mixmag)
  • The UK's Home Office has said it “would not stand in the way” of drug testing at clubs and festivals. (Independent)
  • Eurorack prices fall as demand for modules continues to surge. (RA)
  • Modal Electronics announces SKULPT, a portable polyphonic synthesiser. (RA)
  • Elektron begins beta-testing Overbridge 2.0 software. (RA)
  • Outlook Festival announces full line-up. (DT)
  • Peggy Gou, Patrick Topping, Midland and more confirmed for new Edinburgh festival Leith Docks Sound System this August Bank Holiday weekend. (Mixmag)
  • Movement Torino is back once again, and with brand new dates for 2018, 12 & 13 October. (DHA)
  • HYTE is heading back to Amsterdam Dance Event for one night this October. (DHA)
  • FUSE will host a takeover at the Cuttin Headz event at Tobacco Dock in London. (Mixmag)
  • Life and Death and Innervisions unveil initial line-up for Rakastella in Miami. (Mixmag)
  • Fever Ray, Bicep, Bonobo and Bugzy Malone play 'special edition' of The Warehouse Project. (RA)
  • ​Dirtybird Campout reveals line-up with Roman Flügel, Madam X, Chris Lake and more. (Mixmag)
  • Thailand’s legendary Full Moon Party celebrates 30th anniversary in Spain. (Pulse)
  • Houghton Festival completes 2018 line-up with Helena Hauff, Mulatu Astatke, Antal. (RA)
  • Techno rave Her Damit, taking place 50 kilometres north of Berlin this September, has extended its running time to 79 hours. (Mixmag)
  • Creamfields festival has announced plans to remember Avicii with a 40-piece orchestral tribute. (FarOut)
  • How Red Bull became one of the most respected brands in music. (Forbes)
  • The drugs being used at UK festivals. (BBC)
  • Ben Turner: “Education is the key. Artists, managers – everybody needs to understand the flow of money”. (BMAT)
  • Deep Dish are to reunite at Pacha Ibiza for an exclusive show at Hot Since 82’s Labyrinth. (Decoded)
  • Erick Morillo and Mark Knight celebrate 15 years at Studio338. (DT)
  • Amsterdam's De School heads to Berlin club ://about blank with Ben UFO and Job Jobse. (RA)
  • London venue Red Gallery is closing. (RA)
  • Create your own reality: The Palestinian scene. (RA)
  • The art of DJing: DJ Bone. (RA)
  • Analog Tara is bringing her ‘homemade techno’ back to the outside world. (WashingtonPost)
  • The Liverpool-born producer Anton Powers recalls how Creamfields has transformed from a small event to a global behemoth. (EDM)
  • Nastia talks Ibiza, BURN residency and what it really takes to make it as an international touring DJ. (DJMag)
  • Charlotte de Witte: “I started going out to underground clubs at the age of 16 and 17. I lost my heart to the kind of music they were playing.” (Decoded)
  • Staying Cool with Tiga and the crusade against boring records. (DHA)
  • How to survive as an independent record label in 2018. (DJMag)
  • Luca Cara divides his time between the studio, the dance floor and a Sardinian corn farm. Matt Unicomb unpacks his cosmic minimal sound. (RA)
  • Dimitri From Paris explains what it really takes to remix a classic, his take on the great vinyl vs. digital debate, and how to be a legendary disco DJ in 2018. (DJMag)
  • Maya-Roisin Slater hears about the method behind Lucrecia Dalt’s surreal musical constructions. (RA)
  • Taipei producer Sonia Calico thinks globally but acts locally. (Fact)
  • Joe Hart celebrates 10 years of Body Hammer with 10 defining dancefloor fillers. (Fact)
  • Mexico City’s EXT party is inclusive, innovative and inexpensive. (Mixmag)
  • Techno titan Nina Kraviz: 'People were suspicious of a pretty woman making music’. (Guardian)
  • Electronic shock treatment: how dance music was born. (NewStateman)
  • The Theremin-playing, Dekmantel-slaying German DJ and producer Lena Willikens will take you on a trip through the dunes. (Mixmag)
  • Oneohtrix Point Never unveils EP with three new songs, The Station. (RA)
  • Lost electro obscurity from Black Lodge revived by Warp sub-label Arcola. (RA)
  • Sophie has confirmed a collaboration on Lady Gaga's new album. (Mixmag)
  • Marquis Hawkes has announced the details of his new album. (Mixmag)
  • Jeff Mills' electronic jazz quartet Spiral Deluxe announce debut album. (Mixmag)
  • Giorgio Moroder returns with a dark new score titled Moyocoyotzin. (Mixmag)
  • Maceo Plex's new sub-label will explore the darker sides of techno. (Mixmag)
  • Axwell ^ Ingrosso paid a touching tribute to Avicii at Ultra Europe this past weekend. (DJMag)
  • Solomun issues an apology for playing a track with an Islamic call to prayer sample during his set at Kappa Futur. (Mixmag)
  • Scuba to take 'extended break from touring’. (RA)
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