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Starting 18th April 2020 "UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE" It started with an idea to help keep us together and spirits up whilst we get further isolated. Music is the language of us all and it's great for our mental health. On that note, we are asking if you would like to get involved? All genres and DJ's welcome. We are already getting a great response from both well known and bedroom dj's alike. So far a total of 7 days and counting! If you would like to be part of Universal Language please send us a 1 or 2 hour Guest Mix to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a covering note letting us know your real name, dj name, any promotion or record label you are associated with, genre & rough bpm.

Please send via We Transfer, Dropbox etc.
Closing date for mixes is the 11th April.

If you want to talk on your mix please do otherwise let us know any messages you'd like us to read out for family and friends that are listening.

Everyone is welcome, feel free to share ♥

DJs on board so far.

1 Aaron Thomas
2 Abyss
3 Acid Drop Anton
4 Adam Boyes
6 AlexMo
7 Andy J
8 Audio Menace
9 Bassline Ben
10 Big Burd
11 Bonzai
12 Carl J Austin
13 Catch 22
14 Chris Blade
15 Chris Murphy
16 Cliffie
17 Clo De Rae
18 Cognition
19 Connor Clapton
20 Craig Faded
21 Craig Groombridge
22 Curtsey
23 D.N.Hay
24 Darroo
25 Dave Spinout
26 Dawn Lee
27 Decidedly Dodgey
28 Def Jeff
29 Dezarate
30 Dizmaster
31 DJ Dat
32 Dorset dave
33 Ed La Funk
34 Ed Lynham
35 Eleke Kleijn
36 Eric Bruce
37 Galestian
38 Ganesh
39 Glen Montgomery
40 Graham Wooton
41 Greenz
42 Hakka
43 Haley & Jason Ball
44 HatStandy
45 Hex
46 Inertial System
47 Jake Ayres
48 Jay Loftas
49 Jon E-P
50 Lab 4
52 Latex Zebra
53 Lee J Raz
54 Leo Dantes
55 Little Jack
56 Loki
57 Louk
58 Ludo
59 Luke & Joel Heaton
60 Lynxx
61 Mark EG
62 Martin Collins
63 Matt Edwards
64 Merlin
65 Mikee
66 Mind Control
67 Mindflux
68 Miss Behaviour
69 Mladen Tomic
70 MRP
71 Nick the Kid
72 Nitrix
73 Not Standard
74 Ori Uplift
75 O-Traxx
76 Pantelis Aspridis
77 Paul & Sophie Lowndes
78 Peter Byles
79 Phil Langham
80 Pifa
82 Pod
83 Pure Klass djs
84 Rabbit
85 Remnis
86 Renegade System
87 Rennz
88 Rich Darch
89 Rob Harazny
90 Robb-O
91 Roo McKeller
92 Rush GBH
93 Sean Brooks
94 Shax
95 Simon McCann
96 Slick
97 Smile.E
98 Squeek
99 Stampz
100 Steve Hamlet
101 Swankie DJ
102 Swannie
103 Syanide
104 Term
105 Tom Perry
106 Trenditz
107 Tricky
108 Warren Dancey
109 WesWhite
110 XLS
111 Yoshimitsu
112 Zeena Christy

Cherish DJ - This & That

in News
October 04, 2018

Missed tonights set? Listen again & download This & That, Cherish guest mix. Expect 1 hour progressing from tech house to minimal techno. Thanks for listening


Cherish This That


Ori Uplift

in Our DJs
September 29, 2018

Uplifting Only is the world's leading radio show for the orchestral uplifting trance genre, and also focuses on emotional uplifting trance, vocal uplifting trance, and a little orchestral and chillout music, with Ori Uplift on Safehouse Radio every Saturday from 4pm.

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To quote iTunes commenters,  Uplifting Only is "nonstop mixes by the best source for uplifting trance music. Perfect for long travels, tasks, homework, or to just jam out", and "Some of the best music out there. All the tracks are just beautiful."

It is the definitive show for orchestral uplifting trance the way Armin's A State of Trance intends itself for trance and progressive. Like ASOT, UpOnly includes weekly fan votes for favorite tracks and tunes of the year, a large number of exclusive world premieres every week, and exclusive recorded voiceovers from the artists whose tracks are premiered that week.

Orchestral uplifting trance is a genre of music that is both euphoric and peaceful, energizing and cinematic. It fuses trance and symphonic music by taking the genre of uplifting trance and having the breakdowns be like emotional/epic orchestral or film music. It also features trance melodies that are more epic, emotional, or euphoric than other uplifting trance.

Uplifting Only was rated the #8 trance radioshow/podcast in the 2014 Trance Podium Awards, and Trance Hub rated it one of the top 5 trance shows for working out (and the top show for yoga & pilates).

UpOnly is the flagship show for Abora Recordings, the world's top label for orchestral uplifting trance and emotional uplifting trance and the home of 11 sublabels.

On the first show of the month, UpOnly plays much vocal uplifting trance. It plays all-instrumental uplifting trance the rest of the month, except for guest mixes or special episodes, which can also have vocal trance.

Two mixcompilations based on the show and its voting reached the #1 spots on the Beatport genre charts for releases, and five have reached the top 5 on the charts. 

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Bonzai Basik Beats

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September 29, 2018

Every Sunday from 1pm till 2pm Bonzai Basik Beats showcases a wide range of music including the best in Progressive House, Tech House, Techno and Deep House grooves, with guest mixes from some of the top DJs in those genres.

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Banshee Worx was founded in May 2003 some 2 months after the closing of Lightning Records which was the company that took care of the Bonzai brand and imprint since 1992 until early March 2003. Then things changed and Banshee Worx was formed by Fly (owner and founder of the Bonzai trademark), Marnik (former International and A & R from Lightning Records) and 2 artist/producer/dj’s who were also part of the Lightning Records artist roster, namely Yves Deruyter, Belgium’s number one dj with huge, already considered classic, clubhits such as Calling Earth, The Rebel and Born Slippy. Last but not least there’s Laurent Véronnez, aka Airwave, without a doubt a man leading the electronic dance market with superior quality music. Remixing many of his colleagues and deejaying worldwide, he is the caterpillar of the musical bulldozers out there.

So, nothing much has changed, a new entity has been formed and the same driving forces behind the succes of the Bonzai imprint will continue to serve the universe with the greatest trance music with artists like Airwave, Yves Deruyter, Push, Plastic Boy, Quadran, Lolo, DJ Fire, Fire & Ice, Solar Factor, Cape Town, Philippe Van Mullem and many new ones to come.

Many years have passed since the launch of Banshee Worx and they are still expanding, dedicated and secure, with their little group of labels and artists. With the continuously descending physical music market, they have been devoting a lot of time in developing their on-line activities. Not only do they keep a weekly updated webstore running (including customized soundcarriers) but they have also launched the Bonzai Digital Network, where they offer all cd and vinyl releases, plus digital only releases for digital download at fair rates both via their own downloadshop powered by Audio Jelly and a range of digital download partners, including the number one worldwide downloadshop iTunes Music Store, Beatport, ID & T Dance-Tunes, Track It Down, Juno Download, Audio Jelly, DJ Download and DJ Tunes.

In addition to supportting the wide range of labels they handle, with an average of 2 physical releases a month and additionally all releases in digital format and exclusive digital only releases, they have created the iPool, a dedicated website that delivers both promotional music and the iPool Supreme Membership that delivers music via a unique podcast link.

What would the use be of all these investments without……NEW ARTISTS ! Since the company start they have signed a bunch of new and old talents such as Paul Edge, Andy Tau, Arto Kumanto, Joost Glazenburg, Eddie Sender, Ville Lope and Audiophox. Undoubtfully this list is incomplete and unfinished taking into consideration the amount of good stuff that’s rocketed in their direction. With roughly 500+ demos every month, needless to say this is titanic. The continuous flow of new good tracks offered to them and the increase of young talented producers out there obviously had it’s influence on the number of labels currently residing under the Banshee Worx umbrella. First there’s the fully owned labels which are 100% controlled by themselves such as all the Bonzai trademark imprints, Green Martian, Camouflage, Progez, Nemesis and a dozen more. Then there’s the labels they run in collaboration with label managers such as Piston Recordings (Rogerio Martins), Subtraxx (Miika Kuisma), J00f (John ’00’ Fleming), Tripomatic (Pete Miskelly), Real Music (Andrew Parsons) and Troia (Pedro Goya). Last but not least, they have labels that joined the Banshee family for digital distribution purposes such as Missile, Neuroscience, Wonka, Warehouse, Dj-International and Strictly Rhythm Benelux,..

In 2009 they had a new upgrade with the Banshee-Entertainment Division which will ensure the the promotion and marketing of their artists towards the deejay circuit. Furthermore they will set up between 6 and 8 events yearly in the Benelux territory and negociate franchises to organize Bonzai events worldwide.

Now with 2010 in front of the door, new labels are being signed up including Olympik Records and Belgian techno legend Frank De Wulf putting them in charge of his entire old and new catalogue.

History learns people have always seen Bonzai Records as ambassadors of quality electronic music regardless of the genres they touch. Over the years music has evolved, so did their musical taste, a combination which is pushing them to think more forward.

In order to focus on what they really want to do and giving artists what they deserve, it’s become necessary to discontinue some of their labels. Most of these labels are part of that trance scene which they helped develop in the early 90’s. The trance scene of today does not fit their vision, so they will fully focus on 3 remaining trance labels (Subtraxx, Camouflage & Nemesis) and on quality progressive trance.

You will wonder now what they really want to focus on, well deep progressive, mini tech, tech house and real progressive house as they have been doing in their own way over the past year on Bonzai Progressive and Bonzai Basiks.

2010, a year of change... major changes! The company has been split up in 2 divisions, each running entirely independent from each other. On one side they have the Bonzai Progressive set up which will have it’s focus on House, Tech House, Techno, Deep, Chill and Lounge. Obviously these changes had a big influence on the labels remaining in the BP division, although slowly but surely, styles and sounds have been converted and shaped into what it is today. New labels have been launched such as Eyepatch Recordings (Deep Techno/Deep House), Mint and Mustard Recordings (Tech House/Funky House) and more recently Howz Choonz (Tech House/Funky House). These imprints have been exceptionally well received over the last months and have positioned themselves amongst the already established labels in those genres. This department is under management of Fly.

On the other side there is the Subtraxx division which is a docking station for all trance & dance related labels Camouflage, Nemesis and Subtraxx itself. Management here is with Ville Lope.

Furthermore there is the digital distribution which has been growing enormously over the last 2 years and has without a doubt become a highlight for us in today’s insane music biz. With labels such as Renaissance, Azuli, Gusto, Deviant, Dance Opera and a few dozen others joining the Bonzai family it’s needless to say this has become a huge part of today’s business. With a few other big signings in the pipeline, they can only nod that this department has done well over the last years under the careful management of Marnik.

Bonzai Records invite you all on this new and exciting journey!

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