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WIRE's own DJ John Sanders Brings Down the House with AJ.MP3

WIRE's own DJ John Sanders Brings Down the House with AJ.MP3

WIRE DJ John Sanders knows a thing or two about EDM music. John, also knows by his music peers and fans as AJ.MP3, is extremely passionate about putting out great electronic music. He debuted with "Micropolis" a tenacious take on electronic dance music. It was met with significant success, and he's looking forward to another great year of radio and music production. We sat down with AJ.MP3 to hear more about his music and radio show!

DJ Evan Chu Puts the U in EDM

DJ Evan Chu Puts the U in EDM

The emergence of EDM (electronic dance music) is the music movement of the moment. It's since evolved into a wide range of subgenres since its explosive popularity in the digital age. Fan of the genre? Looking to hear more about it and dance along to some tasty beats? We sat down with DJ Evan Chu to learn more about EDM and his show - U EDM.

Electric WIT - Your Weekly Fix of EDM

Electric WIT - Your Weekly Fix of EDM

We are proud to announce that this week's (and WIRE's first) DJ of the Week is DJ Zeviso from Electric WIT!
We sat down and asked him a few questions about what Electric WIT is all about.


Q: What can we expect to hear on Electric WIT?

A: I play electronic music of all sorts. Usually I try to keep it to a certain genre for that weeks show such as Deep House, Future Bass, or Progressive. I do my best to keep track of the songs played from previous weeks so that I always have new songs on air each week.

Q: What are some of your favorite bands you’ll be playing?

A: It all depends on that weeks show genera of EDM. With Deep House, I tend to check out Thomas Jack and his Soundcloud to search out some new music. With Trap or Dubstep, I usually grab some music from Getter or anyone in the "Twonk Team". In the past I've played Zomboy, Brillz, Ghastly, UFO! and Lookas.

Q: What got you into electronic/EDM music? Do you produce any, yourself?

A: I used to be a heavy metal head, scremo, death core, you name it. I had never heard of EDM until between 9th and 10th grade in High School. Hearing Kaskade and Hardwell for the first time, I felt uplifted and it gave me positive vibes, other than just liking the music for what it was, as Rock and Metal gave me. A group of my friends from High schoolll also loved it and we started to go to shows and festivals together. I think that my love for very heavy Dubstep though, like Getter - Rip n' Dip is a reminiscence of my past favorite music history.
I don't produce any new songs of my own, however, I do make mixes with the name Zeviso when I get some free time, nothing professional, just a hobby!

Q: Why should we listen to Electric WIT?

A: Electric WIT can give you a full hour of new music that you may have not heard before, and will open you up to new and interesting genres of EDM.

Id like to start to, once a month, play only new songs that have just recently been released so stay dialed in on Mondays to hear more about that.

Catch Zeviso and Electric WIT Mondays at 7pm only on WIRE.
That's tonight at 7 on WIRE.
Check out a sneak peek here.

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