Pete Tong announces his new album

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British born DJ Pete Tong is getting ready to release a new album. Tong, who works for BBC Radio 1 in the UK will be putting together a compiled sic of house music and classics in one disc, entitled The Pete Tong Collection.

The album will feature dance music from the last three decades with 60 of the leading tracks from that period being featured.

Tong, who hosts programmes such as Essential Mix and Essential Collection on the BBC, says that this is the right time to be releasing an album such as this.

“And remember where we were when we first heard these life-changing anthems. The music hasn’t gone away and its influences have only spread further, with the sound crossing over into almost any genre you’ll hear in 2013,” he told Resident Advisor.

Tong has his own record label FFRR Records and also performs in nightclubs and at music festivals across Europe.

The former resident of the Pacha Club in Ibiza is one of the most recognized DJ’s in Europe.

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Brendon Moeller prepares to release new LP

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The Frequency Of Love; Next Exit; Guilty Pleasures, these are just some of the tunes you’ll be able to hear on Brendon Moeller’s new LP entitled Storming Heaven set to hit the shops in November. Moeller is perhaps more popularly known as Echologist.

According to news on electronic news website, Resident Advisor, the album “reflects ideas from composers that inspire the musician. Moeller, it added “has attempted to personalize and interpret these influences, creating something that is idiosyncratic and nostalgic.”

The last full length album that Echologist released was Subterranean, back in 2011. He has also released other works under his own name Brendon Moeller, an LP entitled Works, in 2012 on the Electric Deluxe label.

Subterranean was released on Moeller’s Steadfast label however Storming Heaven will be released on the Prologue label. Prologue is also responsible for Mechanics of Joy an Echologist EP released this year.

Other tracks on the album include Tricks OfThe Shade, Storming Heaven, Even If And Especially When, Deep Fried, Lost, Down The Rabbit Hole, and Stepping Out.

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Axel Boman prepares for “Family Vacation”

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Swedish musician Axel Boman (edit something about Axel here) is in prep mode. The Stockholm-based musician is set to release his debut album “Family Vacation” in November.

The album will be released through Studio Banhus, another Stockholm native that Boman operates along with Kornél Kovács and Petter Nordkvist.

“I decided to go through the vast collection of ideas and sketches I had on my computer, as a final project before I set that machine on fire and let it all go up in flames, kind of like what Lee “Scratch” Perry did with The Black Ark in Kingston in the ’70s,” Boman told Resident Advisor.

“A friend says the album sounds like ‘weird Jamaican space disco,’ so maybe it’s a fitting reference.”

Boman hit the music scene in 2008 with an irreverent look at house music and he hasn’t looked back since. His music has been on labels such as DFA, Permanent Vacation, Hypercolour and DJ Koze‘s Pampa Records.

Pampa Records released Boman’s breakthrough beat Holy Love. HE has also teamed up with Talabot under the moniker Talaboman on a beat called “Sideral”. That track was included on Talabot’s upcoming DJ-Kicks mix.

Family Vacation will be released on double-vinyl, CD and digital.

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