Plasmodium Radio is a weekly broadcast of electronic music from some of the worlds most talented DJs and producers. It celebrates electronic music’s multiple styles; techno, house, electro, downtempo, idm and hip-hop all have a home here, as well as music loosely categorized as electronic: funk, R&B and cinematic scores. Whether it’s music for listening or music for dancing, only the highest caliber of each genre will be published by Plasmodium Radio.

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Plasmodium Radio 138: D.Ramirez

Posted by | March 18th, 2013 | 0 Comments
House | Podcast | Tech-house

D Ramirez’s career as a hugely busy producer and DJ is not to be sniffed at. Having played on every continent he has performed at festivals like Glastonbury and Global Gathering and held residencies at the world’s top clubs; both Cream and Space in Ibiza and Avalon In Los Angeles to name a few.

As well as…

Plasmodium Radio 137: Dylan Sanders

Posted by | March 7th, 2013 | 0 Comments
Breakbeat | Dubstep | Mash-up | Podcast

Dylan Sanders, the bassline specialist. This well renown South Australian badass likes nothing more than filling dancefloors, downing Agwa-bombs and dishing out the freshest music to all his friends and fans.

Even though a tragic DJing accident left him without the ability to write his own DJ bio, his unique breakbeat electro style re-rubs, mashups & remixes…

Plasmodium Radio 136: Jay Zoney

Posted by | February 20th, 2013 | 0 Comments
Podcast | Techno

Jay has been a music fanatic all of his life. In 1994 Jay started DJing in Vancouver’s underground club and party scene. He has always been drawn towards dark, deep Techno. Techno is more than party music to Jay, and his energy and deeply rooted love for it are always present when he performs…

Plasmodium Radio 135: Nigel Richards

Posted by | February 12th, 2013 | 0 Comments
Podcast | Techno

Nigel Richards is an internationally-recognized DJ, producer and entrepreneur known for his unique music style and contributions to the dance music industry.

In 1993, Richards opened the doors to 611 Records, a record store for dance music DJs, in his hometown of Philadelphia. Richards’ knack for branding evolved 611 Records from a local record store in Philadelphia…

Plasmodium Radio 134: [a]pendics.shuffle

Posted by | December 25th, 2012 | 0 Comments
Podcast | Tech-house | Techno

“He’s a pilgrim and a preacher, and a problem when he’s stoned, he’s a walkin’ contradiction, partly truth
and partly fiction, takin’ every wrong direction on his lonely way back home.” Yes, those are lyrics to a
song and this is a bio about the man that goes by the name of Kenneth James Gibson. He…

Plasmodium Radio 133: JGarrett

Posted by | December 10th, 2012 | 0 Comments
Podcast | Techno

JGarrett’s music is strongly rooted in the influences of his days in the Detroit Techno scene. JGarrett specializes in pure Techno and heavy grooving TechHouse shot through with Acid and Dub influences that ride on a platform of solid, funk-inflected Motor City sensibilities.

Born in Ann Arbor, MI Josh Garrett (aka. JGarrett) grew up with the nutrient…

Plasmodium Radio 132: Adrian Rowe

Posted by | October 31st, 2012 | 0 Comments
House | Podcast | Tech-house

Originally from Virginia where a dearth of cultural pursuits encouraged him to create his own, Adrian Rowe has always done things a little differently. A product of the late 90s electronic explosion, Adrian spent most of his youth soaking up every bit of music with an electronic edge he could find building a knowledge of dance…

Plasmodium Radio 131: Bells & Whistles

Posted by | September 17th, 2012 | 0 Comments
Deep House | House | Podcast | Tech-house

Bells & Whistles is the musical collaboration between Zack Yakovlev and Yanick Rieffel. Djing separately around San Diego where they both grew up, it was not until they met up in San Francisco that they started working together. Shortly after joining forces and taking on the moniker “Bells & Whistles”, the two started their first monthly…

Plasmodium Radio 130: Anestie Gomez

Posted by | September 3rd, 2012 | 0 Comments
Deep House | House | Podcast | Tech-house

Born on a rainy day in Athens, Greece, Anestie Gomez always had an innate and almost unbearable itch for music. At the age of nine, his dad sponsored the purchase of his first vinyl record, Deep Purple’s Made in Japan. “Growing up with 70’s and 80’s rock sparked a lifestyle of not caring much,” he admits,…

Plasmodium Radio 129: Northstar

Posted by | August 20th, 2012 | 0 Comments
Dubstep | Podcast

This dubstep up-and-comer has made his way up and down the west coast sharing his brand of midtempo dubstep… and he doubles as a glass artist!