Following the success of our first series of DJ Mag Radio, we’re back with a brand-new season of shows for 2018 with this month's episode featuring Best of British winners Solardo, Cold Cut and Hannah Wants; French festival Trans Musicales as part of our Local Heroes feature; and the return of our popular News Bulletin segment.
In our local heroes segment this month DJ Mag explores Brittany's Trans Musicales festival in France. A long-time champion of underground and undiscovered music from around the globe, the festival prides itself on bringing international talent to France. Founded in 1979 and now in its 40th year, previous acts to play the festival include Bjork (1993), Nirvana (1991), Jamiroquai, Carl Cox (1993), Portishead (1994), Massive Attack (1994), Groove Armada (1999) and many more. In our February show, go behind the scenes with Mathieu Gervais, the festival's co-programmer of the festival; The House Gospel Choir, a choir hailing from London; Duke Hugh, a beatmaker from Holland promoting his new album on Rhythm Section; Time, a up and coming French artist with releases on Kitsune; and Jean-Louis Brossard, founder/director/programmer of Trans Musicales.
Available now via iTunes, Spotify and Soundcloud, our February show also includes an in-depth look at both our U.K. and North American print editions, which this month feature disco selector Hunee and Stateside producer Porter Robinson on their covers respectively.
We’ll also explore our top news of the month with our '80s-themed news report which this time features the key news from clubs like Berlin's Berghain and Pacha in Ibiza, plus news about Apple Music, Spotify, Tomorrowland and much more.
Hosted by French Toast and DJ Mag Radio’s Frank McWeeny with support for DJ Mag’s digital editor Charlotte Lucy Cijffers, get strapped in for two hours of music, news and features from our lively London hub.