Andre Solaris 

Between March 2001 and December 2002, until the station's change of format, Andre has been the resident DJ and producer of his own mix-show 'Clubland Underground' on ENERGY 92.7&5 FM in Chicago. The weekly four hours have been solely dedicated to global progressive dance music featuring prog, tech, and tribal house, breaks, and techno. Between October 2002 and May of 2004 he hosted a 2 hour show called 'Fuel' every Saturday night on XM Satellite Radio / Channel 82 - The System, a U.S. nationwide radio network. As of May 2004, the show switches to Channel 80 'The Move' where Andre finds himself among a group of like-minded and very talented DJs that include Satoshi Tomiee, Hybrid, Danny Howells or D:Fuse. Moreover. the new channel is all about House and other forms of underground dance music. As of September of 2004 Andre entered into the other half of the U.S. Satellite Radio spectrum. Now covering both networks, Solaris' progressive sounds infiltrate the United States coast-to-coast. "Acclaimed Chicago DJ Andre Solaris leaves the ordinary behind with Departures. Mixing beats from tribal house to breaks and progressive house, this electronic dance mixshow takes off to points unknown every Saturday Night. It's all custom designed for SIRIUS Remix62 and departing from gate 62!". After a few-month run, the show had to end in order to stay with XM Radio.

In March of 2003 Andre Solaris re-entered Chicago's airwaves as he is recruited as the new Mixmaster of the 'B96 Street Mix'. Solaris has provided the show with a bit of a a change in programming and was in charge of his own segment called 'The Sound of the Global Underground'. After 7 weeks on the air, Andre Solaris was ranked #1 among the mix-show DJs on the station's web based polling system and shortly after that his talents have been locked on by another mix-show's host.

In May of 2003, Joey Swanson, the host of the city's most respected mix-show, 'Sonic Boom', has invited Andre to become a resident . The station, Q101 FM, plays Alternative Rock during the week. The show has been running for close to five years showcasing the city's top underground dj's with music styles ranging from House, Techno, and Drum 'n Bass to Prog, Tribal, and Breaks. The family of very talented and well known artists includes : Lego, Justin Long, Nosmo, Green Velvet, D:Fuse, Little Louie Vega, and DJ Rap. The shows airs every Saturday 10pm-4am CST with Andre's set at 12:30am on Saturdays. In August of '03 Andre begins his new radio residency in his native Poland. Radio ABC 98.4 FM - Szczecin will be hosting a weekly Saturday night show (8pm-9pm) called 'Future Sound of Chicago' with Andre's choice cuts in the mix. In May of 2005, Sonic Boom has been taken off the station as a whole. The only quality underground dance music show had given way to even more Alternative Rock programming. America's FM continues to degrade with its watered-down musical selections. In the fall of the same year, 98.4 FM in Szczecin-Poland had been sold to a commercial media giant and its airways became plugged up with bland Top 40 programming.

Andre records over two hundred one-hour mix sets annually for this and other syndicated shows. As a member of the prestigious Balance Promote Record Pool, with a membership of 40 top US jocks such as Danny Tenaglia and Sandra Collins, he introduces the best forthcoming tracks from around the world. He has been featured in number of publications, TV programs, and websites.