Stay tuned for details of the future local broadcast of the programme and catch up with Jamz Supernova’s panel moderation at the Radio Academy Festival on the impact of Covid-19 for music lovers.
About Selector Radio
#SelectorRadio broadcasts the best UK music and emerging talent to over 30 countries around the world, connecting a global community of music lovers from Spain to China every week.
The weekly two-hour show hosted by Jamz Supernova plays music from any band, any artist and any genre as long as it’s new and exciting. Jazz, grime, indie or electronica – or somewhere in between – Selector puts together a truly eclectic playlist with conversation from the artists and labels at the centre of the scene.
As one of the leading next-generation DJs in the UK, Jamz Supernova has passion for her craft in abundance. Inspired by the likes of Nina Las Vegas, Toddla T, Diplo and Annie Mac, as a live DJ Jamz weaves between UK bass, funky, grime, hip hop, Jersey club and global sounds.
With no big-name bias and no obligation to please record companies or radio pluggers, Selector decides which artists to play and interview based on a simple mission to represent the range of new UK music out there rather than how popular or commercial the artist is.
Follow Selector online or use the hashtag #SelectorRadio to join a conversation about what’s happening in music around the world. Tune in to hear – not just the best from the UK – but curated sounds from across the globe.
Listen to Jamz Supernova’s first Selector Radio show.
Let’s be Late! @the Museum
Jamz Supernova will be in Athens for a live DJ set at the Industrial Gas Museum.
Entitled Horror After Dark, the late-night museum event will introduce the new host of Selector Radio to the local audience and give them a taste of its new sound.
We are supporting the event as part of our Transforming Future Museums programme. It is the first in a series of events and meetings aimed at our Museum Professionals Network designed to explore the broad role of museums nowadays.
Friday 1 November 2019
|Where||Industrial Gas Museum
100 Pireos Street
118 54 Athens
The event is being organised in collaboration with the Industrial Gas Museum, Technopolis City of Athens and IEK Delta.