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North London Born Russell Fehlau AKA DJ Fee Gained an interest in underground music during the Acid Warehouse days of the late 80’s and early 90’s & as a regular listener to the music broadcasting on the airwaves across London on the more prolific pirate radio stations of the day such as Phantasy FM, Centre Force & Sunrise. DJ Fee’s growing collection of vinyl soon came to use when he joined Weekend Rush FM in 1992 as Dj Lynx presenting his own show whilst also producing & releasing tracks on the Goldseal Record Label. It was during this time he teamed up with DJ Omen (Kye Lower ) to host a well received Jungle/ Hardcore show on pirate radio. As the London Underground Dance scene progressed towards the end of 1995 he branched out into the Garage & House genre where he teamed up again this time with DJ Baron (Paul Cartwright) to host a popular Sunday afternoon radio show on Passion FM. You could also catch DJ Fee  working in Planet Phat Records where he & DJ Baron soon became popular points of contacts for London Soundboys, DJ’s & Artists to showcase new demos & productions. This developed into a fulltime A&R role & he went on to sign tracks for a number of  prolific Record Companies & Record labels & is the owner of PointBlank Records which have seen releases from The Wideboys , Groove Chronicles, dj $KI ,M J Cole & Ramsey & Fen. Baron & Fee were largely responsible for the crossover success of DJ Luck & MC Neat’s classic chart hit “ A little bit of luck “ The artists were signed to Red Rose Recordings a new label at the time which was originally a creative vision of DJ Baron. Fee worked as  A & R for Red Rose Recordings & the label continued to have other chart successes as UK Garage became mainstream. After a 2 year period DJ Fee left Red Rose Recordings after 4 Top Ten chart hit successes & 2 compilation album hits for the label along with DJ Luck & MC Neat & this time joined BOOM Management where he continued to manage DJ Luck & MC Neat whilst developing new talent & heading StreetSales Vinyl Distribution. DJ Fee appeared in the line up for MTV’s 2 Steps ahead Tour of Europe a 12 week event promoting the UK Garage sound &  has played at many major venues & attended dance events globally during his long career in the music industry. DJ Fees musical influences are Jazz, Funk, Break Beat.& Bassline & he plays a diverse set from Garage & House to Dub Step & Broken Beats a style DJ Fee describes as DUB FUNK with a House feeling. DJ Fee can be heard showcasing upfront beats n bass on MUUSIC.FM a global DJ Network sharing our sound & scene to the next generation.   http://www.discogs.com/label/21780-Point-Blank-Records

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For any DJ and bedroom producer, the ability to “hustle” is often the most underestimated, yet most important factor in determining whether they will fade out or successfully make their mark on the industry. Good hustle is the epitome of both the man and monumental career of international DJ, Roger Sanchez. From humble beginnings in New York City, diggin’ in dusty crates of old vinyl and spinning at house parties in Corona, Queens, to dominating huge dance floors and headlining festival main-stages in every corner of the globe, Roger is truly a self-made man and a house music legend. The crafting of Roger Sanchez, the DJ, started in the late 80s, where as a young man he was enticed by the explosion of hip-hop that was taking over the city. Embracing the culture as a b-boy and graffiti artist, he would hit parties on the Bronx River and before long, his friends had him trying his hand on the wheels of steel. In a time and place where hip hop, house music, and “turntablism” all collided in a perfect storm of creativity, opportunity, and sick beats, Roger seized his moment and began to build his empire on vinyl and slip mats, starting with a few singles and expanding into a massive collection of over two thousand original productions and remixes. Releasing music under a multitude of monikers, including the S-Man, Roger S., The Nu- Solution, Underground Solution, DV8, Ego Trip, El Mariachi, The Funkjunkeez, Tribal Infusion, Twilight, and Transatlantic Soul, just to name a few, Roger has been able to maintain the essence of his sound, his flavor, his “sabor”, if you will, while still using each alter ego as a tool to expand on various fresh and experimental sounds. Each one of his multiple music personas have allowed him the opportunity to defy the mainstream and travel out to the far reaches of the musical galaxy, collecting depth, wisdom, and perspective along the way and applying them to his future endeavors in innovative dance music sounds, allowing him to remain fluid and cutting edge across decades. So many successful endeavors would have never been possible without a rock solid work ethic, something that Roger prides himself on. From the very beginning, he was a dedicated crate digger, searching for obscure samples and break beats in influential NYC record stores like Rock & Soul and Vinylmania. His infallible work ethic, paired with the strong foundation of art and culture that he gained from the Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture took control of the wheel as his passion for music expanded, driving him to start hustling mixtapes on the sidewalks of Broadway in order to finance his earliest gigs. With the encouragement of his father, an engineer, Roger abandoned his plans for a career in architecture and decided to devote all his efforts to his music. His first 12-inch, “Dreamworld” came out on the Outer Limits imprint in 1990 under the name Egotrip, and was the turning point that shifted his focus from simply playing music to producing and playing music. Shortly after, he released “Luv Dancin” for Gladys Pizarro, under the name Underground Solution on the iconic Strictly Rhythm label, which led to his first tour. Roger hasn’t stopped grinding since, using his decades of experience to build enticing remixes for a wide range of artists including Michael Jackson, The Police, Diana Ross, Jamiroquai, Maroon 5, and No Doubt, for which he won a Grammy in 2003 for Best Remixed Recording with the song “Hella Good”. Always motivated by that innovative spirit, Roger was an early pioneer of podcasting and was awarded the first-ever Best Podcast Award at the International Dance Music Awards in 2007. He currently hosts Release Yourself, a weekly terrestrial and online radio show and podcast that features not only his own productions and those of successful house music staples, but also features up and coming tracks and artists. It attracts over 10 million listeners around the world and is broadcast in thirty markets on every continent, and if that weren’t enough, he creates many of his podcasts and mixes from the road, enduring a tour schedule that would exhaust even the most hardened of festival warriors with the vibrance and consistency of someone who has just returned from holiday. With all that energy and motivation, it’s only logical that he would push himself to the creative limits, assembling an annual Release Yourself compilation which highlights his own tracks, as well as tracks from both breakthrough and established artists. He further extends his influence by helping release the music of new artists on his labels and through his own personally built production studios. In addition, Roger has captained a slew of releases on such influential labels as Strictly Rhythm, One Records, and Defected over the years. Keeping in tune with his varied and diverse career, he has also founded several labels of his own, namely Narcotic, R-Senal and Stealth. His newest label, UNDR THE RADR, launched in 2014 with his own ‘Dangerous Thoughts’ track, also saw the collaboration ‘Drop The Needle’ with Man Without A Clue & Kevin Knapp. The collaborations with Huxley (‘The Calling’) and Tough Love (‘In The Name Of Love’) followed suit, continuing the theme of exploring new ground that was shown with his ‘Amour’ single for Riva Starr’s Snatch label. In addition to a barrage of dark, dirty house music, UNDR THE RADR also brought the revival of his infamous S-Man moniker. “The S-Man was my alter ego for when I wanted to do stuff that was just dark, dirty, straight dance floor with no regard for radio or anything like that. Just the raw expression of what I feel works for me on the dance floor. I really get the chance to open up and try different sounds”, says Roger. “I think the S-Man brings back a lot of what I learned in the early years of my production... the really straight back-to-the-club roots of it. It’s taking on the elements of deepness, making it dirty again, adding elements of hip-hop, and just bringing it all to bear.” 2014 wasn’t all under the radar for Sanchez though. He also relaunched his Stealth Recordings label and released massive hit, ‘Remember Me’ (feat Stealth) as Roger Sanchez, which exploded onto the scene as Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune and continued into a global radio and club hit, picking up deals with Ministry Of Sound - Australia, Ego - Italy, We Play - Germany, Blanco Y Negro – Spain, and beyond. The continued success of the Sanchez and his S-Man moniker through 2015 perfectly set the stage for Roger’s return to the spotlight in 2016. Teaming up with the team at Defected, Roger hit the ground running. In March, he teamed up with old pal and house legend in his own right, Harry Romero to release ‘Searchin’’ on Strictly Rhythm, a track that left house heads searchin’ for more Sanchez, to which he answered the call. In April, 2016, he released Strictly Roger Sanchez, a comprehensive anthology of Sanchez’s finest studio moments, comprising a broad selection of productions and remixes from across his various aliases. As if his amazing anthology were not enough, he has followed up the album release with a whirlwind tour of shows that are taking him to dancefloors in the far corners of the world and allowing him to return to his second home, the White Isle. Having prominent residencies in Ibiza since 2000, Roger took a break from the island in 2015 and has returned in full force this year, beginning with the Space Opening Fiesta and continuing throughout the summer with Creamfields Ibiza and monthly Glitterbox appearances at Space, as well as shows at veteran clubs, Pacha and Amnesia. 2016 has also brought him back to the festival stage, as he has numerous summer festivals lined up from London, to Croatia, to headlining the NYC Downlow Stage at the iconic, albeit damp, Glastonbury Festival. Ever evolving his hustle and always pushing himself and those around him to do better, his passion for his craft clearly drives his mission to spread the musical word to the farthest reaches of mankind and inject them with the fever to dance with him. Yet regardless of his massive influence and success in the world of dance music, he remains humble, real, and true to his roots. The S-Man sums it up perfectly when he states: “I’m always moving forward, but never losing sight of where I’ve been.”

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Graham Gold

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6 x B.P.I. (British Phonographic Institute) Gold certified artist, his recent releases on Krafted, Bequem, Jungle Funk, SJE and Endemic have firmly confirmed his transition from a former world famous trance DJ, to an acknowledged tech house and techno DJ/Producer. A former Discover World artist, Graham has played in 150 cities across 40 countries.

With well over 10K followers on Facebook he co runs Moon Island Records from his home in Koh Phangan Thailand where he now lives and plays at many of the islands parties including being a resident at the coolest spots, Guys Bar and Backyard. His weekly radio show, Esta La Musica always makes the Top 10 in the Mixcloud Progressive House/Tech House/Deep House chart where he has 7500 followers+. It airs on various portals worldwide and gets over a quarter of a million listeners weekly. His daily radio show airs on ThaiVisa.com/radio where he also programmes The Big Weekend In-20 hours of Electronica signing weekly shows from Todd Terry, Roger Sanchez, Robbie Rivera, Sister Bliss, Paul van Dyk, Defected, Ferry Corsten. Claptone and more. He was a ground-breaking DJ on London’s Kiss 100FM (and Friday Night Kiss networked country wide as well of course heard globally online), presented the clubbing TV show ‘BPM’ and has sold over 700,000 compilation albums. Graham previously spent 8 consecutive years in the DJ Magazine Top 100 and as recently as 2013, he was number 83 in The Most Popular DJ’s Of All Time Chart. His tracks were played by the likes of Paul van Dyk and Armin van Buuren He also ran the Koolworld, Peach and Good:As record labels and his company, managed the UK & Ibiza diaries of Armin, Tiesto and Ferry Corsten from 1998-2001 He is to be found in the global online dictionary WIKIPEDIA. www.grahamgold.comhttps://www.facebook.com/DJGrahamGold http://www.mixcloud.com/GrahamGold/https://soundcloud.com/dj-graham-gold https://twitter.com/djgrahamgold1?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/grahamgoldygold/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/c/GRAHAMGOLDhttp://dj.beatport.com/grahamgold https://pro.beatport.com/artist/graham-gold/2194

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Since its formation in 2011, Flashmob has adapted both in its personnel and style of music, as well as evolving into a multi-faceted brand boasting two record labels and an international radio show. However, although the project has expanded, the core principles remain the same - creativity, ambition and a tireless work ethic to push the boundaries of Dance music both in the booth and behind the decks. Flashmob originally started out as a duo and their early releases on Get Physical and, most no- tably, Defected Records saw them quickly gain support from fellow DJs/producers and build up a loyal fanbase. Their most recognised hit, ‘Need In Me’ (Defected, 2012), captured the hearts of dance oors around the world, and has now become a classic. As of 2015, the decision was made for Flashmob to move forward as a solo act, headed up by Alessandro Magani. Flashmob owns and runs two records labels in the form of Flashmob Records and Flashmob LTD. The former imprint homes a more sonically modern style of House & House/Tech with LTD repre- senting the underground side of the brand. Flashmob also hosts his own regular international radio show that’s broadcast all over the world, including in countries such as; UK, Japan, Russia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Canada, Australia, USA, Ibiza, Dubai and Argentina amongst others. One aspect that has remained consistent throughout Alessandro’s career is his exceptional relea- ses, and in recent times this statement is stronger than ever, seeing Flashmob’s sonic style expand into several avenues of Dance music, from Tech-House to light Techno rhythms, enabling him to simultaneously attain forthcoming offerings on two very different leading labels, Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations and Germany’s Kompakt - a unique achievement. As well as his debut releases for Hot Creations and Kompakt, Flashmob is soon set to release his rst offerings on esteemed labels such as; Riva Starr’s acclaimed Snatch! Records, DJ Hell’s Gigolo Records and Elrow Music. There is also several high-pro le remixes for some of the industry’s most notorious names such as M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Hell and Romanthony in the pipeline. Flashmob is too maintaining his commitments behind the decks. Following a massive 2017 that saw him perform at the likes of Pacha Ibiza (ES), Ministry of Sound (UK), District 8 (IE), Sisyphos and Kater Blau in Berlin (DE), Amsterdam Dance Event (NL), Dystopia and Floor ller Festivals (BE), Boardmasters Festival (UK) and Amnesia Milan (IT), the talented Italian’s 2018 looks to be an equally eventful year, with several big festival appearances already con rmed. One of the indu- stry’s hardest workers is showing no sign of slowing down.

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As one of the founding members of Faithless, Sister Bliss has become one of Britain's most popular figures in the Electronica scene. With her proclaimed DJ sets and 15-year career as the musical drive behind Faithless, what many might not realise is her history as a musician and DJ before that point. Sister Bliss started learning the piano at the age of five, moving on to violin, saxophone, flute and eventually the bass. A love affair with house music began in 1987, leading her to become one of the few female house DJs in Britain at the time. With appearances at the most popular clubs worldwide, she began to make her own records and had already released a number of her own compositions by the time she met fellow producer, Rollo. The two began to write and record together while she continued her solo career, and their collaborations eventually culminated in a new studio project - Faithless. Their frustrations with the perceived disposability of dance music led them to create a new sonic landscape mixing dance, hip-hop, blues, folk and classical music - a dramatic bed for the thoughtful lyrics of Buddhist rapper Maxi Jazz. Faithless’ first eclectic album Reverence (released in 1996), was an underground sensation as the single 'Insomnia' started to climb steadily up the charts in Europe. The re-release of 'Insomnia' a year later changed all of that. It became one of the biggest club anthems of the decade and the album climbed to Gold Status in at least 22 countries. The Mercury-nominated album Sunday 8pm followed, reflecting upon themes of alienation and lost love, and featured one of their favourite singers, Boy George. It also spawned the provocative hit 'God is a DJ'. Sister Bliss continued DJing and releasing solo singles 'Sister Sister' and 'Deliver Me'. In 2001 Faithless returned to the studio releasing the platinum selling album Outrospective. Their next album, the more politicised No Roots featured the incendiary anti-war single 'Mass Destruction' and went straight in at Number 1. After four albums and ten years, Faithless decided to celebrate with the release of Forever Faithless - their Greatest hits collection which went to number 1 and has sold over 1.5 million copies in the UK alone. While Faithless took a well earned break from touring, Sister Bliss wrote the music accompanying the three series TV drama Life Begins, featuring Bafta winner Caroline Quentin. She was also commissioned to compose an original work for the London Sinfonietta which was performed at the Fuse Festival, UK. Faithless' fifth studio album To All New Arrivals followed in 2006, heralding the birth of her son, and featuring collaborations with Grammy award winner Cat Power, Dido and Robert Smith of The Cure. Sister Bliss’ first work for theatre was Thea Sharrock’s highly successful production of The Emperor Jones at the National Theatre in 2007. In 2009 she was again invited to compose for the NT for Jatinder Verma’s production of The Black Album. She also wrote the title music for acclaimed British film, The Hide. Whilst continuing her successful residencies at Ministry of Sound (London) and Pacha (Ibiza) and inspired by her global DJing schedule, Faithless released their most recent album The Dance in 2010 featuring artists, Dougy Mandagi (Temper Trap), Mia Maestro, and Blancmange - returning to their roots in club culture and dance music. After a summer full of acclaimed festivals sets including Glastonbury’s 40th anniversary, and a global tour ending in April 2011, their final show was broadcast live to thousands of fans in cinemas across Europe. To date, Faithless have sold in excess of 15 million records globally and have played live to millions across the world. This year, Sister Bliss has been touring with Faithless Sound System, a stripped-down version of the full act, whilst continuing her successful DJ residencies and playing across the international club and festival circuit. Together with Rollo Armstrong, she has just collaborated with Example on his number-one album Playing In The Shadows. She has just finished writing the score for the film Knife Fight starring Rob Lowe, and directed by 2 times Oscar winner, Bill Guttentag.

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Defected Sam Divine

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From winning a DJ competition in Bristol to her iTunes chart-topping Defected In The House mix compilation, the past 10 years have been both a hard-earned and well-deserved rise to the top for Sam Divine. The Bath-born DJ has gone from practicing in a shed at the bottom of her mum’s garden to main stage festival headliner, while also becoming a label owner and the presenter of Defected’s In The House radio show, the #1 house music podcast on iTunes. Her new releases demonstrate a real progression in Sam as a producer, as she finds her own unique sound and an ability to create uplifting house records fit for any dancefloor. Drawing on all of her experience gained from working in record shops and holding down residencies at Ushuaia and Amnesia, Sam has developed into an expert at creating a musical journey and keeping the listener moving from start to finish, whether it be with her live sets or studio mixes.

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Graeme Park

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The hottest guests and the finest underground dance music, delivered weekly. A place to hear the freshest new and exclusive tunes before they hit the dance floor, an authority on upcoming artists and labels and your ‘source’ of knowledge for the tracks shaping the scene. Every week we showcase an exclusive 1 hour guest mix from the artists at the forefront of the scene, which comes with full promo on across the whole of the Traxsource website, social media and other marketing channels. From its launch in February 2015, Traxsource LIVE has grown to become most essential radio show on the planet for real house music. Now broadcast on over 80 radio networks worldwide via FM, Satellite, DAB and online platorms andin more than 20 countries with have a total listenership of over 4 million people per episode and rising. Traxsource LIVE is the future of the underground.

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Since its formation in 2011, Flashmob has adapted both in its personnel and style of music, as well as evolving into a multi-faceted brand boasting two record labels and an international radio show. However, although the project has expanded, the core principles remain the same - creativity, ambition and a tireless work ethic to push the boundaries of Dance music both in the booth and behind the decks. Flashmob originally started out as a duo and their early releases on Get Physical and, most no- tably, Defected Records saw them quickly gain support from fellow DJs/producers and build up a loyal fanbase. Their most recognised hit, ‘Need In Me’ (Defected, 2012), captured the hearts of dance oors around the world, and has now become a classic. As of 2015, the decision was made for Flashmob to move forward as a solo act, headed up by Alessandro Magani. Flashmob owns and runs two records labels in the form of Flashmob Records and Flashmob LTD. The former imprint homes a more sonically modern style of House & House/Tech with LTD repre- senting the underground side of the brand. Flashmob also hosts his own regular international radio show that’s broadcast all over the world, including in countries such as; UK, Japan, Russia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Canada, Australia, USA, Ibiza, Dubai and Argentina amongst others. One aspect that has remained consistent throughout Alessandro’s career is his exceptional relea- ses, and in recent times this statement is stronger than ever, seeing Flashmob’s sonic style expand into several avenues of Dance music, from Tech-House to light Techno rhythms, enabling him to simultaneously attain forthcoming offerings on two very different leading labels, Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations and Germany’s Kompakt - a unique achievement. As well as his debut releases for Hot Creations and Kompakt, Flashmob is soon set to release his rst offerings on esteemed labels such as; Riva Starr’s acclaimed Snatch! Records, DJ Hell’s Gigolo Records and Elrow Music. There is also several high-pro le remixes for some of the industry’s most notorious names such as M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Hell and Romanthony in the pipeline. Flashmob is too maintaining his commitments behind the decks. Following a massive 2017 that saw him perform at the likes of Pacha Ibiza (ES), Ministry of Sound (UK), District 8 (IE), Sisyphos and Kater Blau in Berlin (DE), Amsterdam Dance Event (NL), Dystopia and Floor ller Festivals (BE), Boardmasters Festival (UK) and Amnesia Milan (IT), the talented Italian’s 2018 looks to be an equally eventful year, with several big festival appearances already con rmed. One of the indu- stry’s hardest workers is showing no sign of slowing down.

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Cevin Fisher

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Ranked among the top 1% of DJs in the world; Performed in over 25 countries; Has 3 Number One Billboard dance singles; Released music on some of the top labels of the world such as Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Toolroom Records, Great Stuff, Nervous, King Street and many more; Created over 300 original tracks and mixes Cevin Fisher is a seasoned DJ-Producer. He owns Import Tracks. He has performed at some of NYC’s most influential venues, like Paradise Garage, Zanzibar, the Loft, and our very own Pacha NYC. He picked up his first residency at Zanzibar at the age of 17. “My biggest inspiration comes from being immersed in music in the DJ booth and being able to express myself by sharing that feeling with fans on the dance floor. That is the ultimate high.” –Cevin Fisher Before his production days, he remixed Chaka Khan’s “Love You All My Lifetime” and Quincy Jones’ “I’ll Be Good to You”, which debuted at #1 on the US Billboard Dance Chart. He produced “House is a Feeling” and “Hands On Love” with Cliff in the early ‘90s, gaining respect from the Strickly Rhythm label. Danny Tenaglia told him that he needed to go out on his own and make his own music. He iterated that Cevin had serious talent and could make it on his own. That night, he saw a sign on the highway on the way home that read “Find Your Own Road,” and was inspired at that very moment to produce “The Way We Use To” and “Check This Out.” Some of these songs were used in sets across the world by Sasha & Digweed, David Morales, Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, and Louie Vega. Around 2010, Cevin toured Eurasia with the likes of David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, Mark Knight, Steve Angello, Wolfgang Gartner, and Fedde Le Grand, all while maintaining his residency at Pacha NYC. In 2013 had a string of hit collaborations with Erick Morillo, D. Ramirez, Layo and Bushwacka, Pete Griffths and Coyu to name a few. Also in 2013 “Chicago” on Toolroom records has garnered worldwide support and acclaim. In 2014 he a new label “Import Tracks.” This label has released new edgy tech house music include collaborations with David Morales among others. In 2017 he moved to Geneva, Switzerland and continues to gig throughout Europe and the world, his Import Track Radio Show can now be heard in over 35 countries. Cevin is undoubtedly an inspirational influence in the house music industry and has earned his place among international regard. "What is so unique about Cevin is his connection with the crowd, constantly throwing in live sounds and edits that keep the audience jumping. His worldliness has toned his DJ muscles, and he can keep a club going for hours. Explosive beats, captivating vocals, deep house vibes, and tribal rhythms are his notable strengths.” -PACHA, NYC 2015

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As one of the founding members of Faithless, Sister Bliss has become one of Britain's most popular figures in the Electronica scene. With her proclaimed DJ sets and 15-year career as the musical drive behind Faithless, what many might not realise is her history as a musician and DJ before that point. Sister Bliss started learning the piano at the age of five, moving on to violin, saxophone, flute and eventually the bass. A love affair with house music began in 1987, leading her to become one of the few female house DJs in Britain at the time. With appearances at the most popular clubs worldwide, she began to make her own records and had already released a number of her own compositions by the time she met fellow producer, Rollo. The two began to write and record together while she continued her solo career, and their collaborations eventually culminated in a new studio project - Faithless. Their frustrations with the perceived disposability of dance music led them to create a new sonic landscape mixing dance, hip-hop, blues, folk and classical music - a dramatic bed for the thoughtful lyrics of Buddhist rapper Maxi Jazz. Faithless’ first eclectic album Reverence (released in 1996), was an underground sensation as the single 'Insomnia' started to climb steadily up the charts in Europe. The re-release of 'Insomnia' a year later changed all of that. It became one of the biggest club anthems of the decade and the album climbed to Gold Status in at least 22 countries. The Mercury-nominated album Sunday 8pm followed, reflecting upon themes of alienation and lost love, and featured one of their favourite singers, Boy George. It also spawned the provocative hit 'God is a DJ'. Sister Bliss continued DJing and releasing solo singles 'Sister Sister' and 'Deliver Me'. In 2001 Faithless returned to the studio releasing the platinum selling album Outrospective. Their next album, the more politicised No Roots featured the incendiary anti-war single 'Mass Destruction' and went straight in at Number 1. After four albums and ten years, Faithless decided to celebrate with the release of Forever Faithless - their Greatest hits collection which went to number 1 and has sold over 1.5 million copies in the UK alone. While Faithless took a well earned break from touring, Sister Bliss wrote the music accompanying the three series TV drama Life Begins, featuring Bafta winner Caroline Quentin. She was also commissioned to compose an original work for the London Sinfonietta which was performed at the Fuse Festival, UK. Faithless' fifth studio album To All New Arrivals followed in 2006, heralding the birth of her son, and featuring collaborations with Grammy award winner Cat Power, Dido and Robert Smith of The Cure. Sister Bliss’ first work for theatre was Thea Sharrock’s highly successful production of The Emperor Jones at the National Theatre in 2007. In 2009 she was again invited to compose for the NT for Jatinder Verma’s production of The Black Album. She also wrote the title music for acclaimed British film, The Hide. Whilst continuing her successful residencies at Ministry of Sound (London) and Pacha (Ibiza) and inspired by her global DJing schedule, Faithless released their most recent album The Dance in 2010 featuring artists, Dougy Mandagi (Temper Trap), Mia Maestro, and Blancmange - returning to their roots in club culture and dance music. After a summer full of acclaimed festivals sets including Glastonbury’s 40th anniversary, and a global tour ending in April 2011, their final show was broadcast live to thousands of fans in cinemas across Europe. To date, Faithless have sold in excess of 15 million records globally and have played live to millions across the world. This year, Sister Bliss has been touring with Faithless Sound System, a stripped-down version of the full act, whilst continuing her successful DJ residencies and playing across the international club and festival circuit. Together with Rollo Armstrong, she has just collaborated with Example on his number-one album Playing In The Shadows. She has just finished writing the score for the film Knife Fight starring Rob Lowe, and directed by 2 times Oscar winner, Bill Guttentag.

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Defected Sam Divine

12:00Wednesday

12:00Wednesday

From winning a DJ competition in Bristol to her iTunes chart-topping Defected In The House mix compilation, the past 10 years have been both a hard-earned and well-deserved rise to the top for Sam Divine. The Bath-born DJ has gone from practicing in a shed at the bottom of her mum’s garden to main stage festival headliner, while also becoming a label owner and the presenter of Defected’s In The House radio show, the #1 house music podcast on iTunes. Her new releases demonstrate a real progression in Sam as a producer, as she finds her own unique sound and an ability to create uplifting house records fit for any dancefloor. Drawing on all of her experience gained from working in record shops and holding down residencies at Ushuaia and Amnesia, Sam has developed into an expert at creating a musical journey and keeping the listener moving from start to finish, whether it be with her live sets or studio mixes.

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Graeme Park

13:00Wednesday

13:00Wednesday

Graeme Park: 30 years on the decks, 20 years on the radio. The story of DJ Graeme Park really mirrors the story of the [...]

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Traxsource on Muusic.FM

15:00Wednesday

15:00Wednesday

The hottest guests and the finest underground dance music, delivered weekly. A place to hear the freshest new and exclusive tunes before they hit the dance floor, an authority on upcoming artists and labels and your ‘source’ of knowledge for the tracks shaping the scene. Every week we showcase an exclusive 1 hour guest mix from the artists at the forefront of the scene, which comes with full promo on across the whole of the Traxsource website, social media and other marketing channels. From its launch in February 2015, Traxsource LIVE has grown to become most essential radio show on the planet for real house music. Now broadcast on over 80 radio networks worldwide via FM, Satellite, DAB and online platorms andin more than 20 countries with have a total listenership of over 4 million people per episode and rising. Traxsource LIVE is the future of the underground.

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David Dorado

17:00Wednesday

17:00Wednesday

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FlashMob DJ (Italy)

19:00Wednesday

19:00Wednesday

Since its formation in 2011, Flashmob has adapted both in its personnel and style of music, as well as evolving into a multi-faceted brand boasting two record labels and an international radio show. However, although the project has expanded, the core principles remain the same - creativity, ambition and a tireless work ethic to push the boundaries of Dance music both in the booth and behind the decks. Flashmob originally started out as a duo and their early releases on Get Physical and, most no- tably, Defected Records saw them quickly gain support from fellow DJs/producers and build up a loyal fanbase. Their most recognised hit, ‘Need In Me’ (Defected, 2012), captured the hearts of dance oors around the world, and has now become a classic. As of 2015, the decision was made for Flashmob to move forward as a solo act, headed up by Alessandro Magani. Flashmob owns and runs two records labels in the form of Flashmob Records and Flashmob LTD. The former imprint homes a more sonically modern style of House & House/Tech with LTD repre- senting the underground side of the brand. Flashmob also hosts his own regular international radio show that’s broadcast all over the world, including in countries such as; UK, Japan, Russia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Canada, Australia, USA, Ibiza, Dubai and Argentina amongst others. One aspect that has remained consistent throughout Alessandro’s career is his exceptional relea- ses, and in recent times this statement is stronger than ever, seeing Flashmob’s sonic style expand into several avenues of Dance music, from Tech-House to light Techno rhythms, enabling him to simultaneously attain forthcoming offerings on two very different leading labels, Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations and Germany’s Kompakt - a unique achievement. As well as his debut releases for Hot Creations and Kompakt, Flashmob is soon set to release his rst offerings on esteemed labels such as; Riva Starr’s acclaimed Snatch! Records, DJ Hell’s Gigolo Records and Elrow Music. There is also several high-pro le remixes for some of the industry’s most notorious names such as M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Hell and Romanthony in the pipeline. Flashmob is too maintaining his commitments behind the decks. Following a massive 2017 that saw him perform at the likes of Pacha Ibiza (ES), Ministry of Sound (UK), District 8 (IE), Sisyphos and Kater Blau in Berlin (DE), Amsterdam Dance Event (NL), Dystopia and Floor ller Festivals (BE), Boardmasters Festival (UK) and Amnesia Milan (IT), the talented Italian’s 2018 looks to be an equally eventful year, with several big festival appearances already con rmed. One of the indu- stry’s hardest workers is showing no sign of slowing down.

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Jay Funk

20:00Wednesday

20:00Wednesday

DJ/Producer Jay Funk has for almost 25 years been playing to dance floors around the world with his mix of bouncy House & Garage and held resisdencies in some of the worlds best clubs and for some of the UK’s finest promotions ( Space, Eden , Es Paradis, El Divino, Ibiza, Pamshouse , Good For Nothing, Finesse) and guested in literally hundreds of clubs & festivals around the world(at latest count almost 500 different clubs! )and festivals , playing alongside some of the worlds finest artists and wowed crowds with his technical prowess and understanding of how to rock a dance floor. From the early days of the UK garage scene , Jay has always had his finger on the pulse and continues to be in demand from promoters all over, mixing it up across multiple decks ( Jay’s infamous 4/5 deck sets on the Space Terrace in Ibiza catapulted Jay in the world wide touring scene ) His love and devotion of music has seen him move into the world of production with his debut solo release getting into the top ten and has had releases on Freekin’ 909 ,Good For You Records , Unique2Rhythm ,Hush Digital , 3rd Way recs, Hot Tape and many more with his tracks signed to compilations , 2018 is set to be a busy year for his productions with original tracks,remixes and collaborations ready to drop. Jay is well respected within the scene and is often sighted as a DJ’s DJ and is comfortable playing huge festivals and intimate clubs alike , bringing the latest technology to the stage , taking performance to the next level but with an old school mentality! Jay also hosts 2 weekly radio shows where he airs the freshest releases amongst his own productions and often performs Live/Dj sets remixing live on air. This man lives and breathes music and is evident in his energetic performances . A veteran DJ of some 25 years, Jay got into beats from a very young age, influenced by the soul, funk and disco records of the time, Jay knew that his destiny was in music. After purchasing his first decks aged 12, Jay practised every waking hour to hone his skills that would take him on a journey he could only have dreamed of! As a forward thinking DJ, Jay started playing Hardcore at raves aged just 14 and studied his idols Masters At Work, Carl Cox , DJ Ratty and Derrick Carter to give him the edge on other DJs around him and was soon noticed as a promising young DJ; with a big career ahead of him. As his musical tastes matured, Jay got into US House and garage eventually taking him into the skippy beats of then, the start of the UK garage scene. After many free gigs and a lot of hard graft, Jay quickly gained residencies throughout the East of England and was considered one of the hottest DJs on this scene, playing for many huge promotions such as Garage Nation, Inspiration, karisma, Bon Bon, Pamshouse and many radio stations; Jay hosted his own show on Flex FM for 5 years as well as guesting on other radio stations. Eventually Jay started his own promotions and record label (Finesse recordings) with studio whiz NJC and co-DJ Danny J, they released remixes and bootlegs and the club promotion propelled Jay into bigger clubs to gain valuable experience behind the decks as well as behind the scenes. Jay Always kept his love of house music and when the UK garage scene moved into 2-step, Jay disliked the change to the music and moved 100% back into house, a decision which paid off. Jay quickly gained many residencies and guested up and down the country at clubs including M.O.S London, Heaven , Turnmills, Bar Rhumba, Aquarium, Honey Club Brighton, Matrix Reading, Hollywood Ipswich Uea Norwich,Essex Uni,Tidy Weekenders, Ibiza BIG Reunion Weekenders and more. He has also become in demand across Europe and played for MOS tours in Switzerland,Mallorca as well as dates in Slovenia,Croatia,Wales, Ireland, Ibiza, Cyprus, Australia, Thailand,Laos and the USA! ( See Club listings page) Jay’s multi-deck scratch infused sets of Soulful,deep, Latin, Tribal, Funky Jacking-Elec-Tech sounds made him stand out from other DJ’s and his ear for future big tunes got him head-hunted to be the resident for Tonic in Ibiza, where Jay spent his first season playing weekly at Eden and the Space Terrace in 2003. His electric sets soon got him attention on the island and was soon playing gigs at venues such as El Divino, Bora Bora, Es Paradis,Plastik, Hush,Orange Corner, Itaca,Kanya Holiday FM, Live Mix Shows Back to the uk from the Mambo Studios and many other underground locations. Jay was asked back to be the weekly resident at Space on the terrace for Good Fridays where he rubbed shoulders with some of his favourite DJ’s. This is where he started his legendary 5 deck sets which blew away clubbers and promoters alike, and led to gigs across Europe and a residency for Garlands at Eden. Jay enjoyed a weekly main room and funky room slot, where his “Classics” sets packed the room out to capacity every week. Ibiza summer 2005 saw Jay back behind the scenes running Tidy Vs Extreme Euphoria @ Es Paradis for it’s launch season where he played opening sets in the main room with tough House, but it was his quirky colourful promotion ” PocoDisco” upstairs in The Gallery which had the dancefloors jammed with his mix of Funky , Balearic and Electro House. Followed by after parties at Blue Impact ( Extasis) becoming the place to loon out at after the clubs all kicked out! Jay has gained much respect from his peers and fellow DJs he respects highly, Danny Rampling said to him on the Space Terrace Aug 2004 “By the time you’re my age, you could be the best in the world!”

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Cevin Fisher

22:00Wednesday

22:00Wednesday

Ranked among the top 1% of DJs in the world; Performed in over 25 countries; Has 3 Number One Billboard dance singles; Released music on some of the top labels of the world such as Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Toolroom Records, Great Stuff, Nervous, King Street and many more; Created over 300 original tracks and mixes Cevin Fisher is a seasoned DJ-Producer. He owns Import Tracks. He has performed at some of NYC’s most influential venues, like Paradise Garage, Zanzibar, the Loft, and our very own Pacha NYC. He picked up his first residency at Zanzibar at the age of 17. “My biggest inspiration comes from being immersed in music in the DJ booth and being able to express myself by sharing that feeling with fans on the dance floor. That is the ultimate high.” –Cevin Fisher Before his production days, he remixed Chaka Khan’s “Love You All My Lifetime” and Quincy Jones’ “I’ll Be Good to You”, which debuted at #1 on the US Billboard Dance Chart. He produced “House is a Feeling” and “Hands On Love” with Cliff in the early ‘90s, gaining respect from the Strickly Rhythm label. Danny Tenaglia told him that he needed to go out on his own and make his own music. He iterated that Cevin had serious talent and could make it on his own. That night, he saw a sign on the highway on the way home that read “Find Your Own Road,” and was inspired at that very moment to produce “The Way We Use To” and “Check This Out.” Some of these songs were used in sets across the world by Sasha & Digweed, David Morales, Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, and Louie Vega. Around 2010, Cevin toured Eurasia with the likes of David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, Mark Knight, Steve Angello, Wolfgang Gartner, and Fedde Le Grand, all while maintaining his residency at Pacha NYC. In 2013 had a string of hit collaborations with Erick Morillo, D. Ramirez, Layo and Bushwacka, Pete Griffths and Coyu to name a few. Also in 2013 “Chicago” on Toolroom records has garnered worldwide support and acclaim. In 2014 he a new label “Import Tracks.” This label has released new edgy tech house music include collaborations with David Morales among others. In 2017 he moved to Geneva, Switzerland and continues to gig throughout Europe and the world, his Import Track Radio Show can now be heard in over 35 countries. Cevin is undoubtedly an inspirational influence in the house music industry and has earned his place among international regard. "What is so unique about Cevin is his connection with the crowd, constantly throwing in live sounds and edits that keep the audience jumping. His worldliness has toned his DJ muscles, and he can keep a club going for hours. Explosive beats, captivating vocals, deep house vibes, and tribal rhythms are his notable strengths.” -PACHA, NYC 2015

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Ray Ramirez

23:00Wednesday

23:00Wednesday

In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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Ray Ramirez

23:00Thursday

23:00Thursday

In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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Sister Bliss

11:00Thursday

11:00Thursday

As one of the founding members of Faithless, Sister Bliss has become one of Britain's most popular figures in the Electronica scene. With her proclaimed DJ sets and 15-year career as the musical drive behind Faithless, what many might not realise is her history as a musician and DJ before that point. Sister Bliss started learning the piano at the age of five, moving on to violin, saxophone, flute and eventually the bass. A love affair with house music began in 1987, leading her to become one of the few female house DJs in Britain at the time. With appearances at the most popular clubs worldwide, she began to make her own records and had already released a number of her own compositions by the time she met fellow producer, Rollo. The two began to write and record together while she continued her solo career, and their collaborations eventually culminated in a new studio project - Faithless. Their frustrations with the perceived disposability of dance music led them to create a new sonic landscape mixing dance, hip-hop, blues, folk and classical music - a dramatic bed for the thoughtful lyrics of Buddhist rapper Maxi Jazz. Faithless’ first eclectic album Reverence (released in 1996), was an underground sensation as the single 'Insomnia' started to climb steadily up the charts in Europe. The re-release of 'Insomnia' a year later changed all of that. It became one of the biggest club anthems of the decade and the album climbed to Gold Status in at least 22 countries. The Mercury-nominated album Sunday 8pm followed, reflecting upon themes of alienation and lost love, and featured one of their favourite singers, Boy George. It also spawned the provocative hit 'God is a DJ'. Sister Bliss continued DJing and releasing solo singles 'Sister Sister' and 'Deliver Me'. In 2001 Faithless returned to the studio releasing the platinum selling album Outrospective. Their next album, the more politicised No Roots featured the incendiary anti-war single 'Mass Destruction' and went straight in at Number 1. After four albums and ten years, Faithless decided to celebrate with the release of Forever Faithless - their Greatest hits collection which went to number 1 and has sold over 1.5 million copies in the UK alone. While Faithless took a well earned break from touring, Sister Bliss wrote the music accompanying the three series TV drama Life Begins, featuring Bafta winner Caroline Quentin. She was also commissioned to compose an original work for the London Sinfonietta which was performed at the Fuse Festival, UK. Faithless' fifth studio album To All New Arrivals followed in 2006, heralding the birth of her son, and featuring collaborations with Grammy award winner Cat Power, Dido and Robert Smith of The Cure. Sister Bliss’ first work for theatre was Thea Sharrock’s highly successful production of The Emperor Jones at the National Theatre in 2007. In 2009 she was again invited to compose for the NT for Jatinder Verma’s production of The Black Album. She also wrote the title music for acclaimed British film, The Hide. Whilst continuing her successful residencies at Ministry of Sound (London) and Pacha (Ibiza) and inspired by her global DJing schedule, Faithless released their most recent album The Dance in 2010 featuring artists, Dougy Mandagi (Temper Trap), Mia Maestro, and Blancmange - returning to their roots in club culture and dance music. After a summer full of acclaimed festivals sets including Glastonbury’s 40th anniversary, and a global tour ending in April 2011, their final show was broadcast live to thousands of fans in cinemas across Europe. To date, Faithless have sold in excess of 15 million records globally and have played live to millions across the world. This year, Sister Bliss has been touring with Faithless Sound System, a stripped-down version of the full act, whilst continuing her successful DJ residencies and playing across the international club and festival circuit. Together with Rollo Armstrong, she has just collaborated with Example on his number-one album Playing In The Shadows. She has just finished writing the score for the film Knife Fight starring Rob Lowe, and directed by 2 times Oscar winner, Bill Guttentag.

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Defected Sam Divine

12:00Thursday

12:00Thursday

From winning a DJ competition in Bristol to her iTunes chart-topping Defected In The House mix compilation, the past 10 years have been both a hard-earned and well-deserved rise to the top for Sam Divine. The Bath-born DJ has gone from practicing in a shed at the bottom of her mum’s garden to main stage festival headliner, while also becoming a label owner and the presenter of Defected’s In The House radio show, the #1 house music podcast on iTunes. Her new releases demonstrate a real progression in Sam as a producer, as she finds her own unique sound and an ability to create uplifting house records fit for any dancefloor. Drawing on all of her experience gained from working in record shops and holding down residencies at Ushuaia and Amnesia, Sam has developed into an expert at creating a musical journey and keeping the listener moving from start to finish, whether it be with her live sets or studio mixes.

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Graeme Park

13:00Thursday

13:00Thursday

Graeme Park: 30 years on the decks, 20 years on the radio. The story of DJ Graeme Park really mirrors the story of the [...]

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Traxsource on Muusic.FM

15:00Thursday

15:00Thursday

The hottest guests and the finest underground dance music, delivered weekly. A place to hear the freshest new and exclusive tunes before they hit the dance floor, an authority on upcoming artists and labels and your ‘source’ of knowledge for the tracks shaping the scene. Every week we showcase an exclusive 1 hour guest mix from the artists at the forefront of the scene, which comes with full promo on across the whole of the Traxsource website, social media and other marketing channels. From its launch in February 2015, Traxsource LIVE has grown to become most essential radio show on the planet for real house music. Now broadcast on over 80 radio networks worldwide via FM, Satellite, DAB and online platorms andin more than 20 countries with have a total listenership of over 4 million people per episode and rising. Traxsource LIVE is the future of the underground.

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David Dorado

17:00Thursday

17:00Thursday

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FlashMob DJ (Italy)

19:00Thursday

19:00Thursday

Since its formation in 2011, Flashmob has adapted both in its personnel and style of music, as well as evolving into a multi-faceted brand boasting two record labels and an international radio show. However, although the project has expanded, the core principles remain the same - creativity, ambition and a tireless work ethic to push the boundaries of Dance music both in the booth and behind the decks. Flashmob originally started out as a duo and their early releases on Get Physical and, most no- tably, Defected Records saw them quickly gain support from fellow DJs/producers and build up a loyal fanbase. Their most recognised hit, ‘Need In Me’ (Defected, 2012), captured the hearts of dance oors around the world, and has now become a classic. As of 2015, the decision was made for Flashmob to move forward as a solo act, headed up by Alessandro Magani. Flashmob owns and runs two records labels in the form of Flashmob Records and Flashmob LTD. The former imprint homes a more sonically modern style of House & House/Tech with LTD repre- senting the underground side of the brand. Flashmob also hosts his own regular international radio show that’s broadcast all over the world, including in countries such as; UK, Japan, Russia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Canada, Australia, USA, Ibiza, Dubai and Argentina amongst others. One aspect that has remained consistent throughout Alessandro’s career is his exceptional relea- ses, and in recent times this statement is stronger than ever, seeing Flashmob’s sonic style expand into several avenues of Dance music, from Tech-House to light Techno rhythms, enabling him to simultaneously attain forthcoming offerings on two very different leading labels, Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations and Germany’s Kompakt - a unique achievement. As well as his debut releases for Hot Creations and Kompakt, Flashmob is soon set to release his rst offerings on esteemed labels such as; Riva Starr’s acclaimed Snatch! Records, DJ Hell’s Gigolo Records and Elrow Music. There is also several high-pro le remixes for some of the industry’s most notorious names such as M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Hell and Romanthony in the pipeline. Flashmob is too maintaining his commitments behind the decks. Following a massive 2017 that saw him perform at the likes of Pacha Ibiza (ES), Ministry of Sound (UK), District 8 (IE), Sisyphos and Kater Blau in Berlin (DE), Amsterdam Dance Event (NL), Dystopia and Floor ller Festivals (BE), Boardmasters Festival (UK) and Amnesia Milan (IT), the talented Italian’s 2018 looks to be an equally eventful year, with several big festival appearances already con rmed. One of the indu- stry’s hardest workers is showing no sign of slowing down.

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Don Diablo

20:00Thursday

20:00Thursday

Regarded as one of the founding fathers of the Future House movement, it's evident why Dutch DJ/Producer Don Diablo is seen as a pioneer of the dance music world. Currently #11 in the DJ Mag Top 100 Poll - making him the highest placing artist in the Future House category - Don has earned praise from talent and tastemakers across the globe for major hits such as 'On My Mind', 'Universe', 'AnyTime', 'Chemicals' and 'Cutting Shapes' and most recently released his sophomore album 'FUTURE' in the beginning of 2018. As a hugely in demand remixer Don's portfolio includes the likes of Ed Sheeran, Rihanna, Bastille, Madonna, Birdy, Chainsmokers, Coldplay, DJ Snake, Justin Bieber, Kygo and many more. Leading him to be named the #2 producer of 2017, behind Skrillex, by 1001 Tracklists. Besides this he has also gone on to collaborate with and produce for artists such as Kelis, Alex Clare, Dragonette, Diplo and Tiësto to name just a few. A packed global tour schedule sees him play in excess of 250 live shows a year, taking to the main stage of renowned festivals Tomorrowland, EDC, Creamfields, Mysteryland, Lollapalooza and Ultra, whilst also selling out his Headline Artist shows in the UK, US & the rest of Europe. Launched in 2015, Don's record label "HEXAGON" won Best New Label on Beatport with the most amount of Top 10 records in its first year and as a producer Don has also been credited as the "best selling House & Future House artist of all time" on Beatport. His HEXAGON Radio Show is currently broadcast in over 35 countries globally, holds a weekly Top 10 position in the iTunes podcast section every week reaching millions of people across the planet. The talented Dutchman has also further demonstrated his creative flair through his huge passion for film & cinematography, which has led to him producing all of his own music videos and in 2017 he also scored the title song for an international Sci-Fi film called "Kill Switch." In the past Don's music has been used for series ranging from CSI to Teenwolf with Warner Brothers asking Don to create the worldwide theme song for the much acclaimed "Batman Arkham Origins" game. The track and accompanying video became an instant viral hit racking up millions of YouTube plays and global hype. Several years in the making, the release of the 'Future LP' was without a doubt a career milestone for Don. FUTURE is an album that "radiates positivity and good vibes with 16 massive tracks" as mentioned by Billboard. Every song on the 16-track masterpiece, has its own story. "FUTURE features sixteen tracks that all have their own story, both musically as well as lyrically. I wanted this to be a motivational record that sonically showcases new ideas on a production level, ranging from Future House to Future Pop and everything in between." - Don Diablo Alongside the release of the 'FUTURE LP,' Don kicked off his Future Tour in the US. For the European leg of the tour - A Better Future - he joined forces with the KWF, Dutch Cancer Society. Not charging a fee at multiple shows throughout Europe and donating the ticket revenues to the cause. With the tour Don also showed his dedication to his fans, a legion of Hexagonians, making it possible for them to purchase a ticket for 10 EUR and an option to donate more to the KWF.

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Cevin Fisher

22:00Thursday

22:00Thursday

Ranked among the top 1% of DJs in the world; Performed in over 25 countries; Has 3 Number One Billboard dance singles; Released music on some of the top labels of the world such as Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Toolroom Records, Great Stuff, Nervous, King Street and many more; Created over 300 original tracks and mixes Cevin Fisher is a seasoned DJ-Producer. He owns Import Tracks. He has performed at some of NYC’s most influential venues, like Paradise Garage, Zanzibar, the Loft, and our very own Pacha NYC. He picked up his first residency at Zanzibar at the age of 17. “My biggest inspiration comes from being immersed in music in the DJ booth and being able to express myself by sharing that feeling with fans on the dance floor. That is the ultimate high.” –Cevin Fisher Before his production days, he remixed Chaka Khan’s “Love You All My Lifetime” and Quincy Jones’ “I’ll Be Good to You”, which debuted at #1 on the US Billboard Dance Chart. He produced “House is a Feeling” and “Hands On Love” with Cliff in the early ‘90s, gaining respect from the Strickly Rhythm label. Danny Tenaglia told him that he needed to go out on his own and make his own music. He iterated that Cevin had serious talent and could make it on his own. That night, he saw a sign on the highway on the way home that read “Find Your Own Road,” and was inspired at that very moment to produce “The Way We Use To” and “Check This Out.” Some of these songs were used in sets across the world by Sasha & Digweed, David Morales, Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, and Louie Vega. Around 2010, Cevin toured Eurasia with the likes of David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, Mark Knight, Steve Angello, Wolfgang Gartner, and Fedde Le Grand, all while maintaining his residency at Pacha NYC. In 2013 had a string of hit collaborations with Erick Morillo, D. Ramirez, Layo and Bushwacka, Pete Griffths and Coyu to name a few. Also in 2013 “Chicago” on Toolroom records has garnered worldwide support and acclaim. In 2014 he a new label “Import Tracks.” This label has released new edgy tech house music include collaborations with David Morales among others. In 2017 he moved to Geneva, Switzerland and continues to gig throughout Europe and the world, his Import Track Radio Show can now be heard in over 35 countries. Cevin is undoubtedly an inspirational influence in the house music industry and has earned his place among international regard. "What is so unique about Cevin is his connection with the crowd, constantly throwing in live sounds and edits that keep the audience jumping. His worldliness has toned his DJ muscles, and he can keep a club going for hours. Explosive beats, captivating vocals, deep house vibes, and tribal rhythms are his notable strengths.” -PACHA, NYC 2015

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Ray Ramirez

23:00Thursday

23:00Thursday

In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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Ray Ramirez

23:00Friday

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In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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Muusic Drive

01:00Friday

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Ming

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Sister Bliss

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11:00Friday

As one of the founding members of Faithless, Sister Bliss has become one of Britain's most popular figures in the Electronica scene. With her proclaimed DJ sets and 15-year career as the musical drive behind Faithless, what many might not realise is her history as a musician and DJ before that point. Sister Bliss started learning the piano at the age of five, moving on to violin, saxophone, flute and eventually the bass. A love affair with house music began in 1987, leading her to become one of the few female house DJs in Britain at the time. With appearances at the most popular clubs worldwide, she began to make her own records and had already released a number of her own compositions by the time she met fellow producer, Rollo. The two began to write and record together while she continued her solo career, and their collaborations eventually culminated in a new studio project - Faithless. Their frustrations with the perceived disposability of dance music led them to create a new sonic landscape mixing dance, hip-hop, blues, folk and classical music - a dramatic bed for the thoughtful lyrics of Buddhist rapper Maxi Jazz. Faithless’ first eclectic album Reverence (released in 1996), was an underground sensation as the single 'Insomnia' started to climb steadily up the charts in Europe. The re-release of 'Insomnia' a year later changed all of that. It became one of the biggest club anthems of the decade and the album climbed to Gold Status in at least 22 countries. The Mercury-nominated album Sunday 8pm followed, reflecting upon themes of alienation and lost love, and featured one of their favourite singers, Boy George. It also spawned the provocative hit 'God is a DJ'. Sister Bliss continued DJing and releasing solo singles 'Sister Sister' and 'Deliver Me'. In 2001 Faithless returned to the studio releasing the platinum selling album Outrospective. Their next album, the more politicised No Roots featured the incendiary anti-war single 'Mass Destruction' and went straight in at Number 1. After four albums and ten years, Faithless decided to celebrate with the release of Forever Faithless - their Greatest hits collection which went to number 1 and has sold over 1.5 million copies in the UK alone. While Faithless took a well earned break from touring, Sister Bliss wrote the music accompanying the three series TV drama Life Begins, featuring Bafta winner Caroline Quentin. She was also commissioned to compose an original work for the London Sinfonietta which was performed at the Fuse Festival, UK. Faithless' fifth studio album To All New Arrivals followed in 2006, heralding the birth of her son, and featuring collaborations with Grammy award winner Cat Power, Dido and Robert Smith of The Cure. Sister Bliss’ first work for theatre was Thea Sharrock’s highly successful production of The Emperor Jones at the National Theatre in 2007. In 2009 she was again invited to compose for the NT for Jatinder Verma’s production of The Black Album. She also wrote the title music for acclaimed British film, The Hide. Whilst continuing her successful residencies at Ministry of Sound (London) and Pacha (Ibiza) and inspired by her global DJing schedule, Faithless released their most recent album The Dance in 2010 featuring artists, Dougy Mandagi (Temper Trap), Mia Maestro, and Blancmange - returning to their roots in club culture and dance music. After a summer full of acclaimed festivals sets including Glastonbury’s 40th anniversary, and a global tour ending in April 2011, their final show was broadcast live to thousands of fans in cinemas across Europe. To date, Faithless have sold in excess of 15 million records globally and have played live to millions across the world. This year, Sister Bliss has been touring with Faithless Sound System, a stripped-down version of the full act, whilst continuing her successful DJ residencies and playing across the international club and festival circuit. Together with Rollo Armstrong, she has just collaborated with Example on his number-one album Playing In The Shadows. She has just finished writing the score for the film Knife Fight starring Rob Lowe, and directed by 2 times Oscar winner, Bill Guttentag.

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Defected Sam Divine

12:00Friday

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From winning a DJ competition in Bristol to her iTunes chart-topping Defected In The House mix compilation, the past 10 years have been both a hard-earned and well-deserved rise to the top for Sam Divine. The Bath-born DJ has gone from practicing in a shed at the bottom of her mum’s garden to main stage festival headliner, while also becoming a label owner and the presenter of Defected’s In The House radio show, the #1 house music podcast on iTunes. Her new releases demonstrate a real progression in Sam as a producer, as she finds her own unique sound and an ability to create uplifting house records fit for any dancefloor. Drawing on all of her experience gained from working in record shops and holding down residencies at Ushuaia and Amnesia, Sam has developed into an expert at creating a musical journey and keeping the listener moving from start to finish, whether it be with her live sets or studio mixes.

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Graeme Park

13:00Friday

13:00Friday

Graeme Park: 30 years on the decks, 20 years on the radio. The story of DJ Graeme Park really mirrors the story of the [...]

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15:00Friday

The hottest guests and the finest underground dance music, delivered weekly. A place to hear the freshest new and exclusive tunes before they hit the dance floor, an authority on upcoming artists and labels and your ‘source’ of knowledge for the tracks shaping the scene. Every week we showcase an exclusive 1 hour guest mix from the artists at the forefront of the scene, which comes with full promo on across the whole of the Traxsource website, social media and other marketing channels. From its launch in February 2015, Traxsource LIVE has grown to become most essential radio show on the planet for real house music. Now broadcast on over 80 radio networks worldwide via FM, Satellite, DAB and online platorms andin more than 20 countries with have a total listenership of over 4 million people per episode and rising. Traxsource LIVE is the future of the underground.

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David Dorado

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FlashMob DJ (Italy)

19:00Friday

19:00Friday

Since its formation in 2011, Flashmob has adapted both in its personnel and style of music, as well as evolving into a multi-faceted brand boasting two record labels and an international radio show. However, although the project has expanded, the core principles remain the same - creativity, ambition and a tireless work ethic to push the boundaries of Dance music both in the booth and behind the decks. Flashmob originally started out as a duo and their early releases on Get Physical and, most no- tably, Defected Records saw them quickly gain support from fellow DJs/producers and build up a loyal fanbase. Their most recognised hit, ‘Need In Me’ (Defected, 2012), captured the hearts of dance oors around the world, and has now become a classic. As of 2015, the decision was made for Flashmob to move forward as a solo act, headed up by Alessandro Magani. Flashmob owns and runs two records labels in the form of Flashmob Records and Flashmob LTD. The former imprint homes a more sonically modern style of House & House/Tech with LTD repre- senting the underground side of the brand. Flashmob also hosts his own regular international radio show that’s broadcast all over the world, including in countries such as; UK, Japan, Russia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Canada, Australia, USA, Ibiza, Dubai and Argentina amongst others. One aspect that has remained consistent throughout Alessandro’s career is his exceptional relea- ses, and in recent times this statement is stronger than ever, seeing Flashmob’s sonic style expand into several avenues of Dance music, from Tech-House to light Techno rhythms, enabling him to simultaneously attain forthcoming offerings on two very different leading labels, Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations and Germany’s Kompakt - a unique achievement. As well as his debut releases for Hot Creations and Kompakt, Flashmob is soon set to release his rst offerings on esteemed labels such as; Riva Starr’s acclaimed Snatch! Records, DJ Hell’s Gigolo Records and Elrow Music. There is also several high-pro le remixes for some of the industry’s most notorious names such as M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Hell and Romanthony in the pipeline. Flashmob is too maintaining his commitments behind the decks. Following a massive 2017 that saw him perform at the likes of Pacha Ibiza (ES), Ministry of Sound (UK), District 8 (IE), Sisyphos and Kater Blau in Berlin (DE), Amsterdam Dance Event (NL), Dystopia and Floor ller Festivals (BE), Boardmasters Festival (UK) and Amnesia Milan (IT), the talented Italian’s 2018 looks to be an equally eventful year, with several big festival appearances already con rmed. One of the indu- stry’s hardest workers is showing no sign of slowing down.

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20:00Friday

For any DJ and bedroom producer, the ability to “hustle” is often the most underestimated, yet most important factor in determining whether they will fade out or successfully make their mark on the industry. Good hustle is the epitome of both the man and monumental career of international DJ, Roger Sanchez. From humble beginnings in New York City, diggin’ in dusty crates of old vinyl and spinning at house parties in Corona, Queens, to dominating huge dance floors and headlining festival main-stages in every corner of the globe, Roger is truly a self-made man and a house music legend. The crafting of Roger Sanchez, the DJ, started in the late 80s, where as a young man he was enticed by the explosion of hip-hop that was taking over the city. Embracing the culture as a b-boy and graffiti artist, he would hit parties on the Bronx River and before long, his friends had him trying his hand on the wheels of steel. In a time and place where hip hop, house music, and “turntablism” all collided in a perfect storm of creativity, opportunity, and sick beats, Roger seized his moment and began to build his empire on vinyl and slip mats, starting with a few singles and expanding into a massive collection of over two thousand original productions and remixes. Releasing music under a multitude of monikers, including the S-Man, Roger S., The Nu- Solution, Underground Solution, DV8, Ego Trip, El Mariachi, The Funkjunkeez, Tribal Infusion, Twilight, and Transatlantic Soul, just to name a few, Roger has been able to maintain the essence of his sound, his flavor, his “sabor”, if you will, while still using each alter ego as a tool to expand on various fresh and experimental sounds. Each one of his multiple music personas have allowed him the opportunity to defy the mainstream and travel out to the far reaches of the musical galaxy, collecting depth, wisdom, and perspective along the way and applying them to his future endeavors in innovative dance music sounds, allowing him to remain fluid and cutting edge across decades. So many successful endeavors would have never been possible without a rock solid work ethic, something that Roger prides himself on. From the very beginning, he was a dedicated crate digger, searching for obscure samples and break beats in influential NYC record stores like Rock & Soul and Vinylmania. His infallible work ethic, paired with the strong foundation of art and culture that he gained from the Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture took control of the wheel as his passion for music expanded, driving him to start hustling mixtapes on the sidewalks of Broadway in order to finance his earliest gigs. With the encouragement of his father, an engineer, Roger abandoned his plans for a career in architecture and decided to devote all his efforts to his music. His first 12-inch, “Dreamworld” came out on the Outer Limits imprint in 1990 under the name Egotrip, and was the turning point that shifted his focus from simply playing music to producing and playing music. Shortly after, he released “Luv Dancin” for Gladys Pizarro, under the name Underground Solution on the iconic Strictly Rhythm label, which led to his first tour. Roger hasn’t stopped grinding since, using his decades of experience to build enticing remixes for a wide range of artists including Michael Jackson, The Police, Diana Ross, Jamiroquai, Maroon 5, and No Doubt, for which he won a Grammy in 2003 for Best Remixed Recording with the song “Hella Good”. Always motivated by that innovative spirit, Roger was an early pioneer of podcasting and was awarded the first-ever Best Podcast Award at the International Dance Music Awards in 2007. He currently hosts Release Yourself, a weekly terrestrial and online radio show and podcast that features not only his own productions and those of successful house music staples, but also features up and coming tracks and artists. It attracts over 10 million listeners around the world and is broadcast in thirty markets on every continent, and if that weren’t enough, he creates many of his podcasts and mixes from the road, enduring a tour schedule that would exhaust even the most hardened of festival warriors with the vibrance and consistency of someone who has just returned from holiday. With all that energy and motivation, it’s only logical that he would push himself to the creative limits, assembling an annual Release Yourself compilation which highlights his own tracks, as well as tracks from both breakthrough and established artists. He further extends his influence by helping release the music of new artists on his labels and through his own personally built production studios. In addition, Roger has captained a slew of releases on such influential labels as Strictly Rhythm, One Records, and Defected over the years. Keeping in tune with his varied and diverse career, he has also founded several labels of his own, namely Narcotic, R-Senal and Stealth. His newest label, UNDR THE RADR, launched in 2014 with his own ‘Dangerous Thoughts’ track, also saw the collaboration ‘Drop The Needle’ with Man Without A Clue & Kevin Knapp. The collaborations with Huxley (‘The Calling’) and Tough Love (‘In The Name Of Love’) followed suit, continuing the theme of exploring new ground that was shown with his ‘Amour’ single for Riva Starr’s Snatch label. In addition to a barrage of dark, dirty house music, UNDR THE RADR also brought the revival of his infamous S-Man moniker. “The S-Man was my alter ego for when I wanted to do stuff that was just dark, dirty, straight dance floor with no regard for radio or anything like that. Just the raw expression of what I feel works for me on the dance floor. I really get the chance to open up and try different sounds”, says Roger. “I think the S-Man brings back a lot of what I learned in the early years of my production... the really straight back-to-the-club roots of it. It’s taking on the elements of deepness, making it dirty again, adding elements of hip-hop, and just bringing it all to bear.” 2014 wasn’t all under the radar for Sanchez though. He also relaunched his Stealth Recordings label and released massive hit, ‘Remember Me’ (feat Stealth) as Roger Sanchez, which exploded onto the scene as Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune and continued into a global radio and club hit, picking up deals with Ministry Of Sound - Australia, Ego - Italy, We Play - Germany, Blanco Y Negro – Spain, and beyond. The continued success of the Sanchez and his S-Man moniker through 2015 perfectly set the stage for Roger’s return to the spotlight in 2016. Teaming up with the team at Defected, Roger hit the ground running. In March, he teamed up with old pal and house legend in his own right, Harry Romero to release ‘Searchin’’ on Strictly Rhythm, a track that left house heads searchin’ for more Sanchez, to which he answered the call. In April, 2016, he released Strictly Roger Sanchez, a comprehensive anthology of Sanchez’s finest studio moments, comprising a broad selection of productions and remixes from across his various aliases. As if his amazing anthology were not enough, he has followed up the album release with a whirlwind tour of shows that are taking him to dancefloors in the far corners of the world and allowing him to return to his second home, the White Isle. Having prominent residencies in Ibiza since 2000, Roger took a break from the island in 2015 and has returned in full force this year, beginning with the Space Opening Fiesta and continuing throughout the summer with Creamfields Ibiza and monthly Glitterbox appearances at Space, as well as shows at veteran clubs, Pacha and Amnesia. 2016 has also brought him back to the festival stage, as he has numerous summer festivals lined up from London, to Croatia, to headlining the NYC Downlow Stage at the iconic, albeit damp, Glastonbury Festival. Ever evolving his hustle and always pushing himself and those around him to do better, his passion for his craft clearly drives his mission to spread the musical word to the farthest reaches of mankind and inject them with the fever to dance with him. Yet regardless of his massive influence and success in the world of dance music, he remains humble, real, and true to his roots. The S-Man sums it up perfectly when he states: “I’m always moving forward, but never losing sight of where I’ve been.”

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Cevin Fisher

22:00Friday

22:00Friday

Ranked among the top 1% of DJs in the world; Performed in over 25 countries; Has 3 Number One Billboard dance singles; Released music on some of the top labels of the world such as Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Toolroom Records, Great Stuff, Nervous, King Street and many more; Created over 300 original tracks and mixes Cevin Fisher is a seasoned DJ-Producer. He owns Import Tracks. He has performed at some of NYC’s most influential venues, like Paradise Garage, Zanzibar, the Loft, and our very own Pacha NYC. He picked up his first residency at Zanzibar at the age of 17. “My biggest inspiration comes from being immersed in music in the DJ booth and being able to express myself by sharing that feeling with fans on the dance floor. That is the ultimate high.” –Cevin Fisher Before his production days, he remixed Chaka Khan’s “Love You All My Lifetime” and Quincy Jones’ “I’ll Be Good to You”, which debuted at #1 on the US Billboard Dance Chart. He produced “House is a Feeling” and “Hands On Love” with Cliff in the early ‘90s, gaining respect from the Strickly Rhythm label. Danny Tenaglia told him that he needed to go out on his own and make his own music. He iterated that Cevin had serious talent and could make it on his own. That night, he saw a sign on the highway on the way home that read “Find Your Own Road,” and was inspired at that very moment to produce “The Way We Use To” and “Check This Out.” Some of these songs were used in sets across the world by Sasha & Digweed, David Morales, Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, and Louie Vega. Around 2010, Cevin toured Eurasia with the likes of David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, Mark Knight, Steve Angello, Wolfgang Gartner, and Fedde Le Grand, all while maintaining his residency at Pacha NYC. In 2013 had a string of hit collaborations with Erick Morillo, D. Ramirez, Layo and Bushwacka, Pete Griffths and Coyu to name a few. Also in 2013 “Chicago” on Toolroom records has garnered worldwide support and acclaim. In 2014 he a new label “Import Tracks.” This label has released new edgy tech house music include collaborations with David Morales among others. In 2017 he moved to Geneva, Switzerland and continues to gig throughout Europe and the world, his Import Track Radio Show can now be heard in over 35 countries. Cevin is undoubtedly an inspirational influence in the house music industry and has earned his place among international regard. "What is so unique about Cevin is his connection with the crowd, constantly throwing in live sounds and edits that keep the audience jumping. His worldliness has toned his DJ muscles, and he can keep a club going for hours. Explosive beats, captivating vocals, deep house vibes, and tribal rhythms are his notable strengths.” -PACHA, NYC 2015

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Ray Ramirez

23:00Friday

23:00Friday

In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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Ray Ramirez

23:00Saturday

23:00Saturday

In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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Muusic Drive

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Ming

10:00Saturday

10:00Saturday

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Sister Bliss

11:00Saturday

11:00Saturday

As one of the founding members of Faithless, Sister Bliss has become one of Britain's most popular figures in the Electronica scene. With her proclaimed DJ sets and 15-year career as the musical drive behind Faithless, what many might not realise is her history as a musician and DJ before that point. Sister Bliss started learning the piano at the age of five, moving on to violin, saxophone, flute and eventually the bass. A love affair with house music began in 1987, leading her to become one of the few female house DJs in Britain at the time. With appearances at the most popular clubs worldwide, she began to make her own records and had already released a number of her own compositions by the time she met fellow producer, Rollo. The two began to write and record together while she continued her solo career, and their collaborations eventually culminated in a new studio project - Faithless. Their frustrations with the perceived disposability of dance music led them to create a new sonic landscape mixing dance, hip-hop, blues, folk and classical music - a dramatic bed for the thoughtful lyrics of Buddhist rapper Maxi Jazz. Faithless’ first eclectic album Reverence (released in 1996), was an underground sensation as the single 'Insomnia' started to climb steadily up the charts in Europe. The re-release of 'Insomnia' a year later changed all of that. It became one of the biggest club anthems of the decade and the album climbed to Gold Status in at least 22 countries. The Mercury-nominated album Sunday 8pm followed, reflecting upon themes of alienation and lost love, and featured one of their favourite singers, Boy George. It also spawned the provocative hit 'God is a DJ'. Sister Bliss continued DJing and releasing solo singles 'Sister Sister' and 'Deliver Me'. In 2001 Faithless returned to the studio releasing the platinum selling album Outrospective. Their next album, the more politicised No Roots featured the incendiary anti-war single 'Mass Destruction' and went straight in at Number 1. After four albums and ten years, Faithless decided to celebrate with the release of Forever Faithless - their Greatest hits collection which went to number 1 and has sold over 1.5 million copies in the UK alone. While Faithless took a well earned break from touring, Sister Bliss wrote the music accompanying the three series TV drama Life Begins, featuring Bafta winner Caroline Quentin. She was also commissioned to compose an original work for the London Sinfonietta which was performed at the Fuse Festival, UK. Faithless' fifth studio album To All New Arrivals followed in 2006, heralding the birth of her son, and featuring collaborations with Grammy award winner Cat Power, Dido and Robert Smith of The Cure. Sister Bliss’ first work for theatre was Thea Sharrock’s highly successful production of The Emperor Jones at the National Theatre in 2007. In 2009 she was again invited to compose for the NT for Jatinder Verma’s production of The Black Album. She also wrote the title music for acclaimed British film, The Hide. Whilst continuing her successful residencies at Ministry of Sound (London) and Pacha (Ibiza) and inspired by her global DJing schedule, Faithless released their most recent album The Dance in 2010 featuring artists, Dougy Mandagi (Temper Trap), Mia Maestro, and Blancmange - returning to their roots in club culture and dance music. After a summer full of acclaimed festivals sets including Glastonbury’s 40th anniversary, and a global tour ending in April 2011, their final show was broadcast live to thousands of fans in cinemas across Europe. To date, Faithless have sold in excess of 15 million records globally and have played live to millions across the world. This year, Sister Bliss has been touring with Faithless Sound System, a stripped-down version of the full act, whilst continuing her successful DJ residencies and playing across the international club and festival circuit. Together with Rollo Armstrong, she has just collaborated with Example on his number-one album Playing In The Shadows. She has just finished writing the score for the film Knife Fight starring Rob Lowe, and directed by 2 times Oscar winner, Bill Guttentag.

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Defected Sam Divine

12:00Saturday

12:00Saturday

From winning a DJ competition in Bristol to her iTunes chart-topping Defected In The House mix compilation, the past 10 years have been both a hard-earned and well-deserved rise to the top for Sam Divine. The Bath-born DJ has gone from practicing in a shed at the bottom of her mum’s garden to main stage festival headliner, while also becoming a label owner and the presenter of Defected’s In The House radio show, the #1 house music podcast on iTunes. Her new releases demonstrate a real progression in Sam as a producer, as she finds her own unique sound and an ability to create uplifting house records fit for any dancefloor. Drawing on all of her experience gained from working in record shops and holding down residencies at Ushuaia and Amnesia, Sam has developed into an expert at creating a musical journey and keeping the listener moving from start to finish, whether it be with her live sets or studio mixes.

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Graeme Park

13:00Saturday

13:00Saturday

Graeme Park: 30 years on the decks, 20 years on the radio. The story of DJ Graeme Park really mirrors the story of the [...]

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Traxsource on Muusic.FM

15:00Saturday

15:00Saturday

The hottest guests and the finest underground dance music, delivered weekly. A place to hear the freshest new and exclusive tunes before they hit the dance floor, an authority on upcoming artists and labels and your ‘source’ of knowledge for the tracks shaping the scene. Every week we showcase an exclusive 1 hour guest mix from the artists at the forefront of the scene, which comes with full promo on across the whole of the Traxsource website, social media and other marketing channels. From its launch in February 2015, Traxsource LIVE has grown to become most essential radio show on the planet for real house music. Now broadcast on over 80 radio networks worldwide via FM, Satellite, DAB and online platorms andin more than 20 countries with have a total listenership of over 4 million people per episode and rising. Traxsource LIVE is the future of the underground.

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David Dorado

17:00Saturday

17:00Saturday

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FlashMob DJ (Italy)

19:00Saturday

19:00Saturday

Since its formation in 2011, Flashmob has adapted both in its personnel and style of music, as well as evolving into a multi-faceted brand boasting two record labels and an international radio show. However, although the project has expanded, the core principles remain the same - creativity, ambition and a tireless work ethic to push the boundaries of Dance music both in the booth and behind the decks. Flashmob originally started out as a duo and their early releases on Get Physical and, most no- tably, Defected Records saw them quickly gain support from fellow DJs/producers and build up a loyal fanbase. Their most recognised hit, ‘Need In Me’ (Defected, 2012), captured the hearts of dance oors around the world, and has now become a classic. As of 2015, the decision was made for Flashmob to move forward as a solo act, headed up by Alessandro Magani. Flashmob owns and runs two records labels in the form of Flashmob Records and Flashmob LTD. The former imprint homes a more sonically modern style of House & House/Tech with LTD repre- senting the underground side of the brand. Flashmob also hosts his own regular international radio show that’s broadcast all over the world, including in countries such as; UK, Japan, Russia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Canada, Australia, USA, Ibiza, Dubai and Argentina amongst others. One aspect that has remained consistent throughout Alessandro’s career is his exceptional relea- ses, and in recent times this statement is stronger than ever, seeing Flashmob’s sonic style expand into several avenues of Dance music, from Tech-House to light Techno rhythms, enabling him to simultaneously attain forthcoming offerings on two very different leading labels, Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations and Germany’s Kompakt - a unique achievement. As well as his debut releases for Hot Creations and Kompakt, Flashmob is soon set to release his rst offerings on esteemed labels such as; Riva Starr’s acclaimed Snatch! Records, DJ Hell’s Gigolo Records and Elrow Music. There is also several high-pro le remixes for some of the industry’s most notorious names such as M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Hell and Romanthony in the pipeline. Flashmob is too maintaining his commitments behind the decks. Following a massive 2017 that saw him perform at the likes of Pacha Ibiza (ES), Ministry of Sound (UK), District 8 (IE), Sisyphos and Kater Blau in Berlin (DE), Amsterdam Dance Event (NL), Dystopia and Floor ller Festivals (BE), Boardmasters Festival (UK) and Amnesia Milan (IT), the talented Italian’s 2018 looks to be an equally eventful year, with several big festival appearances already con rmed. One of the indu- stry’s hardest workers is showing no sign of slowing down.

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Cevin Fisher

22:00Saturday

22:00Saturday

Ranked among the top 1% of DJs in the world; Performed in over 25 countries; Has 3 Number One Billboard dance singles; Released music on some of the top labels of the world such as Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Toolroom Records, Great Stuff, Nervous, King Street and many more; Created over 300 original tracks and mixes Cevin Fisher is a seasoned DJ-Producer. He owns Import Tracks. He has performed at some of NYC’s most influential venues, like Paradise Garage, Zanzibar, the Loft, and our very own Pacha NYC. He picked up his first residency at Zanzibar at the age of 17. “My biggest inspiration comes from being immersed in music in the DJ booth and being able to express myself by sharing that feeling with fans on the dance floor. That is the ultimate high.” –Cevin Fisher Before his production days, he remixed Chaka Khan’s “Love You All My Lifetime” and Quincy Jones’ “I’ll Be Good to You”, which debuted at #1 on the US Billboard Dance Chart. He produced “House is a Feeling” and “Hands On Love” with Cliff in the early ‘90s, gaining respect from the Strickly Rhythm label. Danny Tenaglia told him that he needed to go out on his own and make his own music. He iterated that Cevin had serious talent and could make it on his own. That night, he saw a sign on the highway on the way home that read “Find Your Own Road,” and was inspired at that very moment to produce “The Way We Use To” and “Check This Out.” Some of these songs were used in sets across the world by Sasha & Digweed, David Morales, Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, and Louie Vega. Around 2010, Cevin toured Eurasia with the likes of David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, Mark Knight, Steve Angello, Wolfgang Gartner, and Fedde Le Grand, all while maintaining his residency at Pacha NYC. In 2013 had a string of hit collaborations with Erick Morillo, D. Ramirez, Layo and Bushwacka, Pete Griffths and Coyu to name a few. Also in 2013 “Chicago” on Toolroom records has garnered worldwide support and acclaim. In 2014 he a new label “Import Tracks.” This label has released new edgy tech house music include collaborations with David Morales among others. In 2017 he moved to Geneva, Switzerland and continues to gig throughout Europe and the world, his Import Track Radio Show can now be heard in over 35 countries. Cevin is undoubtedly an inspirational influence in the house music industry and has earned his place among international regard. "What is so unique about Cevin is his connection with the crowd, constantly throwing in live sounds and edits that keep the audience jumping. His worldliness has toned his DJ muscles, and he can keep a club going for hours. Explosive beats, captivating vocals, deep house vibes, and tribal rhythms are his notable strengths.” -PACHA, NYC 2015

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Ray Ramirez

23:00Saturday

23:00Saturday

In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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Ray Ramirez

23:00Sunday

23:00Sunday

In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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Muusic Drive

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Ming

10:00Sunday

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Sister Bliss

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As one of the founding members of Faithless, Sister Bliss has become one of Britain's most popular figures in the Electronica scene. With her proclaimed DJ sets and 15-year career as the musical drive behind Faithless, what many might not realise is her history as a musician and DJ before that point. Sister Bliss started learning the piano at the age of five, moving on to violin, saxophone, flute and eventually the bass. A love affair with house music began in 1987, leading her to become one of the few female house DJs in Britain at the time. With appearances at the most popular clubs worldwide, she began to make her own records and had already released a number of her own compositions by the time she met fellow producer, Rollo. The two began to write and record together while she continued her solo career, and their collaborations eventually culminated in a new studio project - Faithless. Their frustrations with the perceived disposability of dance music led them to create a new sonic landscape mixing dance, hip-hop, blues, folk and classical music - a dramatic bed for the thoughtful lyrics of Buddhist rapper Maxi Jazz. Faithless’ first eclectic album Reverence (released in 1996), was an underground sensation as the single 'Insomnia' started to climb steadily up the charts in Europe. The re-release of 'Insomnia' a year later changed all of that. It became one of the biggest club anthems of the decade and the album climbed to Gold Status in at least 22 countries. The Mercury-nominated album Sunday 8pm followed, reflecting upon themes of alienation and lost love, and featured one of their favourite singers, Boy George. It also spawned the provocative hit 'God is a DJ'. Sister Bliss continued DJing and releasing solo singles 'Sister Sister' and 'Deliver Me'. In 2001 Faithless returned to the studio releasing the platinum selling album Outrospective. Their next album, the more politicised No Roots featured the incendiary anti-war single 'Mass Destruction' and went straight in at Number 1. After four albums and ten years, Faithless decided to celebrate with the release of Forever Faithless - their Greatest hits collection which went to number 1 and has sold over 1.5 million copies in the UK alone. While Faithless took a well earned break from touring, Sister Bliss wrote the music accompanying the three series TV drama Life Begins, featuring Bafta winner Caroline Quentin. She was also commissioned to compose an original work for the London Sinfonietta which was performed at the Fuse Festival, UK. Faithless' fifth studio album To All New Arrivals followed in 2006, heralding the birth of her son, and featuring collaborations with Grammy award winner Cat Power, Dido and Robert Smith of The Cure. Sister Bliss’ first work for theatre was Thea Sharrock’s highly successful production of The Emperor Jones at the National Theatre in 2007. In 2009 she was again invited to compose for the NT for Jatinder Verma’s production of The Black Album. She also wrote the title music for acclaimed British film, The Hide. Whilst continuing her successful residencies at Ministry of Sound (London) and Pacha (Ibiza) and inspired by her global DJing schedule, Faithless released their most recent album The Dance in 2010 featuring artists, Dougy Mandagi (Temper Trap), Mia Maestro, and Blancmange - returning to their roots in club culture and dance music. After a summer full of acclaimed festivals sets including Glastonbury’s 40th anniversary, and a global tour ending in April 2011, their final show was broadcast live to thousands of fans in cinemas across Europe. To date, Faithless have sold in excess of 15 million records globally and have played live to millions across the world. This year, Sister Bliss has been touring with Faithless Sound System, a stripped-down version of the full act, whilst continuing her successful DJ residencies and playing across the international club and festival circuit. Together with Rollo Armstrong, she has just collaborated with Example on his number-one album Playing In The Shadows. She has just finished writing the score for the film Knife Fight starring Rob Lowe, and directed by 2 times Oscar winner, Bill Guttentag.

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Defected Sam Divine

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From winning a DJ competition in Bristol to her iTunes chart-topping Defected In The House mix compilation, the past 10 years have been both a hard-earned and well-deserved rise to the top for Sam Divine. The Bath-born DJ has gone from practicing in a shed at the bottom of her mum’s garden to main stage festival headliner, while also becoming a label owner and the presenter of Defected’s In The House radio show, the #1 house music podcast on iTunes. Her new releases demonstrate a real progression in Sam as a producer, as she finds her own unique sound and an ability to create uplifting house records fit for any dancefloor. Drawing on all of her experience gained from working in record shops and holding down residencies at Ushuaia and Amnesia, Sam has developed into an expert at creating a musical journey and keeping the listener moving from start to finish, whether it be with her live sets or studio mixes.

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Graeme Park

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Graeme Park: 30 years on the decks, 20 years on the radio. The story of DJ Graeme Park really mirrors the story of the [...]

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The hottest guests and the finest underground dance music, delivered weekly. A place to hear the freshest new and exclusive tunes before they hit the dance floor, an authority on upcoming artists and labels and your ‘source’ of knowledge for the tracks shaping the scene. Every week we showcase an exclusive 1 hour guest mix from the artists at the forefront of the scene, which comes with full promo on across the whole of the Traxsource website, social media and other marketing channels. From its launch in February 2015, Traxsource LIVE has grown to become most essential radio show on the planet for real house music. Now broadcast on over 80 radio networks worldwide via FM, Satellite, DAB and online platorms andin more than 20 countries with have a total listenership of over 4 million people per episode and rising. Traxsource LIVE is the future of the underground.

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David Dorado

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FlashMob DJ (Italy)

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Since its formation in 2011, Flashmob has adapted both in its personnel and style of music, as well as evolving into a multi-faceted brand boasting two record labels and an international radio show. However, although the project has expanded, the core principles remain the same - creativity, ambition and a tireless work ethic to push the boundaries of Dance music both in the booth and behind the decks. Flashmob originally started out as a duo and their early releases on Get Physical and, most no- tably, Defected Records saw them quickly gain support from fellow DJs/producers and build up a loyal fanbase. Their most recognised hit, ‘Need In Me’ (Defected, 2012), captured the hearts of dance oors around the world, and has now become a classic. As of 2015, the decision was made for Flashmob to move forward as a solo act, headed up by Alessandro Magani. Flashmob owns and runs two records labels in the form of Flashmob Records and Flashmob LTD. The former imprint homes a more sonically modern style of House & House/Tech with LTD repre- senting the underground side of the brand. Flashmob also hosts his own regular international radio show that’s broadcast all over the world, including in countries such as; UK, Japan, Russia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Canada, Australia, USA, Ibiza, Dubai and Argentina amongst others. One aspect that has remained consistent throughout Alessandro’s career is his exceptional relea- ses, and in recent times this statement is stronger than ever, seeing Flashmob’s sonic style expand into several avenues of Dance music, from Tech-House to light Techno rhythms, enabling him to simultaneously attain forthcoming offerings on two very different leading labels, Jamie Jones’ Hot Creations and Germany’s Kompakt - a unique achievement. As well as his debut releases for Hot Creations and Kompakt, Flashmob is soon set to release his rst offerings on esteemed labels such as; Riva Starr’s acclaimed Snatch! Records, DJ Hell’s Gigolo Records and Elrow Music. There is also several high-pro le remixes for some of the industry’s most notorious names such as M.A.N.D.Y., DJ Hell and Romanthony in the pipeline. Flashmob is too maintaining his commitments behind the decks. Following a massive 2017 that saw him perform at the likes of Pacha Ibiza (ES), Ministry of Sound (UK), District 8 (IE), Sisyphos and Kater Blau in Berlin (DE), Amsterdam Dance Event (NL), Dystopia and Floor ller Festivals (BE), Boardmasters Festival (UK) and Amnesia Milan (IT), the talented Italian’s 2018 looks to be an equally eventful year, with several big festival appearances already con rmed. One of the indu- stry’s hardest workers is showing no sign of slowing down.

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Cevin Fisher

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Ranked among the top 1% of DJs in the world; Performed in over 25 countries; Has 3 Number One Billboard dance singles; Released music on some of the top labels of the world such as Defected, Strictly Rhythm, Toolroom Records, Great Stuff, Nervous, King Street and many more; Created over 300 original tracks and mixes Cevin Fisher is a seasoned DJ-Producer. He owns Import Tracks. He has performed at some of NYC’s most influential venues, like Paradise Garage, Zanzibar, the Loft, and our very own Pacha NYC. He picked up his first residency at Zanzibar at the age of 17. “My biggest inspiration comes from being immersed in music in the DJ booth and being able to express myself by sharing that feeling with fans on the dance floor. That is the ultimate high.” –Cevin Fisher Before his production days, he remixed Chaka Khan’s “Love You All My Lifetime” and Quincy Jones’ “I’ll Be Good to You”, which debuted at #1 on the US Billboard Dance Chart. He produced “House is a Feeling” and “Hands On Love” with Cliff in the early ‘90s, gaining respect from the Strickly Rhythm label. Danny Tenaglia told him that he needed to go out on his own and make his own music. He iterated that Cevin had serious talent and could make it on his own. That night, he saw a sign on the highway on the way home that read “Find Your Own Road,” and was inspired at that very moment to produce “The Way We Use To” and “Check This Out.” Some of these songs were used in sets across the world by Sasha & Digweed, David Morales, Danny Tenaglia, Carl Cox, and Louie Vega. Around 2010, Cevin toured Eurasia with the likes of David Guetta, Erick Morillo, Danny Tenaglia, Mark Knight, Steve Angello, Wolfgang Gartner, and Fedde Le Grand, all while maintaining his residency at Pacha NYC. In 2013 had a string of hit collaborations with Erick Morillo, D. Ramirez, Layo and Bushwacka, Pete Griffths and Coyu to name a few. Also in 2013 “Chicago” on Toolroom records has garnered worldwide support and acclaim. In 2014 he a new label “Import Tracks.” This label has released new edgy tech house music include collaborations with David Morales among others. In 2017 he moved to Geneva, Switzerland and continues to gig throughout Europe and the world, his Import Track Radio Show can now be heard in over 35 countries. Cevin is undoubtedly an inspirational influence in the house music industry and has earned his place among international regard. "What is so unique about Cevin is his connection with the crowd, constantly throwing in live sounds and edits that keep the audience jumping. His worldliness has toned his DJ muscles, and he can keep a club going for hours. Explosive beats, captivating vocals, deep house vibes, and tribal rhythms are his notable strengths.” -PACHA, NYC 2015

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Ray Ramirez

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In 1972 Ray Ramirez entered his first Discotheque in Germany and has been hooked ever since. His career began in 1974 and has [...]

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