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Join me Sunday night 7-10pm for the evening session, rounding off your weekend with Quality; Jazz, Funk, Soul, Latin, Gospel, House, Dance. Plus Oldies, Classics, Rare Groove, New & Current releases and anything else that makes you move!!

I've been in the music industry over 40 years from my 1st reggae sound system where i worked my way up to be a selector. I went on in the early 90s to do my own thing solo dj... Playing variable genres, of which i still do.

I started DJing just after I began making music in 2016. I would use to send my tracks to some of the DJs on the station, such as Digital Dan and Frenchy, and be mind blown hearing my records on the air! I'll always be thankful for this kind of support as it's now allowed me to do music full-time (alongside my university degree), where so far I've been lucky enough to do an Annie Mac Radio 1 Mini mix, play at Printworks and remix artists that were my inspirations when this all started.

I’ve been DJing/Presenting since 1998. I originally broke into local commercial radio as a presenter for the Chiltern FM at the age of 19. I joined In2beats back in 2016 where I began hosting a show called ‘Weekend Anthems’ I’m a huge dance music fan and this gave the perfect platform to start playing my favourite old skool, throw back and dance anthems. I also play the best in new dance music too!

It all began when Silva heard Steve “Silk” Hurley – Jack Your Body back in 1986, He had to have this song. This was his first ever vinyl purchase. There would still be another 13 years before he purchased his first set of decks and yet he still didn’t know how to mix. After many visits to “Just A Groove” record shop, and an unknowingly KC teaching him how to mix without him actually asking

As far as I can remember I have always love music, disco music was my first love from the tramps.. disco inferno Thelma Houston.. dont leave me this way.donna summer .. jackson 5.. when disco came to a end i had to find a new fix which was jazz funk in the early 80s great times great brit funk band fell in love with the soul boogie music leroy burgess for example.. started to spend so much money on vinyl records, imported American soul music was taking over my life started to live in nite clubs in London Thursday Friday and Saturday night. they were the glory days for me.

Host Names - Daps & Supes Day Playing – Every Friday Time To & From – From 10pm to Midnight Influences: DJ EZ, Shortee Blitz, Trevor Nelson, Heartless Crew, Ace & Vis, Rampage DJ Bio Details: Daps & Supes both originally came up in 2001 through the UK Grime Scene as members of Macabre Unit, Xplicit Crew and IMP Batch, playing at Sidewinder, Catch The Feelin, Garage Nation, Casino, Fetish, Rush Hour, Beats to Battle and also appearing multiple times on 1xtra, Risk FM, Rinse FM, De Ja Vu and Manic FM. Both were also regulars at Grime events being held at Cabana, Bedford including the self-promoted ‘Rep Your Manor’ events that now go down in the folk law of the Grime Scene. Whilst both Daps and Supes were members of Grime Crews, they also joined forces with Shaq, to form Treble Trouble on Risk FM. As Treble Trouble the show allowed their personalities to shine and to show their true love for Rap and RnB, and even at this early stage, began to try and push the UK’s own RnB and Hip Hiop artists, both local and further afield. After both had ‘sabbaticals’ they came back with a bang in 2011 focusing only on Rap, RnB and Dancehall forming New Money Entertainment alongside DJ Slax and Slim Saga in the club scene. In the clubs, they were residents in the White room at Elements, residents for RUM Entertainment in Southampton, residents at both Buddha Blue and Cookies & Cream in Milton Keynes, also guesting at Delirious Ents, Strictly Bashment, Gifted Ents, many other Uni raves across the UK and also DJing in Ayia Napa at Black & White Club and in Malia at Lush Bar. During this period they also ran their own events Innuendo, Urban Education and Passout and started a show known as ‘The Lookout Show’ on both In2Beats and Jamrock radio, known as ‘The Lookout Show’ with the help of long-time friend and co-host DJ Droid, focusing only on the UK Rap scene. Both again have been on a 5 year sabbatical, focusing on their careers and families, but during Covid-19 felt it was time to bring back ‘The Lookout Show’ but now making it more around mixing different flavours of the UK scene ranging from Rap to Dancehall, RnB to Drill and AfroSwing to Grime. The show is also now has a lot more debates and banter about serious and non-serious topics on road. Show Name: The Lookout Show Show Genres: Anything UK with a Vibe Show Details: The Home of UK Rap, Drill, RnB, Dancehall and AfroSwing To submit Radio Edited music to the show Email: Website: Facebook Group: The Lookout Show UK Instagram: TheLookoutShowUK Twitter: @LookoutShowUK Snapchat: LookoutShowUK

Torsion was there from the beginning of the Jungle DnB Dance Culture rave scene. Starting his 30 plus years DJ journey in his bedroom with some unknown turntables. Through out the 90s Torsion wowed fans around the radio scene doing pirate radio stations such as Pressure Fm 101.5, Rude Awakening 104.3, Lur 101.2, Raw Fm 107.9, Mission Fm 106.5, just to name a few. Also done most iconic parties such as Exdous and the Brixton Acadamy. As music radically changes Torsion is always at the forefront of the fresh new sounds. In the past 10 years can boast being in a very privileged position where his unique musical styles and 21 year fan base and reputation has seen him headline a diverse and exciting mix of the best underground parties around the Uk. Listen to Torsion Each and Every Saturday Night on Bedfords Mighty In2beats 106.5 Fm between the hours of 2200-0000 GMT.


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