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Latin African Folk & Arabic

DJ JahMon

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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DJ JahMon

BiO Selector JahMon World Music Show every Tuesday 6-8PM GMT Music came into my life at a very young age…. When 6 or 7 I was fascinated by my dad’s big reel tapedeck and especially the fluorescent VU meters responding to the music. Reggae was not in his selection but world music was and I’ve always been interested in travelling, discovering cultures and their music. Some of the first reggae I heard was “Amigo” by Black Slate and got the pleasure to meet the band members and stay with Anthony Brightly in Antigua a few years back. For my friends I started to make music mixes…. I was fortunate to have good Marantz equipment and and equaliser…. And my friends appreciated how my mixes sounded richer Reggae is one of my main genres but I also listen to Latin, Rai/Arabic, African, Jazz… In 2013 I got the opportunity to join PR agency Entertainment Works and work with artists like Triston Palma, Ras Midas, Ricky Chaplin, Winston Francis, Vernon Maytone and many more. When working for these artists I got in contact with Haji Mike (artist and radio presenter) …. After some time, he asked me “Why don’t you do radio yourself?” My response “I don’t know the first thing about radio and I don’t like to hear my own voice”. He said “But you know a thing or two about reggae and music in general… right?”. I couldn’t deny that and his best advice was “just give it a try, do it in your own style, don’t imitate any other DJs”…. And so I did… My first radio show was in 2014 and I knew I wanted to start from the roots of the roots so I interviewed Samuel Time Williams of Mystic Revelation of RastaFari (son of Count Ossie). Since then, I’ve had the pleasure and honour to interview many artists, musicians, writers …. Unfortunately some have passed away since but my mission to tell their stories and share their music continues…

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Gospel Old School R&B Carribean HipHop

DJ Josofab

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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DJ Josofab

Hello My name is JoSoFab and I am not a DJ but I consider myself to be a "Curator of Music" on this platform.  I have loved music from very young and there's something about it that has captured my soul.  I grew up in a West Indian household being exposed to 3 genres of music: Hymns, Country Western and Calypso. It was not what other kids my age were listening to but I loved all 3. I loved listening to hymns. It was classical music put to lyrics. It was played on an organ. If the words moved me, I would learn them and sing them exactly the way they did in Church and on the radio. I also sang in my youth choir that I helped to create in my Church. Being Wesleyan Methodist we only sang hymns. Then I was introduced to gospel music through my older Sister and a good friend whose parents were the Reverend and First Lady of their own church. I then opened up our traditional members pallets to a new sound of praise and worship. I loved learning all the parts from soprano to bass and being the director of the youth choir it was a good thing to learn four part harmony. The Hallelujah Chorus was one my favorite hymns that taught me to hear every sound, pitch and break up of the parts. Country and Western for me were songs that told stories. Calypso was the cultural music of my family. My parents were older so my musical taste was before my time. Anything that involves music I was in and I was exposed to plays, I loved TV theme songs and singing commercials. My sister introduced me to another form of music, soul R&B. Dionne Warrick was the first album I listened to with a beautiful black woman on the cover and she had such a beautiful unique toned voice. I then started listening to everything from Jackson 5 to the Osmonds Brother's and everything in between.  The Era of Black radio came of age and from there the music floodgates opened. My personal listening growth outside of the music that was played in my home happened when I was about 10 years old in elementary school in the 70's. I loved listening to Rock and Roll, The Blues, Opera's and Musicals. The rise and fall of Disco, the birth of Hip Hop, R&B and every facet of music that I could soak up. Music is the core of my existence and the love of music for me has been part of my life's journey. I used my musical expertise and became a party promoter. My business partners and I started several party promotion teams. I admired the skill of DJ's and having an ear for music I could hear blends and mixes in my head. I could tell who was great by how they rocked the crowd.  When the pandemic hit that part of my life was over but two things happened: 1)my partner came up with a brilliant plan of getting  NYC DJ's together on one platform to keep them relevant and 2) I was introduced to Zoom Karaoke. There I started to sing again. I was in a couple groups and they could not believe the extent of my musical palette. I could sing so many songs that one of my friends who is a DJ named me Karaoke Joe. On FB we started a page called Sunday Funday and the DJ's would come on that platform and play music. Little did we know what it was going to become. DJ's from all over started to come on and ask to play. Then FB stopped allowing them to perform so we moved to Periscope and became Grown Folks Live (GFL). There we grew fast and again another shut down and we migrated over to Twitch. We continue to grow GFL where I became a mod for quite a few DJ's. One of our GFL Team suggested I become an affiliate and I did just that by playing music from playlists I curated. I started chatting with my followers and they became more than followers they became my Fab Fam. I started creating my platform by showing "The Fam" how much music I have in my head, how many songs I can sing and just my love and passion for music. Since I am not a DJ (even though I have been told I am) I decided to call myself a Musical Mod. I never thought in a million years I would be asked to share my talents through radio on a platform of all DJ's. I am grateful to "The Infinity Radio UK Team" and DJ DogStyle #woof who saw something in me to be a fit for their team, our team. I am so appreciative for the opportunity.  Music is My Life and I want to share my love of it with you my "Fab Fam"! 

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UKG DNB Bounce Reggae Dancehall

DJ Lakey

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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DJ Lakey

DJ Lakey coming straight outta london with his supercharged mix of many big beats including uk garage drum and bass with a touch of reggae and dancehall be sure to check this DJ out and enjoy his comical side too.

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DNB

DJ Phyzmic

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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DJ Phyzmic

Aaron James Matson, artistically known as Phyzmic, is a self-educated, independent Drum and Bass producer and DJ based in Anglesey, North Wales. He plays guitar, keyboard and drums and has had a passion for creating music and playing instruments since a very young age, thanks to the influence of his late father who was in a successful local band. He started to use a DAW in 2009 and learned the basics of production and DJ'ing over the following years. He started to take his productions seriously in 2016 when he realized his love for Drum and Bass and decided to start making his own Liquid tracks. After learning and developing his own style of producing, he started a Soundcloud to display his original work and went on to release his Debut 'Fate' and also an EP called 'Hyper Focus' EP after getting signed to a label in 2020. He continues to produce and collaborate with fellow artists and is now a DJ for 'Infinity Radio' hosting a 2 hour Drum and Bass show every week.

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UKG DNB Bounce Reggae Dancehall

DJ Lakey

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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DJ Lakey

DJ Lakey coming straight outta london with his supercharged mix of many big beats including uk garage drum and bass with a touch of reggae and dancehall be sure to check this DJ out and enjoy his comical side too.

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Gospel Old School R&B Carribean HipHop

DJ Josofab

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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DJ Josofab

Hello My name is JoSoFab and I am not a DJ but I consider myself to be a "Curator of Music" on this platform.  I have loved music from very young and there's something about it that has captured my soul.  I grew up in a West Indian household being exposed to 3 genres of music: Hymns, Country Western and Calypso. It was not what other kids my age were listening to but I loved all 3. I loved listening to hymns. It was classical music put to lyrics. It was played on an organ. If the words moved me, I would learn them and sing them exactly the way they did in Church and on the radio. I also sang in my youth choir that I helped to create in my Church. Being Wesleyan Methodist we only sang hymns. Then I was introduced to gospel music through my older Sister and a good friend whose parents were the Reverend and First Lady of their own church. I then opened up our traditional members pallets to a new sound of praise and worship. I loved learning all the parts from soprano to bass and being the director of the youth choir it was a good thing to learn four part harmony. The Hallelujah Chorus was one my favorite hymns that taught me to hear every sound, pitch and break up of the parts. Country and Western for me were songs that told stories. Calypso was the cultural music of my family. My parents were older so my musical taste was before my time. Anything that involves music I was in and I was exposed to plays, I loved TV theme songs and singing commercials. My sister introduced me to another form of music, soul R&B. Dionne Warrick was the first album I listened to with a beautiful black woman on the cover and she had such a beautiful unique toned voice. I then started listening to everything from Jackson 5 to the Osmonds Brother's and everything in between.  The Era of Black radio came of age and from there the music floodgates opened. My personal listening growth outside of the music that was played in my home happened when I was about 10 years old in elementary school in the 70's. I loved listening to Rock and Roll, The Blues, Opera's and Musicals. The rise and fall of Disco, the birth of Hip Hop, R&B and every facet of music that I could soak up. Music is the core of my existence and the love of music for me has been part of my life's journey. I used my musical expertise and became a party promoter. My business partners and I started several party promotion teams. I admired the skill of DJ's and having an ear for music I could hear blends and mixes in my head. I could tell who was great by how they rocked the crowd.  When the pandemic hit that part of my life was over but two things happened: 1)my partner came up with a brilliant plan of getting  NYC DJ's together on one platform to keep them relevant and 2) I was introduced to Zoom Karaoke. There I started to sing again. I was in a couple groups and they could not believe the extent of my musical palette. I could sing so many songs that one of my friends who is a DJ named me Karaoke Joe. On FB we started a page called Sunday Funday and the DJ's would come on that platform and play music. Little did we know what it was going to become. DJ's from all over started to come on and ask to play. Then FB stopped allowing them to perform so we moved to Periscope and became Grown Folks Live (GFL). There we grew fast and again another shut down and we migrated over to Twitch. We continue to grow GFL where I became a mod for quite a few DJ's. One of our GFL Team suggested I become an affiliate and I did just that by playing music from playlists I curated. I started chatting with my followers and they became more than followers they became my Fab Fam. I started creating my platform by showing "The Fam" how much music I have in my head, how many songs I can sing and just my love and passion for music. Since I am not a DJ (even though I have been told I am) I decided to call myself a Musical Mod. I never thought in a million years I would be asked to share my talents through radio on a platform of all DJ's. I am grateful to "The Infinity Radio UK Team" and DJ DogStyle #woof who saw something in me to be a fit for their team, our team. I am so appreciative for the opportunity.  Music is My Life and I want to share my love of it with you my "Fab Fam"! 

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Soul R&B

Mr Smithers

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Mr Smithers

Mr smithers coming straight outta newcastle has been on many a pirate radio station across the midlands and is no stranger to real good smooth soul music join him on a magical music ride and enjoy the vybe.

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Reggae & Dancehall

DJ Trini Red

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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DJ Trini Red

Trini red coming straight outta boston massachusetts mixes and blends the best dancehall and reggae riddims for your ears delight this DJ set is always on fire and his energy surpasses most DJ's make sure you check this show out and enjoy the mad vybz.Trini red coming straight outta boston massachusetts mixes and blends the best dancehall and reggae riddims for your ears delight this DJ set is always on fire and his energy surpasses most DJ's make sure you check this show out and enjoy the mad vybz.

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Reggae Bashment Hip Hop R&B House DNB

DJ Lynx

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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DJ Lynx

Hi im DJ Lynx, Ive been deejaying now for the past 30 years started off doing bedroom deejaying on my old belt drive turntables soon moved from them and started deejaying for various pubs and clubs across manchester in between that I had my own show on All FM Manchester and even did a couple of years on one of manchesters longest running stations Buzz 88fm. I play all kinds of genres of music from Garage house dnb hip hop R&B uk funky reggae dancehall and much more if its got a dope beat im down.

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House UKG & more

DJ Marky J

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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DJ Marky J

DJ marky j coming straight out of Leeds has been doing internet radio for a good few years now and plays all the best music from house to uk garage & more come check him out you wont be dissappointed as this man really knows how to hype up the crowd

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House R&B Club Classics Reggae

DJ Paulie T

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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DJ Paulie T

Hi I’m DJ Paulie T, I’m from London and been DJing for over 20yrs. I have done many private functions, parties, birthdays and weddings with my nephew DJ Tabbs. I am currently doing a slot on another Radio station. I can play any kind of music but my specialty is Soulful House, House, R&B, Reggae, Lovers Rock and Club Classics. For the future I just want to do what I do best and play my music and entertain people. I’m here for the love of music.

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Soulful House Dance Reggae UKG

DJ Fury

9:00 pm - 12:00 am

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DJ Fury

DJ Fury based in south London, been DJing for seven years but my love for music goes back to when I was a kid. I play soulful house, dance, reggae and garage and love playing the beats for all the infinity crew and listeners so please join me each and every saturday from 10pm - 12am Uk Time

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Club Classics R&B Reggae UK Garage

DJ Tabbs

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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DJ Tabbs

Hi all I’m DJ Tabbs, little bit about myself, music influence originated being brought up in South London in the 90s. Fell in love with DJing just before left school 94-95. I remember DJing at my primary school with Hifi system plus an extra tape deck to get next song cued up. Got my first decks, soundlabs belt drives DJ in a box soon after. Weekends at Red Records in Brixton and Wax City in Croydon was my sanctuary’s. Always been DJing as a hobby and teamed up with my Uncle to form a mobile DJ service. My favourite Genres UKG, mostly old school same with RnB and HipHop, Love some mainstream Reggae dancehall and had some great 70’s 80’nights. Favourite tunes SL2 - on a reggae tip, Roger Sanchez - another chance.

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Alternative breaks hard style techno

DJ Professa hero

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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DJ Professa hero

Hello everybody, let me introduce myself my name is Leonard KinChen aka DJ ProfesaHero. I was born in Houston Texas and moved to the North Dallas area raised in a mixed community. And exposed to a lot of different music. I did a few Rave festivals. Until I had a severe injury and I stopped DJing for 15 years. And then I got married settled in Fort Worth Texas. And I wanted to share something with my family my wife and kids aside of me that they never saw. And then the DJ music to the different communities really start moving when I wasn't really expecting to move. I play various music such as: Trance, hard style, freestyle, funky break, DNB, country, Spanish music. Ect.. but my favorite music is house music. But I don't play for myself I play for whatever community and culture of the people that wanted to hear.

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