Graham Gold Releases Playlist For 'Esta La Musica' 355.


British DJ and Producer Graham Gold performing at an event some years ago, colour picture.

Graham Gold has made public the playlist for his weekly Show 'Esta La Musica' this Saturday the 6th of June 2020, 8 to 10 PM Indochina Time (ICT) and repeating Wednesday 8 to 10 AM (ICT). Scientific Sound Asia radio is the English language Asian electronic music station for the region with an international following.


His show is named after his tattoo etched on his right arm in Los Angeles, in the United States in the late nineties. Grahams’ take off into stardom in the electronic scene started with his weekly shows on London's Kiss 100 and his London club brand 'Peach'. Esta La Musica was born after he left Kiss 100 and migrated to Thailand, using the name inked on his arm as a tattoo 'Esta La Musica’ as the name for his new Techno show.


Graham’s initial years as a disc jockey were carved in London, the United Kingdom with a 10 year long, six-night a week club residency in London’s Mayfair at Gullivers Club, his name came to the pinnacle of the clubbing scene and he gained a good reputation. His disc jockey journey started at the age of seventeen when in the early seventies Gold's adoration of Afrocentric music led to a popular mobile disco which he started with a friend, 'The Funky Road Show' was recognised as the best music brand in the West End of London.


Graham Gold with Duncan Uren.


As an 18 year old, Graham was spinning black music 5 nights a week in the U.K capital. This capitulated in many DJ residencies in the ’80s on many pirate radio stations around the capital and a journey through the genres taking him from Reggae, Soul, Disco and Jazz Funk.


As a result of his fame, 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 offset in London and this propelled him onto the global stage with an international following. His weekly shows were seen as the spark to the success of Kiss and lifted him onto the world 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."


Years of performing has taken him to all corners of the world performing in 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. He was a sought after TV presenter and hosted the clubbing TV show ‘BPM’ which aired on the UK’s number one commercial channel as well as presenting a few shows from WMC for MTV.


Graham still has a massive 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 straight from labels and artists featuring the following genres, Deep House, Progressive House, Melodic House and Techno, Tech House, Deep Tech, Organic house, and Techno.


'Esta La Musica' 355.

John Baptiste & Amuze - Time Machine [Open]

Russian Linesman - Entering The Belly Of A Whale (Warren & Rada) [Loki]

Koschk - Tether (Haievyk) [Bonzai Prog]

Donna Marie (NZ) - Plush [Perfecto Black]

Yeah But No - Run Run Run (Adam Port) [Keinemusik]

Alex Breitling - Monument [Monkey League]

Olivier Giacomotto - Barbak [Eleatics]

Tim Penner - We Are Ripples [Joof]

Collective States - Hyperdrive [Krafted Undgrnd]

Cirez D Valborg - Mouseville

Rony Seikaly - Flying Circles (Ruben Mandollini) [Stride]

Silicone Soul - Right On Right On (Mathias Tanzmann) [Darkroom Dubs]

Funkagenda & Paul Thomas - Underground (Fuenka) [F.S.O.E.]

Marc Erberich - High Rides [Apriori]


Listen On Mixcloud Here.


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