Welcome to HHUK Radio the UK gay radio station playing Hard
House, on-air 24 hours day since 1999. Number One on the Internet
for Hard House across the UK and Europe.
We recommend using WINAMP
a free music and radio player which also shows mix title and
DJ contact information. Check-out the latest DJ mixes, future
music and live shows with exclusive tracks from our DJs and
Producers. No Commercial CDs, No Adverts, No crap mixing. Just
24/7 top quality Hard Dance music in the mix.
Radio is always interested in hearing from new Hard House, Hard
Trance and NRG DJs and also Producers with showcases of their
If you DJ or write Hard House, Hard Trance and/or NRG style
music please READ
THIS FIRST then contact
us with details and a download link to your mix.
HHUK offers maximum exposure for your mixing and musical talents.
It's free to get on-air so get in touch now!
Radio is the only radio station playing Hard Dance music and
mixes 24 hours a day.Tune
in to our live programmes every Thursday, Friday and Saturday
night from 7pm UK.
Check out the latest new Hard House, Hard Trance and NRG tracks
in-the-mix from the best DJ talent in the universe! Join Adam
Moore for the latest club and events news and contribute live
If you miss our latest live mix programme you can download it
via our PODCAST
link or via the direct download link HERE.
are updated 24 hours after most live shows.
DJ mixes are NOT available to buy or to download
so please do not ask.
first started broadcasting in 1999. Our aim was to bring the Hard
House sound of the UK to a wider audience of gay clubbers and
DJs across the globe.
You don't have to be gay to listen to HHUK;) however we ask that
you respect the roots of the music and the gay producers and DJs
who first brought the sound of Hard House to the U.K. There are
reasons for the music being such an integral part of the gay scene
in the early days.
Hard House first started out being played on the London gay scene
until the mid 1990s when it found a wider audience at new mixed
events. Clubs like Trade,
FF, Garage (Heaven) and Sherbet were at the forefront of bringing
this unique style of music to a wider audience.