KISS launches KISS Nights
After a year of major reinvigoration at the station, evenings at KISS are about to explode with new and existing specialist talent to form all-new KISS Nights.
From 9pm Sunday – Thursday, and 7pm Fridays and Saturdays KISS are unleashing some of the world’s most exciting curators, DJs and presenters to reflect the current musical landscape of dance music, black music and everything in between.
Launching Monday 9th November KISS Nights will reflect Drum and bass, Afrobeats, Grime, Hip Hop, all forms of House, Garage and more with talent from all corners of the UK and beyond.
October this year saw KISS mark its 35th year since launching as a pirate station, and KISS Nights will bring 11 entirely new programmes and a reassembly of existing KISS talent to complete the transformation.
Majestic leads the charge with new Friday and Saturday night shows 1900-2100. A Trak, Deadmau5, Ellie Prohan, Gorgon City, Hybrid Minds, Juls, DJ Q, Sam Divine, Shosh (24 Hour Garage Girls), Mark Knight’s Tool Room Residency and Tash LC are brand new to the line-up.
KISS Content Director Rebecca Frank said “This is another real moment in 2020 for us at KISS. Reinvigorating our specialist line up is all about authentically reaching diverse audiences UK – something we are passionate about every day. This army of talent will naturally work together to create more opportunities for new artists to be played, for content to be indulged and to make sure we are giving space to emerging sounds.
“The energy around these presenters from international super stars and major label artists to the most exciting emerging talent feels like a movement; KISS was built on exciting music and risk taking – we want to bring that spirit back with KISS Nights.”
Today’s news follows the launch of the KISS Breakfast Show with Jordan & Perri, a new weekend line up, early Breakfast with Tatum McGreal and The KISS Hype Chart powered by Shazam with Tinea Taylor,
The full line-up is:
A-Trak (Monday nights 0100-0200)
Ben Malone (Saturday 2300-0100)
Billy Da Kid (Friday nights 0100-0300)
Charlie Powell (Saturday nights 0300-0500)
Deadmau5 (Thursday nights 0100-0200)
Ellie Prohan (Tuesday 2300-0100)
Gorgon City (Thursday 2300-0100)
Hybrid Minds (Monday 2100-2300)
Joel Corry (Saturday 2100-2300)
Juls (Tuesday 2100-2300)
Leftwing : Kody (Friday nights 0300-0500)
Majestic (Friday and Saturday nights 1900-2100)
Mollie Collins (Saturday nights 0100-0300)
DJ Q (Wednesday 2100-2300)
KISS Rehab with Justin Wilkes (Sat & Sunday 0500-0600)
Rude Kid (Sunday 2200-0000)
Sam Divine (Friday 2100-2300)
Shortee Blitz & MK (Wednesday 2300-0100)
Shosh (Tuesday 2300-0100)
DJ SKT (Thursday 2100-2300)
Tash LC (Sunday 0000-0200)
TCTS (Friday 2300-0100)
Toolroom Residency with Mark Knight (Tuesday nights 0100-0200)
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The KISS Network is a national multi-media entertainment brand with 5.1m listeners a week. From the mainstream to what’s new and different, KISS connects with its audience through its multi-platform strategy of delivering content around the music they’re into, and the popular culture they love.
Playing the freshest beats to old skool and anthems, the network is also home to two breakout standalone digital stations, the UK’s most listened to digital commercial station KISSTORY (Old Skool and Anthems) and KISS Fresh (Non-Stop New Beats), plus the network now offers additional genre specific stations KISS Dance, KISS Jams and KISS Garage which are available online or via the KISS Kube App.