DJ Kairos has been a disc-jockey since 2003. As an artist he has had a vision to proclaim the gospel in his country, Columbia, using electronic music. His first major launch was a show called Zapping FM. By 2007 the show began penetrating the secular scene in Bogota, Columbia. At a national level the show was being aired on 30 different stations. Kairos began showcasing talented artists like Andy Hunter, DJ Cesar, Frank Nuckless, Sky Santo, and many more.At the moment Kairos’ Electro Columbia Radio is one of the foremost promoters of Electronic Dance Music of all genres in Latin America. In 2009, Kairos began transmitting radio programs internationally on 50 different stations, both secular and Christian.DJ Kairos believes that it is necessary for all believers to expand the Kingdom of God. He does this through Electronic Dance Music, specifically by promoting other Christian artists. Get ready for a great set of Gospel House Music that will get you moving and grooving. All the way from Bogota, Columbia, I present: DJ Kairos! http://www.tastyfresh.com/podcasts/2012/12/03/homegrown-episode-28-dj-kairos/
Hey everyone fought ill do a tribute mix on the new album by fracus & darwin which is out now folks in all good stores wicked album this is by the djs behind the hardcore underground label ill give u some links and where to buy the album get supporting this label and these guys they make the hardcore scene come alive and get the dancefloors kicking. :)
Hey everyone fought ill do a tribute mix of most of dj scott browns music he has released and caused chaos and mayhem in the hardcore scene past, present and going into the future now ive dished out some of my favourite tracks from him and to support and show everyone hes music also added in some of hes hardcore gabber tracks to. :)
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