Phil Loraine House Trained

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Quality controlled house music - strictly no s**t on the floor"

60 minute ‘house workout’ DJ mix show by Ibiza-based DJ/artist manager, label owner and show host ‘Phil Loraine’,

The show is produced by Chris Bailey from TBIC (The Boy In The Corner) who has produced over 300 radio shows for labels and DJs, including world #1 Martin Garrix.

The House Trained Radio Show
“Quality controlled house music – strictly no s**t on the floor!”

‘House Trained’ the small club night with a big personality exploded onto London’s party
scene in 2004 and quickly gained plaudits from all over, with Mixmag labelling it “#1 Top
Night In London”.

The House Trained radio show recently reached its 50th episode, having launched on Café
Mambo Radio in Ibiza in 2020.

The show format consists of a 60 minute ‘house workout’ DJ mix by Ibiza-based DJ/artist
manager, label owner and show host ‘Phil Loraine’, who takes listeners on a journey through
house music in each and every episode.

Showcasing the finest new disco, vocal, soulful and jackin’ house flavours, the show moves
through the gears with a flourish of tech-house, electro, techno and prog, before reaching its
climax with a dancefloor tried and tested house classic.

Inspired by his personal tastes and tracks which have worked in his DJ sets throughout the
years, the essence of the show is an all-encompassing nostalgia trip for all generations of
house music lovers.

The show is produced by Chris Bailey from TBIC (The Boy In The Corner) who has
produced over 300 radio shows for labels and DJs, including world #1 Martin Garrix.


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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.


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