London's NTS Radio will celebrate its 10th anniversary with 10 guest curators next week.
Independent radio station NTS, who won the Outstanding Contribution Award at DJ Mag's Best Of British awards in 2019, have revealed that they will celebrate 10 years of broadcasting from the 19th April to the 23rd May.
The government and Arts Council England has updated its list of recipients of financial assistance from the Culture Recovery Fund, with venues such as Peckham's Rye Wax and CLF Art Cafe amongst those newly receiving funding.
CLF Art Cafe, which resides in Bussey Building, has received £300,000, while Rye Wax has been given £181,380. Other venues to receive funding include Somerset House (850,000), London's The Troubadour (£647, 172), Manchester's YES (£489,482) and Coventry's Kasbah (£180,838).
NTS Radio has temporarily shut its stations worldwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the midst of the global outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) the station, which won the Outstanding Contribution at last year’s DJ Mag Best Of British Awards, has made the decision to temporarily close its studios in London, Manchester, Los Angeles and Shanghai until further notice.
Arca has shared that new productions will be broadcast via online radio station, NTS, later today (19th).
Entitled ARCA PRESENTS @@@@@ – DIVA EXPERIMENTAL FM, the show will air on the radio station at 6PM, with Arca announcing the news in a Twitter post alongside XL Recordings.
The Venezuelan producer's last release was her self-titled album, also via XL Recordings, in 2017, and you can tune in to hear the new material here.
London’s Anu is an infectious kind of personality. Her un-dogmatic DJing and illustrations reflect the world around her in all its diverse glory. On her regular radio shows at both the BBC’s Asian Network and NTS, Anu can rope together stretches of progressive house and UK funky with a Wings track, or rub a vintage Bollywood singer like Asha Bhosle up against Gucci Mane. Nothing’s off limits. Her illustrations similarly comprise scribbled meditations on the people and moods that surround her on the street and the TV; a multimedia diary of Anu’s rich day-to-day.
Huddled in a circle on the dark, smoke-filled dancefloor at Corsica Studios, the four MCs that make up Bala Bala Boyz spit over syncopated bass-heavy rhythms, passing a single microphone between the collective's members. Captivating crowds with their energy, and an effortless ability to flow as a family unit, it’s on these South London dancefloors — as well as DIY festivals like Kallida and Boiler Room's four-day London takeover last year — that Bala Bala Boyz come alive.