DJ and illustrator anu has announced plans to publish her own comic and art zine, 'I'm not busy, but I'm not free'.
According to her Instagram post, the publication will feature "a selection of weird and fun work, with running themes of music, club culture and general silliness".
NTS is refreshing its morning radio schedule.
The online radio station's morning programming will now be split across three shows on each weekday, airing between 7am and 1pm GMT, with NTS regulars such as Anu, Shy One, Zakia, Flo Dill, Ruf Dug, John Gomez and Maria Somerville all joining to host various shows at different points of the morning on a rotational basis.
Following a well-received breakfast cover show in October, Scratcha DVA is also joining the station for a weekly morning show every Friday, airing between 11am and 1pm GMT.
Charlie Bones has announced his departure from NTS Radio.
The DJ and presenter, who hosted the popular The Do!! You!!! Breakfast Show on weekdays revealed the news on air this morning (20th August). Bones said that he would be “going solo”, citing various personal circumstances and a need to "draw a line in the sand" with the station as the reason for his departure.
NTS has shared a new mini-film dedicated to the high-speed Tanzanian dance music genre singeli.
The four-minute film, titled 'Singeli Sound: High Speed', offers a brief insight into the singeli scene, and was mainly filmed in the Tanzanian capital Dar Es Salaam, where key labels Sisso Records and Pamoja Records are based.
NTS Radio is looking for new residents and genre specialists to join its roster.
The online network, which broadcasts from global locations and maintains bases in London and Manchester among other cities, has issued an open call. The statement invites interest from new 'radio personalities' and experts in styles such as alte, asakaa, jazz fusion, 2-step soul, 20s-70s blues, outsider country, highlife, min'yo, sanjo, nanyin, metal, classical, gnawa, amapiano, lovers rock, dub and reggae.
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.
NTS Radio has announced a Do!! You!!! New Years Eve special with weekday breakfast host and close friend to many working from home this year, Charlie Bones.
Replacing his usual 9AM - 12PM daily morning action with a more nocturnal timeslot, the broadcast will take place between 10PM Thursday 31st December and 12.30AM Friday 1st January 2021.
NTS has opened applications for its 2020 artist development programme, Work In Progress.
The online radio giant, which currently operates out of London and Manchester, has secured funding from a number of partners including Arts Council England and Carhartt WIP, to run the project. The aim is to help six artists of different backgrounds and musical styles take the next step in their careers.