Hot Right Now

Hot Right Now is the Saturday night mix show, presented by James Bowers. Expect Commercial Dance, Chart, and Pop Remixes from James in hour 1 - followed by an hour of upfront Dance & House music in hour 2, from the Hot Right Now residents on rotation: Dave Audé, Stonebridge, and Paul Morrell.

Hot Right Now is recorded every payday weekend, and first airs on Saturday nights on James Bowers' 'Home Station' in the UK, This Is Electric (Online, DAB) - it's then aired on Chicago's Nexus Radio on Sunday nights, bringing the show's total reach up to over 1.5 million listeners, worldwide. Once it's aired, Hot Right Now can also be streamed via iTunes and Mixcloud. Keep an eye out on Facebook or Twitter - or subscribe, to make sure you never miss a beat!



Stonebridge won international renown in 1993 with his remix of the Robin S classic, Show Me Love. Since then, he's released hugely successful Dance staples Put Em HighTake Me Away, and Freak On, to name a few - whilst simultaneously churning out anthemic remixes for the likes of Alexandra BurkeSophie Ellis-Bextor, Mel CCherBritney Spears, Debbie Harry, Jennifer Hudson, Dannii Minogue, Lily Allen, Sia, Usher, and Ne-Yo, with his remix of Closer (2012) receiving a Grammy nomination.

Stonebridge brings an immense level of energy to his Residents' Mixes, the product of which is an hour of nothing but quality, hands-in-the-air House.


A veteran producer, Grammy winner and world-renowned DJ, Dave Audé is one of the most sought-after producers in the US. Having spent more than 30 years in the music industry, Dave has created an unprecedented 120 Billboard Dance #1s, and produced and remixed for the likes of Madonna, Beyoncé, Mark Ronson, Britney Spears, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, Erasure and Donna Summer.

Dave's career reached peak in 2016, when his remix of Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk (ft. Bruno Mars) won him a Grammy. In addition to Dave's impressive remix catalogue, he's started his own Label, Audacious Records, collaborated with Andy Bell (Erasure), co-wrote and co-produced Kill 'em With Kindness with Selena Gomez, and served as Music Director for the Pussycat Dolls Tour.



Having performed for the iconic Ministry of Sound, Gatecrasher, and Cream brands, to name a few, Paul Morrell has shot to success over the past decade - and since 2015, Paul has been the sound behind the Main Room of London's longest-running weekly club night, XXL London. When he's not performing to thousands of clubbers up & down the country and beyond, Paul Morrell can be found remixing the likes of All Saints, Sonique, Lisa Maffia, Angie Brown, Mutya Buena, Livin' Joy, Black Box, Degrees of Motion, Utah Saints, and Katherine Ellis - with his remix of Cheryl Lynn classic, 'Got To Be Real', securing plays on BBC Radio 1 and Radio 1 Extra, and support from Diplo & Friends.

Establishing his own Future House/EDM sound, Paul's work is frequently featured on UK radio radio, with legendary hosts Scott Mills, Pete Tong, Judge Jules, Dave Pearce (BBC Radio 1),  Wideboys (Kiss FM), and Andy Durrant (Capital FM), all offering their support. When it comes to Paul Morrell's Hot Right Now Residents' Mixes, expect upbeat, turbo-charged remixes of club classics, juxtaposed with Circuit EDM smashes.



Something of a music industry legend, Seamus Haji has held residencies at Ministry of Sound, Pacha (London & Ibiza), as well as touring for the likes of Defected, Hed Kandi & Ministry of Sound across the globe. When he's not performing for thousands of people, Seamus can be found remixing R&B royalty such as Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Brandy; indie/rock/pop such as The Ting TingsMoby, Just Jack, Mikaor straight-up dance such as Calvin Harris, Axwell, Roisin Murphy, and tonnes more. Still an in-demand remixer, he's recently worked with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Labrinth, Jamiroqaui and Izzy Bizu!

Having spawned the Electro-House sound, Seamus Haji's Residents' Mixes are crammed with the latest in chunky, funky, and Nu-Disco.