We are always on the hunt for talented djs with their own style of music. Do you think you can add something to our line up of djs? If the answer is yes!, than send us an email using the contact form. Please include a little description of yourself and a link to one of your mixes.
Looking forward to have you. Love and Peace,
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Enjoy Greece with DJ Pixi and his Ride The Sound for an afro deep tribal journey live from Athens.
The Groove of the Old School bringing you the good life live from France with JM2R at the controls.
Listen to Voices coming to you live from Japan with DJ Maq and new from off this sunday: DJ Pishio and guests and their smooth grooves, disco moves, the Classics and sweet suprises
Sundays: 4-10am New York, 1-7am LA,
9am-3pm London, 10am-4pm Amsterdam/Paris,
11am-5pm Pretoria, 6pm-0am Tokyo, 8pm-2am Sydney time.
on the picture: DJ Pishio
Join DJ Antony Angell's weekly show of Essential House filled with funky and soulful, deep to uplifting, Old School and fresh house music. Regularly featuring guest DJs on his show working those tunes for you.
Tuesdays from 8-10am New-York, 5-7am LA, 7-9am Chicago,
1-3pm London, 2-4pm Amsterdam, 3-5pm Athens,
summer: 3-5, winter: 2-4pm Pretoria,
summer: 9-11pm Tokyo, aka Wednesdays 0-2am Sydney, winter Tuesdays: 10pm-0am Tokyo/Sydney time.
Join DJ Tony Troffa with the Two 12's, Wax and a Bozak show! Every sunday from 11am-1pm New-York Time.
Tony Troffa has been spinning and collecting vinyl since 1989. From an early age he instantly gravitated to the same rap and house music that hooked so many people, especially in the early 1990’s. While building his house and rap repertoire, he also began to travel his home state of New York and the tri-state area to search for the original vinyl records that were used as samples in many of the records that he admired.