Paul Lewis has been a DJ for over 35 years, mixing all things Soulful including Soulful House, Afro beats and Broken. A resident at various promotions around the UK including mainstream venues, and specialist nights around the Midlands. Strictly For The L.O.V.ECatch the Brand New show every Sunday at 2-4pm (UK) 9am (NY) 6am (LA)
Jex aka Hyde UK has been selecting tracks for nearly 30 years, spinning Drum and Bass, Future Beats and Tech Beatz. Over the past decade Hyde UK has been focused on producing with releases on numerous labels including Propa Talent, Double UV and Young Gunz.Catch the Brand New show every Saturday @ Midnight (UK) 7pm (NY) 4pm (LA).
Reddeye plays an eclectic music selection of soulful music in a smokey basement style. Music from the 70’s to the present day.Catch the weekly show every Saturday 4-6pm (GMT) 11-1pm (EST) 8-10am (PST)
Since 1976 he has been manning the decks and putting on funky Fusion nights, such as the Kitten Klub in the early to mid eighties and latterly, the in demand Liquid Fusion sessions which have worked their magic in four different venues through Birmingham.The Legendary Bruce Q with Liquid Fusion Basement Session, playing a selection from his vaults of over 60,000 records ranging from Broken Beat, Jazz, Funk, Disco, Boogie, Deep and Experimental. Catch Bruce-Q's regular show every Sunday 6–8pm (GMT), 1-3pm (EST), 10am–12pm (PST)
The Launch Pad Legacy Show in memory of Jay le Roc bought to you by Advection Music and Central Projection to broadcast futuristic liquid DnB and atmospheric Drum and Bass hosted by DJ Tidal. Catch the regular show every Sunday 8-10pm (GMT) 3-5pm (EST) 12-2pm (PST)
Garth aka Boogiebwoy (wonderland/soho social club) a collector of boogie inspired tunes for over 35 years, spins the finest in Broken Beat, Future Jazz Fusion, Soul Music and Electronica Music.With over 30 years history on London's club scene as a dancer and DJ. He founded Wonderland freestyle dance party and has a residency at The Village Hoxton. He is also a regular guest DJ at Birmingham's BrukUp and Deep and is a firm supporter of the underground dance scene.Catch the regular show every Sunday 4-6pm (GMT) 11am-1 (EST) 8-10am (PST)
Dave Clarke, the Baron of Techno, is a DJ with an anarchist streak a mile wide and punk in his soul.Born and raised in Brighton, England, but currently resides in Amsterdam, a city which revitalized his life and work. The offspring of a technology loving father and a disco-soul loving mother, it was always evident that David Clarke would cut a swathe through music. As a youth he ran away from home, sleeping in car parks and on beaches. He took lousy jobs in shoe shops, living off £5 a day, to subsidise his income from badly paid local DJ gigs – anything to further his involvement with music.“I didn't really engage at all with the outside world,” he recalls, “I was your typical disenfranchised JD Salinger-inspired young adult that used to hide in and behind music.”Clarke’s debut release was in 1990 on XL Recording, around the time the label was launching The Prodigy. He used the name Hardcore, a guise he then took to the legendary Belgian techno-rave imprint R&S where he released various EPs (some as Directional Force). By 1992 Clarke’s own label, Magnetic North, was on the rise and he unveiled the classic ‘Alkaline 3dh’ (as Fly By Wire), among others. A next level career boost was round the corner when his ‘Red’ trilogy were unleashed on Bush Records in 1994. These catapulted Clarke into a different league and he suddenly found himself remixing the likes of: Kevin Saunderson’s Inner City, The Chemical Brothers, New Order, Depeche Mode, Moby, Leftfield and Underworld. Undisputed landmarks in techno, DJ Mag rightly incorporated ‘Red’ in its All Time Techno Top 100 list.Clarke’s debut album ‘Archive One’ followed, flecked with hints of breakbeat and electronica, a novelty in the puritanical techno scene of the time. Clarke’s mix CDs include the techno/electro double ‘World Service’ outings, one of which sold nearly 100,000 and made it into Resident Advisor’s top ten mix compilations of the 21st century. He signed to Skint Records – home of Fatboy Slim – resulting in 2004’s ‘Devil’s Advocate’ album, jammed with dark techno energy but laced with hip hop beats. When his production pace ebbed, Music Man Records gathered together ‘Remixes & Rarities’ in 2007, making Album Of The Month in Mixmag and receiving critical plaudits all over.After a break from production, recent years saw Clarke make his presence felt again, working with Dutch partner Mr Jones (Jonas Uittenbosch) as _Unsubscribe_ and dropping remixes ranging from John Foxx’s seminal synth-pop gem ‘Underpass’ to Gesaffelstein, Detroit Grand Pubas and Octave One, as well cutting tracks for labels such as Houndstooth and Boysnoize. In 2016 an album of remixes, ‘Charcoal Eyes (A Selection of Remixes From Amsterdam)’, ranging from Placebo to A Place to Bury Strangers, suggested Clarke was revitalized in the studio. The new album confirms it and includes a track made with virtuoso producer Keith Tenniswood (AKA Radioactive Man).As a DJ, Clarke plays out across Europe and the world, living up to his nickname, the Baron of Techno, a moniker given him by the late, great BBC Radio DJ John Peel. There’s the same attention to detail each time, his sets swooping whip-smart along the cutting blade of techno and electro, backed up by a seasoned bag of DJ tricks in which his early hip hop roots clearly show. Techno’s first and original “Man in Black”, Clarke blends into the background upon arrival and lets his music do the talking. That’s where he comes alive, where skills honed for years blow venues apart.Catch the regular show every Saturday 8pm (GMT) 3pm (EST) 12pm (PST)
DJ Glen McLean ’s shares some of his favourite music of Jazz Music, Soul Music, Funk, Boogie and Reggae to his fellow dancers.Catch the regular show every Sunday 8-10pm (GMT) 3pm (EST) 12pm (PST)
With a career spanning over 2 decades Big Danny Kane DJ has seen him work with some of the biggest music names in the industry.The Big Danny Kane presents Music Sanctuary with the deep house, disco, boogie session.Catch the regular show every Monday and Saturday 10–12pm (GMT), 5-7pm (EST), 2am–4pm (PST)
DJ Jayson Wynters is able to combine many genres in one set and make it work. Wynters was first known as a garage MC in Birmingham, before rising to prominence in the city’s underground radio and club scene.Wynters music exemplifies his perspective, and therefore his collection of life experiences—the ups, the downs, good times and not-so-good times. Using music as an outlet for expression, whether in the form of DJing or having fun on some drum machines and synths, is one of the most defining features to Wynters. He continues to fuel his passion by keeping an eye on the future rather than the past and striving to remain different.
Frenchie showcases inspirational eclectic music playing most things in Soulful Music, including House Music, Jazz and Soul Music at The VIP Lounge. Each week he is joined by an artist or group of artists who inspired Frenchie throughout his 40 year musical history.Catch the Brand New show every Sunday 10am-2pm (UK) 5-9am (NY) 2-6am (L
K Jah is the Drum and Bass Jungle Music specialist presenting ‘The Worldwide Epidemic Radio Show’.Playing pure vibes from the global pot showcasing hotfresh Jungle music and Drum and Bass direct from the producer’s studio.Catch the regular show every Saturday 6-8pm (GMT) 1-3pm (EST) 10am-12pm (PST)https://soundcloud.com/sonic_stream_archives/19-11-16-k-jah-jinx