In New DJs We Trust welcomes fresh talent each month to BBC Radio 1
We are delighted to announce that Jackmaster, Monki, Brodinski and Salva are joining the In New DJs We Trust line up. Radio 1 is committed to developing new and ground breaking DJ talent and this new line-up are all leaders in their respective fields.”Rhys Hughes, Head of Programmes, BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra
A new DJ will join each month in 2013, playing four shows each across the strand, bringing their fresh new sound to the hour-long show, which airs every Thursday 9pm-10pm on Radio 1.
We can announce today the first four DJs joining the rotation:
Monki will join In New DJs We Trust in January, representing all corners of the club from house to grime on her new show.
Jackmaster will start his show in February, where the 26-year-old DJ will play eclectic electrics from techno and house to disco and dubstep.
American DJ Salva will play the hottest underground electronic music from rap to rave and will be joining the In New DJs We Trust strand in March.
Brodinski will deliver a mash up of hip hop, house, techno and electro and will be joining in April.
In New DJs We Trust is part of Radio 1’s commitment to supporting the best in new and specialist music. Through this dedicated strand, Radio 1 champions the most important new dance music genres from the UK, while also giving new and emerging talent a chance to broadcast on national radio.
Rhys Hughes, Head of Programmes for BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra says: ”We are delighted to announce that Jackmaster, Monki, Brodinski and Salva are joining the In New DJs We Trust line up. Radio 1 is committed to developing new and ground breaking DJ talent and this new line-up are all leaders in their respective fields.”
Notes to editors
Monki will join the rotation on Thursday 7 January replacing B Traits
Jackmaster will join on the 21 Feb replacing Julio Bashmore
Salva will join on the 28 March replacing Jordan Suckley
Brodinski will join on the 11 April replacing Mosca
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