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Tuesday, 07 December 2010 00:27

The KarboKast

HOSTS: KarbokaneLive show by Karbokane

The Karbokane has joined forces with Obsessed Radio to bring you The KarboKast!
Currently, a monthly show that brings Karbokane live on the decks to slam down the beats that make your body tingle inside. With his wide range of preferred genres you never know what Karbokane is going to unleash but what you do know already or will find out soon enough is that no matter what he is playing its sure to be a moving experience. With special guests attending the sessions it will always have a fresh flavor for your ear. Tune in and listen to the beat dropping bass lines of Karbokane and Friends!

Time : 9:00 pm - 11:00pm EST the 1st Tuesday of every month.

Monday, 01 November 2010 20:04


Vibes n Vinyl

Ray PrasadGene King


Time : 9:00 pm - 11:00pm est

DJs Gene King & Ray Prasad take you on a journey that exposes the soulful side of today’s & yesterday’s underground music.

Not just another house  show, vibes n vinyl brings you exclusive interviews & spotlights about your favourate producers,artists & djs around the world .

From its inception in 1996 on CKLN, vibes n vinyl has played host to many djs and artists locally and around the word, names like Frankie Knuckles, Bassment Jaxx, Satoshie Tomeii, Byron Stingly, Lil’louis, Barbera Tucker, Ultra Nate, Roland Clark, Glenn Undergound, Mousse T to name a few, have either dropped by or had chat with Gene and Ray .

This editon of v n v is one of vnv’s new ventures into cyberworld and the future while keeping the traditional vibe of the show. Gene and ray are now here every monday from 9pm -11pm for your dancing pleasure...

Vibes n Vinyl …in ya face!!!!!!!!!


Vol 26
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Monday, 18 October 2010 21:36

Beats United

Johnny Lopez & Jeff Graham have been blazing the airwaves on "Beats United Radio", CHRY 105.5FM for over ten years and 2 years as part of the "Soul Fusion Express Radio Show" CKLN 88.1FM always programming tight, eclectic house sets every week. Beats United Radio has also showcased some of the most notable local & international DJ’s and producers in the house music industry.

Listen each and every week as we continue to deliver the finest in underground dance music, interviews with local & international DJ’s/Producers and events. We are very excited about bringing Beats United Radio worldwide via www.obsessedradio.com our new home. Tune in on Thursdays 8PM - 10PM.

Beats United Radio – Music for the Masses!

Saturday, 02 October 2010 20:01

DJ Ray Prasad

Ray Prasad

For over a decade, Ray Prasad has been known as a fixture in the many facets of the Toronto(Canada) music scene - House Music. Ray has built a following thru her many roles including Niteclub DJ, Party and Event Promoter, On-Air Radio Host, Music.

Programmer on CKLN 88.1 FM radio station alongside Gene King. This is a mix show called “Vibes N’ Vinyl” that takes her listeners on a musical odyssey, which highlights and features over 20 years of broadcasting; club music, local and international exclusive interviews, spotlights on your favorite Producers, Artists, and DJ’s.

Listen live on www.ckln.fm every Saturday mornings ( EST) from 4:30 - 7:30 AM or on Roger’s digital cable channel 947. Check out Vibes N’ Vinyl online every Monday 3 - 6 PM on www.motion.fm The show airs in Greece every Tuesday 15:00-18:00 (GMT) and broadcasted every Tuesday at 8:00 AM (EST) on www.smoothtraxxradio.gr

Ray has also shared her musical expertise as a contributor for various entertainment publications within Toronto including: TRIBE Magazine (House Music) and Musical Reviews (West Indian magazine).

Ray’s Trinidadian roots and culture exposed her to the Indian beats and Caribbean vibes. Which lead to the influences of the Spanish/Black heritages from around the world. Ray instantly fell in love with music at a very young age.

Currently Ray is gaining momentum as a house music producer with releases and remixes.

1.) Wayne Williams " Feel The Vibe" CD - Contraband Records & FUNHOUSE 1995

2.) The ILLEGAL EP VOL 2. - “ WE ALL SPEAK ZULU” TRIBE G & R TRIBE Contraband Records 1997

3.) The Spacedust Ep" The G K Experience" Remix project on MIXEDSIGNALSMUSIC "- 2005

As of 2006 to present - Ray is a Independent Record Label Promotion Representative for Shines Records.

Ray has enjoyed the opportunity to display her unique talents and perspectives both domestically and internationally from Chicago, Detroit, Miami, Montreal and New York City.

These experiences enabled Ray Prasad to share her love for music, among many different audiences and DJ with house music legendaries: Louie Vega, Tony Humphries, Robert Owens, Marshall Jefferson, Danny Krivit, Glenn Underground, Vic Lavender, SADAR - Sole in the Hole Boo Williams, Brian Reaves - Unified Records, Ian Friday, Wayne Williams, Rich Medina, Herb Martin, DJ POPE Gene Hunt, Mike Clark, Theo Parish, Karizma, Dj Spinna, Mateo & Matos, Brian Coxx - SOULGASM, Nick Holder, Gene King, KAJE, Jason Barham, Abacus, Damian Trinidadian Deep, Peven Everett, MR. A.L.I, Byron Stingly, Kenny Bobien, Ron Carroll, Monique Bingham, Donna Edwards, DJ Minx, Donna“ Baby Jeffries, Lady D, Shani Hebert, Dj Dat Gurl Curly, Mikki Aflick, Celeste Alexander. To name but a few.

Once again back in Miami for her 5th consecutive year performing at the Winter Music Conference in South Beach. Ray looks forward to showcasing her love and appreciation for the diverse forms of house music with fellow enthusiasts in the global house aficionado community.

For more information or bookings, please contact the following: www.djrayprasad.com OR www.myspace.com/rayprasad.
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Wednesday, 25 August 2010 13:37



Someone that believes more than most, in the power of bringing people together to share and experience music for all the right reasons. An individual that strives to create a party atmosphere with the right music, his friends (everyone that parties to His music automatically bonds with Him in a special way) and the radiant energy that the combination of the two elements brings out. A Character that doesn’t follow rules and believes in independence of the soul & the development of the personality through music.

"Music is my life… My passion…The air I breathe, what keeps me alive.” He says and if you ever witnessed one of his sets you can easily agree that his words and actions go together. "In order for people to connect with that feeling they have to strip down what they believed so far and keep an open mind”… Then they can reach that level of fulfillingness through music (that is far more esoterical than the ordinary "clubbing experience”), and a "Peace of mind”.

Choosing music unbiased to any form, based on what raises His energy, and supporting everything that gets an awesome floor reaction, he keeps his track selection always with tunes that are none better than the other. "Musical diversity is important as crowds can vary in so many different ways (age, sex, musical background and social attributes are only a few of the many factors to take under consideration)… I never understood why I had to play one specific style of music when there’s great music in every Genre” He states and that’s another declaration of his uncompromising view on music…”In my parties, it’s not about me…it’s not about the D.J. (Ego is always a bad advisor) It’s about the music and about sharing the feelings music generates.”

Wednesday, 25 August 2010 13:37



The first time that you meet BLOND:ISH, they will most likely catch you off-guard by proving that they do not fit the quintessential blonde stereotype. Yes, Canada’s Vivie-Ann and Anstascia are both blond(ish), and yes, they love to party. Do not make the mistake, however, of confusing their love for fun as a lack of ambition: these girls play hard but work even harder.

Conceived at the WMC in 2008, the girls joined forces with a mutual aim to rejuvenate their local scene. Kicking off to a flying start, BLOND:ISH began with a hugely successful eponymous weekly party at Cherry in Montréal. Soon enough the girls had hijacked their local scene with their weekly offerings of hedonism and quality house music and, realising the potential of their newly founded collaboration, decided to take BLOND:ISH global.

In just two years they have established themselves as global performers, playing in over 30 countries in clubs such as Watergate, Privilege Buzios Brazil, Liv Miami, Rain Vegas, numerous Pachas, the WMC and BPM conference. The girls have been billed alongside Mark Knight, Erick Morillo, Victor Calderone, swedish house mafia, Tiesto and M.A.N.D.Y., and have played to packed out arenas of ten thousand strong crowds, a sure testament to their talent, versatility and success.

Combining accomplished DJing with their innate sense of fun, BLOND:ISH have earned a reputation for excellent and unpredictable parties. You will likely see them getting creative with their attire, or using any number of toys and props, from eye patches to miniature rubber chickens, to interact with the crowd. These qualities have gained them a multitude of admirers (known as their Blond:tourage) both in- and outside of the club scene. 2009 saw them cast in television show, 12 Hours. Travelling around the world hand-picking and presenting the most respected clubs, hotels and restaurants all packed into a 12 hour period, Vivie-Ann and Anstascia were in their element. The pilot was picked up by askmen.com, the world’s most viewed online men’s magazine, and will air in autumn 2010 (with support tours set for North America), adding yet another tally to the BLOND:ISH scoreboard of success.

Based in London since 2010, the blond:ishment of the international scene has taken off and with dates across Europe, the Middle East and Asia, not to mention a sun-soaked summer remix of Coco Hayek's ‘Miss you’ (Hi-bias Records, July 2010) the girls are set to garner more praise and credentials over the coming months. This creatively distinctive duo capture the hearts and minds of anyone who has the pleasure to see them perform. Their combination of ability, personality and looks make BLOND:ISH the hottest collaboration around, injecting some much needed heat, fun and party spirit into the scene. .

Blondreal Summer Mix
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Double You em See Mix
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Tuesday, 24 August 2010 14:50

Live Talk Show Schedule

Radio Live talk shows start Wednesday 9 pm EST time.
Event listing:

  • September 01, 2010 - DJ Dee (ROCKSTARS)
  • September 08, 2010 - DJ ADAM FAIRHURST (DeepMada)
  • September 15, 2010 - DJ Mr Stoim (ZU BAR)
  • September 22, 2010 - Dr. Dan (BACK 2D UNDERGROUND)
  • September 29, 2010 - Johnny Lopez & Jeff Graham (CHRY FM Beats United Radio)
  • October 06, 2010   - DJ Ray Prasad (CKLN FM/ VIBES N VINYL)
  • October 13, 2010   - DJ Guichet (Montreal)
  • October 20, 2010   - Steve Aldred (Gathering of Soulz)
  • October 27, 2010   - Igor Borysov (Obsessed Radio)
  • November 3, 2010 - PIP (Obsessed Radio/ PUSHsound)
  • November 10, 2010 - Mike Vieira (Lola's)
  • November 17, 2010 - Ryan Callaghan
  • November 24, 2010 - DJ NIK NIK (Century Room)
  • December 1, 2010 - MS Kymm Dee
  • December 8, 2010 - Jonathan McNeil (Parkdale Drink)
  • December 15, 2010 - George Chaker's Christmas Special (RIVA)
  • December 22, 2010 - Alicia Hush

Please check back in for more artists on Radio Live show.

Wednesday, 18 August 2010 07:47

Dj Amalia

Dj Amalia

Amália Leandro, a.k.a. DJ Amália, has been a DJ/songwriter/spoken word artist for over 8 years, spinning in Miami, Panama, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, New York City, Dertroit, Acapulco, Ibiza, London, France, Portugal, Italy, and Toronto. Based in Miami, she has made DJ appearances at The Gansevoort Hotel, The Mandarin Oriental, Voyage, Dek 23, Nikki Beach, Halo, Nocturnal, The Sagamore, Segafredo, Grass, Karu & Y, Space, Crobar, Mansion, Buck 15, Score, Amika, Envy, Delano, Nerve, Blue, Cafeteria, Pearl, Touch, Lola, as well as many private events. Amália was featured in the Ocean Drive Magazine October 2004, Beach Patrol section, as one of "The people who make Miami". She was also on the cover of The Miami New Times, May 6-12 2004, where she appears as one of Miami's tech-house djs. Her other clients include, DIESEL, De Beers, Blumarine, Red Carter, DVF, HedKandi Lounge in Panama, and Footwork in Toronto.

She has played along DJ's such as Victor Calderone, Peter Rauhofer, Junior Vasquez, Sandra Collins, DJ Rap, and Ralph Falcon.

Her releases include "Dreaming of You" (Re-mixed by KOT) co-written by Amália on Sandy Rivera's Aurei Records, and "Closer / Live 2XS" Feat. Amália on Stickman Records. The Cd released in 2004, Buzzin'fly Volume 1 complied and mixed by Ben Watt includes the track "Dreaming of You". Motivacao Featuring Amália on Mixed Signals Music,"Nao Esqueca-se" (Don't Forget), was featured on one of Roger Sanchez's 2004 radio shows (www.releaseyourself.com). "Make Love To The Music" AB feat. Amália was #1 on the Beatport chart for months, and DJ Wady feat. Amália " I Like To Watch" has been remixed by several producers (You can find these and other tracks by Amália on Beatport.com).

Her latest release, Motivacao Featuring Amália remixes - Don't Forget is available now on Traxsource.com.

Casamalia Live Mix
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Electric Mix
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Sunday, 16 August 2009 09:21

It's vibes and vinyl for DJ Gene King

DJ Gene KingUHM: Gene you have a distinct sound in my opinion even though your style varies. I find you make good music that sneaks up on you but you enjoy it for awhile. Other songs tend to hit you like a brick and fade. Is their a method to your madness?

GK: I just go in to the studio and do what actually comes out at the moment, I have ideas but those ideas always change into something else while I am working on a project. Best thing I find to do is, let the project write itself and go with the flow, people will feel that you are not trying to do something that is not you. After all its art. And your supposed to be expressing yourself.

UHM: You made a comment to me that in Toronto, your city base, promoters don’t promote their local dj’s. This is a problem in every city, but have you noticed a difference now with the recent international attention?

GK:           Yes this is a problem in every city, usually one gets more attention outside of where they live, as for me I have noticed a little difference  since the international attention, but right now I am working on following through with gig requests from outside of T.O.I have been getting that a lot lately.

UHM:      tell me as the music scene is changing do you feel or want to try different forms of music?

GK: Not necessarily try different forms of music but I find myself being more influenced by new things and styles that are happening and I find myself trying a new approach to whatever I am doing. If I do a different style its usually by accident,, for instance the original mix of “Vincy Soul” is categorized as Broken Beat because its not a four on the floor feel. But that wasn’t necessarily my intention. To be honest a lot of the new sounds I hear sound more like a rehash of something old. Only that it’s interpreted in different ways by a newer generation of people. For example the electro thing….its not new just new perspective on analogue type sounds that have been around for decades…


UHM: Many people say house music is dead or dying, what is your opinion on the matter?

GK: Dying in the sense that it’s being lost on a younger generation, but I would not say dead. It needs to placed in pop culture somehow, whenever people hear it, they like it and they wonder what it is. And that’s good thing because to them it’s new. Anything can sell as long as it rammed down your throat on the airwaves or television and/or good marketing. Another thing is the segregation; all the different styles of house are now their own entities that can be confusing to non DJ or the Non producer. So people flock to the sub genres that are promoted and marketed well i.e. (techno and trance or commercial dance).The lack of demand for vinyl is another reason that its not as alive as it used to be, be cause the music used to thrive on DJ culture, with technology and software now, and music so disposable now, its not as exciting as it used to be. Looking for that record you have to get does not really exist anymore .I guess its more like the industry is changing …too fast for many already in it to grasp. But it’s not dead.

UHM: please share with us, are there any producers/singers out there that you would love to work with in any form of music?

GK :There are tons of singers and producers that I like, I can’t even think ONE off the top of my head, however I think nick holder and I are due to work together, we both have been at producing for the same amount of time and we have both started at around the same time. I just finished a tune called Fly with Stephanie Cook and it should be out soon on the Consortium Muzik label in Chicago. So that’s one artist that I have had the honor of collaborating with that I have always wanted to work with….there are so many more

UHM:  Gene how did you get started in music?

GK : Oh man, well I started Djing in my teens, in the late 70s, before that I had been learning to play the piano and I took up the saxophone in high school, in the eighties I saw so many people doing electronic music and making records, with not much of a studio. So I started experimenting with it myself, renting reel to reels and recording equipment and making tracks. This led to meeting up with a high school friend in 1990 who happened to be doing the same thing. So the first record I ever worked on was a tune called Freedom by Carl E ft .Lifetime on my friends label. is was in 1990

it was just a natural transition from Djing to producing, playing records to making records.


UHM: is there any songs that you would be interested in re-doing or do you prefer solely original material?

GK: Hahaha! every day I hear a song that I would love to remake, and from different genres of music….In the past I have redone “You’ll never find another love like mine” which was originally recorded by Lou Rawls, and we got a vocalist(Falcaner Abrams) with a comparable baritone voice to do the vocals. That release actually came out on Quality Records in 1996. And I just finished a remix of The Look Of love by Miss Yvonne, it was a Burt Bacharach tune, that Dian Krall covered recently and Sergio Mendes covered it too back in the 70s I am toying with the idea of a Kleer song but I won’t say which one…hahahahah..I gotta keep that on the DL…..I can program all of the instrument parts but I need bunch of singers to do the vocals.


UHM:   tell me, any suggestions on how we can keep this music underground but flourishing?

GK :  Promote the hell out of the music, don’t just buy it and play it on your internet radio show one week or at some one off gig once and never play it again, keep repeating the shit so that PEOPLE CAN GET TO KNOW THE MUSIC THE SONG& THE ARTIST,!!! let not keep it for ourselves, lets expose it to the masses. The more you push something the more popular it gets. Let’s put some fashion in there too to sell it. We used to have fashion with this music….why can’t we have it again??? Huh? Marketing….promotion…….exposure to people who don’t know about it, you will be surprised how many open minded people that are out there like to hear other things besides “Superman that Ho”

UHM : By this time next year what can we say about Gene King?

GK: Let’s see…..oh yeah…..hey did you hear? Gene King is Djing in Paris tomorrow!!!!..we gotta fly over there QUICK!!!!!!!! EN Rapide!!!


UHM : When you want to hit the floor where do you go and what do you listen to

GK :   I listen to everything really except country, and I do mean everything, sometimes I will check out a prog metal show on one of the local radio stations. Every time I go  out of town I need to go to a place that plays good house music, like the shelter But I haven’t been out in a while, I have just been working on mixes and tunes and Djing locally.

UHM: Your music is getting rave reviews in different parts of the world. Where are they and why do you think that is?

GK: I  seem to be getting great response from places like Africa especially south Africa and Asia and some parts of Europe, I am noticing interest from Greece and Italy right now too and I have licensed some releases to some compilations in Japan .

as well they are very enthusiastic about the music why do I think that is?….I believe this type of music on the whole is appreciated everywhere else but North America Not everyone understands House Music … one has to be there and experience it in order to get it…

UHM : p.s. you once said that I (ManClaudy) was the god of house music any comments?

Much love Gene, and always a pleasure.

GK:  Haha! just one comment, I do trust your taste in the music……





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