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Pioneer Radio announces new shows



Our favourite radio station and hosts of our Data Transmission Radio Show, the one and only Pioneer DJ Radio have had a big ole shake up their programming for 2016.

They’ve added seriously vital names including Track Authority, Seven Davis JR, Doc Martin, Lupe Fuentes and an exclusive bi-weekly show from break through talent Josh Butler (who joined in December 2015) as well as guest spots from carefully selected 2016 ones to watch including Pedram.

They will be in good company joining the likes of other recent additions to the station Eats Everything, Claude Von Stroke, Philip Bader, Scuba, Trent Cantrelle, Spettro and Electric Ibiza (from the Do Not Sleep crew). Whilst truly living up to their international appeal PDJR also have secured some of the very best underground DJs from Japan including Satoshi Fumi and Osamu M.  Don’t for our Data Transmission Radio DJ Show is every Friday from 1pm (UK) with our superb host Eagles & Butterflies.

All full list of shows, including all those that are new and exclusive in detail below

New Exclusive Shows
Josh Butler (Bi-weekly) since December
Philip Bader (Monthly) since December
Flashmob (Monthly) from January
Nadja Lind (one half of Klartraum)  (Monthly) since December
Stretford Dogs Club (Weekly) since December
Tim Angrave (Weekly) since December
Brett Gould  (Monthly) since December
Pittsburgh Track Authority (Monthly) since January
Seven Davis Jr  from January
Lupe Fuentes (Weekly) since January
Osamu M (Monthly) since December
Satoshi Fumi (Monthly) since December

New Shows with minimum syndication
Trent Cantrelle  (Weekly) from  January
Spettro  (Weekly) from  January
Claude Von Stroke (Weekly) since December
Eats Everything (Monthly) since December
Shur-I-Kan (Monthly) since December
Fred Everything (Monthly) since December
Ben Gomori (Weekly) since December

New Syndicated shows
Sasha  (Monthly) from January
Blond:ish  (Monthly) from January
Scuba  (Monthly) from January

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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