Tune into Riotgear's Mocean District Radio Show Today With Guest H.O.S.H.

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you're deep into the South Florida EDM scene, then you've

probably heard of Riotgear, the DJ duo of Andy Pate and Bobby Bassett.

And you definitely heard them if you went to Ultra Music Festival last

month, where they rocked the main stage.

What you may not know is that

the pair also run a kick-ass weekly radio show called Mocean District, specializing in the finest transtlantic tech house. The show's featured guest sets by Joris Voorn, Stimming, Tim

Green, and Alex

Kenji among many other internationally renowned DJs.

Today's show

features special guest DJ-producer Holger Behn (AKA H.O.S.H.) of the

esteemed Hamburg-based Diynamic imprint. With his signature deep techy

grooves, H.O.S.H. should fit in nicely. 

Tune in to Mocean District from 2 to 4 p.m. on Digitally

Imported's Tech House Radio online. And be sure to catch it every Thursday --

upcoming guest DJs in April include Omid 16B, Demi of S.O.S., Markus Mehta,

Guy J, Tomcraft, and Christopher James.

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