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Friday, 20 January 2012 Written by Elliott Batte
Kosheen Showcase New Single Ahead of Fourth Album Release - Watch Now

Bristol-based dance-producing trio Kosheen have returned to the scene with a new single, the first to be taken from their forthcoming fourth album ‘Independence’.

‘Get a New One’ follows their usual style of crossover dance music, and will hit shelves on February 13th – though Beatport users exclusively will be able to get the track on January 30th. Alongside the main Radio Edit mix, there’ll be a host of different remixes from drum and bass, dubstep, tech-house and breaks producers, meaning that you could be hearing version of the track at all kinds of raves and parties across the country pretty soon.

Tech Itch will be supplying the 170bpm badness, while H.E.N.C.H chief Jakes brings the dirty dubstep remix. If you’re into breaks, check out Way & Means remix of the track, and if house is your thing, listen to Kalm’s take on the track. You can check the original as well as every remix of the tune here.

Thanks to DJ support from stars in almost every dance genre imaginable, ‘Get a New One’ went straight in at #11 in the Music Week Cool Cuts chart, now occupying the #9 spot. Amongst the DJs digging the track and mixes are 16Bit, Rack N Ruin, Laurent Garnier, Anderson Noise, Trolley Snatcha, Friction, Adam F, Utah Jazz, Switch, Tony Senghore, Plump DJs, NAPT, Max Cooper, Kris Di Angelis, Moguai, Kaiserdisco, Satoshi Tomie and MiSK.

If you’re feeling the track, or are just a fan of Kosheen in general, you’ll be pleased to know that they’re planning a tour to coincide with the release of ‘Independence’, which is expected to come out sometime in the summer. Stay with Stereoboard to be the first to know about Kosheen tour dates when they’re announced.

To keep up-to-date with Kosheen, please visit www.kosheen.eu



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