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Best Dj Magazine podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Dj Magazine podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Our mix series from the world's most exciting DJs and producers. ON CUE: celebrating the pivotal DJs and producers whose influence has shaped the world of electronic music, both in their local scenes and beyond. RECOGNISE: introducing artists we love that are bursting onto the global electronic music circuit. FRESH KICKS: up and coming artists which you will be hearing more of in months to come.
 
Disco Unusual Social Club is a moving Dirty Disco Party that takes house and disco heads, on a musical adventure that's full of Studio 54 glam and old-school Chicago House Music energy. Everything from boogie to late krautrock has become fair game in these the hippest DJ sets in America, and forgotten disco detritus such as "Lovetown" are staples for DUSC & Dimitri from Paris. The most reliably tasteful dance party in the city, Disco Unusual Social Club, has been running for just over a year ...
 
One of the longest running LGBTQ+ radio shows in Canada, Queer FM Vancouver: Reloaded blends current events, human interest, arts, news and entertainment with a focus on LGBTQ+ involvement and community building. Get your rundown on Vancouver, Canada, and the World in every colour of the LGBTQ+ rainbow, our allies and more. Check out Barb Snelgrove and DJ Denise on Queer FM Vancouver: Reloaded with highlights from LGBTQ+ artists and content from around the world with special attention on hom ...
 
Trancendance has been broadcasting from Vancouver, BC since 2001. We favour Psytrance, Hard Trance and Epic Trance, but also play Acid Trance, Deep Trance, Hard Dance and even some Breakbeat. We also love a good Classic Trance Anthem, especially if it's remixed. Current influences include Sander van Doorn, Gareth Emery, Nick Sentience, Ovnimoon, Ace Ventura, Save the Robot, Liquid Soul and Astrix. Older influences include uni on Jack, Carl Cox, Christopher Lawrence, Whoop! Records, Tidy Trax ...
 
This is Vox Tablet, the weekly podcast of Tablet Magazine, the online Jewish arts and culture magazine that used to be known as Nextbook.org. Our archive of podcasts is available on our site, tablet2015.wpengine.com. Vox Tablet, hosted by Sara Ivry, varies widely in subject matter and sound -- one week it's a conversation with novelist Michael Chabon, theater critic Alisa Solomon, or anthropologist Ruth Behar. Another week brings the listener to "the etrog man" hocking his wares at a fruit-j ...
 
Let's get your party started with "La Fiesta"! Tune in every second Sunday from 3-5 PM with your host DJ MIXXX. Listen to internationally acclaimed Radio Latina Caliente that makes your body move and your heart beat. Lose yourself in the sounds that will fill your soul and get you ready for your night out! La Fiesta - hot, sultry and all you.
 
Join us as we face off against the music industry head-on! The Copyright Experiment is a novel show that plays exclusively freely available music, with a focus on underground dance music. Every week we tackle a different issue related to copyright & intellectual property in a short talk segment, followed by a DJ mix featuring the latest free music. Check out our blog each week to get all our on-air music for yourself!
 
Every week, tune in to BMP Vibe for the latest and hottest tracks from various genres and BMP. We also discuss various artists from the tracks we play and bring up funny news-related topics. DJ Crave will be bringing you genres from Hip Hop, Trip Hop, Trap, Dubstep, Drum & Bass, Glitch, House, Electro, and Moombahton. Tune in for a good laugh, to learn new facts, and to discover new tunes, mash-ups, bootlegs, and remixes.
 
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Submit your content: http://pro.dancetelevision.net We are an independent media platform connecting dance music lovers with the music, the artists, the events, the labels and brands they love through carefully curated and original experiential content. Covering festivals and events from all around the globe, collaborating with established artists and newcoming talent, from the depths of underground to easy going melodies of EDM - our ultimate goal is to keep you in the loop of what's going o ...
 
Some hypnotic, dark and beautifully crafted beats for your ears! Sergio Miranda, a Mexico-born Belgium resident, found his passion for the world of vinyl, turntables and the DJ culture at the lawless warehouses and outdoor parties that took the streets of Mexico City in the late 80s. His love for those early house / acid / techno sounds and the dark electronic melodies from new wave and rock bands such as New Order, Depeche Mode and The Cure, meant he soon started working as a lighting techn ...
 
Rockers Show / Playing the best in roots rock reggae, Dub, Ska, Dancehall with news views & interviews. George Reggae Barrett Celebrating another 336 years Rockers show on CITR 101.9 FM Radio Host Dj, Concert Promoter. Sound system Operator. Born and raised in the oldest inland Town in Jamaica, Bath St Thomas, about 45 miles from Kingston. My passion for reggae music came at an early age. My home where my mother runs the family business was next door to Robert Night Club and Tavern. On the w ...
 
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Joe Biden all but locked up the Democratic Presidential nomination just as the coronavirius crisis began triggering national lockdowns. Now he faces an economic disaster and a public-health emergency that prevent traditional campaigning, which may help Biden if swing voters blame the incumbent for the state of the nation. But Biden faces his own he…
 
Lynx the trans-identified Toronto based vocalist, guitarist, songwriter, and producer Lynx has a major love of pop music with an edge and has an indie heart making his style truly stand out. Follow him http://www.randomorder.ca www.facebook.com/randomorder www.randomorder.bandcamp.com www.twitter.com/randomorderband Rainbow Glitz Part of the troupe…
 
The thirty-year-old British singer/songwriter Laura Marling has produced seven albums of dense but delicate folk music, starting when she was only eighteen. After several years touring on the road, she tells John Seabrook, she found herself in Los Angeles. Speaking at The New Yorker Festival in October, 2017, she explained how, growing up, her fath…
 
Gas; Alex Haas / Bill Laswell; Phillip Sollmann; Amon Tobin; Oren Ambarchi / Konrad Sprenger / Phillip Sollmann; The Cinematic Orchestra; Absolutely Free; Kid Koala / Trixie Whitley; Gia Margaret; Kid Koala / Trixie Whitley; Azu Tiwaline; MinaeMinae; Call Super; Culprate / Siskiyou; Daev Martian; Elsiane; Emancipator; Kajama; Ill Clinton; Tricky; M…
 
The 2019 New Yorker Festival was the twentieth edition of the annual event, and it was particularly star-studded. This program features interviews with Kenan Thompson, the longest-running cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” and Hasan Minhaj, the “Daily Show” veteran whose Netflix show “Patriot Act” won both an Emmy and a Peabody Award.…
 
Starting this spring, many states began releasing some inmates from prisons and jails to try to reduce the spread of COVID-19. But a huge number of incarcerated people are mentally ill or addicted to drugs, or sometimes both. When those people are released, they may lose their only consistent access to treatment. Marianne McCune, a reporter for WNY…
 
Gas; Michael Brook; Max in the World; Jon Hassell / Brian Eno; MinaeMinae; Phillip Sollmann; Jon Hassell; Call Super; Jon Hassell; Unfinished Portraits; Barker; Noveller; Space Afrika; Zachary Gray; SubtractiveLad; Moth Mouth; Silk Saw; Nihiloxica; Tara Clerkin Trio; Anne Sulikowski; The Verbrilli Sound; The Silver Field & Cindy.…
 
In the summer of 1967, a young black boy in Brooklyn was shot in the back by a police officer. The writer Hilton Als recalls the two days of “discord and sadness” that followed, and reflects on the connection between those demonstrations and this summer’s uprising following the killing of George Floyd. Plus, an activist group sees an opportunity to…
 
Becca Mabbett (she/her) is an up and coming folk-pop artist whose honest song-writing and powerful vocals will make you stop in your tracks. Not a stranger to the stage, her dynamic and passionate presence is captivating. Often compared to Joni Mitchell, Becca has a voice that is fresh yet strangely familiar. As a young songwriter, she had many opp…
 
Phoebe Bridgers’s tour dates were cancelled—she was booked at Madison Square Garden, among other venues—so she performs songs from her recent album, “Punisher,” from home. The critic Amanda Petrusich talks about the joys of Folkways records, and the novelist Donald Antrim talks about a year in which he suffered from crippling depression and rarely …
 
Forensic Architecture; Godspeed You! Black Emperor; Test Dept.; Skinny Puppy; The Last Poets; Gil Scott Heron; The Fire This Time; Test Dept.; Public Enemy; Moor Mother / Mental Jewelry; Bud Osborne; The Beatnigs; Space Afrika; Lillian Allen; PiL; The Beatnigs; The Neville Brothers; The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy; Einstürzende Neubauten; Dub S…
 
Like everyone in the United States, John Legend has spent much of the past three months in lockdown. He has been recording new music (via Zoom), performing on Instagram, and promoting his upcoming album. Though many artists have delayed releasing records until they can schedule concert dates—increasingly the most reliable revenue in the music indus…
 
Aidan Baker; Noveller; Daniel Lanois; Julia Kent; The Beans; Do Make Say Think; Gigi Masin; Venetian Snares / Daniel Lanois; Amon Tobin; Set Fire To Flames; The Orb; The Cinematic Orchestra; TALsounds; Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith; Julianna Barwick; Amon Tobin; If I Die In Mississippi; Kid Koala / Trixie Whitley; Absolutely Free; Telefuzz; The Verbrilli S…
 
Kele Fleming is based in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island. Kele delivers a mesmerizing show marked by her voice, a majestic instrument of seemingly limitless force and dexterity that shifts from choir girl naiveté to rock and roll edge. She has a loyal following among indie, folk-rock, pop, and adult contemporary listeners. Whether it’s delivering…
 
This month, the Supreme Court is expected to decide a case with enormous repercussions: the Trump Administration’s cancellation of DACA, a policy that protects young immigrants commonly known as Dreamers. In November, Jonathan Blitzer spoke with two attorneys who argued the case, just before they went before the Court. Ted Olson, a noted litigator,…
 
George Floyd’s killing has prompted a national outcry and a wide reassessment of the ways in which racist systems are intrinsic to America. The anti-racism trainer Suzanne Plihcik argues that racism occurs even in the absence of people who seem like racists: “We are set up for it to happen,” she tells Dorothy Wickenden, and changing those systems w…
 
Information and links: QUSIC & Unicorns.LIVE Social Media Links Unicorns.LIVE is the digital home of QUSIC. At present we are directing viewers to Facebook as QUSIC (and Unicorns.LIVE) are free of charge to watch online. However, the program and the streaming channel will be moving to a subscription-based service this summer. Please use the followi…
 
The film critic Richard Brody regards Josephine Decker as one of the best directors of her generation, and picked her 2018 film “Madeline’s Madeline” as his favorite of the year. Decker, he says, reinvents “the very stuff of movies—image, sound, performance—with each film.” Decker’s new film is “Shirley,” starring Elisabeth Moss as the unique horro…
 
Loscil; Anne Sulikowski; Golden Retriever; Julianna Barwick; Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith; Rapoon; Sarah Davachi / Ariel Kalma; Clarence Clarity; Autotectonic; Absolutely Free; TALsounds; Ian William Craig; Elysia Crampton; Soso; Moth Mouth; Joyfultalk; Umfang; Klik & Frik; Markus Floats; Skinny Puppy; The Orb; Hotel Bibles; Sing Sinck, Sing; Mum; Mother …
 
“To look around the United States today is enough to make prophets and angels weep,” James Baldwin wrote, in 1978. This week, the staff writer Jelani Cobb speaks with a Minneapolis activist who’s been calling to defund the city’s police department, and with a former police chief who agrees that an institution rooted in racial repression cannot easi…
 
Mark Cuban identifies as a capitalist, but the billionaire investor, “Shark Tank” star, and Dallas Mavericks owner has been advocating for changes that point to a different kind of politics. Cuban tells Sheelah Kolhatkar that the economic crisis now requires massive government investment to stabilize the economy from the bottom up; he’s pushing a f…
 
Robert Fripp / Brian Eno; Elysia Crampton; Screens; Aidan Baker; Sleepy Gonzales; Julianna Barwick; Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith; Ian William Craig; Anne Sulikowski; Laurel Halo; Panth du Prince; Loscil; Klik and Frik; Tor; Zachary Gray; Windy and Carl; White Poppy; Lyra Pramuk; Anne Sulikowski; Peaking Lights; Tara Clerkin Trio; Absolutely Free and Telef…
 
Since January, Peter Hessler has reported from China under quarantine. Now, as restrictions lift, he tells David Remnick about his return to normal life; recently, he even went to a dance club. But, although China’s stringent containment measures were effective enough to allow a rapid reopening, one scientist told Hessler, “There is no long-term pl…
 
When schools were closed owing to the coronavirus outbreak, the English teacher Petria May did the most natural thing she could think of: she assigned her tenth-grade class to read Albert Camus’s novel “The Plague,” which describes a quarantine during an outbreak of disease. Plus, a short story by Peter Cameron. In “Memorial Day,” a teen-age boy is…
 
Abie Roehrig, a twenty-year-old undergraduate, has put his name on a list of volunteers for a human-challenge trial to test the efficacy of a COVID-19 vaccine. A human-challenge trial for a vaccine would be nearly unprecedented: it would entail giving subjects a candidate vaccine against the virus, and then infecting them deliberately to test its e…
 
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