Jacked Radio – Episode 521, 19.10.2021 Afrojack drops some of the biggest new dance records from around the world including new cuts from Tiësto & Lucas & Steve, Nicky Romero, Dimitri Vegas, Tchami & Habstrakt, Skytech & Bassjackers, Chris Lorenzo and many more! Let’s JACK!
The Martin Garrix Show – Episode 371, 18.10.2021 A weekly selection of tracks that Martin Garrix love to listen to at home or play out at a party. Playing tracks by Seamus Haji, Mike Dunn, Rob Black, Noize, Disciples & Moya, Bruno Be, Kiko Franco, OOTORO and more.
Heartfeldt Radio with Sam Feldt – Episode 302, 17.10.2021 Listen to Sam’s new single “Call On Me” feat. Georgia Ku followed by music from Bolier, Gabry Ponte & Henri PFR, Rob Black, Tchami, DubVision, and many many more on this week’s Heartfeldt Radio.
NightWave …and all that jazz with John Nate – Episode 22, 15.10.2021 With such masterminds of contemporary experimental electronic music as Brady Keehn, Angus Andrew, and Jamie Stewart, who constantly push boundaries, delivering the utmost experience of being immersed in the live and the synthetic, the tangible and the digital, it’s hard to get bored. >>
Sinphony Radio – Episode 33, 14.10.2021
CYB3RPVNK Radio – Episode 471, 13.10.2021
Jacked Radio – Episode 520, 12.10.2021 Afrojack drops his brand new edit of Chico Rose & SLVR’s “My Sound” as well as new music from Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Thomas Newson, VASSY & Vinny Vibe and many more on a fresh Jacked Radio! DubVision also joins in for an exclusive guest mix during the second half >>
The Martin Garrix Show – Episode 370, 11.10.2021 A weekly selection of tracks that Martin Garrix love to listen to at home or play out at a party.
Heartfeldt Radio with Sam Feldt – Episode 301, 10.10.2021 Let’s get the party started this weekend with a brand new episode of Heartfeldt Radio! Following up on our anniversary episode of last week, #301 kicks off as it should with huge tunes from Sam Feldt, Zonderling, Tom Ferry and HAWK!
NightWave …and all that jazz with John Nate – Episode 21, 08.10.2021 It’s always good to have another perspective on things or, say, songs. Because eventually, these are covers that help us—the listeners—unravel the song, see it through, love it, or hate it. In E21, John Nate is approaching three classic tunes from two different >>