Join Monastery Resident Chris Blade for your weekend warm up every third Friday from 9pm, with Dance 2 Trance. Delivering a live mix of Uplifting & Hard Trance, you can expect plenty of classic's and upfront fresh promos. He will also be inviting DJ's on to the show for some guest mixes.
Chris's love for dance music all started at the age of 18, having a brother who is a few years older, gave him the opportunity to go out with him and experience some amazing club nights and DJ's that rocked a packed dance floor on a regular basis, it was moments like these that gave him the ambition to become a Dj.
Chris Blade has been a DJ since 1994, in that time he has travelled all over the world to some of the best club nights and dance events imaginable, so he knows first hand what is expected to produce a memorable night on the dance floor!
His career started out in Torquay at the age of 20, playing out on a student night every week at one of the popular bars, Chris soon had a small fan base which helped him secure regular warm up sets at the best night clubs in Torquay, his natural ability behind the decks and the way he worked the crowd with his energetic sets, soon gave him the break he was waiting for. The famous Monastery night club and the legendary Claire's (Full Tilt) both offered him Resident DJ.
It was at this time where he had the privilege to play with some of the best DJ's in the industry on a regular basis, Judge Jules, Lisa Pin-Up, Lisa Lashes, BK, Steve Thomas, John oo Fleming, Graham Gold to name a few and he certainly lived up to the challenge. Another Residency at Pilgrimage in Plymouth and other club nights at Dance Academy (Plymouth), Fish Tank (Portsmouth), Underground (Sheffield) and many more around the UK.
Chris is currently one of the residents for Extreme Revolution, he has been fortunate to play along side Kutski and DJ Scott Project recently, and is looking forward to many more quality club nights in the future.
As one of the four founders of Future Sound, which was a promotion and DJ agency, he was a key player in all of the Future Sound nights that were held across the country, but one that really sticks in his mind was at the Mezzanine in Wolverhampton, which was voted the No.1 club in the country at the time, after this very successful night, this also gave him the opportunity to DJ at the Mezzanine sunset cafe in Ibiza, which was located near the famous cafe Mambo.
Over the years his music genre has varied through garage, house, funky house, tech house, electro, tech trance, uplifting trance, hard trance, hard house, Nu NRG and even the odd bit of drum n bass, what ever the occasion he uses his technical ability with all types of equipment, whether it's spinning vinyl on the legendary Technics, CD's on the ground breaking Pioneers or using the latest digital equipment in Traktor, his DJ sets are always energetic, he reads the crowd, always plays for the crowd and he appreciates how fortunate he is to be a DJ.
Join Psycartel every 1st Wednesday from 7pm for Psydeshow, where for 2 hours he will transport you to a psychadelic world of all things Psy!
PsyCartel's musical journey started in his teens when he first picked up a Bass guitar. Within six months he was playing in bands locally, then later nationally with bands such as Muse and Inertia.
His electronic adventure started in the late 90s when he was captured by the booming Trance and Hard House scene, soon after acquiring a pair of 1210's and joining local free party crews. After a long hiatus away from music he was encouraged back and with the help of his friends found the Psy Trance community, immediately falling in love with the music. Due to a lack of a local scene he went to work with his long time friend Anton (Acid Drop Anton) and created Neurotrition. Hoping to bring together people to party and enjoy Psy Trance. Finding the perfect venue in The Attic-Torquay they now host bi-monthly events which continue to grow. This has allowed Luke to play with some of the scenes biggest artists such as Eat Static, Shane Gobi, Chris Rich, Psymmetrix, M-Theory, Astralasia and many more.
Recently he's taken his sounds to Saint Petersburg-Russia, playing at Oroboro Festival and several events at Ken Kessey space. He also hosts a monthly 2 hour show on safehouseradio.co.uk which allows him to share his love of Psy Trance. Expect his sets to be uplifting and hypnotic taking you on a psychedelic journey through the cortex of your mind.
The Brothers Grimm's own style of dark & dirty techno beats hits the Safehouse airwaves on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 9pm with We Speak Techno.
DoNut is a techno DJ & promoter based in the South West.
Mixing Techno & Acid Techno but with a slightly harder European influence, DoNut started mixing on the decks back in 1996 with a love of Techno. Since then he has been involved in various free party's and events around the South West and Wales area. He was part of the Animator free party crew for a while but then went on to to his organize own events.
Co Owner/Founder of the Brothers Grimm since 2009, highlights have been playing at Glastonbury festival and at The RaveYard at Boomtown!
Phil Langham will tranceport you from the everyday bump and grind on beautiful Journeys Through Uplifting Trance every Saturday from 6pm. Not to missed!
Having got interested in dance music right from the early days of Chicago House, Phil went through a few genres before settling on Trance music in the late 90s and started recording sets that later became the Journeys Through Uplifting Trance series. This in turn became a weekly radio show.
The show isnt a race to get out promo's and new releases as quickly as possible, but more of a history of Trance that has been active since 1999.
Phil has also done many guest mixes for the likes ofOri Uplift's 'Uplifting Only' (every Wednesday from 5pm on Safehouse Radio), Trancer recordings, 'Uplifting Selections' and many more. He has also mixed compilation albums for Verse Recordings.
He comes from a musical background, thanks to his father who is a muti-instrumented musician. Phil did some Club DJing in the mid 2000s but these days he's more of a family man, letting the music do the talking during his show.