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Radar with Emma Jayne and Guest Charlie Fleig

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This month’s guest is Charlie Fleig, Resident DJ and Promoter of Doodle Nights in Manchester.


Some of Doodle’s previous guest include Bicep, Wolf Music, Detroit Swindle, Deep Space Orchestra, Medlar, Casino Times and Max Graef

Upcoming parties:

Doodle are hosting a room for The ‘Luv Dancin’ event with Nicky Siano on the 30th October and they  have a boat party on the 28th November with Liverpool boys AutoCycle. Event details HERE

Click HERE for the Doodle  Facebook page.

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Radar With Emma Jayne – On The Fly Friday Night Show

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Here’s 2 hours of a varied session of house music and techno

Emma Jayne





It’s been a while. I really enjoyed that!

Thanks to the Brap DJ’s for letting me jump on. Think it’s about time I had a scheduled show again.

“Sky is the limit and you know that you keep on, just keep on pressin’ on
Sky is the limit and you know that you can have what you want, be who you are”

D Train – Keep On

Here’s a video of one of the tracks played. I think I played this in my 1st show.

Radar Radio on Brap FM….in it’s 4th year. Thanks for your continued support x

Radar with Emma Jayne and Guest Tom Ware August 2015

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This month’s guest is Tom Ware.








Tom runs the Sub:Culture techno nights in Cardiff. He also releases music on Big Mamas House Records,

Suicide Robot and Raise Recordings.

Click HERE  for Sub:Culture on Facebook.

Thanks for listening.


Sub:Culture 12th June @ The Moon Club Cardiff

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Sub:Culture’s strictly techno night returns to Cardiff on 12th June with 2 floors of dj’s.

Here’s the info for the night:

After a short hiatus sub:culture is returning with a new venue and residents. Six DJs across two rooms of underground electronic music until late.


TOM WARE (Raise Recordings/Suicide Robot/Big Mamas House)

Room 2

£5entry The Moon Club Cardiff

Here’s a mix from promoter Tom Ware to get you in the mood :)

Radar Podcast May 2015 with guest Jake Emerald

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This month’s podcast features a guest mix from Jake Emerald, also known as Aras Zemaitis, whose music I have been playing on my show. Click HERE for his Soundcloud page.

Also featured are tracks from the forthcoming 2nd album from Satoshi Tomiie entitled New Day which is released on 22nd June on Abstract Architecture.

“More than 25 years after releasing his debut single and dancefloor anthem ‘Tears’ Satoshi Tomiie is set to release his second album in June. This legendary collaboration with Frankie Knuckles, that’s now considered as one of house music’s most important moments, was only the start of an exciting career. Satoshi Tomiie has been at the forefront of the global house music movement ever since. He released on a variety of labels going from Strictly Rhythm to Sony, toured with the Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto of Yellow Magic Orchestra Fame, worked with artists like Robert Owens, remixed many pop inclined tracks and been praised for his Renaissance compilation in their Master Series. All of this while creating artistic challenges for himself to avoid stepping into a pattern and repeating himself, and keeping up constant global DJ schedule.

With ‘New Day’ Satoshi Tomiie has redefined the creative process that surrounds the production of a full-length album. He wanted to stray away from the norm of albums made up entirely of singles. This is what made the long player a culmination of the styles that have influenced Tomiie throughout his illustrious career compiled into a seamless story. The album will be available in all formats. Ranging from digital, vinyl and CD to a limited batch of cassettes. Limited vinyl samplers featuring reworks by Ron Trent, Fred P, Chez Damier, Brawther, Mayaan Nidam, DJ Sneak and more will be released in the following weeks.

Satoshi Tomiie will also be doing a world tour along with the album release, the dates are to be announced soon.”

1st hour with Emma Jayne Tracklist:

Walker Barnard – The Wake Up Serialism
Federleicht – Love Inn Motel Form Resonance
Johannes Brecht – Sirenes Poker Flat Germany
Gaspard de la Montagne – Stallion Creaked Records(promo)
Mind Against – Avalon Life and Death
Satoshi Tomiie – Wave Side Back (promo)
Lake People – Escape Velocity Permanent Vacation
Gabreil Ananda – Serengeti Kompakt
Satoshi Tomiie – Cucina Rossa (promo)
Daniel Avery – Knowing We’ll Be Here (KiNK remix) Phantasy Sound

2nd hour with Jake Emerald Tracklist:

Manuel De La Mare – Very Bitch (Olivier Giacomotto Remix)
Bastian, AndMe – Let’s House
Luigi Rocca – How Wow
Yvan Genkins – Put Me Down
DJ Chus, Pablo Ceballos, Adrian Hour – Beat Pirates
Yvan Genkins – By The Way You Dance
WD2N – Apollo
Jake Emerald – Sub Lover
Ricardo Espino – Iceberg
Yamil, Stefano Crabuzza – Orgasm (Level Groove Remix)
Little by Little – Bang the Box
Joeski – Leave You

For contacting and dj bookings please use –

For Jake Emerald on Facebook click HERE

Gottwood Music Festival 11-14th June 2015 Anglesey Wales

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Gottwood is a critically acclaimed,independent,boutique and intimate underground music festival held in Anglesey,Wales







After a very enjoyable number months checking into some exceptional records and live sets along with a number of sessions with their wise stage hosts, Gottwood have pieced together what they  believe to be the strongest and most forward thinking Gottwood line-up to date, striking a delicate balance between rising stars and established veterans drawn from all corners of the scene.

It’s a cracking line up, check it out:

Adam Shelton / Andrew Ashong (Live + Dj) / Artwork / Brawther / Craig Richards b2b Ben UFO / dBridge / Enzo Siragusa / FaltyDL / Frank & Tony / Hunee / Leon Vynehall / Marc Romboy / Marcellus Pittman / Margaret Dygas / Maxxi Soundsystem / Midland / Mind Against / Motor City Drum Ensemble / Mouse Outfit (Live) / Move D / Om Unit / PBR Streetgang / Point G (Live) / Radioactive Man / Ralph Lawson / Seven Davis Jr (Live) / Soul Clap / Subb-an / tINI / Tom Demac (Live) / Tornado Wallace / Zenker Brothers / Zip


Click HERE for the full line up and details.

International Women’s Day-Transition/Cover – Free Download

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In celebration of International Womens Day a cover of Underground Resistance’s Detroit techno classic Transition made solely by women is available for free download.

Produced by Violet, vocals by A.M.O.R., Coco Solid, Mamacita, Nancy Whang and Nightwave in English, Portuguese, Spanish and Maori.

This year’s theme for International Woman’s Day  is  “Make it happen”

You can download the track and find out more about the artists here:

Radar with Emma Jayne January 2015

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This month’s show features music from the debut album from Lake People entitled Purposely Uncertain Field which is released on 6th February on Permanent Vacation.


Martin Enke or Lake People as the majority has become to know him has definitely taken his time for his debut album “Purposely Uncertain Field“, given his success from an early stage on and the quick development of the distinctive Lake people sound. But it wasn’t until 2012’s “Point in Time“ EP on Krakatau that his music became enjoyable for a wider audience.

Thanks to Dixon & Ame and numerous other DJs, who included the tracks in their sets and mixes the “Point in Time” EP can be considered a big game changer in Lake People’s career. Without riding a big hype wave Martin lived up to the increasing expectations with a bunch of EPs, on which he refined his production skills. Following the popularity of his own music, Martin also became a sought-after remixer for such acts as Lusine on Ghostly International or Dixon & Guy Gerber on Gerber’s newly found Rumours label. A loyal fan base of his meditative, somehow spiritual, yet powerful house sound grew over the years and made Martin an in demand producer and celebrated live act.

After the fertile collaboration on the “Uneasy Hiding Places“ EP (including the stand-out track “Brooklyn“) and a contribution on the third chapter of the “If This Is House I Want My Money Back“ compilation, Martin has found in Permanent Vacation the perfect home for his debut album.

On “Purposely Uncertain Field“ Lake People doesn’t fall into the trap of repeating himself or recreating a successful formula. Instead he puts all his musical knowledge and his experience into the eleven tracks of the album and expands his already rich sound universe. Above his straighter dancefloor aspects Martin elaborates his approaches to a certain mid 90’s electronica vibe and ambient-like soundscapes with a very cinematic feel to it. Thus he brilliantly manages the difficult task of creating a transcendent and consistent album without losing any tension over the full length.


Last Magpie – Initial Losing Suki
Mehmet Aslan – Mechanical Turk (Courtesy Of Karpov not Kasparov) Huntleys & Palmers
Afriqua – Leap (Tom Ellis remix) Save You
OCH – The Magic Flute PAL SL
Elextra – Your Voodoo Midnight Social Recordings
Al Bradley – Shadowboxer (Funtom remix) Forward Education
Lake People – Lamb Shift Permanent Vacation
Edistant – My Destination (Mr Fiel remix) Release Sustain
Jay Shepheard- Dance Language Retrofit
Gorge – Azuka 8 Bit Germany
Angel Stoxx – The Bot Keno Germany
Culoe De Song – Y.O.U.D. Innervisions Germany
Lake People – Cooping Permanent Vacation
Anaxander – Wild Grass (original mix) Boe Recordings
Andrey Pushkarev – Between The Mountains Circus Company France
Lake People – Glease 29 Permanent Vacation
Craig Richards – Batty One The Nothing Special
Butch – Delusion Desolat Germany
Zemaitis, Aras – Heya Endemic Digital
Barber – Silk Worm Cubism
Lake People – Illuminated Permanent Vacation