Pleasuredome syndication

The Pleasure Dome! It’s full of stars

The new Pleasure Dome radio show will relaunch in mid January 2018 and feature the best dance club classics from across the decades, today’s faves and tomorrow’s floor fillers.

Shows will include rare extended remixes, hard-to-find mashups, sequence mixes, thumping megamixes and old favourites with a twist!

And the best of house, EDM, techno, trance, jazz funk and soul.

The Pleasure Dome brings listeners together as one; to pulsate in an imaginary temple of sound and enjoy music that transcends time.

Pleasure Dome shows are available for syndication to licensed broadcasters running LPFM, Net and community radio stations.

Each show is just NZ $5 (about £2.50) via PayPal subscription (you can cancel at any time).

Subscription form coming soon…

The Pleasure Dome

DJ Steve Hart

Steve is based in Auckland, New Zealand, and first began working as a club DJ in the UK.

For almost 15 years Steve spun and mixed house, garage and soul music as a professional full-time club and radio DJ before taking time out in the mid 90s to pursue other passions.

Steve is a great ‘personality’ DJ, has been known to play along to the music with a range of percussion instruments (ask to see his maracas!) and he’s a mean beat-mixer. He specialises in house, trance, soul, jazz funk, and EDM.

Contact

Contact Steve Hart

Pleasuredome Music Store


About Steve

Steve started his ‘career’ in radio as a volunteer at Southend Hospital Radio in 1978 and was the station’s youngest member. He spent 10 years hosting specialist programmes such as Spectrum Motown, listener request shows and reading the news.

He was a Radio Top Shop DJ for 3 years, fronted the breakfast show at Basildon Radio, and he DJ’d at top venues across Essex, Kent and London; such as Dr Zhivago’s, The Zero 6, Electric Blue, Nero’s 2000, Sam Lords, London Hilton, and Woody’s.

He worked in the newsrooms at both Essex FM and BBC Essex, and he pre-recorded dance-music shows were broadcast by more than one (land-based) pirate station.

He hung up his headphones in about 1995, but dusted them off in 2013 to launch 80s dance music show The Pleasure Dome. The show was relaunched in 2018.