Hello, Today I’m representing my EQ50 fam and hosting a discussion about being/ making it as a Black woman in electronic music, for the opening day of BBC Music’s Introducing Live weekender. It’s a pretty huge lineup across the 3 days featuring panels, Q&As, advice and networking sessions for young people wanting to get involved […]Continue reading →
Hello, Hope you’re all well and happy. A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of being part of artist Theaster Gates’ Black Image Corporation exhibition opening in London, which also saw the launch of The Vinyl Factory Radio. It was a really interesting experience full of panels, short film screenings, and live performances; […]Continue reading →
Sheffield crew, this one you. before tonight’s rave up you can hear me take part in a talk on Bass Culture with Winston Hazel (Forgemasters), hosted by Joe Muggs. it’s free! info here
I recently recorded a new interview and mix for DJ Mag’s ‘On Cue’ feature, which follows on from their podcast series. Appreciated being asked some different questions to the usual, including about my work with the PRA as a radio producer. Shouts to Ben Hindle! Links below. Hope you enjoy reading and listening, Fx “On Cue is […]Continue reading →
Hey folks, All of the sets from the last ever Kemistry Remembered party have now been released! Direct links to mine: Soundcloud / Mixcloud (starts around halfway through); you can find the rest here and here. Photos Do take time to listen back to all of the sets, in order – it truly was an incredible night, full of smiles, love, and […]Continue reading →
There’s still a little time to sign up for our second event, taking place this evening at the world-renowned fabric nightclub! I’m hosting a panel on being a Black or Brown woman in D&B/ Jungle, featuring amazing women MC Chickaboo, Robyn Chaos, and SHERELLE. Nikki Hospital Records is speaking about using social media for music.
also, if you missed it, Mantra, Chickaboo and I were on Rinse FM this week warming up for the event. check the archive here. it was so much fun, I love working with these broads <3
“Join us for a night of music and help raise funds to support people threatened with deportation!
End Deportation’s Casework Team support people at risk of being deported by charter flight by connecting people with legal information, helping to gather evidence for their cases and supporting them in securing legal representation.
please visit http://enddeportations.com/casework/ for more information on the casework group, what they do, and who they can support.”
This is a very worthwhile cause that’s close to my heart – please pass through on the night or make a donation if you can.
An event curated by my sister, Abi, to celebrate International Womxn’s Day with a group of inspiring, badass, extremely talented designers.
(taken from fb event page)
“We’ll kick off the evening chatting to a group of hand-picked designers about their journey, followed by an informal Q&A, finishing off with some mixing and mingling (bring your business cards!), and music.
Carolyn Hill – Founder of ChillCreate; Specialises in Branding, Art Direction and Graphic Design. Previous clients including Rhythm Kitchen, Fuel Theatre and the Mary Seacole Trust.
Gabrielle Smith – Founder of the:nublack; Gabrielle Smith is a British-Grenadian designer, creative producer and digital culturist. She currently serves as a Designer for CNN International’s Special Projects team.
Justina Bailey (aka Just) – Justina currently freelances as a multi-disciplined designer, photographer and art director, with clients have including Nike, Microsoft, Virgin Atlantic, ASOS, Speedo, Huawei.
Naomi Ray – Naomi is London based, Graphic Designer, Art Director and Arsenal Fanatic with client portfolio spanning Media, Fashion, Music & Lifestyle and advertising; including ASOS, HYPEBEAST, W+K London, Vice and Jimmy Choo.
This event is organised and curated by Abi Wright – creator of #lifeofadesigner – Creative director, graphic designer and independent curator”.
Catch me playing tunes alongside NTS’ Zezi Ifore after the panel…