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  1. TSA to close in 2018

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    Hello there,


    We hope this finds everyone well. There are some changes taking place at TSA that we wish to inform you of. After 7 years of working with some of our favourite artists from around the world, and forging relationships with some of the scene’s leading promoters, clubs and festivals, we have decided to call it a day and gradually wind things down.

    The owners of the company have decided that they no longer have the time to split between agency activity and their own careers as artists so at some point in 2018, TSA will be closing it’s doors.

    Business will continue as usual until Friday 19th January with Sarah (as agent) and Lubica (as head of operations) both working full time in this period (new bookings being taken, shows advanced in the usual way etc). We must also stress that all shows already contracted by TSA will go ahead as normal – all booking fees must be made to us in the same way (we appreciate your prompt payment of these!) and all shows for the remainder of this year and 2018 will continue to be advanced by TSA in the same way as usual.

    Please refer to the TSA website for our up to date roster or the respective artists’ social media platforms and please note Ally is no longer at TSA and Matt leaves on Friday 15th December.

    May we take this opportunity to say how much we’ve enjoyed working with you over this time, all the great shows we’ve put on together and wish you all the best for the future.

    Much love,

    TSA x

  2. Nebraska: Friends & Relations 003 – Out July 24th

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    Following acclaim for his EP on NYC’s Razor-N-Tape, Peckham-based producer Nebraska returns with two weighty string-led deep house grooves. ‘Rien Ne Vas Plus’ slowly builds to a lush, melodic wide-screen climax, while the crackly ‘Don’t You Know’ offers a rootsier, more dusty flavour. Both tracks are augmented with trackier DJ-friendly ‘version’ cuts, a nod to the classic 80s reggae 12″ format.


    Check two of the tracks out below.