Tuesday, 24 May 2022

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Friday, 4 March 2022

Happy Hour>> RDJ2>> 5th & 7th March 2022


Happy Hour>>RDJ2 https://bit.ly/radiodj2>> 5th March from 19:45EET (18:45CET) & 7th March from 09:00EET (08:00CET) / 21:00EET (20:00CET), you can listen the album "Homework (25th Anniversary Edition)" by Daft Punk, album released on February 2nd, 2022.
A year to the day since announcing their break up, Daft Punk are back in action to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their groundbreaking 1997 album Homework with a new digital release, vinyl reissues and a one-time livestream of a rare performance without their signature helmets.
Earlier this afternoon, social media profiles for the French duo of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo shared photos of the Daft Punk logo that adorned Homework's cover, in addition to a flyer from their supporting "Daftendirektour" and an illuminated marquee advertising their appearance at the Mayan Theatre in Los Angeles.
Hours later, those three teasers now culminate in a deluxe digital reissue of Homework, along with a one-time-only livestream of that Mayan Theatre concert you can tune into here via Twitch. Homework's 25th anniversary edition brings together the original album and a slew of remixes from Masters At Work, DJ Sneak, Todd Terry, Motorbass, Slam, Ian Pooley, I:Cube, Roger Sanchez & Junior Sanchez — nine of which have never appeared on DSPs before. The Mayan Theatre concert notably features Bangalter and Homem-Christo behind the decks without their iconic Daft Punk helmets. Of course, the "Daftendirektour" which featured this Los Angeles performance led the duo to record and release their first live album, Alive 1997. Daft Punk have also announced that in the physical realm, both Homework and Alive 1997 will come back to vinyl worldwide on April 15, with further pre-order information soon to come through their official website. Upon its release, Homework brought greater attention to French house music on the strength of singles like "Da Funk" and "Around the World." Bangalter shared in an interview following Homework's release that its title was derived from "the fact that we made the record at home, very cheaply, very quickly, and spontaneously, trying to do cool stuff." Daft Punk would not deliver sophomore follow-up Discovery until 2001. Third album Human After All would follow in 2005, while the duo's most recent studio effort remains 2013's Random Access Memories.

Wednesday, 2 March 2022

Happy Hour >RDJ1> 5th & 6th March 2022


This weekend @ Happy Hour, you can listen the album "Euphoria" by Aurosonic, album released on November 11th, 2021. Great news for all fans of Aurosonic! We will celebrate the incredible career, music and journey of Aurosonic on their upcoming artist album 'Euphoria'. Their trademark progressive sound has become a mainstay in the genre and given us show stopping collaborations with some of the biggest names in Vocal Trance such as Kate Louise Smith, Ana Criado, Susana, Jan Johnston, Stine Grove, Ellie Lawson, Sarah Russell, Katty Heath, Neev Kennedy, Sarah Lynn, Fenna Day, Sharon Valerona, Cathy Burton, Katie Marne and more!
RDJ1> https://bit.ly/radiodj1 >5th & 6th March> 10:00EET(09:00CET) / 22:00EET(21:00CET)
RDJ2>> https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >>5th March>> 03:00EET(02:00CET) / 15:00EET(14:00CET)

Wednesday, 23 February 2022

Happy Hour>> RDJ2>> 26th & 28th February 2022

 Happy Hour>>RDJ2 https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >> 26th February 2022, from 20:00EET (19:00CET) & 28th February from 09:00EET (08:00CET) & 21:00EET (20:00CET), the album "Rummelbums" by Finch, album released on February 18th, 2022. On his new album RUMMELBUMS, FiNCH delivers a wild potpourri of music genres, in keeping with the album title.Every hype now only needs this album to always have the right bang at the start, from bumper cars to the Ferris wheel.The producer duo Dasmo & Mania Music move effortlessly from the early 80s to the modern day and deliver track for track perfect background music for the artist's repeatedly unexpected ideas in terms of text, mood and style. You will also discover on this album, famous collaborations with Scooter, Blumchen, Le Shuuk, DJ Paul Elstak and others.

Happy Hour> RDJ1> 26th & 27th February 2022


This weekend @ Happy Hour> RDJ1> "Stings & Strings (The Album)" by Dave Steward, album released on December 16th, 2021.
RDJ1> https://bit.ly/radiodj1 >26th & 27th February> 10:00EET(09:00CET) / 22:00EET(21:00CET)
RDJ2>> https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >>16th February>> 03:00EET(02:00CET) / 15:00EET(14:00CET)

Tuesday, 15 February 2022

Happy Hour>> RDJ2>> 19th & 21st February 2022


Happy Hour>>RDJ2>> 19th & 21st February 2022>> "Dawn FM" by The Weeknd, album released on 7th January 2022. We might have noticed that there was something universally, perversely relatable about the Weeknd’s music when songs from his 2015 album appeared on the 50 Shades of Grey soundtrack and were nominated for a Kids’ Choice Award. To think that Abel Tesfaye—who rose to fame somewhat anonymously with sweaty mixtures about Alizé for breakfast and pills that burned his brain—would one day go on to play the Super Bowl would have felt bizarre to even his fans. But after a long album rollout for 2020’s After Hours wherein the singer had his face made up with bruises, blood, and bandages, there he was on the most-watched telecast of 2021—92 million people tuning in—looking like a quarter-billion bucks. A decade after his initial rise to fame, he had ascended to true Starboy status, glistening in a red sequin suit, performing hit after hit from his catalog, pop’s antihero taking his rightful place on the throne.
After Hours was a dancefloor record released when every dancefloor was under lockdown, an attempt to bridge the gap between a despondent persona and Billboard-charting retro-funk, flirting with both impulses without committing to either. On Dawn FM, released with essentially no fanfare, the Weeknd has gone all-in on a biblical fantasia, melding frisson and fear into euphoric disco and ’80s R&B with life and death stakes. And for the first time in all his dead-eyed chronicles of debauchery, he sounds a little scared about it.
Dawn FM is a concept album, sort of. In interviews, Tesfaye has said that the album plays like listening to a kind of adult contemporary radio station as you sit in a traffic jam in the tunnel, only the tunnel is purgatory and the light at the end of the tunnel is death. For the most part, Tesfaye earns this framework—he doesn’t toss out half–baked theories on the meaning of life as much as he prods at the looming dread and terror inherent to it. He filled his early-career songs with metaphorical self-destruction; on “Gasoline,” he sings about setting himself on fire: “It’s 5 a.m./I’m nihilist/I know there’s nothing after this,” he drones in a disarming British accent, bluntly summarizing his entire discography. His previous itch was for drugged-out oblivion, but Dawn FM is all about annihilation. Interspersed with his real-life neighbor Jim Carrey playing a blissed-out radio DJ and parody commercials for the afterlife, Dawn FM takes the Weeknd on a literal death drive.
This architecture gives a smart cover for the Weeknd to experiment beyond the confines of his previous work. Past songs charted the course of a single tortured party or a frantic, frenetic night; here, he opts for more grandeur. He executive produced the album alongside pop powerhouse Max Martin and experimental electronic musician Daniel Lopatin, aka Oneohtrix Point Never, and the two function like a devil and angel perched on his shoulders—Martin’s glittering effects, Lopatin’s abstractions and absurdity—alongside production from Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia, and longtime collaborator Oscar Holter.
The result is a singular sound, with entropy built into the catchy dance tracks. You can hear it in the panoramic bleats on “How Do I Make You Love Me,” the buzz and haze of “Every Angel Is Terrifying,” the electronic squiggles on “Don’t Break My Heart,” before the Weeknd deadpans a line like, “I almost died in the discothèque.” Even the songs that sound the most like classic Weeknd fare—the blasé throb of “Best Friends,” the rap-adjacent cadence that starts “Here We Go….Again”—are flecked with screeching strings and squirming synths. The sound is decadent because it’s so discordant; each song is sumptuously saturated with instrumental quirks. Dawn FM is a cavernous album, and the surprises on its tracks can feel like hidden crystalline chambers. A sample from a 1983 Japanese city pop song slips into a shimmery ballad; a Beach Boys member coos background vocals while Tyler, the Creator howls, “You gon’ sign this prenup,” four times in a row.
The album works best when the Weeknd spirals out. The five-minute version of “Take My Breath” stretches out into a shimmering struggle—you can hear him fight for air, his gasps reverberating over the striding beat. He negotiates boundaries with a lover on “Sacrifice,” alternating between devotion and defiance; “When you cry and say you miss me, I lie and tell you that I’ll never leave,” he hisses, but he admits the extent to which he’s already compromised. He cycles through paranoia and jealousy, only making promises when he feels threatened. “The only thing I understand is zero-sum of tenderness,” he hums early in the album, and for much of the record he flails between articulating that cynicism towards romance and defeating it, like on the treacly “Starry Eyes.” It’s a ballad primed for catharsis, but it builds toward a limp conclusion: “Let me be there for your heart,” he wails, a syrupy pledge that seems to come out of nowhere and oversimplifies the toll it takes on him.
Still, this is the Weeknd’s most ambitious project in sound and scope, and the most effective record he’s put out in years. Part of the thrill comes from hearing him take himself a little less seriously, like the wink in his voice as he sings station identification bumpers in requisite jazzy harmony. There’s also all the little grace notes throughout: Quincy Jones detailing how childhood trauma ravaged his adult relationships; Tesfaye reciting a stanza from Rilke’s “Duino Elegies,” murmuring that “Beauty is the terror we endure.” This, too, could be a thesis statement for the Weeknd’s work—the horror built into compulsion, the fear that anything worth having will corrode. But it’s the pursuit of beauty that enchants this album, the search for the sublime, the will to turn a grid-locked crawl towards death into something incandescent. “You gotta be heaven to see heaven,” Jim Carrey muses on the album’s final track, a winding spoken-word poem that unfolds like a prayer. It’s a lovely thought, an instruction and a plea—to abandon regret, to hollow out shame, to cobble bliss out of the chaos, for as long as we’re able

You can listen the album on RDJ2>> https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >>here:
19th February 2022 from 20:00EET (21:00CET)
21st February 2022 from 09:00EET (08:00CET) & 21:00EET (20:00CET)

Happy Hour> RDJ1> 19th & 20th February 2022

Happy Hour, on this weekend, 19th & 20th February 2022 on RDJ1 & RDJ2 presents again for you, 2 albums by Dave Steward and SMR LVE. https://youtu.be/aBj5_6KRLhg

1) First album of the weekend, is "Metanoia" by Dave Steward, released on September 10th, 2021. "Metanoia" is the result of a three year journey that explores the trance universe from the perspective of those on the dancefloor. Dave Steward defines and develops the relationship between dreamy, floating and beautifully uplifting melodies - the trademark of the genre - structured within, and yet accentuated by, the pulsing rhythmic structures that are the beating heart of trance.
2)The second album of the weekend is "Rising Stars" by SMR LVE, album released on September 17th, 2021. "Rising stars" by SMR LVE (pronounced summer love) have been making waves within the electronic dance industry in recent times, releasing one fire track after the other. Looking to take their success one step further, the progressive house and trance duo have just released their debut album titled ’To The Stars.’
Featuring a track-list of 15 songs, the Canadian DJ’s/producers have worked with an array of vocal artists in a bid to ensure that each and every track will be impacting the listener and taking them on a journey which is literally out of this world. With the album’s first single, ‘Need Somebody,’ being voted the Future Favorite on Armin van Buuren’s ‘A State Of Trance’ radio show, SMR LVE went on to gain further recognition with the release of ‘Rising Sun’ and ‘Through The Fire’.Impacting the industry from such an early stage is no easy feat, however SMR LVE have managed in such a short period of time to not only gain the attention of some of the biggest names within the scene, but also create an imprint which will help create a prosperous career for these multi-talented artists. Moreover, working with top vocalists such as Christina Novelli, Roxanne Emery, Linney, Eric Lumiere, That Girl, Kyler England and more, can only help further elevate the album’s prestige to the wider audience. Having already tasted success with each of their singles released, the duo will look to firmly make their mark within the scene. Creating an album like no other, each track will have the listener wanting for more, whilst the slow transitions from melodic to faster, more club like sounds of progressive music will be causing that sense of euphoria throughout. Concluding with pure uplifting sounds, ‘To The Stars’ culminates years of work with the duo stating the following: “A club like atmosphere of progressive tracks. The journey then takes you to pure uplifting, essentially taking you on a musical journey ‘To The Stars.’ We worked with all of the top vocalists possible for this album and we hope you guys love it!”
Out now via Markus Schulz’s Coldharbour Recordings, this latest album is destined for nothing other than the top of the charts. With each track providing that unique element surrounding the duo’s signature sound, each vocalist then helps elevate the track to a different dimension.  https://youtu.be/aBj5_6KRLhg
The both albums you can listen here:
RDJ1> https://bit.ly/radiodj1 >19th & 20th February> 10:00EET(09:00CET) / 22:00EET(21:00CET)
RDJ2>> https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >>19th February>> 03:00EET(02:00CET) / 15:00EET(14:00CET)

Wednesday, 9 February 2022

Happy Hour>> RDJ2>> 12th & 14th February 2022

 Happy Hour>> RDJ2 https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >> 12th February from 19:45EET (18:45CET) & 14th February 2022 from 09:00EET (08:00CET) & 21:00EET (20:00CET)>> the part.2 (CD2) of the album "EPIC (Deluxe version) by Schiller, album released on November 11th, 2021.

Happy Hour> RDJ1> 12th & 13th February 2022


This weekend 12th & 13th February 2022 @ Happy Hour >RDJ1 & >>RDJ2, you can listen 3 albums by Aleksey Litunov "Endorphins"'s released on October 15th 2021, Maor Levi "Am I Dreaming" released on October 29th 2021, Rainer K "Back in those days" released on December 3rd, 2021.  https://youtu.be/QRyMo-LMGEk
RDJ1> https://bit.ly/radiodj1 >12th & 13th February> 10:00EET(09:00CET) / 22:00EET(21:00CET)
RDJ2>> https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >>12th February>> 03:00EET(02:00CET) / 15:00EET(14:00CET)

Wednesday, 2 February 2022

Happy Hour>> RDJ2>> 5th & 7th February 2022


Happy Hour>> RDJ2 https://bit.ly/radiodj2 >> 5th February from 19:45EET (18:45CET) & 7th February 2022 from 09:00EET (08:00CET) & 21:00EET (20:00CET)>> the part.1 (CD1) of the album "EPIC (Deluxe version) by Schiller, album released on November 11th, 2021. The second part (CD2) you can listen the next week !
"Christopher von Deylen (SCHILLER) creates his own epic orchestral sound on "EPIC". Drawing inspiration from film music, SCHILLER combines his atmospheric electronic soundscapes with emotional orchestral arrangements to create an imaginary cinematic soundtrack. SCHILLER recorded the album together with a huge symphonic orchestra in famous Synchron Stage in Vienna, where Hans Zimmer or James Newton Howard have also recorded some of their scores. "Working with forty creative people was a breath-taking experience," SCHILLER says about the recording. "Although there are sound libraries with excellent orchestra samples, real instruments are fortunately irreplaceable. You immediately feel a wonderful, powerful energy. Being in a huge room full of collective creative power is incredibly inspiring. On ‘Epic’ I try to capture this mood and share it with the listeners." "EPIC" features twelve opulent tracks on which SCHILLER fuses his trademark sound with fantasy and fiction. Each track is a self-contained musical narrative with goosebumps guaranteed.