Uncoded Radio, is a radio station with the aim of bringing together all the actors of the Techno scene, to discover its origins abroad with a real musical culture, from Detroit to Berlin and the underground style of London.
Having been programmed for 24 hours a day, it is a selection of more than 3,000 tracks, new and classic, updated every day but it is also themed playlists, special shows, direct from festivals, interviews.
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In 2015 Emanuel Satie, the Frankfurt-born, Berlin-based house and techno producer had been steadily picking up steam with straight to dancefloor hits on DTFD, Get Physical and Gruuv, and was featured in Resident Advisor’s top charted tracks of the year. He also delivered one of the standout remixes on The 2 Bears ‘The Night Is Young’ remix LP with a deeper houser version of ‘Get Out’ and a killer Main Room DJ set alongside Groove Armada at Fabric, London.
But things were only just warming up for Emanuel. 2016 has seen him burst into the spotlight with a consistent string of successful releases. His rework of Late Nite Tuff Guy’s remix of DJ Le Roi & Roland Clark’s I Get Deep hit number 1 in the Beatport overall chart and still sits high in the chart today.
His latest original production also had notable Beatport chart success, Come As You Are, his debut single on Nic Fancuilli’s Saved Records was a stunning first outing for the label and found favour with many leading jocks across many genres – a testament to Satie’s ability so satisfy even the most discerning floor.
Emanuel’s list of notable remixes is also growing, with remixes for DJ Sneak & Riva Star on Snatch Records, Hife & Bazaar on Noir, Who Made Who on Get Physical & Shiba San on Suara all having dropped in the first half of 2016, and in-demand Satie has a slew of high profile releases lined up for release in the coming months including an EP on Hot Since 82’s Knee Deep In Sound Label dropping in August.
Heavy support from Pete Tong on many Satie tracks on his BBC R1 show in the last 18 months led him to proclaim Emanuel’s track ‘Private Show’ ‘probably my favourite bassline of 2015′, and an invitation to mix the coveted ‘After Hours Mix’. Alongside this, he was picked by Mixmag to feature in their Hot 6 ones to watch. One thing is for sure Emanuel Satie is a name to keep an eye on in 2016.