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Graham Gold releases tracklist for 'Esta La Musica' 297.

Graham Gold standing arms crossed.

Graham Gold has unveiled the lineup for his weekly program 'Esta La Musica.' Scientific Sound Asia Radio is a radio station and DJ agency located in Vietnam that caters to the underground music scene in Southeast Asia.

Graham's weekly show got its name from a tattoo on his upper right arm when he was DJing in Los Angeles, USA in 1999. Although Graham gained international recognition in the DJ and music industry through his weekly shows on Kiss 100 in London and his club night 'Peach', this new show began after he left Kiss 100 and moved to South East Asia.

He used the name tattooed on his arm as the title for his new techno show, 'Esta La Musica'. Graham first gained local recognition through his ten-year, six-night-a-week performance at Gullivers Club in Mayfair, London from 1980 to 1990.

His journey to success began at the age of 17 in the early 1970s when his passion for Afrocentric music led him and a friend to establish a highly popular mobile disco called The Funky Road Show, which quickly became the most sought-after brand in West London. By the time he turned 18, Graham was regularly showcasing his love for black music five nights a week in the heart of the capital city.

Graham gained local recognition initially by performing consistently for ten years, six nights a week at Gullivers Club in London's Mayfair from 1980 to 1990. His journey towards success began when he was just 17 years old.

In the early 1970s, Gold's passion for Afrocentric music led him to establish a popular mobile disco called "The Funky Road Show" with a friend, which quickly became the most sought-after brand in West London. By the time he turned 18, Graham was regularly showcasing his love for black music five nights a week in the capital city.

In the 1980s, this resulted in an independent adventure across numerous pirate radio stations in London and an exploration of various music genres including Reggae, Soul, Disco, and Jazz Funk. As a result, he became a part of the Radio London Soul Night Out team and hosted a weekly soul show on Capital FM in London every Saturday night.

His talent and dedication earned him the prestigious title of 'Broadcaster of the Year' in 1985. Graham witnessed the inception of Kiss FM London, which marked the beginning of his international acclaim as a DJ.

His regular broadcasts were acknowledged as the driving force behind Kiss's triumph, propelling him onto the global stage. For eight consecutive years, he secured a spot in the DJ Magazine Top 100, solidifying his status among the world's most popular DJs.

Additionally, he earned recognition on Dash's esteemed list of Most Popular DJs in the World of All Time. Graham continues to have a large fan base worldwide and remains dedicated to his passion for music through his show and regular performances at various events in Asia and across the globe.

Graham's weekly program showcases top-notch House and Techno tracks, including new releases from labels and artists within genres such as Deep House, Progressive House, Melodic House and Techno, Tech House, Deep Tech, Organic House, and Techno.

'Esta La Musica' 297

Izma - DMD (Bar 25 Music)

Avasono - Riells (Ziger Remix)

Moo & Jo - Liberte (Mobilee Records)

Oliver & Tom - Remote Visions (Soundgarden Promo)

Juan Munz - Full Moon (Original Mix)

Formel - Nanuoya (TH;EN & Las Von Remix) (Mango Alley Promo)

Ikarius - Time (Pavel Petrov Remix) [Ritual]

Claptone, Katie Stelmanis - La Esperanza (Patrice Bäumel Remix)

Portto & Levi Lenz - Tateeno (Eric Farias Remix) [Promo]

Joris Biesmans - Menneke (Original Mix) [Selador]

Fideles - Heading North feat. Flu

Gux Jimenez - Raices (Stan Kolev Remix) [Clubsonica Records]

Stas Drive - Modular Porn (Kohra & SHFT Remix)

DJ Lion - Lollapalooza (Jem Promo)

Listen On Mixcloud Here.


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