Tamzin Kraftman is here with your Saturday conversation. This week she wants your opinions on fame on traditional media vs social media. Plus she reads out your ‘Small Acts of Kindness’ from the past week and plays music from Kehlani, Nina Nesbitt, Ella Mai and more.
The Fresh List: Top 40 (with Spotify)
James Gilmore hosts The Fresh List (powered by Spotify) - the only charts that you control just by listening to your favourite songs on Spotify. This week, James hosts your Global Top 40 and is counting down to your Global Number 1. He also has his Fresh Hits tracks from Ariana Grande, Grey, Catfish and the Bottlemen and KIAN.
Alec Feldman hosts his ‘relatively entertaining’ Saturday afternoon radio show. This week he doesn’t STOP TALKING about Prince Phillip’s car crash (he’s safe, don’t worry) and wants to know the things you would like to blame on the Prince. He also plays Connect Four, has a 60 Second Guide to Rag’n’Bone Man and he plays the best music from the week.
Myles McCaulskey hosts his weekly radio show! This week, Myles talks about Rae Sremmurd’s break-up rumours, Soulja Boy’s viral comments and Rihanna suing her father. Myles also mixes music from Emiko, Ella Mai, Slic Vic and more.
Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger showcase the strong young voices who shape Chicago and beyond. This week: Vincent Martell. He is founder of VAM Studio, an independent film and media production company consisting of primarily queer people of color that produces videos for musicians and record labels, foundations, and non-profits, nightlife and art identities.
On the first Keakie Breakdown of 2019, Alfie and Psygon breakdown Noname’s “Song 31” and talk about whether Hip-Hop makes you smarter. Featuring tracks from Post Malone, Tera Kora and Ezri.
The W!ZARD Sessions
This week Julian Jordan takes over on The W!ZARD Sessions. The W!ZARD Sessions connects teenagers around the world with some of the biggest and best DJs in the industry. Julian Jordan has grown from a one to watch to leader of the pack. He’s released club anthems on the likes of Spinnin Records, DOORN Records and Revealed Recordings, was nominated for Best Dutch Act at the MTV EMAs in 2016 and in 2017 launched his residency at Las Vegas’ prestigious OMNIA.
Andi Durrant's Electrik Playground
Andi Durrant has new music from The Chemical Brothers, Axwell, Calvin Harris, EDX and many more. Danish house producer, DJ, and Get Down Recordings label head Kid Massive is in for the guest mix.
Mike Williams is one of the most exciting new DJs taking over the scene – having performed on the mainstages at the likes of Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas and Ultra Music Festival Miami and receiving support from Hardwell, Olivia Heldens, Afrojack, Axwell, R3hab and more. This week, on his weekly radio show, he plays music from Seth Hills, Tujamo, Dada Life and more.
Next Show 02/02/2019