True House Stories Episode 054 was broadcast Wednesday August 4th with ‘a truly fabulous female DJ from the UK’. Guess who that guest is?
Wednesday August 4th you can catch me in session with house music royalty as I am being interviewed by Lenny Fontana for his online show True House Stories. Episode 54 will be on air from 7pm – 9pm (BST)
ANTON STEVENS – DIRECTOR OF HIDDEN CLUB (MANCHESTER) is next in my line of men you should know about. He’s a music loving Mancunian born and bred, a Leeds University graduate, a techno dj, an events organiser and promoter, a club director, a blindfold-level nappy changer and a grafter who eats hard work for breakfast. He is the Director of Hidden Club in Manchester aka Anton Fitz (DJ) with a 360 understanding of clubbing from artist to promotion, marketing and events and he gives a deep insight into where his natural affinity to the job comes from and the behind the scenes graft required to take him from being a 13 year old schoolboy handing flyers out for his birthday party to maturing into a keen business man who can keep one of Manchester’s finest underground clubs running like clockwork even during the pandemic.
Next stop on the HEAR HEAR journey around the world for International Women’s month (because a day is nowhere near enough time to show all the women who influence and inspire us some love) is Manchester. In Episode 4 I celebrate the Divine Feminine version 126.96.36.199 with a true Manchester legend, celebrity, singer, Manchester United fan, dog lover and my HEAR HEAR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S MONTH ICON – ROWETTA (MCR, UK). She’s a Proper Mancunian with a heart of gold and I’m honoured to have gained an audience with this absolute Queen.
In celebration of the Divine Feminine and for International Women’s Month version 188.8.131.52. I’ve crossed the Atlantic landing in NYC for a Zoom audience with all round powerhouse, artist, producer, remixer, dj, fearless activist and cat whisperer LAUREN FLAX. She’s a New Yorker from Detroit and she has a lot of tea to spill.
Welcome to Episode 2 of ‘HEAR HEAR’. Consciously uncoupled from my Reform Radio show, it’s my chance to share the wisdom and joy of some extraordinary people in a lockdown regulated session that is exclusive to my YouTube channel. I am blessed and schooled this month by the inspirational and unfuckwithable Jamz Supernova. She’s a BBC 1Xtra and Selector Radio powerhouse and the brains behind the Future Bounce parties and record label and she brings the fire in some beautiful ways.
Welcome to Voices by Black Bandcamp; a mixed media series of interviews with talented Black artists and music industry members, where we champion the voices of Black people within the global electronic music sphere. Part one of a two part interview.
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Here is the second part of my interview for @playitlouder1 . I talk about best / worst gigs, Achilles heel, lockdown, future plans and hopes and wishes. Follow @playitlouder1 for more DJ interviews like this. . . . . . . . #parttwo #djstory #interview #djpaulette #playitlouder #lockdown #bestgig #worstgigever #mywish #livestreams #block9 #unitedwestreamgm
A little while ago Play It Louder messaged me on my Instagram account and asked if I would do an isolation interview for their page. Here is part two of a two part post.
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I don’t really do video interviews at home because I feel weird talking to myself but I said yes to @playitlouder1 (asking nicely generally gets a positive result. I’m a sucker for good manners) Anyway - the questions were cute so here is Part 1. Part 2 to follow. Follow @playitlouder1 for more DJ interviews - last ones I’ve seen were @graemepark and @djtoddterry . . . . . . . #interview #video #djpaulette #igtv #part1 #playitlouder #djinterview #blackwomanpower #blackgirlmagic
A little while ago Play It Louder messaged me on my Instagram account and asked if I would do an interview for their page. Here is part one of a two part post.
On the 28th of April – a friend of mine (Facebook pseudo Candy Mac Crevure) messaged me to say that she had suggested me as a guest on Joachim Garraud’s daily show online. That same day I received an email from Joachim himself to set the date. Here is the result. Interview is 90% in (really rusty / bad) french – no subtitles, but you can still look at the pictures if you don’t understand 😀
I did an interview for NRTHLASS blog and it turned out like this. I am super proud of it because it covers past, present and future in a really beautiful way. Short read – ten minutes max. Enjoy.
A short while ago (which feels like a lifetime now) I met up with the wonderful Cherrelle Redley and her razor sharp team from FREEDA to be interviewed for their gorgeous website. They have created this wonderful interview clip which achieved 13,000 views in two days of posting. I am proud of that.
Here’s a deep but quick read courtesy of Elephant Magazine (art publication). Thank you Arwa Haider for the love and the words and thank you Elephant for the platform to raise my rebel voice.
After well received events in London, Liverpool, Bristol and Brighton this Summer, Urban Kingdom are holding one final pop-up event to celebrate the first edition of the groundbreaking book ‘Generation W’. Join us at a free entry daytime event in the birthplace of the Suffragette movement, Manchester. I’ll be closing the event with a short QnA.
Thanks to Stamp The Wax for inviting me to do a #vinylonly #mix and #interview for their wonderful site (in honour and much anticipation of) We Out Here Festival 2019. The mix is perfect for this beautiful weather too … it’s streaming now on Mixcloud so feel free to #like #share #repost #favourite and don’t forget to get your tickets for #WeOutHere festival.
The fifth episode of #CreativeConversations is now LIVE! Lucy Butler had a chat with the dazzling DJ Paulette about her recent event at The Lowry, her community work with Reform Radio & NCS – National Citizen Service The Challenge, and of course her career as a DJ.
This #BlackHistoryMonth, MCR:Live caught up with their favourite person DJ Paulette to chat through her own musical heroes and the ways in which Black music & culture has helped to shape Manchester.
Here’s me waxing lyrical about life, the world and my dj universe in the May issue of DJ Magazine. Words by Carl Loben, Picture by Annapurna Mellor Photography.
Here is a lovely Kamila Rymajdo interview that is online now at http://theskinny.co.uk – it’s about me, of course. And Manchester. And Pride.