Frank Frenzy, Ray MD and ThreeSixty – Friday February 25 2011


This is my latest show of my guest mixes for Friday February 25 2011 from 3 – 5 a.m. on 100.7 CHIN FM Toronto, Canada, I also have the pleasure of featuring friends, Ray MD and ThreeSixty

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== Hour 1 ==

Featuring Ray MD!!!

About Ray MD


Ray MD was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, one of the most exciting cities of the Caribbean.

Ray took a part of the electronic music of his country approximately ten years ago and he is an integrant of the recognized Dominican duet called Rayzil Project.

He has shared dj’s booths with some of the most important names of the global electronic scene like Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso, Chus & Ceballos, Oscar G, John Creamer, Sandra Collins, Junkie XL, DJ Dan, DJ Wady, Trent Cantrelle, Steve Porter, Luca Ricci, Jose Nuñez, David Guetta, Sergio Fernandez, John Acquavivas, David Penn, Richie Santana, Peter Bailey, Rob Mirage, Angel Alanis, Dave Ralph, Simon & Shaker, Di Paul, Jerry Ropero, Andres Mijangos, Tom Stephan aka Superchumbo, Radall Jhones, Eric Entrena, Desyn Massiello, Pete Tha Zouk, Dario Nuñez, Oscar de Rivera, Saeed Younan, Victor Calderone, Frank Maurel, Carlos Manaca, Patrick M, Elio Riso, and many others.

His influences are Latin-American, Brazilian and African music rhythms with tech elements under the base of House music, for Ray is very monotonous to play just one style, he likes the fusion of the styles, house rhythms mixing with Deep, Tribal, Progressive, Electro, Techno, Samba, Funky and some portions of minimal, creating a really musical trip in his performance, thanks to his style and versatility has had the opportunity to visit almost all the cities of his country, and expand his talent to the United States, playing in New York City, Miami, Puerto Rico, and others cities.

Frequently solicited by the most important trademarks such as Miller, Presidente, Heineken, Marlboro, Claro, Orange, and many others.

He has released his tracks in some of the most important underground labels of the world such as Twisted Records (USA), Distinto Recordings (Spain), Beat Freak Recordings (Spain), Cr2 (UK), Radikal Records (New York), Stereo Productions (Spain), South American House (Uruguay), Tanira Recordings (Portugal), BedRoom Muzik (Miami), Uno Tracks (Miami), Slated House Black (USA), Latitude Recordings (Portugal), Soul Sound Records (Portugal), Soleado Recordings (Spain), Beat Work Records (Italy), TKC Records (New York), Quanza Records (Egypt), Selector Music (Puerto Rico), Dot Com Recordings (Spain), just for name a few.

His tunes have been played by some of the most relevant djs all over the world. Robbie Rivera, Saeed Younan, Chus & Ceballos, Oscar G, Richie Santana, Boris, Pete Tha Zouk, Marcelo Castelli, Sergio Fernandez, Eric Entrena, DJ Wady, Cytric, Rob Mirage, Tha Kid Chris, Dario Nuñez, David Penn, D-Formation, Redkone, Alex Young, Angel Alanis, Adam Freamer, Luca Ricci, Denny Tsettos, DJ Fist, Eric Ensastigue, Southern Brothers, Mario Calegari, Di Paul, Dextro, Tamer Fouda and many others.


Ray MD Final Note :

Thanks First to God for all the blessings, to all the records labels, djs,producers, radio stations, fans and friends for all the support in all of this years, this is just the first part of “My Reflections” part two are coming very soon.

Special Thanks to: Roger Sanchez, Frank Frenzy, DJ Wady, David Penn, Chus & Ceballos, Boris, Oscar G, Just for name few thanks so much for the support…

To My friends and Partners in this first part of my compilation: Jon Flores, Nikolas, Albert Day, Alexei, Carlos Kinn, Luigi Vanderbilt, Ramses Jair, David Tort, Luis Cunillera, Alexis Cordero, Juan Forte, thanks to trust in my work.

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== Hour 2 ==

Featuring ThreeSixty

About ThreeSixty

Roaming Manchester’s then infinite number of record shops is where Dave Muirhead (originally from Scotland) and Kirk Shiels first met over 10 years ago.

They joined forces in the studio in late 2008 where their drive & desire to produce music has progressed them to the level they’re at today, with their own distinctive sound and style which has proven to be a big hit on dance floors the world over.

2009 was a milestone year for the pair that saw the ThreeSixty name grow with numerous chart entries and some amazing remix opportunities which gained widespread acclaim such as the No. 1 Beatport smash ‘You Might Hear Nothing’ by Slovenian Techno legend Umek and ‘Vibrations’ by Toolroom Records’ own Chris Special.

They boast their own impressive list of artists who have remixed them such as RAMON TAPIA, MATTEO DI MARR, QUIVVER, SONNY WHARTON, BEN CODA, JASON TAYLOR, VLADA ASANIN, JACEO and Brazilian DJ/Producers RODRIGO CARREIRA & KOOTECH.

2010 saw the duo have various releases on TOOLROOM RECORDS, FUNK FARM, DEFECTED, 303LOVERS, MAR 186, DATAWORX, STEREO PRODUCTIONS, WHARTONE RECORDS, SOULMAN MUSIC, BINARY 404, INTOXICATE DIGITAL, SOLARSCAPE MUSIC, KOMPRESSOR, FORENSIC, HAREM, BAROQUE & BLU MUSIC. Their forthcoming tracks include releases on TOOLROOM RECORDS, DEFINITIVE RECORDS, HOTFINGERS, INCORRECT MUSIC and Funkagenda’s new FUNK FARM imprint that started off with a remix of his own long awaited dance floor monster ‘Astana’, which has caused a storm around the globe.

In September 2010 they set up their own imprint Maquina Music along side fellow production partners Dirty Harris & Jason Taylor. The quality and consistency of each track released has gained the label huge support from who’s who in the industry. For those who like their Tech House a little deeper they’ve catered for that too with sub-label Maquina Deep.

The aforementioned Toolroom Knight DJ/Producer Funkagenda recently named ThreeSixty amongst his ‘Ones to Watch’ in Britain’s Next Generation of Dance Stars on Beatportal and Ministry Of Sound interviews. He showed further support by licensing their tracks ‘Kore’ & ‘Cruise Control’ to his ‘Toolroom Knights’ Compilation. ‘Cruise Control’ also made an appearance on Ministry of Sound’s ‘The Underground 2010’ mixed by Afrojack & Bass Kleph as well their remix being on a Defected compilation.

As well as a license to Fedde Le Grand & Funkerman’s highly successful ‘Flamingo Nights Volume One’, they’ve written exclusive track ‘Invader’ for Toolroom Records featuring rising star Chris Special and ‘Access’ collaborated on with Hauswerks for Sonny Wharton’s ‘Exploring…UK’ compilation, released by Baroque Records.

With 2 successful Brazil tours and sell out shows at Sankey’s in Manchester (DJ Mag’s recently named ‘Best Club in the World’) under their belt, and with forthcoming gigs in Ibiza, Germany, USA. India, Asia, Israel and the UK already in the pipeline over the coming months, ThreeSixty are firmly in demand for 2011 and are not to be missed as one of the fastest rising artists on the scene today.


Thank you to all the record labels, artists, dj’s, producers for staying connected with me, keeping me updated with their latest material or talent. Keep them coming my way as I love supporting your craft here in Toronto.

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