In August 2015 West Star Radio asked me if I would like to become a member of the West Star team and if I would like to do a weekly radio show. I said “Yes” and we agreed upon me doing a weekly show dedicated solely to electronic music of various styles. That’s how radio show “Electronic Fusion” of Brainvoyager was born. The very first episode was broadcast on Friday 18 September 2015. Episode #203 was broadcast on Saturday 27 July 2019.
West Star Radio is an “all round” radio station. It doesn’t focus on a music genre in particular. The station’s broadcasts vary between rock, pop, oldies, electronic and dance.
“Electronic Fusion” does not only feature the world’s best known artists and bands. The show highly encourages music submissions from electronic (indie) artists coming from all over the world. See this page as to how music submissions can be done and which requirements they have to meet.
Artists and bands who are featured in “Electronic Fusion” also have a promotional page on Electronic Music of Brainvoyager. See this page for an overview of the already featured artists and bands.
Two more radio stations started broadcasting “Electronic Fusion” in 2016
In March 2016 the Venezuelan radio station Electronic Music Radio started to broadcast “Electronic Fusion”. Electronic Music Radio is a radio station that broadcasts electronic music 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This station focuses mainly on the dance and trance genres in electronic music and aims mainly at the Latin American countries of South America.
In October 2016 the German radio station Modul303 started broadcasting “Electronic Fusion”. Modul303 is a radio station that broadcasts electronic music 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Modul303 focuses more on the genres in electronic music I myself appreciate most; genres that always have a dominant place in “Electronic Fusion” since I have my “electronic roots” there.