Wednesday 3rd May 2017 sees Drum & Bass fully take over Boiler Room, for the first time ever. Hear (watch) me playing some old skool Jungle/D&B selections, alongside pioneer heavyweights Fabio, Grooverider, Doc Scott, Randall, plus a very special guest whose name will be revealed in good time. If you’re in London and want to […]Continue reading →
It gives me great pleasure to present to you another in-depth interview with the legend himself, Calibre. I caught up with him earlier this month (April) at the launch party for his latest album, The Deep. We talked about a lot of different things; music, dreams, politics, travelling, the current state of the world… extremely […]Continue reading →
Today, 25th April 2017, was the 18th anniversary of Valerie Kemi Olusanya’s – aka DJ Kemistry – passing. To mark the occasion, Storm released a bunch of photos and recordings from the 10th anniversary tribute event which took place at Cargo, Shoreditch in 2009. It was a heavily emotional and uplifting night full of incredible […]Continue reading →
Darcus Howe 26.02.43–02.04.17.
We lost another hero. Pioneering Black Panther activist, lawyer, journalist, broadcaster, WARRIOR for the liberation of African and African-Caribbean people in the UK. If you’re not familiar with his work, please read up on him. A giant that won’t (can’t) be forgotten.
May he rest in eternal power and peace x
Welcome to episode 10 of The Next Chapter podcast. Included here is some glorious music by Calibre, Klute, Stray, Seba, Mark System, Overlook, Double O and more. Available via iTunes and https://djflight.co.uk. Enjoy, FxContinue reading →
Great interview here from Calibre, the absolute treasure. He’s so intriguing, I love hearing his thoughts. Really looking forward to catching up with him soonish for another ‘Next Chapter’ instalment. Also, if you’re in London on 6th April you can hear Calibre play at Something Special. No doubt will be something very special! See you there […]Continue reading →
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In a world that appears to be accelerating faster towards implosion, it’s important to keep sight of some positive things still happening around us. Here’s an article about the work we at Prison Radio Association do, for anyone interested: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/jan/28/national-prison-radio-brixton-styal-inside-tracks Thanks to Miranda Sawyer. “[Prison] relieves us of the responsibility of seriously engaging with […]Continue reading →