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Becky Hill
The Art Of Rave
While Becky Hill has an irrefutable aptitude for writing chart smashing pop music, her roots are firmly ensconced in electronic music - from listening to Trance and Drum ‘n’ Bass as a child, through becoming a ‘professional’ clubber in her teens to collaborating with some of today’s most renowned DJs and producers (such as Wilkinson, Tiesto and MK) in her twenties. Art of Rave provides the perfect platform for Becky to delve deep into the dance music scene she is so passionate about.During the course of...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 51 ratings
Great podcast on dance music
5* hope there’s more to come with the same calibre of guest. 👍🏼
Djkeir via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/27/21
I’d heard never heard of Becky until I stumbled upon this podcast. Safe to say I’m hooked. Fascinating and warm interviews with some of the UK ‘s biggest dance industry icons.
Bad boy division via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/04/20
Just Brilliant!
Such a great insight to the rave scene. Especially interesting to hear different artists views of past and pretend. Big up Becky!
JamesHoney via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/29/20
Recent Episodes
In episode eight of The Art of Rave Becky and Basement Jaxx’s Felix Buxton cover a wide range of topics, including: Rugby tackling Prince Harry on stage live at Hyde Park; performing his first ever DJ set alongside a teenage Thom Yorke; taking Ecstasy for the first time and dancing in Sainsbury’s...
Published 10/12/20
Each of Becky’s guests will be bringing along three records that mean or say something to them, whether that’s because they’re by an artist that influenced them, remind them of a specific place or time, or feature a beat that changed them. Meanwhile Becky will be bringing along one of their...
Published 09/28/20
In episode six of The Art of Rave Becky and Fabio & Grooverider cover a wide range of topics, including: the racism that persists in nightclub scenes around the UK; what it was like growing up among soundsystem culture in south London; why dance music (and their careers) owes its existence...
Published 09/14/20
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