SoundClash DJ Showcase Radio show returns to Monster FM throughout September.
Monster FM Dj Showcase Launch Party label

The SoundClash DJ Showcase whilst having a strong emphasis on top DJ and Producer talent from across the North of Scotland will also draw talent from throughout Scotland. Some of teh featured acts will include Count Clockwork who share billing with Avicii in the forthcoming Glasgow gig, Filth DJs who recently celebrated their 5th year together and Rockness Dj Comp Winner 2013, Aaron Russell.

The show will feature exclusive mixes from:

Count Clockwork
Filth Djs
Beta & Kappa ( i AM, Sub Club)
Them & Us
Jakk it & Saizme (We Own)
Ally Ridgers (SoundClash)
Kaos Theory (SoundClash)
Krazzy Martin (Snafu)
Alan McPherson (Audiolife)
Aaron Russell (Rockness Dj Comp Winner 2013)
Alan Grant
Marc MacDonald
Matt Lyon
Desudo (Gearbox)
Boomshank Redemption
Dropz & Kojak (Digitized)
Andy Stone
Scott Langley (S.O.G)
Stereo Crookz
Bounce Djs

In addition to the Friday shows, Saturday will see The Underground Music Project weeky show presented by  Andy Stone who will be keeping you up to date  with the dance scene in the North.

Ginno Conti (MFR) commented “When the guys and their associates mixed it up last year, we saw the Monster FM audience and social media activity go global. From Balliferry to Brazil and Hilton to Hong Kong, these guys blew the roof of the sucker!”

The official launch party will be held at Karma Lounge on Sat 31st August with DJs from the show including Count Clockwork, Ally Ridgers and Mark Mackenzie.

The radio show will run every Friday 11pm-2am and Saturday night 10pm-2am throughout September on 106.1fm and online.

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