Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

NEWS

Joseph Capriati will hold a 4-show residency on BBC Radio 1 in November

The Neopolitan techno stalwart will dig deep into his influences and inspirations and serve up the sounds that helped shaped him.

Joseph Capriati will hold a 4-show residency on BBC Radio 1 in November
Image: Instagram

For decades, BBC Radio 1’s dance shows have been a seminal feature in the global dance scene. The home of Pete Tong’s iconic Essential Mix series and several cutting-edge dance-focused shows, it has long been an accomplishment for artists to have their records aired on the show – let alone a residency.

It’s no surprise to some that legendary Italian artist Joseph Capriati will take the reins as a guest resident for November. Throughout the four shows, the techno titan will dig deep into his influences and inspirations and serve up music from his past, present and future to fans globally.

For over a decade, Capriati has been on a mission to push the boundaries of contemporary house and techno music – earning him a deservedly iconic reputation as one of the industry’s most respected tastemakers.

Coming off the back of an insightful first-ever solo residency at Amnesia Ibiza with his Metamorfosi brand, he now takes up residence for a month to share another slice of the concept on-air.

All season long, Capriati has shared an intimate insight into everything that has moulded his magnetising uniqueness. Listeners will undoubtedly be in for a treat as he looks to convey that same message on prime-time Radio 1 in the coming weeks.

Catch Joseph Capriati on BBC Radio 1 every Thursday from 11-12pm throughout November:

Advertisement

Latest

NEWS

The seventy-strong crowd blasted tunes from a bluetooth speaker whilst swigging vodka and being abusive to passengers and staff.

NEWS

Following the statement, Crossbreed's Instagram account has been inactivated, and all events have been cancelled.

NEWS

The nighttime economy brings in a staggering £36.4 billion yearly, or 1.6% of the total GDP.

NEWS

The game's creators say that they hope it encourages some dialogue around the industry of dance music.

NEWS

Well-known Bristol venue Motion undertook the research as part of its Keeping Bristol Moving Campaign.

NEWS

Figures show that there has been a "small but significant rise" in poisonings and other health problems since 2017.

NEWS

The decision comes as FIFA decided it contained elements representing the LGBTQ+ community.

NEWS

22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich remains in police custody and is being treated for injuries.

You May Also Like

NEWS

He's returning to the site of his disastrous festival, the Bahamas, to organise a "treasure hunt."

MUSIC

Clif Jack is a relative newcomer to the international techno scene, but he has already begun turning heads.

NEWS

A behaviour previously thought to be unique to human life, dancing in time to music, appears to have some universal compatibility.

NEWS

Loud music could be heard from as far as 15 miles away, with reports of people also 'racing and rallying' in the area.

Advertisement