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Madame Electrifie’s Box of Tricks returns to Data Transmission


UK DJ, promoter and producer Madame Electrifie is set to return to Data Transmission Radio this Friday with her now-infamous Box of Tricks show. With over 18 years of experience behind the decks (some may know her from her previous Little Jo moniker), the Box of Tricks show allows her to pull on her eclectic tastes to explore all corners of the electronic music world. 

“The radio format for me just opens up so many avenues compared to a normal mix or DJ Show,” she told DT ahead of the show’s return, in a new Friday time slot. “Whereas my DJ sets are normally rooted in funky breaks, disco and house, Box of Tricks aims to be just that, an exploration of interesting electronic music be that techno, electronica, hip hop, afrobeat, or even DnB, it’s all about the love of digging out interesting music. It’s sometimes a blessing and sometimes a curse but I hate being tied down to one genre, the only rule for the Box of Tricks show is it has to be good” 

Madame Electrifie first cut her teeth playing at leading UK venues Ministry of Sound, The Cross and Turnmills and graced many of the leading London warehouse parties in her early career. Since then she’s gone on to support some of the biggest names in electronic music over the years across all spectrums of the dance music world including The Stanton Warriors, Jon Carter, Elite Force, A Skillz, Annie Nightingale, Rob Da Bank, Krafty Kuts, The Freestylers and a whole host of bands. A festival favourite thanks to her eclectic taste; summer sees her play sets across all kinds of festival stages at Glastonbury, Bestival, Truefest, Nozstock, Wilderness & Shambala, alongside presenting her own stages at Boomtown and Beatherder. With tours of Australia and Europe also under her belt, she’s no stranger to rocking a party. 2020 has seen her locked away in the studio with several releases planned for 2021.

Catch her return to DT Radio this Friday at 4pm UK time – you can listen on our pop-out player!

You can also find her streaming regularly on Twitch for her Thursday Kitchen Disco at 7pm and Saturday Morning Twitching at 11:30. 

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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