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The Remix with Eddy Temple Morris | Fridays 10pm - midnight
Eddy presents The Remix Friday nights from 10pm to midnight where you'll find rocking electronica from Electro to Moombo and Dubstep to Drum 'n' bass
Eddy presents The Remix every Friday night from 10pm to midnight where you'll find the the most rocking electronica from Electro to Moombo and Dubstep to Drum n Bass.
Twice nominated for a prestigious Sony Award, The Remix was launched in 2000 as "where dance meets rock", mashing up the very best of XFM's playlist with the latest in electronica, moombo, dubstep and more. The show has given the first plays to artists such as Kasabian, Fenech Soler, 2ManyDJs, Simian Mobile Disco and more.
Eddy has DJed at Manumission, Ministry Of Sound, MATTER and more and regularly takes his Remix Allnighter on the road. He's also presented on MTV, Channel 4, Five and Radio One and writes a regular column for the music industry website CMU (www.thecmuwebsite.com).
He's the host and programmer of The Temple Of Boom, the main dance arena at Secret Garden Party Festival, Chair of the Music Board of male suicide charity C.A.L.M. (www.theCALMzone.net) and Ambassador for the British Tinnitus Association (www.tinnitus.org).
And, if that's not all, Eddy plays bass in the band Losers with former Cooper Temple Clause man Tom Bellamy. They released their debut album Beautiful Losers in 2010.
The veteran dance act claim that their new album The Day Is My Enemy isn't "dark"...
Find out which tracks Eddy has played on recent Remix shows right here.
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