Next Sunday (July 19th) eight DJs will be clashing live on Radar Radio until only one, the winner, is left!
Who will win? Who will clang? I can’t answer that, but I can tell you, below, who is involved, what the rules are for each round, and how you can get involved in deciding who wins! Continue reading →
10 DJs started and now only two remain as the Iron Deck Tournament takes its toll and draws closer to its conclusion. The last two DJs standing are Scruloose and DJ Sagepay, and just like previous rounds, you decide the winner.
Both mixes are below, so give them a click and get your vote in by “liking” the mix you most prefer. Continue reading →
It’s that time again, head to head time, and this time it’s Gundam versus Dvsty in the last clash of the first round. Both mixes are on Mixcloud this time, so I’ve expanded the voting system for this one. Give them a spin and don’t forget to click the heart beside the mix you like best, and you don’t don’t have a Mixcloud account, there’s more info on how to vote below. Continue reading →
Another week, another head to head, this time Scruloose versus Riz La Teef. I’ve had both mixes for a while now and all I can say is that I’m glad I don’t have to vote. You can check out both mixes below, and, if you’re on Soundcloud, don’t forget to click the heart beside the mix you prefer most. Continue reading →
After a short delay, we’re back with the next head to head in the Iron Deck Tournament, and this time it’s Durkle Disco‘s Unkey fighting it out with WPF Records‘ General Courts for a place in the second round. Both of their mixes are below, and don’t forget, you vote for the winner just by clicking the heart beside the mix you prefer more! Continue reading →
As one DJ gets KO’d from the Iron Deck Tournament, two more step up to try their luck. This time round we have Neffa-T and DJ Sagepay going head to head, and, if you heard the Kozee/Loom mixes, you’ll be glad to know that the levels are just as high. Both of those mixes are now available below for your judgement. Continue reading →
“War, what is it good for?”, I’ll tell you – separating the wheat from the chaff, and that’s the aim right now as the first clash of the Iron Deck Tournament is up and ready for your judgement!
If you’re not already familiar with the rules and format of the tournament, click here for more info.