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Ministry of Breaks Show comes to Data Transmission Radio


The Ministry of Breaks Radio Show has come to Data Transmission Radio!

According to the rule of 10,000, it takes approximately 10,000 hours of practice to truly become an expert at something and master one’s trade. However, for Blaze DJ, 10,000 hours was but a mere apprenticeship. The London based DJ has put so many hours in, that he has come to develop an almost telepathic connection to the decks, the music he plays and the people who listen.

A genuine member of the Acid House generation, Blaze DJ considers himself to be “one of the lucky ones” to have witnessed the growth of the UK’s electronic music scene from its beginnings to the present day. Yet, he manages to bring the same enthusiasm and energy to his sets now, thirty years later, as he did while playing the epic parties of the early 90s. 

For Blaze DJ, it is and always has been all about the break. Influenced by many artists from the early days right through to today, he has managed to take all his inspiration and influences and weave them into the tapestry that is his own unique sound. Think 70’s NYC, meets 90 Rave with a hint of 00’s Dubstep breaks, a touch of acid and a tabasco hit of 80’s pop and you’ll start to get an understanding of Blaze DJ’s style.

Now under his brand Ministry of Breaks, Blaze DJ hosts a mix series of the best breakbeat inspired music from around the globe with exclusive releases from leading Breaks labels including Nipponeer Records, Lizplay Records, One 7 Audio, Elektroshok Records, Distorsion, 13 Monkeys and Ravesta Records. Other highlights in this series are random eclectic live remixes, which on paper shouldn’t work, but surprisingly masterfully blended as if they were released that way.

So, calling the Old Skool for the 21st Century and take a break from the norm.  

You can listen to the shows on Data Transmission Radio on the 4th Week of the month on a Thursday at 1am (UK), listen back to this weeks show below!

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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