Changing Faces is all about different mixes every week. Rather than sticking with one genre, we’re all about mixing it up and changing the styles in every episode. We will give something different every week to showcase great music from artists across the globe. This is a radio show that will feel like a […]
Reared on a diet of mix tapes and late-night radio, House Trained label and artist manager Phil Loraine’s fixation with dance music was formed growing up on Merseyside in the UK, during the early years of acid house. After loaning a mate’s Technics 1210s one summer, he soon perfected the art of beat mixing in his bedroom and was hooked. His first nightclub flirtation came when he was invited to play in the back room at ‘Bowlers’ - a 10,000 capacity “rave” venue in Manchester; he was subsequently asked back to play the main arena. His next break came when he was offered a residency at ‘The Void’ nightclub in Stoke-onTrent, which played host to some of the “Best of British” of that era including the likes of Graeme Park, Boy George, Judge Jules, Tall Paul, Smokin’ Jo & Jeremy Healy.
Deep-House, Tech-House, Progressive-House, Electronica, Chill-Out