Graham Gold Publishes Playlist For 'Esta La Musica' 357.


British DJs and producers Carl Cox and Graham Gold Sitting in Green Room at Graham Golds 30th Anniversary as a DJ in 2000, colour image.

Graham Gold has made public the playlist for his weekly Show 'Esta La Musica' this Saturday the 20th of June 2020, 8 PM to 10 PM Indochina Time (ICT) and repeating on Wednesday from 8 AM to 10 AM (ICT). Scientific Sound Asia radio is the English language Asian electronic music station for the region and internationally.


His show is named after his tattoo etched on his right arm in Los Angeles, in the United States in the late nineties. Initially, Grahams’ limelight in the electronic scene started with his weekly shows on London's Kiss 100 and his London club brand 'Peach'.


Esta La Musica started after he left Kiss 100 and re-located to South East Asia, using the name embellished on his arm as a tattoo 'Esta La Musica’ as a name for the new Techno show. Graham’s grounding years as a disc jockey were spent in London, the United Kingdom with a decade long, six nights a week club residency at Gullivers Club in London’s Mayfair his name came to the forefront of the clubbing scene and he became well known.


His journey to the top began aged just seventeen when in the early seventies Gold's love of Afrocentric music led to a sought after mobile disco. He started the disco with a friend, and 'The Funky Road Show' became the most sought after brand in the West End of London.


Aged just 18, Graham was playing black music 5 nights a week in the U.K capital. This started a residency in the ’80s on many pirate radio stations across the city and a journey through the genres taking him from Reggae, Soul, Disco and Jazz Funk.


Consequently, he joined the Radio London Soul Night Out team and a weekly Saturday night soul show on London's Capital FM, winning the 'Broadcaster of the year' in 1985. Graham was with Kiss FM from their beginnings in London and this is how he earned global admiration.


His weekly shows were seen as the catalyst to the success of Kiss and propelled him onto the global stage with a respectable 8 years in the DJ Magazine Top 100 and his subsequent entry onto Dash's "Most Popular DJs in the World of All Time." He has also sold over 700,000 albums for his various mixes and has amassed 6 BPI Certified Gold albums & 4 Silver.


Years of experience has taken him to all corners of the world playing 150 cities in 43 countries for all the major brands and festivals, including Glastonbury, Homelands, Gatecrasher, Gods Kitchen, Passion, Slinky, Impulz, Earthdance, W.E.M.F., Summadayze and The Street Parade in Zurich. Graham still has a huge following internationally and maintains his love for music with his show and performing frequent events in Asia and globally.


Grahams weekly show features the best of House and Techno with promos direct from labels and artists of the following genres, Deep House, Progressive House, Melodic House and Techno, Tech House, Deep Tech, Organic house, and Techno.


'Esta La Musica' 357.

Satoshi Tomiee, Tuccilo - Do It [Holic Trax]

Michael & Levan N Kasey Taylor - Aftermath [Sprout]

&lez - Issues (Darbuka) [Visile]

dOP - Heart Signs (Chaim) [Eleatics]

Hannes Bieger, Juan Hansen - Burn Your Love [Bedrock]

Julian Bainbridge - Dimension Traveller [Sounds Over Seas]

Paul Sawyer - Xenophon [Perfecto Black]

Micah & Kiz Pattison - Fluque (Robert Bell) [Pangea]

Element 108 & Aaron Cullen - A Girl Has No Name [Joof]

Simon Sinfield - Decadence [Krafted Undgnd]

D-nox & Beckers - Bitter Rain [Beat Boutique]

Talking Machines Ft Nick Purple - Just For You (Whirl) [Dunkelheit]

Vakabuklar - Respive God [Skytop]

Lost Tribe - Gamemaster (Jason Joy)

Heerhorst, Basstrieb, Sascha - One Day (Asitor Ronda) [Redrum]

Lazarlt - Through Glass (Zakari Blange) [Redrum]


Listen On Mixcloud Here.


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