THE SILKY SHOW presents Guest mix from Mark Moore / Friday 6th Feb 2015 / 20:00-00:00 gmt

This Show sees the gang return with yet another Superstar name !

Moore began his DJ career in 1983 playing at the fashionable London club, ‘The Mud Club’, run by Philip Sallon. Later that year as his popularity grew he was given a slot at the alternative, mixed/gay night ‘Asylum’ at Heaven nightclub which later became ‘Pyramid’ at Heaven.[1] He soon became a successful DJ often appearing in Time Out’s ‘best DJ’ polls. As well as playing new-wave electronic dance music, such as Yello, Cabaret Voltaire, Soft Cell and New Order; Moore was one of the first DJs in the UK to support and play Chicago House music and Detroit Techno.[2]

In 1988 Moore launched S’Express with co-writer/co-producer Pascal Gabriel. The first single “Theme From S’Express” went to number 1 in the UK Singles Chart, and is credited by Muzik magazine as ‘kick starting the UK house scene’. This was followed up with “Superfly Guy” which reached number 5 in the UK Chart.

Moore and William Orbit formed a friendship, when Moore asked Orbit to remix the S’Xpress hit, “Hey Music Lover”, and the duo worked together mixing Prince’s “Batdance”, “Electric Chair” and “The Future” plus Malcolm McLaren’s “Deep in Vogue”, “Something’s Jumpin’ In Your Shirt” and “Call A Wave”. Moore also had a working relationship with engineer Mark McGuire. He would feature up-and-coming Billie Ray Martin as vocalist on “Hey Music Lover”, giving her early exposure before her band, Electribe 101, released its debut album. An admirer of the composer Philip Glass, Moore asked Glass to remix “Hey Music Lover”, which the composer did in singular style. A friendship was also formed with Carl Craig when he first came to London aged 19[3] and Craig worked on the second S’Express album “Intercourse”.

Moore also had made a cameo appearance as a pirate radio DJ on Bomb the Bass’s debut album Into The Dragon. Moore was heard playing the ‘fluffy bagel mix’ of “Superfly Guy” on “Get Outta Bed Radio!” That mix can by found on the Hip Hop and Rapping in the House compilation released in the late 1980s. Other cameos include appearing on the French & Saunders TV show as part of the She Rappers sketch, which can be seen on ‘The Best of French And Saunders’ DVD.

During 2002, he was involved with the Needledust project with Robert Michael and Tim Southgate. In 2005, Moore set up the record label Umami Records. From 2005 onwards Moore has released new music and remixes under the monikers Mark Moore & Eon, Mark Moore & Kinky Roland and UltraViva (with David Motion). Moore has also remixed Prince, Malcolm McLaren, Seal, Erasure, Dead Or Alive, Divine, Boystown Gang, The Real Thing, Randy Crawford, The B-52’s, Soft Cell, the electro pop band, Temposhark,[4] Unklejam, Client, Mlle Caro & Frank Garcia, Next Door But One and Chanty Poe, amongst others. In 2008 S’Express came out of cryogenic slumber and released “Stupid Little Girls” on the Kitsuné label to mark the 20-year anniversary of the second summer of love and (according to Moore) to ‘confuse the history books’.

Moore also writes articles for magazines. He has a weekly music column with Princess Julia in QX International. Published articles include: interviews with John Waters (Waters gave Moore permission to sample his voice on the start of the S’Express track “Brazil”) and Siouxsie Sioux (for ID magazine); a Russ Meyer feature for Fused; ‘Acid House London: The Mark Moore Experience'[5] for Clash Magazine; ‘Punk Rock Saved My Life'[6] for Super Super.

BINARY SESSIONS presents – Guest mix from Bushido / Monday 2nd Feb 2015 18:00-20:00 gmt

Binary Sessions have a very special guest mix 2/2/15 from the up and coming Glaswegian Producer/DJ known as Bushido. Bushido brings a unique sound of Jersey and Baltimore Club mixed heavily with Bass music and Grime giving you a very gritty and honest sounding genre. He is one to watch with releases on labels such as Astral Black and most recently a remix featured on the massive LuckyMe label. Which has led to his tracks being played by many other djs, including the LuckyMe collective on there own RinseFM show.


This Friday on Groove City Radio…

Infected Digital Records takes over the regular ‘Inner State’ sessions show featuring special guests James Allan, Kris Tulloch and Iain McGinty alongside GTS. They’ll be bringing you exclusive plays of upcoming tracks released on the label as well as the best in trance. Tune in from 20:00 – 22:00 for an unforgettable show!”

THE BOUNCE SESSIONS presents guest mix from 3LAU / Thursday 12th Feb 2015 / 20:00-22:00 gmt

Groove City Radio are pleased to bring you on this weeks Bounce Sessions 3LAU

Bounce Sessions is proud to present its first International Guest of the show. American DJ 3LAU has made his presence known in the Dance scene in recent years playing huge festivals including Ultra Music Festival in Miami and releasing even bigger tunes over the last two years including smash hits ‘Escape’, ‘How You Love Me’ and a collab with Dash Berlin ‘Somehow’ . 3LAU’s latest release is out on Hardwell’s Revealed Recording and features the vocals of the UK’s own Estelle, ‘The Night’ is available for download now.
12th February sees 3LAU blow us away with an exclusive mix for Bounce Sessions. Not to be missed.

BINARY SESSIONS new show features

Binary Sessions Monday 18.00 – 20.00 presented by David Breen & Ramis Salim of Binary.

On the Binary Sessions expect to hear the latest in Trap, Jersey Club, Bass music, R&B and everything inbetween. Binary specialise in a sound like no other show on the station bringing you the best of the underground music from all over the world. Weekly there is New Music features showcasing new singles, unreleased exclusive tracks and remixes as well as the old favourites thrown in. There are also guest mixes from local producer and DJs showing the listener talent from our very own doorstep and weekly features focusing on artists, labels, era’s and genres.

THE SILKY SHOW presents guest mix from Mario Piu / Friday 23rd January 2015 / 20:00-00:00 gmt

This Friday night Bryan & Alan are back in the studio for a 4 hour Live show including live mixes from Silky residents Cazmac & David Dawson and the special guest mix from Italian Dj Mario Piu.. Tune in from 8pm gmt on

set times for the show are:

20:00 – 20:45 Alan Harvey
20:45 – 21:30 Cazmac
21:30 – 22:30 Mario Piu
22:30 – 23:15 David Dawson
23:15 – 00:00 Bryan Love

NEW SHOW *DON’T DROP with Stephen McFadden & Kris McEwan / fortnightly Friday’s from 16:00-18:00 gmt starting 23rd Jan 2015

GROOVE CITY RADIO are delighted to welcome to the station Stephen McFadden & Kris McEwan with their new fortnightly show DON’T DROP which will start this Friday 23rd January @ 16:00 – 18:00 gmt

The guys will be bringing you a 2 hour show filled with Deep & Tech House tracks and they already have a few guest mixes lined up for you all..

Welcome to the station from everyone at GCR enjoy 🙂

you can find Stephen & Kris on their Don’t Drop facebook page

THE ESSENTIAL HOUSE MIX presents CRISTOPH Saturday 24th Jan 2015 / 16:00-18:00 gmt

This week on the Essential House Mix with Lakester (Andy Lakey) a Guest Mix from Defected Records – Cristoph….


There’s a new kid on the block and he is starting to make quite a stir in the North of England. The hugely talented up-and-comer, Cristoph, is set to cause quite a storm in the world of dance music throughout the course of the next 12 months.

Big things are expected from the young Geordie, whose DJ sets and productions range from Deep House to Tech House to Techno, intergrating heavy basslines with quality, uplifting melodies, appealing to a broad spectrum of fans.

Brought up listening to his Fathers Motown vinyl and his older brothers Chicago and Detroit House cassettes, Cristoph’s love of music started at a young age and grew rapidly. After hearing productions by the likes of Masters at Work and Marc ‘MK’ Kinchen his interest in dance music was cemented. In his teens Cristoph messed around with instruments and different production equipment, but by the time he was old enough to experience club culture firsthand he made the realistation that DJing was the true vehicle in which to deliver his music. Over the past couple of years Cristoph has spent considerable periods of time sharpening his mixing and production skills and now he is reaping the rewards with recent bookings in Ibiza and across Europe for his DJing, and labels and fellow producers all starting to take note of his productions.

Predicted by enthusiasts and industry pundits to have big things come his way, Cristoph is on his way to becoming the next shining star and settling himself alongside some of the great DJ’s and producers that England provides.

BINARY SESSIONS show feature on LUCKY ME RECORDS 19TH Jan 2015 18:00-20:00 gmt

On tonight’s Binary Sessions at the NEW start time of 6pm gmt the guys are doing a half hour feature on Glasgow based LuckyMe Records…

LuckyMe are referred to as defining the sound of 2014 along with other British labels ‘carrying the torch lit by legendary British independents such as Rough Trade, Warp and Domino.’ by The Guardian[32] The label’s producers formed a stronger relationship with pop music as new signing Cashmere Cat released music with Ariana Grande, Ludacris, Tinashe and Charli XCX amongst others. The label and studio were given creative freedom on the Boiler Room launch of Hudson Mohawke’s Chimes in Los Angeles. Director Dominic Flannigan curated an indulgent set of performances which featured costume design by Tirsh Hunter (known for her work on Björk’s Wunderlust video) and sets by Flying Lotus and Lunice.[33][34][35]

The label co-curated a SXSW event with Warp at which a number of its roster performed, as well as a showcase at Miami Winter Music Conference with performances by Cashmere Cat, Jacques Greene, Obey City and Joseph Marinetti. The label’s artists also performed at MoMA PS1 warm-up in New York and main stages at Field Day festival in London. Eclair Fifi starred in a campaign as an artist and model for H&M.[36][37]

LuckyMe released Claude Speeed’s debut album My Skeleton.[38] The studio produced videos for new releases by Cashmere Cat, Lunice, Rustie and Joseph Marinetti, and the label released records by Jacques Greene, Tim Vocals, S-Type, Sevendeaths and Baauer.[19][39]

S-Type and Hudson Mohawke produced The Rap Monument – one of the longest rap songs of all time, wherein 36 rappers were recorded over a 42 minute compositon by Nick Hook in studios across several different cities

BOUNCE SESSIONS presents The Extended Old School Mix / Thursday 15th Jan 2015 @ 20:00-22:00gmt

This weeks Bounce Sessions with Chris Stewart, Liam Reside & Craig Onion they are treating all you #bangingthursday listeners to an extended Old School Mix live on this Thursday’s show… Tune in from 8pm gmt on