Last week, on Friday 27th November, DJ Mag took over South London radio station, foundation.fm, for five hours.
Hosted by our own digital tech editor Declan McGlynn, the first hour of the takeover highlighted our staff’s favourite tracks of 2020, with music from Angel D'Lite, Duval Timothy, India Jordan, Hudson Mohawke, Loods, and more.
For the remaining four hours, we invited some of our favourite up-and-coming artists from across the electronic music spectrum to join us, with London junglist Sheba Q, Belfast's Jordan Nocturne, Sherry S, the new face of the Bristol bass scene, and Rinse regular, Nammy Wams, stepping up for hour-long mixes.
Launched in November 2018 by Becky Richardson, Ami Bennett and Frankie Wells, Peckham-based foundation.fm puts inclusivity at the top of the agenda — showcasing essential new music and underground talent, with a particular focus on supporting women and LGBTQI+ creatives.
DJ Mag’s takeover is part of a series taking place every Friday from 2pm to 7pm on foundation.fm, which has so far included the likes of Mexican collective NAAFI, Berlin station Hör, Black Bandcamp and Keep Hush.
You can listen back to the shows via the foundation.fm website here.
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