Ferreck Dawn brings signature sound to a brand new weekly radio show.
Updated: May 20
Ferreck Dawn is all about the drums. His signature sound is what the Dutchman is recognised for around the world and now he brings it to his brand new show ‘To The Break of Dawn’. Launching weekly on Friday 20th May on stations all around the world and available for further syndication through This Is Distorted.
‘To The Break of Dawn’ will see him playing a selection of the latest and greatest music in house. The show also includes features like, the top 3 tracks of the week, a timeless track and a downtempo track to end the show with a nice relaxed vibe.
We’ll be hearing the mix of powerful techno drums and emotional house vocals from Ferreck’s own tracks alongside his own picks from the world of House. Whether that’s using original vocalists or digging deep for a sample, it is the melody, soul and texture of the human voice rather than the words that Ferreck is drawn to.
Ferreck Dawn said “I'm super excited to launch my weekly radio show. It's definitely something I've been planning to do for a while and now feels like the perfect time. Expect the best new house music, classics and a few curveballs.”
Ferreck searches out interesting collaborators from different sub-genres to mix it up and find new inspirations. Whether it's David Guetta's house alias Jack Back, 'The Void' with Lee Foss, 'My Own Way' with A-Trak and Lord, he never stops evolving.
Nick Riley, Director at Distorted, said: "We are really excited to add Ferreck Dawn to our roster. He has a deep understanding of what his audience want and when. We can't wait to bring his signature sound from the DJ booth to radio and we know there’s a huge appetite for it.”
As a DJ, he understands people want to hear the signature Ferreck sound, so he balances his own productions with tracks that speak the most to him and we expect to see this on the show.
It is this tight quality control that has kept him at the top throughoutt his career and will ensure the success of his new show; ‘To the Break of Dawn’