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Slam (aka Stuart McMillan and Orde Meikle) are a tour de force on the global techno circuit. Their unique, six deck, back-to-back DJ performances have seen the duo play leading clubs and festivals across the world. They are renowned for both their experience and their powerful, contemporary sound.

They are co-owners of Glasgow's Riverside Festival, and also host the legendary Maximum Pressure warehouse parties, which showcase the best emerging local talent alongside some of the most established names in international techno.

Their iconic Soma Records label boasts in excess of 600 releases, hosting Mcmillan and Meikle's own productions and many of today's most cutting-edge techno artists.

The last few years have seen some of the duo's most prolific studio output as they continue to innovate and keep things moving forward, most recently with the release of their experimental full length record Athenæum 101. In addition, Slam have also remixed tracks from the likes of Planetary Assault Systems, Clouds, Dax J, Damon Wild, Richie Hawtin, and Truncate, to name just a few.

Slam also host one of Techno's most respected weekly podcasts, Slam Radio, which has now surpassed over 400 episodes. The show allows the duo to demonstrate their conviction to creating and promoting music and vibes that provide an antidote to the mainstream by inviting fellow artists from the vibrant Techno scene, from obscure names to current trailblazers.

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BOOKINGS DJ & Live sets: chris@elitemm.co.uk
Slam (aka Stuart McMillan and Orde Meikle) are a tour de force on the global techno circuit. Their unique, six deck, back-to-back DJ performances have seen the duo play leading clubs and festivals across the world. They are renowned for both their experience and their powerful, contemporary sound.

They are co-owners of Glasgow's Riverside Festival, and also host the legendary Maximum Pressure warehouse parties, which showcase the best emerging local talent alongside some of the most established names in international techno.

Their iconic Soma Records label boasts in excess of 600 releases, hosting Mcmillan and Meikle's own productions and many of today's most cutting-edge techno artists.

The last few years have seen some of the duo's most prolific studio output as they continue to innovate and keep things moving forward, most recently with the release of their experimental full length record Athenæum 101. In addition, Slam have also remixed tracks from the likes of Planetary Assault Systems, Clouds, Dax J, Damon Wild, Richie Hawtin, and Truncate, to name just a few.

Slam also host one of Techno's most respected weekly podcasts, Slam Radio, which has now surpassed over 400 episodes. The show allows the duo to demonstrate their conviction to creating and promoting music and vibes that provide an antidote to the mainstream by inviting fellow artists from the vibrant Techno scene, from obscure names to current trailblazers.

    #SlamRadio - 443 - D.A.V.E. The Drummer

    #SlamRadio - 443 - D.A.V.E. The Drummer

    If you are into Techno Music, you may have already come across one of D.A.V.E. The Drummer’s records.

    Hailing from London’s illegal warehouse party scene that exploded in the 90’s, DJ & producer D.A.V.E. The Drummer started the label Hydraulix in 1998 as an output for his own production ideas. The label intended to bridge the gap between the acid techno of his previous productions and a darker style of techno that D.A.V.E. was experimenting with in the studio.

    Hydraulix made some big waves in the Hard Techno scene throughout the 2000’s and is still going strong with many of the new releases hitting the top spots in the Beatport Charts. Tracks from Hydraulix have found their way into the playlists of some of the worlds top DJs as well as keeping a huge following of underground Techno DJs across the globe.D.A.V.E’s recent music reflects a shift toward a darker stripped back techno sound and the label is still at the forefront of the techno scene winning respect from many DJs and taking on board fresh young artists as well as releasing tracks by seasoned Hydraulix regulars.

    Still a hard working DJ and Producer, & currently running his weekly Sunday Session show during lockdown with wife Justine doing visuals D.A.V.E. is responsible for remixes and productions for many top techno labels including: Suara, Dolma, Finder, Techburst, Harthouse, Fine Audio, Noom, Reklusive, Respect, Naked Lunch, Phobiq, Elektrax, Techburst, Cluster, Stay Up Forever, Maximum Minimum, Routemaster, Smitten, Prolekult, Nucleas, Vcious Circle and of course Hydraulix, Apex and Mutate To Survive.

    Tracklist via
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    -Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/Slam_Radio/
    -Facebook: bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup
    Archive on Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/slam/

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    -Deezer: bit.ly/SlamRadioDeezer

    Keep up with SLAM: fanlink.to/Slam
    Keep up with Soma Records: fanlink.to/SomaRecords

    For syndication or radio queries: domm@somarecords.com & conor@glowcast.co.uk
    Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk

    • 1 hr 4 min
    #SlamRadio - 442 - unperson

    #SlamRadio - 442 - unperson

    ‘oblivion will save you’

    Tracklist via
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    -Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/Slam_Radio/
    -Facebook: bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup
    Archive on Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/slam/

    Subscribe to our podcast on
    -iTunes: apple.co/2RQ1xdh
    -Amazon Music: amzn.to/2RPYnX3
    -Google Podcasts: bit.ly/SRGooglePodcasts
    -Deezer: bit.ly/SlamRadioDeezer

    Keep up with SLAM: fanlink.to/Slam
    Keep up with Soma Records: fanlink.to/SomaRecords

    For syndication or radio queries: domm@somarecords.com & conor@glowcast.co.uk
    Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk

    • 1 hr 1 min
    #SlamRadio - 441 - DJ T-1000

    #SlamRadio - 441 - DJ T-1000

    ALAN OLDHAM has been called “Detroit’s Renaissance Man,” equally as known for his art as for his music under the pseudonym DJ T-1000.

    The Detroit-born polymath, now living and working in Berlin, began his dual careers in the late 80s. First as the host of the “Fast Forward Program” on WDET FM 101.9, Detroit’s first-ever radio show devoted exclusively to electronic music, and as a young indie comic artist, writing and drawing his own original creation, “Johnny Gambit” (predating the Marvel character). Oldham was later tapped by his childhood friend, Derrick May, to illustrate the label art for the record, “Nude Photo,” on the fledgling Transmat label, and Detroit Techno history was made.

    Oldham was later hired by another childhood friend, Jeff Mills, to do PR for the nascent Underground Resistance collective, writing press releases for the label. When Mills departed for a solo career, partner “Mad” Mike Banks tapped AO to replace him as DJ for their Australian Tour of 1992, and the codename DJ T-1000 was adopted.

    Jumpstart to infamy.

    Since then, as an international DJ, Oldham has spun all over the planet, as far afield as Manila, The Phillipines, and Shanghai, China. When he’s not behind the decks at home clubs Tresor Berlin and Suicide Circus (Berlin), on the road or in the studio making music for BPitch Control, Suspected Music, Third Ear, Elypsia Records, or his own Pure Sonik Records label, he is making new paintings and organizing art openings showcasing his iconic works. Oldham has put on art happenings in Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, and Detroit, as well as his works being currently on view at the Design Museum in London, as part of its “Electronic: From Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers” exhibit. On the graphic novel side, he has also worked on the Afrofuturist classic “The Book of Drexciya, Vol 1.”

    Oldham is keeping busy during the current pandemic, drawing and painting, doing commission work, online teaching for RAMP Academy, making new music and remixing with MASCHINE MK3 and ABLETON, and generally moving forward in one of the world’s most creative cities, Berlin.

    Tracklist via
    -Spotify: http://bit.ly/SRonSpotify
    -Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/Slam_Radio/
    -Facebook: bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup
    Archive on Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/slam/

    Subscribe to our podcast on
    -iTunes: apple.co/2RQ1xdh
    -Amazon Music: amzn.to/2RPYnX3
    -Google Podcasts: bit.ly/SRGooglePodcasts
    -Deezer: bit.ly/SlamRadioDeezer

    Keep up with SLAM: fanlink.to/Slam
    Keep up with Soma Records: fanlink.to/SomaRecords

    For syndication or radio queries: domm@somarecords.com & conor@glowcast.co.uk
    Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk

    • 1 hr 5 min
    #SlamRadio - 440 - Gabriella Vergilov

    #SlamRadio - 440 - Gabriella Vergilov

    @gabriellavergilov is a Bulgarian-born Copenhagen-based producer, DJ and singer with an idiosyncratic take on electronic music, defined by an extraordinary energy on the stage, a signature finesse of productions and an obsessive passion for music and aesthetics.
    Her sound behind the decks blends synth-infused basslines, cinematic atmospheres and sensual vocals, and has been captivating audiences at clubs and festivals like Shelter Amsterdam, Arena Berlin, Dimensions Festival Croatia, Ampere Antwerp and beyond. Equally embodied in her distinctive and deeply personal productions is the influence of her homeland, from which she is proudly the only Female artist to date to appear on Boiler Room and to have her music played at the world's best dance floor- Berghain.

    Tracklist via
    -Spotify: http://bit.ly/SRonSpotify
    -Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/Slam_Radio/
    -Facebook: bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup
    Archive on Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/slam/

    Subscribe to our podcast on
    -iTunes: apple.co/2RQ1xdh
    -Amazon Music: amzn.to/2RPYnX3
    -Google Podcasts: bit.ly/SRGooglePodcasts
    -Deezer: bit.ly/SlamRadioDeezer

    Keep up with SLAM: fanlink.to/Slam
    Keep up with Soma Records: fanlink.to/SomaRecords

    For syndication or radio queries: domm@somarecords.com & conor@glowcast.co.uk
    Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk

    • 1 hr 19 min
    #SlamRadio - 439 - Dahryl

    #SlamRadio - 439 - Dahryl

    Dahryl is reshaping the definition of rough and merciless with his own thundering approach to techno making the last few years proved to be incredibly fruitful & fast rising for the Northern Irish talent.
    One year after Dahryl’s very first release on JoeFarr’s UX imprint in 2018, his track “You Don’t Always Have To Win” got handpicked by Resident Advisor as “Best Techno of 2019” which was heavily supported by the industries most reputable names.
    Recently touted as a favourite producer of Rebekahs & Providing high quality releases following up shortly after each other, Irish demolition train Dahryl is taking the scene by storm, proving to be an artist that can sit comfortably within the elite.

    Tracklist via
    -Spotify: http://bit.ly/SRonSpotify
    -Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/Slam_Radio/
    -Facebook: bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup
    Archive on Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/slam/

    Subscribe to our podcast on
    -iTunes: apple.co/2RQ1xdh
    -Amazon Music: amzn.to/2RPYnX3
    -Google Podcasts: bit.ly/SRGooglePodcasts
    -Deezer: bit.ly/SlamRadioDeezer

    Keep up with SLAM: fanlink.to/Slam
    Keep up with Soma Records: fanlink.to/SomaRecords

    For syndication or radio queries: domm@somarecords.com & conor@glowcast.co.uk
    Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk

    • 1 hr 6 min
    #SlamRadio - 438 - Kontain

    #SlamRadio - 438 - Kontain

    Hailing from the rural suburbs of Manchester, Elliott Ogden defines his infectious, bone shattering sound through his acclaimed alias 'Kontain'. Depicting rhythmically complex basslines, underwritten by thunderous drums and injected with infectious vocal loops, his productions are instantly recognisable through their signature components. 

    The ‘Civil Unrest’ Co-Founder is drawing support from industry dons Dax J, SPFDJ, Perc, Kobosil and Randomer. His pre-eminent, forthcoming debut vinyl release on Cleric's 'Clergy' imprint showcases Kontain's ability to deliver an addictive, club focused, audio sensory assault.

    Tracklist via
    -Spotify: http://bit.ly/SRonSpotify
    -Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/Slam_Radio/
    -Facebook: bit.ly/SlamRadioGroup
    Archive on Mixcloud: www.mixcloud.com/slam/

    Subscribe to our podcast on
    -iTunes: apple.co/2RQ1xdh
    -Amazon Music: amzn.to/2RPYnX3
    -Google Podcasts: bit.ly/SRGooglePodcasts
    -Deezer: bit.ly/SlamRadioDeezer

    Keep up with SLAM: fanlink.to/Slam
    Keep up with Soma Records: fanlink.to/SomaRecords

    For syndication or radio queries: domm@somarecords.com & conor@glowcast.co.uk
    Slam Radio is produced at www.glowcast.co.uk

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

kaiplaya ,

WHAT HAPPENED TO 152 ITS SO IMPORTANT TO ME I NEED IT

:(((((((((

jjp.fourth ,

Absolutely love the content, but I do have one complaint.

Every week, I listen to Slam Radio through iTunes and every week the podcast stops playing around 25% of the way through and skips to the next podcast. This isn't a problem with any other podcasts I listen to through iTunes. Can you please check the recordings or upload configuration to ensure there's nothing going awry with the source material? Thanks!

Vls99 ,

Scotland pure techno

This is techno in all its sub genres. The best from japan to Spain... top notch

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