Graham Gold has published the playlist for 'Esta La Musica' episode 441, Graham is a former DJ magazine Top 100 DJ. Scientific Sound Asia is the Asian electronic music station for the region and internationally.
Graham's weekly podcast was born out of his departure from London's Kiss 100 FM using the words tattooed on his arm, whilst on tour in the United States in the late nineties as the name of the show. Graham's global fame is a result of his London club night Peach and his once-a-week show on London's iconic Kiss 100 FM.
His early years as a disc jockey were spent with a decade-long, six nights a week club residency at Gullivers Club in London’s Mayfair. His advance and grounding began at age 17 when at the beginning of the seventies his love of Afrocentric music led to a partnership with a close friend Duncan Uren, 'The Funky Road Show' a mobile disco that became sought after in the West End of London.
Duncan Uren and Graham Gold.
Graham aged just 18 was playing black music almost every night across the U.K capital at several nightspots. Then in the early 80s, he gained several residencies on pirate radio stations across the U. K capital having a variety of genres; Reggae, Soul, Disco and Jazz Funk filling his record box.
As a result of his regular events and reputation, he earned a slot with the Radio London Soul Night Out crew and began a weekly Saturday night soul show on London's Capital FM, thus winning 'Broadcaster of the Year' in 1985. Although he was well known in London it was his years at London's Kiss 100 FM that earned him international acclaim.
He was recognised as the catalyst for the success of the station and lifted himself into the limelight with his entry onto the DJ Magazine Top 100 maintaining 8 years in the Top 100. 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 have taken him to all corners of the planet performing in 150 cities in well over 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.
Graham's weekly show features the best of House and Techno with promos straight from record labels and producers featuring the sub-genres, Deep House, Progressive House, Melodic House and Techno, Tech House, Deep Tech, Organic house, and Techno. He still has releases on a fair few international labels, his latest release before his European tour in the summer was 'Jazz Funk' on Martin Sharp's Jeepers Records.
Listen live this Saturday the 18th of June 2022, from 8 PM to 10 PM Indochina Time (ICT) and repeat on Wednesday from 8 AM to 10 AM (ICT).
'Esta La Musica' 441.
Beanfield Feat. Bajka - Toto Tides [Compost]
Arodes - Where Do We Go (Malone) Redolent
Rossi. - Find Your Way Homegrown
Luuk Van Dijk, Kabbibna - Kick It Kev [Microhertz]
Rizzer - Artwork [Mimetic]
Darion Suerte - Focus [Deeper South]
Sebastian Ledher, Tom Neatis, Toochi (SA) - Track 1 [Whoyostro]
Peggy Gou - I Go (Soulwax) [Gudu]
Far & High, Marc Depulse - Underrated [Katerm]
Space Motion & Asher Swissa & Stylo - Relax [Space Motion]
BLOND_ISH, Mercier Amadou & Mariam - Sete [Insomniac]
Kevin Mckay, Lovra - Let's Freak [Glasgow Underground]
Basement Jaxx - Where's Your Head At (Martin Ikin Remix)
Mennie - What Happened [Locus]
Charlie Southgate - Floormagnet [FM]
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