James Gilmore calls the legendary Dutch DJ and Producer following his session on The W!ZARD Sessions
Hailing from the Netherlands, Ferry Corsten is truly one of the music legends of our time.
From the outset, he has been a prolific music-maker. With six full-length studio albums under his belt and multiple Gold records to his name with songs – his remix work has seen Ferry line-up alongside star names such as Justin Bieber, U2, The Killers, Public Enemy and more.
As well as all of that, he has performed basically everywhere – including festivals Tomorrowland, Creamfields, EDC Las Vegas, clubs such as Amnesia, Space, Ministry of Sound, Avalon, and iconic arenas like Amsterdam’s Heineken Music Hall, Allphones Arena in Sydney and New York City’s Madison Square Garden.
This year he has released his sixth album, ‘Blureprint a mix between an audio-book and an album. Storyboarded by Ferry alongside David H Miller (‘House of Cards’) the album is just the…
Jay Alan, Ricky & Lesley, Tristan Tales and Jada Facer are up against each other in the game where you decide who we are hot for!
Welcome to Hot 4, W!ZARD Radio Media’s exciting new interactive game where you decide what we put on-air.
4 videos, 2 weeks, 1 winner.
Every fortnight, our talent scouts scour the internet and featuring 4 of our favourite videos from the net. These will range from cover videos, to stunts, interviews… and maybe even a cat video every now and again.
You then have 2 weeks to vote for your favourite video on our website. Your votes will decide who we are hot for! The winner will be invited on-air for a very special interview, where you will find out all about them and we will crown them as the winner.
Check out this week’s inaugural Hot 4 - featuring fidget spinners, a French model and an emo dressing in non-emo clothes.
Click the 'star' next to each video to vote for it.
Alex Noize wraps up his Firefly Festival weekend by dancing to Snakehips with SAINT WKND!
It was great to start my Sunday at Firefly Festival by entering to the incredible booming voice of Jacob Banks who I would end up interviewing later (great guy!) – the crowd were captivated and literally hanging onto his every word.
I think a congratulations is due for all of the survivors on Sunday. With Saturday having such a stacked line-up, people were out late (their words), but by 3pm when I saw Waka Flocka Flame at the Backyard Stage, people were raging like it was 1am on Saturday night. Waka was enjoying his show a lot, jumping in the crowd, dancing with the sign language interpreter, throwing water in the crowd and screaming (a lot!)
Next up I caught the Thirty Seconds to Mars set – and this is where I started to see people fatiguing. I think Thirty Seconds to Mars noticed this as…
Alex Noize interviews the 'Roses' hit maker about her collaboration with The Chainsmokers, English accents and more
When Elizabeth Mencel released a track called ‘Limelight’ on SoundCloud in 2014 she didn’t quite realise the impact that track would have – not just on her life, but (what would be) countless adoring fans.
Shortly after the Pennsylvania born and raised musician had uploaded the track, Mencel (now going under the name ROZES) was contacted by The Chainsmokers (at that point only known for their track ‘SELFIE’) and ‘Roses’ was born.
With collaborations with the likes of The Chainsmokers, Logic and Cash Cash alongside solo material such as 2016’s debut EP ‘Burn Wild’, ROZES has earned herself legions of fans – many of which made their way to Firefly Festival to see the performer laugh (very loudly!) and sing.
Alex Noize interviewed ROZES at Firefly Festival about her collaboration with The Chainsmokers, English accents and they play Fill In The Blanks.