Gareth Emery’s EDM radio show Electric for Life may be over, but it’s still worth a listen!All good things must come to an end. Sadly, that includes Gareth Emery‘s EDM radio show Electric for Life. On the bright side, once things are on the internet, they are on the internet for good. That means there is plenty of music to catch up on while you browse for some new favorites.
Electric for Life lasted an incredible 10 years. Gareth Emery started it way back in 2006 as a simple podcast. As time went on, it evolved to become one of the best weekly podcasts showcasing new music. It focused primarily on trance and progressive music but also had guest appearances from DJs and producers.
Emery announced the end of Electric for Life on Facebook. Here’s what he wrote:
This week’s Electric For Life will be the final weekly show.
After 10 years & 430 episodes, I need a new challenge, so I’m going to dedicate the time to my next big music project and a proper 8 episode TV show we recently green lit which may or may not feature a few CVNT5
When I started my podcast in 2006 it was one of the first dance podcasts. It was needed. Now, there are thousands of great shows–you’re in good hands.
Thanks for all the love, support, feedback and even criticism over the last ten years, and I look forward sharing my new projects with you all.
Much love, Gaz xxx
Fans were understandably upset, commenting in dismay at the news.
But fear not! Every single episode lives on at electricfor.life. In fact, we’ll go ahead and link you straight to the EDM radio show’s archive page, where you can listen to the previous episodes. They don’t quite go back to 2006, but there should be plenty there to keep you entertained.
–EDM In Stereo Staff