VanyaRadio: V+ On-Air Talent Announced
VanyaRadio is Boston’s New Alternative, but on the weekends, a global vision becomes our focus with V+. The beat goes on — and on, and on — with a host of some of the biggest international DJs from across the pond and beyond, spinning the soundtrack to nightlife that brings the dance floor to you. Consider it music to do your hair to before you go out, or the ability to keep the party going long after the venues close up. V+ is the New Alternative in overdrive.
The Electrik Playground with Andi Durrant
On-Air: Friday 8pm & Saturday 10pm
Andi Durrant is one of Europe’s most respected champions of electronic music. He’s the man Daft Punk go to when they want to talk about their new music… the guy Example likes to premiere his new tracks with… and the broadcaster who’s interviewed everyone from the Prodigy, Pendulum, Calvin Harris, Nicky Romero, Faithless and Avicii to David Guetta, the Swedish House Mafia, Chase & Status, Sub Focus, Fatboy Slim, Porter Robinson and Above & Beyond. Andi has now launched a brand new weekly radio program — the Electrik Playground — a showcase for the world’s best dance and electronic music. From the biggest festival-rocking anthems to the sounds of the underground, classics and anthems, EDM, progressive, deep house, techno, trance, dubstep and drum & bass.
Arcadia with Fergie
On-Air: Friday 10pm & Saturday 9pm
A DJ since he was barely a teenager who became one of the first true superstar DJs, a BBC Radio 1 presenter for over four years, a Mixmag columnist, an award winning producer and remixer, a record label owner, an electronic dance-music pioneer… is there anything Fergie DJ hasn’t ticked off the list?
BCM with Becky Hayes
On-Air: Friday 11pm & Saturday 8pm
Every summer, BCM sees over half a million clubbers through the doors with live sets from the likes of Steve Angello, Calvin Harris, Deadmau5, Steve Aoki, Avicii, Afrojack, DJ Fresh, Example, Tinie Tempah and many more. Each week we’ll be bringing you the biggest tracks, the biggest DJs and the biggest guest sessions from the worlds A-List music stars.
Chicago Blakkout with Felix Da Housecat
On-Air: Saturday 12am & Sunday 2am
Dance music is lucky to have people like Felix Da Housecat. He is one of those rare, charisma-oozing characters, whose musical and mental eccentricity come from a genuine place. He’s never afraid to take a risk to reach new ground. It’s this blend of qualities that has kept him in such high reverence in the electronic field for two decades now, and which has ensured that his music has been a consistently captivating force.
The Kissy Club with Kissy Sell Out
On-Air: Saturday 1am
One of the UK’s finest, Kissy Sell Out continues to be a hugely influential name in electronic scenes all over the world. Whether it’s the highly sought-after DJ edits he manages to thrash out four-at-a-time from the Pioneer CDJ 2000s he has helped develop, or his charming personality and stage presence, there is a level of mischievous determination about Kissy which seems effortless and genuine.
Sun:Sets with Chicane
On-Air: Saturday 2am
In the past he has been dubbed “the godfather of the Ibiza anthem” but Chicane mastermind Nick Bracegirdle has come a long way since the sun drenched Balearic shores first throbbed to the sound of what is now recognised by many as the archetypal chill out classic “Offshore.” Since establishing himself in 1997 Nick Bracegirdle has fashioned a flawless and hit-filled album discography. The roll-call of names he has worked with is diverse and impressive: Bryan Adams, Sir Tom Jones, Natasha Bedingfield, Adam Young, Cher, Kate Walsh.
Kryteria with Kryder
On-Air: Sunday 12am
With heavy support from a host of the world’s biggest DJs, Kryder is rapidly becoming one of the biggest names in British electronic music. Shrouded in mystery, all that’s known about this hard-working, visor-wearing star is that he was previously a promoter in Manchester before he decided to delve full time into the world of production. The decision paid huge dividends from his very first release — the enormous “K2,” one of the biggest anthems of the last few years, which Tiësto picked up for his Musical Freedom label back in 2011.