Kölsch announces new residency for BBC Radio 1
Rune Reilly Kölsch is certainly one of this industry’s more renowned and successful techno producers. Being a frontrunner as one of the most creative and dynamic artists out there, Kölsch just keeps on surprising people with his always astounding music. From his successful albums “1977” and “1983” to his recent remixes of songs from the likes of Chemical Brothers, Damian Lazarus, and The Ancient Moons, the Danish producer can’t seem to stop his delivery of high-quality tracks.
With these many accolades so far, Kölsch has evidently gained a great reputation within the electronic music scene over the years. As a result, he has also garnered a strong following, which has led to his career to flourish immensely. Having this much success in hand, Kölsch had recently announced that he has a new residency for BBC Radio 1. With the likes of Oliver Heldens and Steve Angello also in rotation, BBC Radio 1 will surely be on high demand once Kölsch gets the ball rolling and starts playing jaw-dropping sounds on the radio airwaves.
— Kölsch (@kolschofficial) June 21, 2016
Below, you can check out Kölsch’s Radio 1 Essential Mix from last year to get a glimpse of what he has in stored soon: