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Triple J replaces Friday Night Shuffle with new dance music show The Nudge

The new triple j hosts Chooma (Photo credit: triple j & Dave Kan)

Youth-focused triple-j radio station announced a series of changes to its on-air programming.

One of those changes is the departure of Vance Musgrove from Aston Shuffle on Friday August 20 after 10 years at the station.

The Musgrove Show Friday night mix will also end.

He said it has been an absolute privilege to represent triple-j dance music and provide a platform for emerging artists.

“Thanks to listeners, the show has always been about you. I am delighted to devote more time to creating and releasing music and look forward to continuing the party with you at Aston Shuffle concerts soon. “, did he declare.

Triple j’s Friday night program will be renamed The boost and will be directed by Christian Benson and Tim Benson, who form the electronic duo Choomba.

The duo said they were “pretty darn excited” to start the new show.

“I still can’t believe they gave us the reins to be honest. We’re just two young boys from Tassie with a dream. The show is all about new dance and electronic music, mediocre bants and fun segments to give you a boost on Friday nights.

This was not the only change announced by triple j this morning, however.

To mix together host and producer Andy Garvey also bids farewell.

Triple ja said Garvey’s work was “up for grabs” and encouraged anyone who lives and breathes electronic music – and is an armed radio producer – to apply.

Garvey ran the Saturday night show for five years, and triple ja said she grew up To mix together to be one of the best dance music shows in the world, ensuring mixes with artists such as Diplo, Flight Facilities and The Blessed Madonna.

Garvey said the job has been a dream.

“I will always consider this job to be one of the most exciting and inspiring of my career. It’s time for a new chapter however, and I look forward to continuing to nurture and promote exciting new talent in club music, ”she added.

The final departure is hosted by Roots’ n All, Nkechi Anele. Annele’s last show will take place on Monday August 9th.

that of anele Roots’ n All the duties will be performed by Weekend Lunch presenter Tyrone Pynor until the end of the year.

Anele said the past four years, including interviews with iconic actors such as Lauryn Hill and Leon Bridges, have been a wonderful ride.

“Music is the air I breathe and the height of joy in my life. So thank you for trusting me with your tracks and getting to work with me. I have loved watching new and diverse artists redefine the way this country makes and loves music, and I can’t wait to see that grow. I’m going to log in to find out what to listen to next, ”she added.