Steve'Butch'Jones Presents SOMETHING GLOBAL
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Something Global Radio with Steve'Butch'Jones: Syndicated on radio stations around the world and available as a free podcast.
Past guests by year:
2015: A-Mari, Alessio Lucca, Alex Sky Spirit, ASDEK, ASOK, Bordland, Chapman Musica, Claytonsane, Da Lukas, Dan McKie, DanSonic, Dario Girau, DJ WestBeat, Dubfire, Frenz(y), Geoffrey Huber, Halvy, Jockari, Joe Silva, John O’Callaghan, JunoJuno, Kirk Paten, Knoe1, Lenny Fontana, M-Capio, Maragakis, Mason, Mavee, Melina Kalcic, NinoBellemo, Phil Soren, Rampa, Rich Furness, Safetyjac, Silvio Carrano, SkOolx, Stefan Bondizo & ZakuutA.
2014: 2District, Alex Justino, Andrey Loud, Art In Motion, Barbur, Brisboys, Charlie May, Chris Sammarco, DiscoKid, DurtysoxXx, Eddie Alvarez, Electrik Cat, Gabriel Horner, GuiLe,Joris Voorn, Karuva, Kev Odger, Kikko Esse, Joey Negro, John Milsom, Michael Lovatt, Natalie, NC Preedy, Paul Horgan, Paul Kane, Phil Odger, Sander kleinenberg, Simon Says (UK), Sir Matty V, Soul Jackers, Sven Vath, Steve Tennent, StoneBridge, Stuart King, Taty Munoz, TKNO, Timo Maas & Trent Cantrelle.
2013: Alex Seda, Alex Sky Spirit, Andy Mac, Bobby D, Boryana, Brisboys, Chandler Meade, Christian Bonori, Darren Emerson, Dave De’Lacey, DJ G, Felix Leiter, Georgeos, Heaven Sent, Iain McKenzie, James Morgan, Jason Bye, Jem Haynes, Jimmy Allen, Jon Dasilva, Junior Rivera, Justin Robertson, KYODAI, M.A.N.D.Y. Mark’O Musto, Mastro Mauro, Matt Phillips, Matt Samuels, Mr Paul, Orbital, My Digital Enemy, Paul Bleasdale, Paul Nolan, Rob Anderson, Sandra Collins, Suze Rosser, Timo Maas & X-Press 2.
2012: Alister Whitehead, Brisboys, Ceri, Col Keown, Danny Howells, Darren Emerson, Dave Seaman, Ed Lee, Francisco de Tavira, Greg Wilson, Guy J, John Cotton, John Ryan, King Unique, Kissy Sell Out, Lee Adger, Paolo Mojo, Paul Simons, Rebekah, Reset Robot, Rob Casson, Rob Harnetty, Ruddaz, Samuel Lamont, Sarah Giggle, Scott Binder, Skoof, SugarShaker & Timo Maas.
2011: Aeroplane, Alex Wolfenden, Ben-Lb, Brendon Moeller, Brisboys, Chloe Fontaine, Danny Rampling, Dave Rees, Felix Leiter, Francisco de Tavira, Gemma Furbank, Guy Williams, Iain McKenzie, Inbetween DJs, Jason Bye, John Graham, Junior Rivera, Justin Robertson, Lottie, Meat Katie, Paul Nolan, Sandra Collins, Scotty.A, Seb Fontaine, Timo Garcia & Timo Maas.
2010: Al Mackenzie, Anthony Pappa, Brendon Moeller, Dave Rees, John Kelly, Jon Dasilva, K-Klass, Kate Lawler, Matt Samuels, Nelski, Pete Gooding, Rob Casson, Sandra Collins, Sonny Wharton, Steve Vertigo, Suze Rosser, Timo Maas & Tom Rankin.
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DJ/broadcaster/producer/remixer Steve'Butch'Jones has had a love for music since he was in short trousers, a DJ since his early teens from the days of acid through to the emergence of house and a lover of all things techno. Originally hailing from England but having clearly arrived on the global scene, Steve's musical career started from admirably humble beginnings. In 1989 acid house was playing a big part in his life searching for the latest underground tunes in Liverpool's basement record shops, all at the tender age of 14. Playing them on a friend’s dusty old mobile DJ console he had discovered his passion for mixing records. Through a friend, Steve was asked to play a party and that’s what started it all. To make money to pay for his unrelenting habit as a vinyl junky, over the next few years Steve was doing the party piece. Not the coolest way to start, but hey he couldn’t even drive yet! So after those few years in the wilderness of the mobile jock - (just as so many had begun before him, like Carl Cox), the real DJing began. After some time breaking in to the Liverpool scene, Steve soon became known for his long, cool and typically more progressive/techno style DJ sets. They were heavily influenced by frequenting the underground clubs of the time and one special club in Liverpool introduced him to the sounds of DJs from the US, like David Morales and Frankie Knuckles, so weekends were spent at Cream at every given opportunity. Steve has for a time promoted his own club events in Liverpool (Dirty Look) & Brighton (BrightonDJs), and ran his own successful DJ agency, GBdjs Artist Management (2002-2009). Moving to the current day see's Steve's Something-Global radio show (since 2008) fast becoming one of the most successful dance music shows with internet broadcasts to all of the world. It has achieved a near cult status with listeners. Steve shares his platform weekly by bringing in worldwide guest DJs. From superstars of the scene, to the relatively unknown, all are given the same platform and opportunity. The focus has always been on whats new or whats next, never looking back. Along with an exciting tour schedule, you will find Steve busy in the studio working on remixes and new material released under one of his pseudonym's, Silverback or Tree4. There are no signs of Steve slowing down with his Something Global show forever growing in popularity and talk of a highly anticipated artist album - watch this space for more news…
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