THURSDAY

Alan Fitzpatrick

12:00amTHURSDAY

12:00amTHURSDAY

We Are The Brave Radio is a dynamic weekly show featuring live and studio mixes from Alan Fitzpatrick and his guests with very freshest new exclusive music and news from the cutting edge of the techno scene.

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DRUMCODE RADIO

1:00amTHURSDAY

1:00amTHURSDAY

From the fertile Swedish underground to the peak of global club culture, the reign of Adam Beyer continues to pull on the heartstrings of modern techno like few others of the time. A festival headliner, sought after recording artist and enigmatic DJ entity, the Stockholm-based heavyweight’s brick-by-brick legacy has seen his functional and focussed take on the techno sound become one of the genre’s most sought after and respected sounds. As much a musical identity as it is an attitude within the underground world, the two decade and counting reign of Beyer’s Drumcode imprint has seen the home-grown label evolve into a versatile brand recognized across the globe. From branded events and festival stages to the extension of its branded radio show across more than 53 countries, the label continues to deliver cutting edge records with the DJ very much in mind.The past 12months have seen the brand’s 20th anniversary, the inauguration of Junction 2 Festival int he UK and more exciting international tour duties than ever before for the Swedish techno icon and his unshakable musical legacy.

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EATS EVERYTHING

2:00amTHURSDAY

2:00amTHURSDAY

Eats Everything, aka Daniel Pearce, is at the forefront of a very rich history of talented DJ’s and Producers to come out of Bristol, England. The larger-than-life beat maker made a rapid and far-reaching impact on the electronic music scene in 2011 when the fittingly titled debut ‘Entrance Song’ was released on Catz N Dogz’ ‘Pets Recordings’ imprint, and the track went on to become championed by the likes of Carl Cox, Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones, and Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. His mashup of Tiga vs Audion’s ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ – humorously entitled ‘Dancing (Again!)’ – was one of the biggest breakthrough hits of 2015, and he was soon spinning his own unique take on one of the most iconic underground dance records of all time, Green Velvet’s ‘Flash’. Eats Everything has since become one of the most in demand remixers in the business, proving his remix abilities by adding the Midas touch across a wide range of tracks from the likes of Fatboy Slim, Niles Rodgers, Jamie Jones, Disclosure, Four Tet, Matador and Booka Shade. After winning DJ Magazine’s ‘Best British DJ’, and becoming the only DJ ever to perform two BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes within the space of a year, Eats Everything debuted at #13 in Resident Advisor’s Top DJs poll during 2012. A technical wizard on the decks, his obsession with House, Techno and Disco shone through immediately, displaying the ‘studio geek’ inside the Bristolian, which led to him mixing the ‘Fries With That’ compilation on Hypercolour Records, launching it with a very special intimate Boiler Room set in Bristol at the beginning of 2015. Stepping things up a notch, he later took on one of the world’s most acclaimed mix series, fabric 86, in honour of the iconic London superclub - firmly cementing him as an underground DJ. Always one to go with the moment rather than to meticulously plan out sets, it is this party-ready approach that saw him become a key member of the elrow family early on, playing for the world-famous Spanish brand as an all night resident during their Ibiza season, as well as at many of their major European festival stage takeovers and club nights. All this in addition to a continuing dizzy array of high profile gigs; from Awakenings Festival, Movement Detroit, Kappa Futur Festival, Paradise DC10, Coachella to the Space Ibiza closing party, and his own personal favourite, Glastonbury, where his reputation as a local hero is set in stone. Now firmly established as one of the UK’s finest House and Techno exports, Eats Everything has more recently become a key part RESISTANCE, which is an integral component of the ULTRA Festival brand worldwide. Regardless of his success, Eats Everything has stayed true to his roots, never forgetting where his story began, and aside from throwing parties for family, friends and his biggest fans, he has held three ‘Food For Thought’ lectures across schools in England, talking to inspired students about his musical journey and creative processes within the studio, having honed his skills since first obtaining a pair of decks at the age of 12. In addition, he became a firm advocate for the ‘Last Night a DJ Saved My Life’ charity, aiding to provide safe clean water across Africa and India by performing very special NYE performances at The Nest and fabric in London, in honour of the organisation and donating all proceeds to the charity. Making incredible music that resonates further than just the confines of underground House and Techno, the larger than life character is known for his confidence both on camera, and on radio, where his naturally gifted hosting skills have led to the headstrong producer garnering a reputation as the people’s champion. Following a hugely successful 12 month stint on the BBC Radio 1 Residency, Eats Everything was quickly appointed as a deputy host for Radio 1’s Dance specialist broadcasts, allowing his boisterous persona to shine through on the UK’s favourite station. His radio output doesn’t end there - whilst his globally syndicated weekly ‘Edible Beats’ radio show is now airing on over 70 FM stations around the world, stretching all the way from Argentina to Australia and everywhere in between, it was recently awarded best Electronic Music show and Listeners Choice for the 2018 Mixcloud radio awards. His Edible imprint – a joint project with fellow Bristol music legend Nick Harris – continues to go from strength to strength, releasing standout tracks from the likes of Skream, Paul Woolford, Waze & Odyssey,Eats Everything himself and newcomers like Alex Virgo. With Edible now 15 releases in, the label continues delivering high quality House, Techno and Disco influenced records that resonate broadly and with a respective nod to its past. This year sees Eats Everything launch his new A.T.E alias and event series as he looks to diversify his musical output through a combination of live branded shows, a brand new record label in collaboration with Spanish Techno hero Andres Campo, entitled EI8HT, which also provides him a platform to release no-nonsense European techno with a British twist, and to sign music from his globally renowned peers. With 2018 already shaping up to be the biggest and best year so far in the meteoric rise of Eats Everything, the Bristolian native has a range of solid new music soon to be released on Carl Cox’s infamous INTEC imprint, which is a huge honour for him and says “Carl’s always been a childhood hero of mine, and a really great moment in my life was when I got to play at the Discoteca in Space before him”, Dense & Pika’s fledgling Kneaded Pains, along with remixes for Tiga’s “You’re So Special” on Turbo and an ‘Eats Rebeef’ of Size 9’s classic “I’m Ready” on Josh Wink’s legendary OVUM, proving Eats Everything to be one of the most consistent premiere names on the scene.

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Tronic Radio

3:00amTHURSDAY

3:00amTHURSDAY

The popularity of Christianʼs big-room, crossover sound with its melodic, euphoric highs and rhythmical funk energy is testament to the multi-genre draw of Christianʼs music. This breadth of appeal is evident in both the DJ support Christian receives and also in the gigs Christian plays.

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Transmissions

4:00amTHURSDAY

4:00amTHURSDAY

Boris held residencies at almost every major club in the United States such as Pacha NY, Space Miami, Bijou Boston and many many more. He has received awards nominations throughout the years, including America's Best DJ and Club World award for Best Resident. In the Transmissions radio show you can enjoy his sets along with other incredible guests.

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Rudosa

5:00amTHURSDAY

5:00amTHURSDAY

An hour of hard-hitting techno, Rudosa is excited to present to you Moments In Time Radio! Although considered a breakthrough artist in recent times, Rudosa has been a standout talent for a commendable period in underground circles. Since first announcing his arrivalvon the scene well over a decade ago, he has carved out a definitive sonic palette that has understandably brought its fair share of kudos from both industry specialists and club-goers alike. This wholehearted peer support has led to international tours not only around the UK and Europe, but further afield to India, a domain well-known for its love of robust underground techno music. Now standing as one of the circuit’s leading UK proponents, Rudosa’s deserving reflection from fellow DJs has ensured his elevation to even greater heights in recent years, with his productions proving commonplace among the touring playlists of Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, ANNA, Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte, Maceo Plex, Carl Cox and Stephan Bodzin among others. This ever-flourishing discography of original productions and remix projects has seen him affiliate with benchmark labels Suara, Noir Music, Phobiq Recordings and We Are The Brave, to name just a few. No stranger to the dizzying heights of Beatport’s top-charting territories, Rudosa has enjoyed footholds inside the Top 10 and Top 5 respectively with many of his works; most notably his 2019 Move With Me EP (Saura), which peaked at No.5 on Beatport’s Techno chart. Further success followed in 2019 with the release of his 3-cut Technical Difficulties offering, which climbed the ranks to achieve a No.3 spot. Rounding out the year with an inaugural release on his own highly anticipated Moments In Time imprint, Rudosa’s Obsolescense EP graced the Top 5, cultivating a lasting impression with a global audience and firmly setting a precedent of things to come. Continuing this rich vein of form into 2020, the label head dropped a boisterous remix of Joyhauser’s Entropy, firmly cementing his acid-led sensibilities within the techno landscape. With an upcoming VA compilation release on the label and the launch of a new monthly radio show Moments In Time Radio Show, the label boss and Make Me A DJ music school founder is on track for another career defining year, as he prepares to conquer new territories with his busiest touring schedule to date.

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Non-Stop Vibe

6:00amTHURSDAY

6:00amTHURSDAY

Non-stop dance hits![...]

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Back In The Day

12:00pmTHURSDAY

12:00pmTHURSDAY

An hour of club classics and old school anthems every day!

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Non-Stop Vibe

1:00pmTHURSDAY

1:00pmTHURSDAY

Non-stop dance hits![...]

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The Vibe Mix: Thursday

7:00pmTHURSDAY

7:00pmTHURSDAY

The World's Best DJ's In The Mix!

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Lucas & Steve

8:00pmTHURSDAY

8:00pmTHURSDAY

Dutch DJs Lucas & Steve joined forces in 2010 and quickly started to impress the scene with their productions. With music getting released on various labels (including Spinnin' Records and Armada Music), and recently being listed by Beatport in their Top 3 House Producers, their triumphal march through nowadays house music is getting more impressive by the day. Their tunes received wide support from DJs like Tiësto, Chuckie, Fedde Le Grand, Axwell ^ Ingrosso, Oliver Heldens, Martin Garrix, Sander Van Doorn, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Pete Tong, Armin van Buuren, Avicii, Don Diablo, Afrojack, The Magician, MK, Roger Sanchez and many more. The star of Lucas & Steve is getting brighter by the end of 2014, leading them to sign an exclusive deal with world famous label Spinnin' Records and MusicAllStars Management. It turns the duo into part of a new generation of fresh, aspiring house producers.

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CLUBLIFE BY TIESTO

9:00pmTHURSDAY

9:00pmTHURSDAY

Tiësto is a name that no longer needs an introduction. He is synonymous with the best of electronic music, and continues to inspire a generation of up-and-coming young artists. In addition to two Grammy nominations and a Grammy win in 2015, Tiësto has been named the #1 DJ by Rolling Stone, voted “The Greatest DJ of All Time” by Mixmag, ranked the #1 DJ in the world three times by DJ Mag, and was recently awarded the Edison Pop Oeuvre Lifetime Achievement Award (an honor he shares with David Bowie, Quincy Jones and U2 among others). After conquering the house and trance worlds, the superstar producer led the charge in helping electronic music crossover into the mainstream with his last album, A Town Called Paradise in 2014. His single “Red Lights” is now certified gold in the US, Sweden and Canada, while “Wasted” with Matthew Koma recently went platinum in the US and is his highest-charting release to date. Clearly a taste of what was to come, Tiësto has recently dropped new tunes with the The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, and pop sensation Natalie La Rose. Collaborations are nothing new for Tiësto, who believes in passing along his success by working with well-known names like Martin Garrix and Oliver Heldens, to name a few. For years now, he has helped up-and-coming acts in the electronic world find their way with his record label, Musical Freedom. Aside from his label, he also took part in 7Up’s DJing competition “Your Shot,” a competition for aspiring DJ’s to learn the craft and perform alongside Tiësto in Las Vegas. At this point in his career, Tiësto has toured the world countless times, performing for millions at Ultra, Coachella, Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld and Electric Daisy Carnival, in addition to the innumerable clubs that he headlines. He’s one of the few DJs in the world to hold a residency in Las Vegas, where he plays at Hakkasan and Wet Republic. In spite of his hectic tour schedule, residency, and focus on creating new music, Tiësto hasn’t forgotten his roots. As a champion of the DJ mix for decades, his Club Life compilations have become a staple in the dance world as has his Sirius XM channel of the same name. In addition, his weekly radio show is broadcast on 350 stations in 77 countries and has over 35 million listeners. Tiësto also remains an expert remixer to the biggest names in music, reworking smash hits for the likes of Beyoncé, Coldplay, Kanye West, Sam Smith, Ellie Goulding, David Guetta, Major Lazer, Calvin Harris, and many more. In 2015, he won his first Grammy Award for his massively popular remix of John Legend’s “All Of Me.” Tiësto has successfully transitioned his influence and savvy to industries beyond music, acting as an advisor to tech startups like Splice, Dubset and Doppler. Most recently, Tiësto released his newly re-designed mobile app, where fans can consume all things Tiësto. Through current collaborations with T-Mobile and Budweiser and soon-to-be-revealed efforts in the fashion space, the DJ is bringing dance music culture to more people than ever before. Throughout the past two decades, Tiësto has remained not only one of the world’s most prolific and enduring artists, but one of music’s top innovators. In spite of his accomplishments, Tiësto does not see his work as being done. “DJing is my life,” the man isn’t afraid to admit. But more than that, “It’s a lifestyle.”

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Kryder

10:00pmTHURSDAY

10:00pmTHURSDAY

With heavy support from the likes of Pete Tong, Calvin Harris, Laidback Luke, Eddie Halliwell, Zane Lowe and a host of the worlds biggest DJs, Kryder is rapidly becoming one of the biggest names in British electronic music.  Shrouded in mystery, all that’s known about this hard-working, visor-wearing star is that he was previously a promoter in Manchester before he decided to delve full time into the world of production. The decision paid huge dividends from his very first release - the enormous K2, one of the biggest anthems of the last few years, which Tiësto picked up for his Musical Freedom label back in 2011. Since then he’s graced the legendary Spinnin’ Records, remixed the Swedish House Mafia and played some of the biggest clubs and festivals in the world. Every week he presents Kryteria radio.. an hour of earth shaking house music.

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Don Diablo

11:00pmTHURSDAY

11:00pmTHURSDAY

Some artists look toward the future. Don Diablo dictates it. Don Diablo is one of dance music’s perennially pioneering forces. He was recently named the “#1 most-played producer” on 1001 Tracklists and is called “Future House’s Founding Father” by EDM.com. In 2018 he made the power move up to #7 on the coveted Top 100 by DJ Mag. An indisputable phenomenon, Don regularly averages upwards of 8.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify, making him one of the platform’s “Top 300 Most-Listened to Artists” with over half-a-billion streams to date. On YouTube, he has over 1M subscribers and views of his videos impressively exceed over 1.2 billion, placing him in the same league as titans across all genres of music. Avowed by his peers, superstars such as of Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, Chainsmokers & Coldplay, Kygo, Martin Garrix & Khalid, DJ Snake & Justin Bieber, Bastille, Madonna, Birdy, MØ & Diplo and more have sought him out for his high-profile remixes. Meanwhile, the likes of Gucci Mane, Diplo, Emeli Sandé, Calum Scott, Ansel Elgort, Kelis, Alex Clare, Dragonette, A R I Z O N A and Tiësto have all jumped at the chance to collaborate with Don, including on his 2018 full-length, FUTURE, which has amassed over 250M streams. Billboard proclaimed it “radiates positivity with 16 massive tracks.” Now in 2019, he breaks the mold and pushes boundaries yet again. Following hot on FUTURE’s heels, Don’s debut single for Casablanca Records, “BRAVE” [feat. Jessie J], ascends to heavenly heights. Backed by his signature future house production, the track packs just as much power as Jessie J’s bold, brassy, and booming delivery. It builds from intimate verses into an engaging empowering refrain impossible to shake. It proves perfect for the dancefloor and primed for stadiums.

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