James Gilmore calls the legendary Dutch DJ and Producer following his session on The W!ZARD Sessions
Hailing from the Netherlands, Ferry Corsten is truly one of the music legends of our time.
From the outset, he has been a prolific music-maker. With six full-length studio albums under his belt and multiple Gold records to his name with songs – his remix work has seen Ferry line-up alongside star names such as Justin Bieber, U2, The Killers, Public Enemy and more.
As well as all of that, he has performed basically everywhere – including festivals Tomorrowland, Creamfields, EDC Las Vegas, clubs such as Amnesia, Space, Ministry of Sound, Avalon, and iconic arenas like Amsterdam’s Heineken Music Hall, Allphones Arena in Sydney and New York City’s Madison Square Garden.
This year he has released his sixth album, ‘Blureprint a mix between an audio-book and an album. Storyboarded by Ferry alongside David H Miller (‘House of Cards’) the album is just the…
Listener Max messaged Benji Hyer saying that more young people should have turned out to ensure a Labour victory.
What went wrong for the Conservatives?
Was it the poor campaign, with May’s enclosed approach under fire in particular for bottling it in crucial moments by not turning up to debates or connecting with the public? The un-cheery and depressing manifesto, the social care policy punishing their core voting bloc of the elderly, or its u-turns?
Did May lean too far to right, focusing on UKIP voters and not engaging with the 48% who wanted Remain? Did the terrorist attacks play a part, unveiling the truth about her drastic police cuts whilst in the Home Office?
Or was this all a backlash against her calling an early election and against a hard Brexit?
Listener Max felt it could be because the Tories ignored the youth vote, but he argues that more young people should have turned out to ensure a Labour victory.…
Myles McCaulskey premiere's his new game 21 Questions, how many can you get?
Music is apart of every day life – but how much do you actually know about it?
In his new game 21 Questions, Myles McCaulskey tests the public’s general knowledge on their music trivia.
Participants answer, you guessed it, 21 Questions – 10 questions on a special subject of their choice, and then 11 general knowledge music questions.
You’ve got 21 Questions to get right, how many can you get?
This week, Myles McCaulskey plays 21 Questions with caller Tora.
Broadcasted exclusively on W!ZARD Radio Station.
Myles McCaulskey plays his new game 21 Questions with caller Tora. (15 minutes)
James Gilmore expresses his outrage at the latest episode of Katy Perry and Taylor Swift's drama
When it comes to feuds, this one’s pretty petty.
Taylor Swift and Katy Perry have been battling it out for a while now. It all started back in 2012 when, after Taylor had broken up with John Mayer, Katy started dating him (this happened after the slight Russell Brand glitch in history).
Skip a few years – three of Katy Perry’s dancers for the California Dreams tour received a place on Taylor Swift’s Red tour. The dancers skipped on to Taylor’s tour, but with an understanding that they would be needed for Katy’s Prism tour which would start before the Red tour was over.
As planned, the dancers moved back to Katy Perry’s tour before the Red tour was complete and then the beef really started.
Taylor Swift released Bad Blood about Katy Perry – and more recently Katy Perry released Swish…