Ibiza Sonica presents Bigger Than J.E.S.u.S


A new dance music supergroup has formed.
Jackmaster | Eats Everything | Seth Troxler |u| Skream

Distinguished in their own right, these four DJs and producers come together in a colossal experimental group to form what is the biggest group in the contemporary dance music scene.

As DJs and producers they’ve all come such a long way. In 2006, Dan Pearce (aka Eats Everything) was DJing for 7 years in Bristol; Skream was still a fledgling in the Dubstep scene; Jackmaster was up in Glasgow with his Numbers label only in its third year and Seth Troxler – well Seth was already making waves with his first EP ‘Love Bezerker’ out on Berettamusic Grey.

You can hear the ‘Bigger Than J.E.S.u.S’ shows right here on Mixcloud courtesy of Ibiza Sonica: 


Or perhaps you want to listen to Eats Everything? You can right HERE.


Dotdotdot Launch Event @ BL_NK in London


Dotdotdot is a brand-new series of monthly events for London’s creative and digital industries by onedotzero. If you like thinking outside-the-box and feeding your mind with inventive and engaging content then this party is for you.

The launch party at BL_NK on the 24th July 2014 features a program that explores the intersection of sound, interaction and design and plays host to the finest minds in the creative industry including the prominent 22-year-old world-renowned architect Felix Faire.

We’re providing an audio experience from NTS Radio presenter Tim Parker who also runs the You’ll Soon Know bi-weekly show alongside the exalted-taste of the Good Block DJs.

It’s an experience not to be missed. If you’d like to attend, RSVP with your name and details to info@onedotzero.com. Full details here.

Newsflash: Mixcloud at the V&A Shoreditch Takeover


V&A w/ Mastercard | Shoreditch Takeover | Mixcloud | 25-26 July | Free Entry

Rarely are electronic music events staged in venues which both explores soundscapes on the periphery of club music with a real mature and arty outlook. Welcome to Shoreditch – London’s new-musical sweetheart.

We’re in charge come the 26th and are bringing with us a glut of talent to showcase a myriad of specially-curated podcasts, mixes and radio shows by some of London’s most respected sonic-connoisseurs.

RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1424621194493535/


Venue: Grand Entrance

Tim Parker + Special Guest

Tim Parker runs the You’ll Soon Know bi-weekly show on NTS radio and will be playing a variety of left-field music as well as a few of their favourite records. The special guest is also an NTS regular and one of the most appreciated names in the beat scene worldwide.

Venue: John Madejski Garden

Highlife ft. Auntie Flo & Esa

Auntie Flo is founder and resident DJ at the Highlife parties that take place in Glasgow, London and Edinburgh. Alongside co-resident – South African Dj and percussionist Esa Williams, Highlife has championed artists from around the ‘global afro-futurist spectrum’ including the likes of Rebolledo, Nicolas Jaar, Matias Aguayo, Shackleton, Actress, Awesome Tapes From Africa, Charanjit Singh, amongst many others. Highlife is also a radio show with regular slots on Rinse FM and Radio Comeme and fledgling record label now on it’s fourth sell out release.


Venue: BL-NK


Hyponik is a UK-based online publication offering a finely curated look at electronic music culture via daily news, reviews and features – as well as the weekly Hyp Mix series.

The Queens of Hip-Hop Winner

QOHH_2ndAug14_OnlineEarlier this month we presented the final showdown for The Doctors Orders‘ The Queen of Hip-Hop competition.

After a long and vigorous judging process Ivy Feed has come out on top and will play at The Book Club in Shoreditch on the 2nd August 2014. You can catch her winning entry below which contains “current and golden-era cuts along with some British bangers”. If that takes your fancy make sure you catch her alongside Sarah Love from the BBC and MTV, Clara Amfo of BBC 1XTRA and Janeen Beanz from The Fun House TV. More details about the night here.

The Doctor’s Orders – Queens of Hip-Hop by Ivy Feed on Mixcloud

Tips Series: Mixcloud Online Radio Awards 2014


If you spend days on-end creating content for your radio show or station then you want to get your voice heard in the best possible way. Follow these tips to boost your chances of winning the coveted ‘Best Online Radio Show‘ or ‘Best Online Radio Station‘ 2014.

Share over social media

It seems so easy and it really is. Social Media can have a tremendous effect on getting your Show or Station voted by a lot of people. Just follow these steps and you’re away!

  1. Use the ‘Vote For Me image above – people like images, they’re plain, simple and to-the-point.
  2. Use the hashtag #MixcloudAwards - more people than you think check the hashtag over social media so you’ve got more of a chance to be seen!
  3. Use this shortlink to the awards page: http://bit.ly/VJpvYG
  4. Use as many Social Media sites as possible to spread the word – Stumbleupon, Tumblr, Instagram, Google + and Pinterest.

Remember, you can still vote for your favourite Online Radio Show or Station HERE.

For more information visit our awards page HERE.



Digital DJ Tips on uploading DJ mixes


The team over at Digital DJ Tips have always impressed us with their knowledge and understanding of the DJ landscape. They recently wrote an informative post about uploading DJ mixes and radio shows/Podcasts to the Internet and the challenges with some platforms due to copyright and take downs.

Their conclusion is a pretty clear, 100% recommendation to use Mixcloud for DJ/radio content since our platform is built with this audience in mind:

“As ever, we recommend services like Mixcloud. Mixcloud may look similar, but it operates on a different type of licence. One of the stipulations of Mixcloud’s licence is that mixes on the service aren’t downloadable”

“Me? It has to be Mixcloud – worry removed from your shoulders and your mixes safely available on a smart, stable platform.”

So if you’re looking for a trusted place to upload DJ mixes and music radio shows to the web, you know where to come!

Mixcloud & IRF Online Radio Awards 2014



We’re proud to present our newest project that celebrates online radio around the world: Mixcloud Online Radio Awards

We thought it’s about time you guys are accredited for all the hard work that goes into producing an Online Radio Show or Station so we’ve launched our very first Online Radio Awards 2014 in partnership with International Radio Festival.

What is Online Radio?

It’s radio that is made readily available over the internet and can be accessed on any type of device be it laptop, phone or tablet – basically anything that can be connected to the internet.

How do I get involved?

We’ve got 10 categories for ‘Best Online Radio Show’ and 5 categories for ‘Best Online Radio Station’ so we can guarantee that there is something in there for you! Voting is open to anyone, anywhere in the world and you can vote for your favourite Online Show or Station by filling out this simple form HERE.

If you’re looking to win the award of ‘Best Online Radio Show’ or ‘Best Online Radio Station’ then get sharing over social media to boost your chances!

Remember if you’re tweeting about the awards use: #MixcloudAwards

For more information visit our Mixcloud Online Radio Awards website HERE and help us spread the word.

GOOD LUCK!  Written by Shivam Sukha


Mixcloud Tips Series #1: Creating Your Profile



Aim for a bold yet simple image and don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be high resolution – we’ll do all the compression for you. The image should be an expression of your identity whether you’re an individual or a brand.


Keep it short and snappy. Describe what you’re all about but don’t forget to include all your other blogs, websites or any channel you want people to browse.


Connections, it’s all about connections. We’re sure you already know that so we’ve got Social Media Integration right at hand to help maximise your reach. That’s not all, whenever someone that is connected on Twitter ‘favourites’ one of your Cloudcasts, your Twitter ID will automatically be mentioned. If you’ve also got Facebook connected to Mixcloud, your new upload will be automatically posted.

Mix artwork

When people visit your profile, they’ll see the images to your uploads. If you’re running a Mix Series, aim to reach a trend; you don’t have to but it makes things look a tad more professional and smooth. Check out our #ProfileOftheWeek hashtag on social media to find our good looking profile picks.

Written by Shivam Sukha