On the Sunday 25th March 2018, John Kidson will be live on Ridge Radio after hosting his own show in the station throughout 2017 he’s been invited on The Mark Keegan Show.
Mark Keegan show time is 18:00 – 20:00 GMT.
The two will be sharing the musical selection and having a chat about each others different tastes in music.
On the 26th March 2018, John Kidson will be live on Kniteforce Radio after being invited on The Bustin Show. You may of heard Bustin back on podcast #1 of The Kidson Show.
These two have travelled about playing gigs together and always supported each others movements within the musical world.
The Bustin Show music policy is more along the harder sounds and not really Kidsons choice of music, but pretty sure these two will find a method of making the show work!
Join in the show live via the Kniteforce Chatroom which is very easy to connect and leave a message for the show.
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The Prodigy formed in 1990 by LiamHowlett, this band I’ve always held high in my musical tastes. I’ve seen them play live and had the pleasure of giving the band an award in 2013 Bass Music Awards for Life Time Achievement.
The band now having sold over 30 million records worldwide they’ve really created a epic sound which has lasted my musical life to date, Over these 2 hours you will hear a selection of their music including original releases and remixes, plus the odd bootleg I’ve enjoyed listening and playing over the years.
Alkimia Recordings Presents its first musical reference with UFO Project.
No more is a track that combines the fundamental elements of electronics of the 90’s: powerful rhythm, piano riffs and a voice that drives you crazy.
Also includes two remixes, one is from the Canadian Kill Them With Color (MTA Records) that brings us a beautiful version with its unmistakable sound and a few touches of the most current future bass…
And the second Remix is from the American Stranger (Night Bass) that brings us a Bass House track with a new destructive bassline without losing the essence
Antonio Cano & Jose Luis Vazquez – aka ‘Dub Elements’ – first caused a stir in the world of Drum and Bass when they stormed on to scene in 2009. Since then, the Spanish duo has gained a reputable name for themselves with their distinctly unique sound and infectious basslines. Gaining support from some of the industry’s biggest names including Noisia, Spor, Excision, Friction and Viper’s own Futurebound, the producers have enjoyed huge success after appearing on prestigious labels such as Viper Recordings, Eatbrain, C4C Recordings, Hospital Records, and more.
So my good friends at Bass Music Movement and Bill Finch from Advance Vehicle Alarms have pimped out some rides!
Flux Pavilion and Doctor P Car Soundsytem Handover – JL Audio Europe
Bass Music Movement, JL Audio and Bill Finch from Advanced Vehicle Alarms collaborate to design, build, tune and install a state of the art car soundsystem for Flux Pavilion and Doctor P from Circus Records!