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Rising Soul guest DJs Herbie Walton and Mica are performing back to back show on 27th June 2019.


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The Rising Soul Project, featuring DJs H-Dubb and Mica, originally aired their show on Thursday, June 27th. You can listen to it on the Mixcloud player below. Scientific Sound Asia Radio is the leading underground radio station serving Vietnam, China, Thailand, the Philippines, and the broader Southeast Asian region.


Rising Soul, headquartered in Japan, champions a plethora of skilled local DJs and artists, alongside the international underground House Music scene. They are actively engaged in orchestrating events across Asia. The upcoming show features Herbie Walton, also known as H-Dubb, helming the first hour, followed by Mica, the co-founder of Rising Soul Project, taking over the second hour. Both are avid House Music aficionados residing in Asia.


Herbie Walton, a resident DJ at Cove Manila, an indoor beach club and nightclub, has played alongside notable figures such as Pete Tong, Erick Morillo, Sharam, Roger Sanchez, Sebastian Leger, Discouraged Ones, Gotsome, and Willaris K. His experiences have fostered a passion for Deep/Tech and Progressive House music.


While maintaining his signature Deep and Groovy House Music at his other residencies, he is the featured DJ at Terraza bar in Balay Dako (Tagaytay), holding a residency every Saturday, and at the Playground in Fyre (Poblacion). Beyond these residencies, he frequently performs at various hot spots and events across Manila, including Nokal, Z-Hostel, Chotto Matte, Topic, as well as for El Nido Resorts in Palawan.


The second hour features Mica, co-founder of the Rising Soul Project. Now living in Manila, her musical selection primarily consists of house music, interspersed with disco elements and touches of techno, a mix that has consistently drawn crowds to dance floors across Asia. Mica, a British DJ hailing from the North and now based in Manila, Philippines, has always had the music industry close to her heart.


Emerging from the studio, she celebrated her debut release with Asia Music Record Label (Manila) in 2016. This success led to a two-track remix of Impossible Quintets on Dub Temple Records (Australia), followed by "Fahren," a collaboration with Alinep for Asia Music's 10th anniversary compilation. In 2017, Mica released her rendition of Robert Miles' "Children," which continues to hold the number 1 spot on Love International, and a three-track EP with the Argentinian label, Elephant Chords.


Listen Mixcloud here.


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