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WAVEWHORE on BBC Radio 1 - The ANNIE NIGHTINGALE Show - Monday, January 8, 2007

New York City based DJ/Producer/Remix Artist WAVEWHORE will be appearing as a guest DJ on
The ANNIE NIGHTINGALE radio show on BBC Radio 1 on Monday, January 8, 2007. This weekly
radio broadcast features dirty breaks, grime, exclusive mixes from around the world, very
special guests and above all wicked new music presented by the legendary Annie
Nightingale. To listen to the show, visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/djs/ and select the
link for Annie Nightingale. BBC Radio 1 streams live 24/7 and the show is archived and
available for download for 1 week after the broadcast.

WAVEWHORE
Broke Recordings - BreaksFM - Electrofly Records - New York City - USA

With his recent releases on high profile record labels such as Broke, BreaksFM and
Electrofly, his forthcoming Audio Tactics Recordings imprint and a hectic touring
schedule, Wavewhore is quickly building a reputation as one to watch in the global break
beat community. His skills behind the decks have also led him to host 'The Audio Tactics
Sessions' on the award-winning www.breaksfm.com where he can be heard every other Monday
evening from 8-10pm EST and he recently appeared as a guest on Liquid Todd's 'Altered
State' radio show on WKTU 103.5 FM New York City. As a DJ, Wavewhore has consistently held
the top breaks residency in his home base of New York City and has shared the stage with
almost every major international breakbeat artist. His high-intensity DJ sets blend many
styles of breaks from funk to tear-out to tech into powerful and effective mixes that whip
dancefloor crowds into a frenzy.

Wavewhore's cutting edge music has also received high level support from many of the top
names in the business including Aquasky, Freestylers, General Midi, DJ Icey, The Autobots,
Annie Nightingale, Jay Cunning, Chris Carter, Soul of Man, Elite Force, Ctrl Z, Klaus
Hill, Sunz of Mecha and many more. Wavewhore began his musical career playing heavy metal
guitar and toured the New York City area in the early 90's. During that time, he was also
experimenting with electronic music and in 1992, Well Primed Records released his first
electronic dance music composition titled "Voodoo".

In 2004, Wavewhore signed with Electrofly Records and "Breakin' The Law" was released on
vinyl in May 2005. His mammoth "Funk Pill" single, which features vocals from Bex Riley,
was released on Broke Recordings in 2005 and has been repressed on vinyl four times. "Funk
Pill" was also licensed to Finger Lickin' Records for the "Export 01" compilation mixed by
the Drumattic Twins. In October 2006, Broke released Wavewhore's most recent funk-fuelled
single titled "This Is How It Should Be Done" and in the same month his heavy remix of
Rektchordz's "Bass Pressure" was also released on the BreaksFM imprint. The "Bass
Pressure" remix has become an anthem in the massive breakbeat raves in Spain. Forthcoming
releases include a remix of D-Ranged's "Assembled" which is scheduled to appear on
BombTraxx in 2007. Wavewhore's name is derived from his addiction to manipulating audio
waveforms and from all appearances he promises to be an inspiring force in electronic
dance music. For more information visit www.wavewhore.com or www.myspace.com/wavewhore


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