The show will be streamed over on Insomniac Radio live
every Friday night at 9pm PT
Listen back to his debut show here:
Brazilian dance music icon Vintage Culture has launched a new radio show ‘Culture Shock’ on Insomniac Radio.
Taking place weekly, ‘Culture Shock’ kicked off last Friday, September 10th. The show will be a go-to platform for Vintage Culture fans keen to hear exclusive first plays of tracks from his record box, festival edits, remixes, and special guest mixes. Each episode he will drop his ‘VINTAGE VIP’, play festival bangers in the ‘ON THE ROAD’ section, and partake in throwbacks via his ‘VINTAGE MEMORY’.
Speaking about the exciting move, Vintage Culture said: “My very first radio show – Culture Shock – is a dream come true. A perfect opportunity to push my musical boundaries and connect with other artists.” He adds, “I’d like to thank Insomniac Radio and NoiseHouse for supporting me on this global project. Hope you guys enjoy it and make sure to tune in!”
“We are incredibly excited to have Vintage Culture as part of the Insomniac Radio family,” the station said. “He is already a fan favorite with our listeners and his very own weekly show will be an amazing addition to kick off the weekend alongside Pasquale Rotella’s ‘Night Owl Radio’, Afrojack’s ‘Jacked Radio’ and Oliver Heldens’ ‘Heldeep Radio’.”
Vintage Culture is enjoying a 2021 of sold-out shows at Fabric London, The Egg London, The Brooklyn Mirage NY, and Space Miami. He is also gracing the stages of world-renowned festivals such as Creamfields, Lollapalooza, Untold, and performances at EDC Vegas and Orlando are still slated to close out 2021. His tracks ‘Free’ and ‘Drinkee’ topped the Beatport charts simultaneously in July. Boasting over 2 Billion combined streams across platforms, Vintage Culture ascends to the forefront of the dance music scene and his electrifying summer is a testament to his unmatched global influence.
A DJ and producer in the midst of taking the world by storm, Vintage Culture is a perfect fit for Insomniac Radio.
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