New Radio Show coming soon

Radio show information
Radio show information

Really excited to let you know I will be hosting my own bi-weekly radio show with TranceRadio.FM.
My show ‘In the Zone’ will be on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at 14.00 UK time.
You can get full info and international timings from
I will be tweeting the tracklist using #ITZ
First episode will be on Sunday 1st September. Are you ready to go ‘In the zone’

What a week….

Hi everyone, 

Just back from a couple of weeks holiday with my family in Portugal and feeling great and refreshed. 

My ‘Utopia – The remixes‘ EP has now been sent out on promo to DJ’s across the world and within 24 hours of mailing already received support from , DJ Spy, Photographer, Rank-1, Double V, Dave Deen plus many more. This EP will be available shortly from all good download stores, but in the meantime you can hear it on my soundcloud page. 

This Monday – 5th Aug at midday GMT I have a guest mix for TranceSound Sessions. This will be aired on Pure FM and then will be repeated on Wed 7th Aug on Lazer FM (20.00 GMT) and PureSoundFM (23:00 GMT )

The next big event will be my guest mix for TranceFamilyUAE first birthday celebrations. The line-up has still to be fully announced, but already confirmed are, Photographer, Karl Forde, Giuseppe Ottaviani , Tangle, Zaid, and Kadir Shaikh

To get all the line-up details, and event information please go to the special Event Page

Thanks again for all your support and messages. It really means a lot. 

Have a great week and please keep in touch.


Trancesound Sessions 279

Three chances to listen to my guest mix with – Check for airing schedule below.

TranceSound Session 279


Dj Kidd Kurrupt (USA)
DJ Sonar Zone (UK) 1 hour each
Monday 5th of August 2013 on Pure FM at 12:00 GMT UTC London time
Wednesday 7th of August 2013 on Lazer FM (ex former ODU FM) at 22:00 GMT UTC London time
Wednesday 7th of August 2013 on PureSound FM at 23:00 GMT UTC London time

Mixing it up for summer

Hey everyone, Hope you are all enjoying the summer ( yes it’s actually sunny in Scotland) 

The last two weeks have been really busy and I’ve got lots to tell you.. first of I entered a competition to DJ at a big event in Poland. I have uploaded my ‘entry mix’ on Mixcloud to win I need as many of you to click the ‘heart’ icon on my mix (click here to hear the mix) and please share with your friends as well. I need as many votes as possible.

Last week I had a mix featured on Matthew J Bentley radio show and then last night I was featured on Karl Forde’s – Fusion 22 show broadcast on God’s DJ Radio You can hear this mix on my Podcast Page and for those of you with iTunes, just search in the podcast page for ‘DJ Sonar Zone’

I have some other awesome guest mixes in the pipeline but can’t reveal them just yet. I have also joined Instagram so please feel free to check out my pics there. Well, that’s all for now. Go and download my mix, head for the pool and turn it up. ( Don’t forget the sun cream)


Help needed

Hi everyone – I have a HUGE favour to ask of you. 
Don’t worry..I’m not looking for any money..although I am happy to accept any you feel like sending 🙂 
All I would like you to do is please help to win a competition to DJ in Poland. All you need to do is like and share this mix it’s only a 30 minute mix so won’t take long. ( to like the mix you need to click the ‘heart’ icon )
Time is of the essence as competition closes on 22nd July…
Thanks team I really appreciate it.

Review of Future Sound of Worship by Tyler Phillips


5th Annual Future Sound of Worship 

On Friday May 24, 2012, GODSDJS.COM, presented by Grace Christian Church, opened their fifth annual Christian electronic dance show the Future Sound of Worship (also known as FSOW 5), in Detroit’s suburbs of Sterling Heights, Michigan. Different from last year’s production, Nate Carlisle, CEO and Founder of GODSDJS.COM (and also known as DJ Rodimus), had the opportunity to utilize one of Grace Christian Church’s personalized venues, allowing for a more intimate feeling. Although GODSDJS.COM is known for working with some of Detroit’s best local promotion companies, Michigan has to offer, including a collection of state of the art lighting technology, this production is expected to not be any different. Intelligent-lighting, lasers, projectors, and holographic projection systems engulfed the ravers of FSOW5, adding an array of colorful themes and visuals throughout the six-hour event (GODSDJS.COM). Seven different styled DJs made an appearance, in which my two favorites of the night were DJ Sonar Zone and DJ Rodimus. I thought they portrayed a great sense of energy, musicality, and stage presence in their live performances.

DJ/ Producer Tim Thomson, Sonar Zone, was born and raised over seas in the town of Burntisland, in the region of Fife, in Scotland. As Sonar Zone’s musical taste for spinning consists mainly of trance and progressive music, it truly reflects the way electronic music had influenced him back when the “Scottish-European EDM Culture” grabbed his interests in 1994. His affiliations with Evolution Gold Records (90’s), PWM Records (2010), and Fuzion Four Records (2011) certainly accredits his craft to how fundamentally sound his live show was, coming in half way through the nights line up (Thomson). Sonar Zone’s technical musicality was displayed on a continuous basis during his hour set. Playing original and remixed tracks, the classic simple meter dance music pulsed through the neon-black-lighted atmosphere with multiple tempo changes. Many times throughout his set, you could hear homophonic textures transition into polyphonic textures as build-ups reached their peaks, which in turn ignited melodic and bass breakdowns (Hoffer). Another, interesting moment that I enjoyed was when Sonar Zone’s stage presence helped influence the crowd’s reactions to a few if the bass drops. As the tension grew in a couple of his verse transitions, the shift in energy changed on a dime when Sonar Zone’s body language changed from a a “groove swing” to a “dramatic head bob” at the appropriate time during one of his bigger bass-heavy synth drops. The crowd was feeling his vibe and followed suit with their body reactions, going harder with their body expressions as if the audience all of a sudden felt a spark of electricity surge through with intensity, giving them a boost of sporadic energy. This happened a couple of times throughout his set. I really enjoyed what Sonar Zone brought to the table that night and would love to see him perform when he comes back to the States.

DJ Rodimus, GODSDJS.COM’s CEO Nate Carlisle, is a raver brought up in Detroit’s 90’s techno scene. DJ Rodimus’ taste for heavy bass and melodic sounds of trance was revealed through his later slot in the one-hour set he performed (Carlisle). Being influenced by DJs such as Armin Van Buuren and Tiesto, his passion for a unique live performance was impressive to watch. His stage presence with his personal custom Holo Sim Holographic Projection System definitely added to the visual hype of his performance (GODSDJS.COM). A common theme throughout Rodimus’ set was the use of dynamic side chaining the pulse of the tracks, which displayed throughout his musical set. As traditional progressive-trance music tends to be the rise of chordal progression, sweeping through the air, while the build-up of the kick drum accompanies the musical thought, this was a signature method of execution that DJ Rodimus’ performed many times during his set. When done effectively, the end result of the build up cleans up the musical pallet of the audience, leaving the next musical idea a fresh canvas to paint another colorful musical landscape. As DJ Rodimus performed throughout his set, his musicality of emotional-feeling was expressed through his musical thoughts, revealing how his technical skills combined with his musical concepts accurately displayed his musicianship as a DJ.

As I look out for electronic shows to attend, I will always keep an eye out for when Future Sound of Worship will be coming back to the Detroit- Metropolitan Area. Hearing DJs do what they love, and for a great cause of bringing fellowship together, is something to value as a festival-goer or music coinsure. I personally am working my way into the EDM community as a music producer and DJ artist and I definitely support persons such as DJ Sonar Zone and DJ Rodimus for what they do in their line of work as a live DJ/Producer showcasing their talents. The overall energy that both of these DJs displayed in their one hour time frame to me was a joy to see. Feeling what vibes they wanted to express, through their emotion on stage, is always a fresh experience when you go to a rave. I also thought that the musicality that both of these DJs expressed was definitely above the average DJ performer. I saw a connection between their musical thoughts, which connected and made sense musically, which was easy to interpret and follow along as an audience member. Not only was it inexpensive to see the quality line up that was featured at FSOW 5 (10 dollar presale and 15 at the door), but the entry was open to all ages, making this festival family-friendly option. This intimate festival setting is something I am looking forward to seeing again.

New Management

Really excited to let you all know that as from yesterday ( 2nd July 2013) I was added to Set Ablaze Artist Agency based in Atlanta USA.

Joining Set Ablaze International is excellent news for me and will take Sonar Zone to the next level. They will be handling all international bookings for me, but for all UK booking please continue to contact me direct.

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