Hello my friends!

It has been a pretty crazy few days which has meant that I haven’t been able to share the news on the blog until now – my last ever Little Miss Sunshiine show on Laid Back Radio is now up!

It’s been almost 4 years since J contacted me to do a guest show and I have never looked back. This journey has been incredible and I can’t thank people enough for their love, commitment, encouragement and support.

Almost a quarter of a MILLION people have listened to my shows over the years on Mixcloud alone, and it has been a great pleasure to share the music I love with so many of you out there.

I know some people have been wondering why I am leaving and I just want you to know that it wasn’t my decision as such, but more that LDBK wants to go in a different direction content wise.

I am extremely grateful for the amazing platform they have supplied me with and for the amazing experiences and times I have shared with the entire LDBK crew and extended family. It is a relationship I will cherish and be thankful for always.

Not sure what the future has to offer, but I am sure I will be back at some point if I can!

Much love <3

Hello my friends!

I hope you are enjoying the amazing heatwave here in London. I’ve been working like a maniac but still managed to catch a little bit of sun.

Just wanted to recommend a great feature on Jazzman Records and Gerald over at Bandcamp, written by the lovely Andrew Jervis.

Jazzman Feature on bandcamp

I hope you like it, it pretty much sums up why Im so proud of working for Jazzman Records. Oh and make sure you check out the Jazzman Bandcamp profile – mainly because Ive worked super hard on uploading content on there with my super slow internet connection!

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Hello my friends!

This is a rather unusual post, mainly because it features something very rare – a VIDEO featuring yours truly.

I was invited by the lovely guys from HBS Music Archaeology to be the first ever female guest in their shed somewhere in the very depths of West/North West London, and I obviously couldn’t turn it down!

I still haven’t watched it (because Im scared and silly, ok!?) but considering how incredibly nervous I was, I can vouch for the fact that Brad & Chris are one of the nicest and funniest people I have met (in a shed). I didn’t know them from before, we just had some common friends, so I went out to meet them with some records I picked and I just hoped we would get along and that I wouldn’t disappoint them with my selections.

Im sure you can tell that we had a fantastic time and I was so pleased that they liked the records I brought with me.

I know I laugh a lot in the video (blame the nerves, the crazy detox I was on at the time, and the fact that the shed is so small so it looks hilarious to have Brad & Chris squashed in on the other side, looking at you with big eyes and asking you questions).

The laughing and the nerves aside, it was fun to play records and to kind of “tell my story” – since most of the time Im so busy promoting other people, I never get the chance to talk about myself.

I bet you my parents will watch this and be like, “hold on – is that really how it went down?!?”, and my answer is that: Yes, more or less, maybe I got some of your records wrong dad but it was a long time ago haha.

All I really hope is that my passion and love for music and records comes through. I don’t have the biggest collection or the most expensive one, but I would like to think that I have a good ear for music, and all I really want is to share that music with people.

So if you have some time, please watch the video, share it with your friends and family, and let us know what you think.