“I play everything I can get my hands on!” proclaimed Chuckie during his first BBC Radio 1 show. The founder of the Dirty Dutch sound—and Marquee Nightclub resident—launched his monthly spot on the “In New DJs We Trust” program January 27, complete with a continuous banging party mix of what he describes as “New, hot, funky music.” Kicking off his inaugural broadcast with “Stars on 45 (Olav Basoski Remix),” Chuckie transitioned into some of his favorite current floor-fillers, including Sidney Sampson's sick remix of “Hello” by Martin Solveig featuring Dragonette. And unlike other radio shows or podcasts where you’re sometimes left Googling to find the exact remix—or holding your phone up to speakers in a futile effort to Shazam—Chuckie and Radio 1 give you the complete track list. Sweet. Chuckie’s conversational tone makes you feel as if you’re hanging out one-on-one and getting a musical education from the DJ/producer. Even the drops are in sync with the flow of the energy for the most part during the show. And Chuckie’s artist of the month Gregori Klosman? Awesome recommendation and you should definitely check out more from the Parisian-born producer. Of course Chuckie throws in some of his current remixes, including his “Marquee Remix” of Diddy Dirty Money “I Hate That You Love Me”—named in honor of his Vegas club residency. If you’re not in the UK, you can check out the show online. But you better do so quickly as there’s only a few more days to stream the first episode at bbc.co.uk/radio1. “In New DJs We Trust” features a roster of five DJs on rotation doing one show a month each, including Skream + Benga, Jaymo & Andy George and Chuckie on the fourth Thursday of each month. If you’re in Vegas though you don’t have to wait too long for another dose of Chuckie: He’ll be back at Marquee on February 11 for the next installment of “Dirty Dutch Red Light District.”