It’s that time of the week again and the Friday Radio Update is back!
Essential MixUntil the next time, enjoy!
This weekend for the first time, Essential Mix is at the Skolbeats Festival in Brazil which is regarded as one of its finest dance music festivals. Kicking things off at an earlier time of 11pm (GMT) on Saturday, 16th April, Pete Tong and Fergie will be hosting the sounds of DJ Marky, Anderson Noise and Gabo. Following on at 2am (GMT), Essential Mix will be in full gear with Hernan Cattaneo, Layo & Bushwacka and more. This is going to be awesome!
Another solid week for Proton Radio. To start things off, Friday is the one to tune into if you’re a Max Graham fan. His show Shine begins at 12pm (EST). On Saturday be sure to catch one of New York’s finest, Jason Jollins as he presents his show Momentum. Featuring the talents of Brazil’s Manuel Sofia aka MOS, the show will start at 6pm (EST). The talented Texan, D:Fuse returns with his show The Lift Room on Tuesday which kicks off at 9pm (EST). Tune in for some quality beats.
For all you techno freaks, Breezeblock on Monday 18th April features a very special night of Berlin sounds. Hosted by Mary Anne-Cobbs, this week the show will present the ubercoolische™ sounds of Ewan Pearsan, Plastikman (aka Richie Hawtin) and the Kompakt Crew. Tune for the best in minimal sounds at 11pm (GMT).
A site that’s been quickly growing in popularity with dance music fiends is Eccentric Beats. On Tuesday, 19th April features one of it’s more popular shows, Atomic Beats. Hosted by Andy Hunter and Darren Adam, this weeks show features the talents of DJ and producer Quivver. Responsible for some of the best progressive house tracks, Quivver (John Graham) is sure to create a superb mix. Tune into Atomic Beats at 8pm (GMT).
A favourite on the Australian radio waves is Triple J. This Saturday, 16th April, JJJ MixUp features a classics set from Adelaide homegrown HMC from October 1995 and Germany’s Dr Motte from June 1995. Be sure to set your clocks for 1pm (GMT)