A couple of years ago I wrote on this blog about how much I would love to present my own radio show. It's something that has been in the back of my mind for years and years but my lack of personal confidence always stopped me from pursuing it seriously.
Amazingly, off the back of that post I was invited to appear as a guest host for the TRAP93 show on Reprezent FM which was a fantastic experience at a well-run community based station that is doing great things, and seeing how supportive their environment is for it's members and the artists it features and promotes really watered my interest in the world of radio.
Fast forwarding to 2018 (how has time gone so quickly?) I am now presenting the UK Bass Music show with my co-host, Lara on Subtle FM. It's a monthly show, and although we've only presented two shows from the studio so far, I'm becoming more comfortable and (hopefully) more entertaining for the listeners. The most important thing is that the music we play …
Lara and I headed down to the Subtle FM Studios to present the UK Bass Music show where we spend two hours playing and introducing some absolutely fantastic music we've been sent from musicians you may have heard of and some you may not, all is guaranteed to be amazing.
This show we kept it pretty chilled, some nice melodic vibes selecting from genres such as Dubstep, Drum & Bass and Reggae.
If you fancy a listen (and a watch), hit play below, and thanks so much for the support :) x
You'll be able to see our lovely faces live as Lara and I are guesting on Subtle FM on Saturday 7th April, 4-6pm.
We'll be bringing a bag of tunes that have been sent to us over the past couple of months from new and known producers; tracks which span the UK Bass Music spectrum so expect Dubstep, House, Grime, Drum & Bass, Reggae and more.
If you're about, join us tomorrow afternoon streaming video live through Facebook x https://www.facebook.com/subtlefm/
Hopefully see you there lovelies x
Are you the type of person who, when you discover a sick track, video, album etc. that you just want to share that beauty with anyone who would remotely appreciate it's worth?
Or are you a budding journalist with a keen interest in electronic music be that dubstep, house, techno, drum & bass and anything in between and would like to build up your online profile as a respected writer?
Whether you're either, or both, I run a music blog ukbassmusic.com and am looking for you to come and join our team.
You don't need to be a whizz at computers or web stuff, you just need to have a passion for spreading the good word of amazing music out there and sharing it with our readers.
You'll receive your own profile which you will link to your social networks to start building your own following and most importantly you'll be a part of a team sharing our ethos of promoting bass culture.