Planet Of House Radio
About This Show
Planet Of House is a Proudly South African Lifestyle Brand founded upon the foundation and purpose of promoting Music by Underground artists of an unpopular sound.
Formed in 2006, it has grown to become one of the most respected radio podcasts around the globe, hosting shows that are streamed by a young and old target market. The purpose and mission of Planet Of House was and still is to bring to the people, good music without favor or privilege. It is one of the few systems of getting music heard by the masses simply because "it sounds good" and not because "you're our hommie".
Growing in family and territory, Planet Of House is slowly populating with the addition of new artists all the time. It is mostly described as the home of:
> Bond Jobe> Mpeshnyk> Letz Go Deep> Harmonix
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We now take Guest Mixes For 2016. Please Note: We Have RULES...
Planet Of House Guest Mix Rules
-Mix must be exclusive
-Mixing/Crossfading must be in sync
-Mix must be encoded as 320kbps MP3
-Mix must not be shorter than 60 minutes
-Mix must be not longer than 80 minutes
-Clean recording with no humming or hisses PLEASE
-Brief Artist Bio and Info
Artist - Title (Remix)
Bond Jobe feat. Laura James - Dark Sky Tonight (Lemon N Herb Remix)
Successful submissions will receive an email with details.
If you do not receive a reply from us in 2 weeks. Consider your submission unsuccessful.
However continue to send your mixes: "maybe we didn't see it...."
You are expected to start promoting your appearance on our show & podcast site as soon as you get given approval that you will be featured.
Not everyone makes it to the Planet Of House Radio on Podomatic Podcast as bandwidth is limited.
Most Recent Episode
Stacy Kidd Planet Of House Guest Mix
This week we return with an amazing Jackin House experience!!!
The legendary Stacy Kidd brings to us an amazing guest mix that he put together exclusively for Planet Of House.
Stacy Kidd was born in Chicago in 1972 and started DJing in 1987 after being amazed by the music he was hearing on the radio. He started out recording Chicago house mixes off the radio, and would try to mix them together with 2 tape decks. He would even try to mix them together on one radio with 2 tape players on it. After doing that for a year, Stacy began to have a good ear for the music and started to buy records. but didn't even own a turntable yet. It wasn't until 1989 when he finally got a single turntable and started to mix with one turntable a nd one tape deck. Having mixed for a while without a pitch control on tape decks, using the turntable came naturally.
In 1990 Stacy was invited to play at a house party where he first used two turntables. There he met Paul Johnson who was a guest at the party. Stacy was playing a lot of unknown tracks he received from other producers like Ron Hardy, DJ Rush, Armando and Farley JackMaster Funk. Paul also had some unknown material so they stared comparing tracks. Stacy would play one, then Paul would play one. This went on for hours. Soon after, they began to hang out and work on music together regularly.
In 1994 Stacy completed his first record with Paul on Dance Mania Records called 'Stacy Kidd & Pilly P Doing Thangs Vol 1' They went on to do two more volumes before Stacy completed his first solo project called '15213 Loomis' on Dance Mania Records in 1996. Following Paul Johnson's advise on musical styles, Stacy put out three club records that same year on Huge Records (Chicago), Relief Records (Chicago) and Peacefrog Records (London). In 1997 he started traveling with Paul Johnson and performing at different events all over the world.
The following year, Stacy made a huge impact on the club scene when he released records on DustTraxx Records (Chicago), Riviera Records (France), AfterMidnight Records (Holland), Daddy Records - a sub label of Peacefrog Records (London) and a remix for Ministry of Sound Records (London). He continued to release records and travel meeting a lot of DJs & producers from all over the world. By the year 2000, Stacy reached a whole new level, he was working on more vocal projects and remixes for larger labels as well as joining many tours and studio sessions with a lot of the top house music producers in