BBC Radio 1 has announced the next wave of artists holding six-month residencies.
With last year’s residents including Charlotte de Witte, Marcel Dettmann and Nastia, BBC Radio 1 has announced that DJ Mag Best of British 2019 winners Sherelle, Paul Woolford, Denis Sulta, and Saoirse, will be re-joining the acclaimed residency slot for 2020.
Josey Rebelle has won the award for BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix Of The Year.
The London-based DJ's mix originally aired in February this year, and featured tracks from the likes of Afrodeutsche, Cooly G, Mike Dunn, and LSDXOXO.
Rebelle's win follows on from Coconut Beats boss HAAi, who scooped the award in 2018.
Deborah De Luca has made her Essential Mix debut.
Having returned to her Sola_mente imprint via 'Waiting For You' back in July, the Italian DJ, producer and label boss stepped up to the BBC Radio 1 turntables on Saturday, October 19th for a two-house mix, spinning tracks from the likes of Nostromos, Sopik, Keith Carnal and more.
Original cuts including 'Vision Ecstasy', 'Writing Songs' and 'Waiting For You' also featured.
Stormzy recently visited BBC Radio 1 to perform in the Live Lounge.
While in the coveted studios, the MC performed his own 'Sounds Of The Skeng', which dropped earlier this month, as well as a cover of Beyoncé's 'Brown Skin Girl'.
'Brown Skin Girl' was recorded for The Lion King remake released this year, and the original features Beyoncé, alongside Blue Ivy, Saint Jhn, and WizKid.
BBC Radio 1 has announced the next artists holding six-month residencies.
With last year's residents including The Black Madonna, Eats Everything and Kölsch, BBC Radio 1 announced that Charlotte de Witte, Marcel Dettmann and Paul Woolford would be joining the coveted residency slot for 2019.
Rezz has revealed that she'll soon be making her debut on Radio 1's Essential Mix, and not only that but she's also working on a two-hour selection made up of entirely her own material.
Taking to Twitter to reveal the news, she said that she was currently at work on the mix after being given the call-up to contribute to the long-running mix series, and that the mix would feature music new and old from herself.
BBC Radio 1 has announced a new lineup for its Residency show, with the likes of Charlotte de Witte, Marcel Dettmann and Paul Woolford all set to join the station between March and August of this year.
Swedish House Mafia’s Axwell has said that “of course” the trio are working on new music to perform on their forthcoming 2019 reunion tour.
He said as much in an interview with Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1 last week as he debuted his new solo single, ‘Nobody Else’.
Armin van Buuren has shared his BBC Radio 1 set, recorded in London at the end of August.
The heroic trance DJ, who lays claim to 16 years in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, 15 of which spent in the top five, has pieced together two hours of blistering business featuring more than 30 tracks from the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Above & Beyond, Underworld, Dash Berlin and M.I.K.E.
Carl Cox has spoken about how he felt following the tragic passing of EDM star Avicii in April of this year.
In a recent interview with BBC Radio 1 the legendary UK DJ said that, following the news that the 28 year-old DJ/producer had been found dead in his hotel room in Oman, he was “very, very sad because I could see he was not in control of himself.”