Give our size? podcast: Women in the music industry a watch here

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Our International Women’s Day 2021 celebrations continue; we have invited a group of talented female DJs and radio presenters to take part in a very special size? podcast.

Tune in below and have a scroll down this page to read a bit about each guest!

DJ Flight

A pioneer of Drum & Bass, DJ Flight is a world-renowned radio presenter and DJ, known for her commitments to developing dance music.

One of DJ Flight’s defining moments was when she became the first woman to host a national weekly Drum & Bass show called ‘The Next Chapter’ on BBC 1XTRA. What’s more, she has been responsible for launching the career of Martyn through her own label, Play:Musik, while she has had residencies at Metalheadz and Swerve.

Adding to her rich CV, she is one of the co-founders of EQ50; this initiative was first launched in 2018 to promote gender equality in Drum & Bass, by improving diversity through workshops and mentoring.

Also, she is a producer for Prison Radio Association, a station for prisoners which sets out to reduce reoffending. Additionally, she helped produce the Windrush Stories podcast, a critically acclaimed 2020 project which explores Caribbean lives in Britain.

DJ Taylah Elaine

For our size? podcast: Women in the music industry, we were lucky to host DJ Taylah Elaine as one of our guests.

The London-born DJ has been a regular guest on NTS, Kiss FM, BBC 1Xtra and more, while she is the official DJ for up and coming star Pa Salieu. DJ Taylah Elaine is renowned for her eclectic hip hop sounds, which helped her make a statement within the London clubbing scene back in 2017.

She also offers her DJ services to a collection of globally renowned brands such as Asos, Beats by Dre, Highsnobiety, JD Sports, Hypebeast and more!

Sarah Story

Introducing our third guest; Sarah Story is known for her standout house and disco beats which have landed her slots at Hideout, Lovebox, and SW4.

Sarah is no stranger to International Women’s Month events too, last year, she supported Honey Dijon at Shoreditch House. She is also a seasoned podcaster, hosting her BACKSTORY show with several distinguished guests from the music industry.

What’s more, Sarah’s reputation helped her land a job as the voice of the Smirnoff Equalising Music documentary, and host the PioneerDJ x London Sound Academy’s Level Up series last summer. If that isn’t enough to elevate her reputation, she covered Annie Mac’s slot on BBC R1 on New Year’s Day this year – a truly defining moment for any DJ.

Check out the size? blog for more International Women’s Day 2021 content.

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