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Pete Tong's Essential New Tune
Tempest (Adam Port Europa Remix)
Lessons
Sinnbus Records
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This weeks Essential New Tune is something that has grown and grown on me. I've been playing this out a lot and week after week it seems to build and get an incredible reaction. It's one of those honest and earned Essential New Tunes, it really does work and I think we'll be playing it all summer. It comes from a German/Finnish trio called Lessons, the track is called Tempest but it's all about the Adam Port remix. Check this out...
This week's featured Essential New Tune was featured in last week’s Friday show on BBC Radio 1. Listen again and forward to 26:15 mins here.
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Label: Sinnbus
Management: Lessons - Peter Gruse, Sinnbus / Adam Port - Daniel Rérat, Keine Musik
Publishing: Mute Song / BMG
Radio: Adam Carter, Exclusive Promo
TV: Peter Gruse, Sinnbus
Online: Adam Carter, Exclusive Promo
Live: Lessons - Robert Hillebrand, dq Agency
30 Jun 2017
  • New record store PALMA39 opens in Madrid. (RA)
  • Detroit's mayor is open to the city being a destination for techno parties. (Mixmag)
  • One dead, four in critical condition after taking "highly potent" MDMA in Oldham, Greater Manchester. (Mixmag)
  • Sony Music to start pressing records after nearly 30-year hiatus. (Mixmag)
  • Konstantin and the Giegling crew have been dropped from the line-up of London festival Sunfall following Konstantin's comments that 'men are better DJs than women'. (Mixmag)
  • Smirnoff Sound Collective has announced its Equalising Music Initiative, aiming to address the gender imbalance, and has committed to doubling the number of female headliners by 2020, supported by a committee including representatives from IMS, AFEM and SheSaid.So. (RotD)
  • WME agent David Levy this week sent this important link regarding the Grenfell fire disaster in London, please take the time to read and consider donating. 

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  • Roland has added its iconic 1980’s synth, the D-50, to its digital subscription service. Access to the RolandCloud is only $19.95 ($US) per month. (DJMag)
  • Arturia adds new polyrhythm and scene modes to BeatStep Pro sequencer. (Fact)
  • Behringer’s Minimoog clone now available to pre-order for $299. (Fact)
  • Pallas is a new patchable semi-modular synth for Ableton Live. (Fact)
  • SoundCloud has added Next Up, a feature for desktop and mobile devices that allows users to see what’s playing next with a visible queue. (Hypebot)
  • Beatport gets producers mentored by record labels with Beats In School. (Mixmag)
  • What to Watch Next: YouTube's unofficial dance music curators take their brands offline. (Billboard)
  • Through the first six months of 2017, Spotify and Apple Music have grown their combined total US streams by 60%. (Hits)
  • Over 65% of channels that use YouTube’s Super Chat, where fans purchase highlighted chat messages, have more than doubled their income during live streams. (YouTube)
  • YouTube’s CEO says there’s 1.5bn logged in viewers visiting every single month, spending over an hour a day watching YouTube on mobile devices alone. (YouTube) A new 180-degree VR video format was announced during the keynote speech.
  • Australian festival Strawberry Fields announces 2017 line-up including Peggy Gou, Hunee and Soichi Terada. (Mixmag)
  • Awakenings books Dixon, Sasha & John Digweed for Electric Zoo 2017 in New York. (RA)
  • Regis, Wolf Eyes, Varg join Berlin Atonal 2017 line-up. (RA)
  • Creamcake announces Europool summer program of talks and performances with Mobilegirl, Riccardo Benassi, Ziúr, Steven Warwick and more are signed up. (Mixmag)
  • International Deejay Gigolo Records announces four-day party in Berlin for 20th anniversary. (RA)
  • The xx's Night + Day Festival in Iceland cancelled after venue declared endangered area. (Mixmag)
  • Pasquale Rotella, founder of Electric Daisy Carnival and head honcho of parent company Insomniac events, has said major changes to EDC's Las Vegas edition are set to be announced soon. (DJMag)
  • Konstantin and the Giegling crew have been dropped from the line-up of London festival Sunfall following Konstantin conversely saying that men are better DJs than women. (Mixmag)
  • A music-lover's guide to tinnitus. (RA)
  • Drug checking won't abolish the risk of taking drugs, but it's still important. (Mixmag)
  • We still need to talk about sexism in dance music. (Pulse)
  • Raoul Chatterjee on SoundCloud's music discovery revolution. (MusicWeek)
  • Stop saying there isn’t a strong female presence in dance music. (Mixmag)
  • IMS: Female DJs deal with gender imbalance. (BBC)
  • Doorly & Friends returns to EGG London. (DT)
  • Marco Carola’s Music On Amnesia Ibiza season continues with Lauren Lane and Apollonia. (Fact)
  • Hector announces Ibiza Underground residency. (Mixmag)
  • Tresor is hosting a four-day “new wave rave” marathon. (DJMag)
  • The Haçienda closed 20 years ago - look back at Manchester's legendary nightclub. (MEN)
  • Seven pieces of gear that prove Kraftwerk are technological trailblazers. (Fact)
  • Seven DJs explain how to get a gig in Ibiza. (Mixmag)
  • Martin Solveig's seven favourite Ibiza hangouts. (Pulse)
  • The hedonistic beauty of Glastonbury's Block9 in 13 photos. (Mixmag)
  • 22 images that capture the glory of Glastonbury 2017. (Mixmag)
  • Faithless' Sister Bliss picks 10 Ibiza classics. (Pulse)
  • A city guide to Amsterdam by Deltawerk. (DT)
  • Breaking Through: Lanark Artefax. (RA)
  • Breaking Through: Deena Abdelwahed. (RA)
  • Get Familiar: Map.ache. (XLR8R)
  • Hi-Five: DJ Haus. (XLR8R)
  • In Conversation With… DJ Eli Iwasa. (DT)
  • Goldie: 'David Bowie was a beautiful soul, I love him dearly' (MusicWeek)
  • My Philosophy: Goldie. (Insomniac)
  • Goldie's voyage into another galaxy. (DJMag)
  • Into the future: Sinjin Hawke is building a utopia of what he wants music to sound like. (Mixmag)
  • The master: Patrick Cowley created the definitive I Feel Love remix. (Mixmag)
  • An underground resource brings house and techno back to its roots. (CDM)
  • How Major Lazer bet on diversity (and data) to make global hits: ‘The audience controls music now’. (Billboard)
  • The death strobe of EDM, or Daft Punk at Coachella for dummies. (Hazlitt)
  • DJ Pioneer and Distro present their guide to UK funky. (Fabric)
  • Happy Accidents: The gear that changed electronic music by mistake. (DJMag)
  • Laurel Halo shakes up her sound after partnering with a humanoid pop star. (NYTimes)
  • Recently, acts like Huerco S, Steve Hauschildt and Patricia have played ambient shows in a 109-year-old Gothic Revival church in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Kevin Lozano gets the story. (Pitchfork)
  • A list of female DJs who are better than you. (IfOnly)
  • Warung: The Brazilian outpost that became a clubbing empire. (Pulse)
  • Ikonika discusses her latest album's Dark Tones with RBMA.
  • Chicago producer Jana Rush, AKA JARu, speaks to the Chicago Tribune on her return to music with Pariah, her debut album out next month. 
  • Joe Goddard the crate digger. (VinylFactory)
  • Monoloc: “Afterlife stands clearly for its own sound and style”. (Pulse)
  • Watch The Crystal Method gear up for a tour with Tool, chat about new music in his studio. (AXS)
  • Vancouver's new electronic scene is breaking the boys club. (Thump)
  • How Milkshake became “the most open-minded electronic music festival” in the world. (Pulse)
  • Larry Heard discusses the making of Can You Feel It. (Thump)
  • Tiesto talks EDM's pop makeover in Las Vegas and how Sven Väth inspired his career. (Billboard)
  • How Splash House founder Tyler McLean went from college kid to festival power player. (Billboard)
  • Meet the underground talent of HARD Summer: Madam X. (DA)
  • Calvin Harris on what it's like to be the richest DJ in the world. (GQ)
  • I Feel Love: Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder created the template for dance music as we know it. (Mixmag)
  • When disco ruled the world: Casablanca Records was the debauched centre of the Universe. (Mixmag)
  • B12’s ambient techno classic Electro-Soma to be reissued on Warp. (Fact)
  • Gorgon City announce a US and UK tour this autumn. (Mixmag)
  • Alison Wonderland returns to Australia for her Wonderland Scarehouse Project. (Mixmag)
  • ​Lunice releases riotous new single featuring Denzel Curry. (Mixmag)
  • Art Department's Jonny White launches Music Against Animal Cruelty. (Mixmag)
  • Doc Martin drops three edits inspired by Detroit's legendary Old Miami party. (Mixmag)
  • Acido Records releases Porn Sword Tobacco double-pack, 2017. (RA)
  • RVNG Intl. to release electro-acoustic 'sensory percussion' album from free jazz drummer Greg Fox. (RA)
  • Vancouver's Isla announces next two tapes, from Slim Media Player and Jardín. (RA)
  • Don Diablo set to play special extended set at Exchange LA. (DA)
  • Binh returns to Time Passages with ThisThat EP. (RA)
  • Anthony Linell (a.k.a Abdulla Rashim) preps new Northern Electronics LP. (XLR8R)
  • Deep Dish member Sharam announces new album, Collecti. (RA)
  • Posthumous DJ mixes by Heiko MSO surface online. (RA)
  • Juan Atkins and Moritz Von Oswald return as Borderland with Angles EP. (XLR8R)
  • Deep Dish member Sharam announces new album, Collecti. (RA)
  • Posthumous Trevino remix appears on new Deniz Kurtel EP, The Fifth House. (RA)
  • Meander celebrates 10 years with Family Jubilee II. (XLR8R)
  • Patricia announces third album, Several Shades Of The Same Color. (RA)
  • DJ Snake announces new music is on the way. (DA)
  • DJ Tennis and Marvin & Guy dig into '90s Italian techno on new label, Life Of Marvin. (RA)
  • Lunice details new album, CCCLX, for LuckyMe. (RA)
  • New documentary tells the history of iconic NYC record shop Other Music. (Mixmag)
  • Kungs announces monthly music show on SiriusXM BPM. (Billboard)
  • Pan Daijing announces debut album Lack 惊蛰 on PAN. (Mixmag)
  • Secret Solstice - Iceland (DHA)
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