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Dusky Unveil ‘Love Taking Over’

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The good news just keeps on coming for fans of UK house duo Dusky with the pairing following up the announcement of the inauguration of their new label 17 steps with their new ‘Love Taking Over’ EP by making the title track available as a stream.

Set to arrive July 14, the release is a more techno orientated affair than a lot of their previous works and coincides with the announcement of a second wave of international tour dates  which kick off in the UK in September before heading to Germany, making the trip across the Atlantic to the US then heading down through New Zealand and Australia, back to Europe and culminating in a glorious return to the UK.  The player for ‘Love Taking Over’ as well as full details of their upcoming tour dates can be found below.

Tour Dates

September 25 Birmingham, UK September 26 Brighton, UK September 27 Berlin, Germany September 29 Edinburgh, UK October 03 Dublin, Ireland October 04 London, UK October 10 Cologne, Germany October 11 Munich, Germany October 17 Brussels, Belgium October 18 Liverpool, UK October 23 Miami, USA October 24 New York, USA October 25 Chicago, USA October 31 San Francisco, USA November 05 Christchurch, New Zealand November 06 Auckland, New Zealand November 07 Brisbane, Australia November 08 Sydney, Australia November 08 Canberra, Australia November 09 Tasmania, Australia November 13 Adelaide, Australia November 14 Perth, Australia November 15 Wollongong, Australia November 16 Melbourne, Australia November 21 Leeds, UK November 22 Barcelona, Spain November 28 Toulouse, France November 29 Paris, France December 05 Glasgow, UK December 06 Manchester, UK

Sign-up for advance tickets at www.duskymusic.com. Pre-sale tickets and venue announcements will be mailed out on Monday 16th June.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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