Author: Nina Franklin

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  James Zaremba’s Mister Mellow show is more often than not, a broadcast that finds itself occupying a space somewhere between jazz, soul and ambient sounds. This month he teams up with Africa Oyé’s Dave MacTague to bring a Mellowtone Special to the airwaves. Keeping it mellow in name and mellow in nature, Dave and […]

Factotum; a literal translation of the Latin words facere (“to do”) and totum (“everything”). To do everything…? That’s a pretty tall order! However, this word provides an accurate description of the new record label and radio show, hoping to push a wide range of music projects and ideas. Headed by Liverpool DJ and producer Chris Shennan, the monthly […]

DJing in Liverpool and at festivals for over 7 years now, Impurity (formerly DJing under the alias Matty P) started off mixing the deeper side of dubstep around 9 years ago.   A few years later, he began to become more recognised for his tight drum&bass and jungle mixing at his Less Effect party and across the city. […]

With the launch of the Four Triangles label, Liverpool producer ASOK hosts a genre spanning show on the Melodic Distraction airwaves. Resident at one of Liverpool’s most creative club spaces, 24 Kitchen Street, ASOK’s abillity to offer unique and diverse music selections with each appearance is second to none as he tours the world playing renowned spaces such as Fabric […]

The Anti Social Jazz Club「ASJC」is an experimental music platform dedicated to jazz/improvised music and connected genres from around the world. Starting out as an audiophile’s journey into the world of jazz, ASJC aims to highlight up-and-coming and established jazz musicians who share a passion for jazz. While ASJC salutes legends such as Davis, Coltrane, Monk, […]

Across The Board will see Rich Furness’ eclectic tastes cover all spectrums of dance music including techno, grime, jungle, garage, UK bass, disco and even gabber, as well as genres probably yet to be named. Rich Furness is a long standing veteran of the Liverpool dance music scene, and is most well-known for his residencies […]

After the 25th year of Africa Oyé was a resounding success, the organisation celebrating the African diaspora join us on the radio for the next 12 months. With a mixture of live recordings from this year’s festival, interviews with artists and organisers, as well as plenty of guest mixes and live sessions along the way, the Africa Oyé […]

Tune in each month as Benny Maths and Priminho take to our airwaves, promoting their independent record label. Drawing talent from the cracks of our modern day society, Black Beacon Sound is a label that hopes to introduce the artists we love to the listeners they deserve. “Expect our show to be as eclectic as […]

Bolts stops by the studio once a month for his Songlines show, bringing an eclectic bag of sounds with a soulful undercurrent. Drawing from experience playing at various nights around the North West over the past decade, he’s developed a keen ear for captivating, enchanting music from a wide range of genres, with just as […]

Manteq, founded by Farhood and Tardast, is a UK based record label giving a voice to displaced musicians wanting to communicate with their home country. Working with Middle Eastern and African artists in hip-hop, grime, R&B and beyond, Manteq is telling the story of refugees looking to change their society from the outside, whilst trying […]


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