BBC Radio 1 is refreshing the line-up of its dance music show In New DJs We Trust. The show is broadcast from 2-4am on Saturday mornings and features new and emerging talent, giving them their first chance to broadcast on national radio.
New signing Kissy Sell Out will join the weekly rotational roster alongside Kutski, Professor Green and Mistress De Funk.
Kissy Sell Out will succeed rising dubstep star Plastician who will stand-in for Mary Anne Hobbs' Experimental Show in July as part of his ongoing relationship with Radio 1.
Ben Cooper, Radio 1's Head of Programmes, said: "I am delighted to welcome Kissy Sell Out to In New DJs We Trust. He has emerged from London's cutting edge club scene and has exceptional talent and energy plus a very distinctive sound that will appeal to an important cross-section of our specialist audience.
"In New DJs We Trust is an ever-evolving show whose mission is to ensure Radio 1 stays at the forefront of new music. I'd like to thank Plastician who will continue a relationship with Radio 1."
In New DJs We Trust launched in May 2005 with six DJs: Eddie Halliwell, Nic Fanciulli, Jon O'Bir, Trophy Twins, Kutski and Crissy Criss broadcasting on a six weekly rotation. The Residency line-up evolved in December 2005 seeing Plastician and Tayo succeed Nic Fanciulli and Jon O'Bir.
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