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We returned to The Other Art Fair with our artist in residence and Soho Radio DJ Justin Robertson.

You can catch up with all the shows from the weekend below, including sets from Datarock, Gearbox Records and Andy Lewis.

The KPM Allstars

Saturday 6th October – The British Library

‘Library music’ is at the heart of some of our most-loved British sounds: the rousing introduction to Grandstand, the theme to Mastermind, the afternoon quirkiness of the Grange Hill opening credits. Made for TV and radio, library music offers glorious, perfect pieces of pop. Often brilliantly creative, and recorded in some of the world’s finest studios it has become increasingly popular slice of musical history.

Join some of library music label KPM’s star composers and their big band for a night of this incredible music at The British Library.

With Alan Hawkshaw, of The Mohawks fame, Keith Mansfield, a favourite provider of samples, Brian Bennett, the longest serving stick-man from The Shadows, John Cameron, award winning film composer and Alan Parker, guitarist who taught David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix a few tricks. Not to forget the star of the show, Hawkshaw’s battered Hammond which gave us the greatest organ groove ever written, The Mohawks The Champ.

Catch the sets live on air on the Culture channel, from 7:30pm Saturday 6th October.

More information can be found HERE.

Common Ground Festival

Join Soho Radio at Common Ground Festival – running every Saturday of September in Flat Iron Square, outside London’s Omeara venue.

Two stages of world class live music from an array of genres followed by DJ sets from the top names in the UK Festival scene. All this alongside a well established Flea Market, bars, food vendors, restaurants and street food trucks.

FREE ENTRY – No tickets needed. Just turn up.

Soho Radio will be broadcasting live on the Music channel, 2 – 6pm every Saturday in September.

More info available here > www.commongroundlondon.com

Morning Glory at Sea Change

Soho Radio will be live from the Drift record shop, as part of Sea Change Festival 2018 – a town festival of music, culture and high times in Totnes, Devon.

Thursday 23rd

10am – 12pm: Morning Glory with James Endeacott & Raf Rundell
6pm: Sea Change Festival Cricket Match Commentary with Roy Wilkinson and Will Burns

Friday 24th
10am – 12pm: Morning Glory with James Endeacott & Raf Rundell
12pm – 1pm: The Three Stooges – Ben Monaghan, Sid Newman and Nick Stamey from Rough Trade Shops
1pm – 2pm: Sofia Ilyas
2pm – 3pm: Emma Warren
3pm – 4pm: Heavenly Jukebox with Katherine Cantwell, Daisy Goodwin and Diva Harris.

Catch up with the previous Morning Glory shows here.

Sea Change Line Up

Music: Hookworms, Gwenno, Damo Suzuki x Bo Ningen, Immix Ensemble present: Kosmologie Ancienne by Jane Weaver & Sam Wiehl, Josh T. Pearson, James Holden & The Animal Spirits, Lost Horizons, Chris Carter, The Weather Station, Rival Consoles, Andrew Weatherall, Daniel Blumberg, Saint Leonard’s Horses, Ex-Easter Island Head, Snapped Ankles, Daniel Thorne, The Surfing Magazines, Lost Under Heaven, Hater, Hatis Noit, Raf Rundell, Virginia Wing, Dialect, Sweet Baboo, Red River Dialect, Charles Watson, Penelope Isles, James Heather, Boy Azooga, Apostille, Hilang Child, Bryde and Group Listening.

Talks: Shirley Collins, Billy Bragg, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Rob Young presents ‘All Gates open: The Story of Can’, Rough Trade Books presents… David Keenan, Sophy Hollington, Richard King, Babak Ganjei, James Endeacott’s Tall Short Stories, Emma Warren, Will Burns, Laura Snapes and more to be announced.

More info here > www.seachangefestival.co.uk

Kaleidoscope Festival

21st July: We will be broadcasting LIVE from Kaleidoscope Festival on Soho Radio.

Kaleidoscope Festival is a new music & arts festival in the grounds of Alexandra Palace.

Listen live for sets from The Two Bears, Mike Pickering, Norman Jay MBE, Emily Dust & Jay Carder.

Head to HERE to grab yourself tickets and join us at Alexandra Palace.

M.A.C Loves Pride

In celebration of Pride, Soho Radio has teamed up with M.A.C Cosmetics, The Flash Pack and our very own Kelly Ford (Book Of Mum) to bring MAC Loves Pride to the airwaves.

A series of looks have been created ahead of Pride, including Drag King and Drag Queen. You can check out the looks below, hosted on MAC’s Facebook page.

7th July – Carnaby Street

During the Pride parade celebrations on the 7th July, you can find us partying with The Flash Pack at M.A.C’s Carnaby Street store, 10am – 8pm. Come and join us for music, drinks, photo booths and make overs, or listen live on the Music channel.

10:00 – 12:00: Sink The Pink DJs
12:00 – 14:00: Grace & Sydney
14:00 – 16:00: Tasty Lopez
16:00 – 18:00: Leah Weller
18:00 – 20:00: Louie Banks

Champion – Pride 2018

The first Saturday of every month see’s Soho Radio broadcast live from the Champion store in Soho.

On Saturday 7th July we celebrate Pride in style, with 4 To The Floor DJs Kengo and Jay Carder, Sink The Pink, Cherrie Flava and Tasty Lopez DJing live in store. Head down to Soho to join the parade and come see us in store – alternatively you can catch the event live on the Culture channel.

Soho Radio Live – JägerHaus

On Monday 28th May, Soho Radio took over the JägerHaus at All Points Festival in Victoria Park.

We were joined by DJ Yoda + Africa Baby Bam & Joel Culpepper, Datarock, Raf Rundell, Graceland, Nadine Shah & the Royal Organ Duo.

Listen back to the best of show below.

All Points East Festival

Soho Radio will be live from All Points Festival in Victoria Park. On Monday 28th we are taking over the Jägerhaus, with the likes of DJ Yoda, Raf Rundell, Graceland, Soho Radio DJs + a very special guest.

Head down to Victoria park for Soho Radio Live – it’s FREE entry.

We’ll also be broadcasting direct from the Jägerhaus over the whole festival – listen via www.sohoradiolondon.com or download our app.

Independent Label Market

16th June 12 – 6pm: Broadcasting live from the Independent Label Market.

As a celebration of women in music, the Independent Label Market has curated an all female line-up. For one day only, female-led independent record labels take over Soho’s Berwick Street Market.

Soho Radio will be heading up the music selections for the day, broadcasting live.

12 – 2pm: Cherrie Flava
2 – 4pm: Xanthe Fuller
4 – 6pm: Sophie Callis