To mark the World Cup, London's internet station hosts a knock out DJ competition featuring 16 countries
Dalston's NTS radio is hosting an International DJ Tournament. Inviting 16 different DJs from around the globe, each artist will get in the mix for 30 minutes, playing music that represents their country. Listeners will vote on their favourite set in a knock style competition, with the winning four finalists set to DJ an extended hour-long mix on 9 July. Voters will be entered into a prize draw to win a Sonos Beam or limited edition T-shirt.
DJs are: Courtesy (Denmark), Olivia (Poland), JASSS (Spain), Soichi Terada (Japan), Gilles Peterson (England), Kedr Livanskiy (Russia), Lyzza (Brazil), Kasra V (Iran), Lefto (Belgium), Kutmah (Egypt), Crackstevens (Nigeria), Fatima (Sweden), Onra (France), Andras (Australia), and Gerd Janson (Germany). Slots run between 11am-3pm and 5pm-11pm on 29 June. Stream via NTS Live.
This article was updated on 29 June. Kasra V has replaced Mideast Tunes.