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Cam Brott – “Where Dad Goes To Dance”

Cam Brott is a London-based DJ and Record Collector. Originally from New Zealand, Cam has a long-held obsession with collecting. His mix reflects his experience as a father and is largely influenced by the music that Cam’s father introduced to him at an early age.

Reynes – “Plastic Trees”

Reynes is a Manchester-based electronic producer. His sound is influenced by stripped back minimal house and techno, incorporating subtle melodies, rolling basslines and intricate sound design. This can be heard in full effect on his 2018 EP, titled ‘Light Showers’ for Thirty Year Records. His mix for Whynow is simply titled “Plastic Trees”, referencing a warped view of daylit scenery following a night of partying.

Lester Lloyd – Morale Booster

DJ Lester Lloyd brings us two eclectic hours of Soul, Hip Hop, and Rave tunes in the first edition of his Morale Booster show on whynow Radio.

Rubashov – “Take Care”

Rubashov is a London based DJ behind the Thirty Year Records label. After many years (thirty, in fact) of record collecting and playing, Rubashov decided to start his own label to give back to the community. “Take Care” is a reference to the current moment. It’s impossible to ignore all that has happened in the past months, weeks, and days. Take care of yourselves and one another.

Velmondo – “Early Echoes”

Electronic artist Arnau Obiols AKA Velmondo is an electronic producer, living in Barcelona. His production style takes influence from the various blossoming genres of electronic music in the 70's, creating textures and rhythms from analogue instruments and raw primitive sounds. I n December 2019 he released his Debut EP as Velmondo on John Talabot's esteemed Hivern Discs label. He has put together a mix for whynow titled 'Early Echoes', in tribute to the Dub Pioneers of the latter half of the 20th century.

FYI Robyn

One foot in London, and one in the cosmos, FYI Robyn takes pride in cultivating a dance floor with free flowing energy, connection and vulnerability. She’s a fresh face on the scene (well as a DJ), and is quickly forging a name for herself playing numerous high-end fashion part ies, as well as boasting regular gigs at Egg London, and some UK festivals.


Universal Language Records Founder and XOYO Resident Cimmerii brings us a mix titled 'Alice in Isolation'. The intro reflects the dream-like rabbit hole of Alice in Wonderland, before she dives into a selection of synth-heavy, space-age disco and club tracks. Expect music from Sp ace Dimension Controller, Silk Rhodes, Tei Shi and an exclusive unreleased tune from Cimmerii.


BOA bring us an hour of distorted, ambient electronics, coinciding with the release of their debut album, Outer Gateways.


London-based Jeigo brings a brilliant balance between the ethereal and the hard-hitting. This mix typifies his ability to pack a continuous punch, when drawing from garage and minimal to melodic house and breakbeat. With releases already out from labels Air Miles Records, Lowlife Cartel and more, there’s plentiful reason to keep one eye out.

Tommy Gold

ßONE SODA ノノ’s very own Tommy Gold supplies us with a classic showing. The resident of Phonox (with Mantra every Saturday) has a knack for grooving and unwinding in one smooth mix. Check his whynow take here.

Tibi Dabo

Barcelona-born, Berlin-dwelling Tibi Dabo (aka Max Guardans) has a pronounced artistry. Like the Catalonian mountains his Tibi Dabo project is named after, Guardans stands confident and collected in his abilities. Already respected by the likes of Damian Lazarus, this 22-year old is bound for beauty and glory. Listen to his mix to see and hear why.

Joshua James (Phantasy Sound)

Joshua James will keep you moving, with his perfect blend of intensity and delicacy. The XOYO resident’s second release (Journeys in Love) came out on Erol Alkan’s Phantasy – a sure-fire reason, should you need one, to check out his whynow mix now. His latest track Marlene is out on the 28th February with a pair of remixes from Deetron.

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