Liquid Todd

Producer - SiriusXM Radio


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Liquid Todd

Liquid Toddis an award-winning DJ, programmer and producer at SiriusXM Radioknown for his highly-rated radio shows and dynamic live performances. He has created critically acclaimed shows – and even whole channels – at SiriusXM and has f at some of the biggest FM radio stations in North America.

Liquid Todd hosts weeknights on BPM(6-11pm EST) and programs an hour of brand-new dance music on the influential #betaBPMshow (Tuesdays, 10pm EST) – which was nominated

for Radio Show of the Yearin the 2017 Electronic Music Awards.

His recent collaborations with NYC duo Disco Killerzhave yielded Satisfaction, Stellarand In The Music. The Morgan Pageremix of Stellarwent to #1 on BPM, has over 3 million Spotifyplays to date and - after being picked up by Armada- went on to become the label’s biggest radio hit of 2016. Changes, their new song with singer Sophie Simmons is out now on Crowd Records.

Todd was the first DJ to play what is now called “EDM” (electronic dance music) on commercial radio – first in Boston with his Spin Cycleshow on WFNX– then in the nation’s #1 market: New York City where his hugely influential Solid Stateshow aired live on 92.3 K-Rock every Saturday night for eight years – creating millions of new EDM fans and more than a few DJs and producers. Solid Statealso aired on WBCNBoston and WHFSWashington DC – then became Altered Stateon 103.5​ ​WKTUNew York.

After joining Sirius Satellite Radioin 2004, Todd’s ideas resulted in the creation of three newdancechannels:Area(progressive/trance),Chill(downtempo)andBoombox (breaks, remixes). Todd also created, programmed and hosted Boombox Radio, a critically-acclaimed, long-running alt-remix and electro-rock show on Alt Nation.

“Gleefully subversive”​

Liquid Todd has performed at clubs and festivals all over the world – often supporting Paul Oakenfold. Highlights include Electric Daisy Carnival, Something Wicked, Holy Ship, the 2014 Superbowl, Dada Land, Woodstock '99, Groove Cruise, Central Park Summerstage, the Sun City Music Festival, the Aca World Sound Fest, three Lollapaloozasand two Coachellas.


Winter Music Conference is my ground zero. It has always provided the perfect storm of opportunity and excitement for up and coming artists, including myself back in 2003, where I first caught a glimpse of how it felt to have an audience respond to my work. Over the years, I’ve always made it a point to have WMC in my calendar because that’s the spot where everyone congregates and you can feel it in the air. Creativity, brother and sisterhood, FUN and most of all the chance to come together as a community and celebrate the reason we are all here—the music.”



Winter Music Conference was the cream of the crop of conferences. Every label owner, label A&R, DJ and artist knew they had to go network at the Fontainebleau where the conference was hosted. The conference was not only one of the most important time of the year as it relates to dance music but it was also a place where records were broken and became summer hits. Some of my best DJ memories are from the events I played during WMC in the last 20 years.

Erick Morillo

DJ / Producer / Label Boss - Subliminal Records

Miami has always been a place I’ve considered home and WMC was essential for me and the label in many ways. From showcasing our new music to keeping up with all the new artists and releases. It was the official kickoff of the year and I’m happy to see it thriving again.

Louie Vega

DJ/Vega Records

Before there was Ultra Music Festival, there was The Winter Music Conference, the annual coming together of the dance music tribes. Miami in March is a fundamental place to be from a business perspective, and has always given me endless opportunities for discovering new partnerships and talent. WMC brings together the dance music industry and surrounding culture like no other event in America. I’ve been attending WMC for nearly 20 years, and I’m very much looking forward to experiencing its evolution in 2019.

Matt Colon

Director, North America - YM&U Music

Having only missed the very first year of WMC in 1985, it was 1986-1990 that initially placed me on the map globally due to the international attendance of the entire dance music community. All throughout the 90s I was often getting written about by various high profile mags and websites for having contributed to help break many artists, DJs, producers and remixers. WMC enabled me to bring many top industry people together all under one roof, especially at Groove Jet, where house music officially met Techno in my sets and it’s all been uphill since…TBC

Danny Tenaglia

DJ, Producer