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One of the most experienced DJ's with over 20 years in the club scene. Specializing in underground dance. Rather be old skool or new skool.

DJ Will got into dance music at very young age listening to hip hop & breakdancing. From that point on he knew he wanted to become a DJ. As the years went by, he got into the whole rave scene in the early 90's. He started collecting tracks from labels like Blapps!, XL Recordings, Moving Shadow, Suburban Base, Production House, Shut Up & Dance, Cleveland City and FFRR to name a few. DJ Will started Spinning 1995. His big break came to him in early 1996 when he started DJ'ing at one of the major night clubs in Dallas, Tx called Blue Planet. Since then, DJ Will has touched every major night club in Dallas. DJ Will has opened up for major artists like BT, DJ Icey, Bad Boy Bill. Paul Oakenfold, Richard "Humpty" Vission, Hybrid, Carl Cox, DJ Baby Anne and Krafty Kuts just to name a few. DJ Will's biggest guest to open for was Prince. DJ Will still spins in Dallas from time to time. He enjoys doing his radio show on DDM Radio. He pushes the underground music to its peak because that is his passion. Listen Back

Ferry Corsten is a Dutch DJ, record producer and remixer, the majority of his music has been trance. He is well known for producing many pioneering trance.

Having always created music with a timeless appeal, Corsten was asked by U2 to do a remix for their ‘New Year’s Day’ in 1999, but it wasn’t until 2008 when U2 released their re-mastered War album that the band decided to include Corsten’s edit. Corsten has produced and remixed for Justin Bieber, Moby, Faithless, The Killers, William Orbit, Duran Duran, Public Enemy, Nelly Furtado, Alexis Jordan, Betsie Larkin and many others including TV’s winner of the ‘X-Factor,’ Melanie Amaro. It’s no wonder that established superstars and pop culture celebrities alike seek Ferry Corsten for remixes, for it’s his winning command of music that is his magnetic draw. Original releases such as ‘Pogo’ and ‘Hyper Love’ Feat. Nat Dunn (which went Top 10 in the US) continue to entice fans, and after all these years his productions still sound as fresh as ever, regularly entering Beatport’s Trance chart. In 2001 when Corsten released ‘Punk,’ that record annihilated dancefloors from Dallas to Dubai and from Morocco to Miami. Corsten discovered Russian producer Arty several years later, and it’s the Arty Rock N Rolla Mix of ‘Punk’ that was one of the biggest records of 2011 and 2012, played by every DJ across a wide spectrum of styles. As a natural performer, the live show is tantamount to Corsten’s appeal as a DJ. Ever the shepherd of the clubbing masses, working up a sweat while championing people’s inalienable right to dance, Corsten’s live DJ performances have evolved with technology and cultural shifts. In 2007, Corsten launched his FULL ON live show concept whereby he melds different styles of dance music by playing back-to-back sets with his cherry-picked roster of DJ/producer friends and a state-of-the-art stage setup. Fellow DJs and producers such as Alesso, Dash Berlin, Aly & Fila, Mark Knight, Bassjackers, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Shogun, Cosmic Gate, and many more have accompanied Ferry on multiple venues and FULL ON stages in festivals worldwide. Since then, Full On has gone from strength to strength, with numerous residencies at the likes of Space Ibiza, a sold out ADE show at Panama, and a slot at Dance Valley in his native Netherlands. However, the show hit unprecedented heights when it was given its own stage at Tomorrowland’s 10th anniversary festival in 2013, which saw over 360,000 fans attend the festival across two weekends. In 2012, Corsten launched ‘Ferry’s Fix,’ a monthly DJ mix that is currently aired on more than 37 radio stations worldwide. Listen Back

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One of the most Experienced DJ's with over 20 years in the club scene. Specializing in underground dance. Rather be old skool or new skool Catch Will Every Fri & Sat From 7PM.
DJ-Ess is one of DDM Radio's Most Commercial DJ's Playing All His Very Own Dance & House Remixs, You can Be Sure You Will Hear Him Playing Most of The Dance Top40 With His own Remixs.
DJ-Tazz Well where Do We Start, DJ Tazz is One of Our Most Loved Old Skool DJ's, Even After a Few Beers He Still Manages To Pull off His Wicked Old Skool Show & The Listeners Just Can't Get Enough....
Steve Faseal Has Been around For More Than a Decade & Started off With Us From The Very Start Way Back in 2008, With His Natural Deep Voice The Listeners Love Listening To Him, He Stared Off Way Back On The Old Sunshine Radio Station & He Even Had To Stand On a Old Beer Create To Reach The Mic But That Didn't Stop Him Goning To Work For Atlantic 252 Producing Some great jingles For Them, Then Went on To Have His Very Own Radio Show On Club FM 106 And Played in So Many Club's We Would Be Here All Night Telling You The Names Of Them All...Steve Faseel Just a Legdnd.
DJ and producer Armin van Buuren is a born perfectionist. His five-time number one position in the critically acclaimed DJ Mag Top 100 DJs Poll has been the result of his loyalty to fans, his creativity in the studio, the perseverance with which he hosts his weekly radio show ‘A State of Trance’, and the energy he brings to the crowds in front of him. Despite the heavy pressure that comes along with being one of the world’s most popular DJs, Armin has always kept his focus on the music. And that’s exactly what keeps him going.

Judge Jules Presents The Global Warm UP.

Judge Jules began DJing professionally back in 1987.

He was quickly hired by the then-pirate radio station Kiss (UK radio station). He began his show with Radio 1 in October 1997. When he first arrived, his show went out between 17:00 and 19:00 on Saturday evenings, ahead of Danny Rampling's show. From 31 July 2004, after the departure of Seb Fontaine from the station, his show was moved to between 19:00 and 21:00 on Saturday nights, ahead of Tim Westwood. The show was widely advertised as, "The UK's Saturday Warmup", or "The Weekend Warm-Up". One of the most infamous jingles used on the show during this time described it as, "The Sound Of Saturday Night". The show kept this slot until September 2007.During those years, his music policy ranged from playing commercial to underground tracks, and much in between. The first segment of the show were taken by the Cut-Up Boys, who did a five or ten-minute mix featuring several dance tracks and a cappella tracks playing simultaneously. The rest of the first hour was generally taken up by house music and the second hour featured trance music, although if they were broadcasting the show outside the studio, the music might vary.

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End Of The Year Globle DJ Broadcast

DDM Radio Brings You a Collection of All The Show's From The Past Year, With Our Christmas Shows Also It's One Weekend You Don't Want To Miss More INFO Comging Soon!!! read more

At the age of 25, Robbert van de Corput,

Better known as Hardwell, capped off a 10 year journey when he was crowned World’s #1 DJ in the 2013 Top 100 DJs Poll cementing his position as the electronic scenes newest superstar DJ and becoming the youngest ever winner of the coveted Top 100 DJs award. In 2014 the Dutch megastar was crowned World’s #1 DJ for a second consecutive year. Having conquered almost every global territory from Asia to Africa, South America, Australia and Europe, the remarkable story behind this archetypal international DJ is one of devotion and relentless hard work... read more
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