Graffiti Artists For Hire by the Graffiti Kings London UK (85)

 

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Friday

5pm – 7pm – Mark Morris High On Hope Show

7pm – 11pm – S.U.M. Sessions – Patrick Ruane, Alan Condi & Jonny Nelson kick start your weekend with Balearic & upfront House Music.

11pm – 1am – Danny Young Presents the Younger Show.

Saturday

1am – 4am – Garry Cosgrove with the House Rules Show

10am – 12am – Jnr T Tucker – killer Balearic, House, Alternative, Nu-disco.

12pm – 2pm – DJ Ali Maurice

4pm – 6pm – DJ Burnout with the Summer Beats Show – Playing the best in Trance Music.

6pm – 8pm – Trevor Fung

10pm – 12am –  DJ Greg D with the System Broadcast Show Live from The Netherlands playing Drum & Bass.

Sunday

10am – 1pm – Ray Lock Funk & Soul Show from the 70’s – quality funk,soul & disco.

6pm – 8pm – Mark Morris with the Slow Motion Show Playing Downtempo Grooves for your Sunday

8pm – 10pm – Bill Gert playing/scratching Hip Hop & FUNKY Break Beats

Monday

3pm – 5pm – Chris Connor with the Daytime Show playing new current music.

Tuesday

6.30pm – 8pm – Nick Dare with The Vinyl Frontier Show playing the very best in underground House, Deep Beats and Classic Dance tracks

8pm – 10pm – Jamie Tolley Record Box Presents Just Damm Good Music

Wednesday

8pm – 11pm – Joey T – big fat HOUSE NUFF SAID.

Thursday

8pm – 10pm – The Funkjunkie Hijack. UK FJ Residents Smiffy, Michael Prestage, The Rev JP and guests.

Guest DJs

Colin Dale – Danny Rampling – Jerry Bouthier – Vincent Groove.

 

 


Written by Banksy Forum

Banksy Forum

Banksy is an England-based graffiti artist, political activist and film director of unverified identity. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti executed in a distinctive stenciling technique.