Seattle’s 107.7 The End (KNDD-FM) has announced a new program in its specialty music lineup, the EDM-focused Saturday night segment dubbed Subtronic End.
The show makes its debut from 10 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Nov. 8, and will become a staple of the station’s weekend programming.
Subtronic End offers two hours of electronic dance music, from superstar DJs like Tiesto, Avicii, Hardwell and Calvin Harris, as well as newer artists that listeners can discover. These sets will be mixed in-studio by The End’s own Zach, who has been DJing in clubs from Seattle to Cairo, Egypt, and many places in between.
Garett Michaels, Program Director for 107.7 The End, says, “We’ve felt the impact of EDM in Seattle through sold-out concerts, music downloads and now the passion of our listeners for this exciting genre. As the station for Seattle’s New Music Discovery, we’re excited to present a brand new show that highlights the music and the EDM community.”
The decision to create the segment came from a recent End listener survey, which found strong interest in the EDM genre in the Seattle area. Launching a new weekly Saturday night show that specializes in the music “showcases The End’s commitment to serving to listeners’ preferences and tastes and continue offering innovative solutions for discovering new music,” the station says.
Visit The End’s website here.