Jocks & Nerds

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Jocks & Nerds magazine brings its blend of culture and individual style to the radio with the assistance of Soho Radio.

Founded in 2011, Jocks & Nerds is a men’s lifestyle and cultural magazine renowned for its focus on true cultural pioneers and its in-depth researched articles.

The radio show is hosted by Marcus Agerman Ross, alongside co-hosts Stuart Patterson and Mark Webster. An invited guest joins the two hour show each month which consists of discussions on a range of topics revolving around music, the arts and fashion.

Music throughout the show is a careful curated selection of new releases lovingly researched by Stuart Patterson.

Marcus Agerman Ross is the founder and editor-in-chief of Jocks & Nerds. He began his career in the late 90s at i-D magazine where he worked as the fashion editor. Since then, he has worked at Vice magazine and also as a creative director, brand consultant, copywriter, photographer and DJ.

Stuart Patterson has been one of London’s foremost DJs and club promoters since the 1990s, running the legendary Soulsonic club nights, working on the Faith parties and, today, The Date. He also set up The Lodge in west London and Shoredtich’s East Village, now renamed Trapeze. Stuart has worked with some of the biggest DJs in the world including Carl Craig, Kerri Chandler, Danny Krivit and Joe Claussel to name a few. He is also a member of dub collective Rootikal who regularly work with David Rodigan.

Stuart is the co-founder of Love Vinyl, east London’s premier record shop, renowned for its in-store events which have seen the likes of Jimspter and Floating Points play.

Stuart is the musical director at Jocks & Nerds.

Mark Webster is a journalist, presenter and broadcaster with over 30 years experience, first working as assistant editor at Blues & Souls and as a contributor to GQ and The Face magazine in the 1980s. He has written numerous programmes for TV including My God, I’m My Dad but is most recognisable as a presenter having presented various sports programmes including hosting Channel 4’s NBA show.

Mark was Kiss FM’s first breakfast show host and his radio career includes stints at Jazz FM and XFM. Currently he presents shows for Talksport 2 and contributes to BBC 5 Live music show Virtual Jukebox.

Mark is also a contributing editor to Jocks & Nerds magazine.

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