777 Recordings brings you Low Income $quad honcho SZCH for this month’s broadcast, delivering one hour of fast breaks and global mayhem, involving tracks from Drexcyia, Yuzo Kushiro, Daddy Yankee and more.
Berlin-based label 777 brings you honcho Iron Curtis for this month’s session, providing with one hour of silky electro, breaks and dub techno from Hannah Holland, Artefakt, Lapien, Hodge and more.
Berlin’s 777 Recordings and its boss Ron Wilson bring you Dog Patrol for this month’s broadcast, unleashing one hour of contemporary electronics from IUEKE, FTP Up, Jahiliyya Fields and some older classics…
777 Recordings boss Ron Wilson invites Russian producer, Born Free Records artist Odopt for the last 777FM show of the year, bringing one hour of subterranean electronics, industrial and screwed breaks.
Berlin’s 777 Recordings brings you Serious Trouble artist Nasty King Kurl for this month’s transmission for one hour of mayhem including several productions of his, along Madonna, Die Wildge Jagd, Franky Ocean and more… yup.
777 Recordings’ Ron Wilson brings you Kuno for this month’s broadcast, for an hardstyle session, going from acid electronics to hardcore…
Berlin’s 777 Recordings returns to our station for a new season, opening with a ravy mix from DJ Rat featuring Suicide, Spectre, DJ Looney Tune and more.
For the last 777 Recordings show of the season, label founder Ron Wilson invites Futers for a powerhouse guest mix, oscillating from Gabor Lazar to E.S.G. ..
777 Recordings brings you french DJ Miley Serious for this month’s episode, with a session of aggro electronics featuring Privacy, JoeFarr, Damaskin and more.
777 Recordings brings you electro producer and dj Roger 23 for this month episode, with a mix of vintage and modern electro, along with suave beats from He Said, Cabaret Voltaire and more.
Listen back to 777 Recordings latest show, featuring a special mix from honcho Xan, selecting records exclusively from Russia’s electronic scene between 1990 and 2000, thanks to his father’s tape collection.
Listen back to 777 Recordings honcho Diamin from South-America, selecting a wide range of records, oscillating between new-wave classics and electro bangers from DMX Krew, Yello, Noise Unit and more.
Listen back to 777 Recordings’ honcho Brighton whose tracks were featured on the “Brothers” compilation, delivering IDM, electro and club variations.
Listen back to Seixlack (aka INNSYTER)’s banging mix for the might 777 Recordings family.
777 Recordings founder Ron Wilson steps in for this month’s episode with a banging selection of electro..
The infamous, Berlin-based 777 crew delivers once every two months, honcho after honcho, your dose of breaks and techno cuts, here with Qnete.