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Dance music invades the (commercial) airwaves... [January 1995]

This year, as many of you know, marks the 25th anniversary of the first BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix, broadcast on October 30 of that year. 118 more words


Carl Cox Delivers Radio 1 Essential Mix

Carl Cox kicks off the 25th year of The Essential Mix with a fresh mix for 2018.

The two hour mix features the likes of Riva Starr, Eats Everything, Dense & Pika, Booka Shade and more. 13 more words

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Carl Cox to host BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix ahead of 25th anniversary

Carl Cox‘s heavyweight status in techno has solidified him as one of the genre’s most acclaimed DJs. Whether it be hosting his own arena stage at Ultra or revolutionizing the way that partygoers contextualize club experiences in Ibiza, Cox is always known to shock audiences with undiscovered tracks and effortless mixing. 74 more words


Liquid Soul Essential Mix Vol.10 2017


1. Liquid Soul & Phanatic – Awakening Dreams
2. Sean Tyas – Swimming In Acid (Symbolic Rmx)
3. Liquid Soul – Wake Up
4. Kalki – Maya… 86 more words


Maribou State - Essential Mix

Maribou State – Essential Mix

Recently discovered essential mix from 2 guys that have been reaching heights in the past couple of years.

Hailing from the UK they have made a number of high profile remixes over the past couple of years leaning towards the more commercial side of things. 17 more words


Why taping Radio 1’s Essential Mix back in the mid-90s was a whole lot easier than trying to stream it online...

Having started broadcasting in October 1993, BBC’s Essential Mix has been the benchmark-setter for dance music radio for close to a quarter of a century, with its helmsman… 181 more words


SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND: David Holmes, BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix [December 1993]

Northern Ireland’s David Holmes is today perhaps better known for his soundtrack work – including Hunger, Oceans Eleven, Buffalo Soldiers and Out of Sight, among others – but back in the early 90s, he cut his teeth at techno nights such as Sugar Sweet and Shake Yer Brain in Belfast… 76 more words