From September 16th, SHERELLE is set to host a new weekly show on BBC Radio 6. The London-born DJ, whose audacious 160 BPM mixes, tear-the-roof-off rowdiness and spitfire drum & bass breaks have paved her way to the forefront of today’s U.K. rave scene, will take the reins of the 11pm—1am slot. She will be joining the likes of Mary Anne Hobbs, Jamz Supernova, Gilles Peterson and Tom Ravenscroft.
In an Instagram post to her followers, SHERELLE described the show as “the best thing that could cap off [her] 20s” and an opportunity to “represent [her] scene.” Expect “electronic music of all kinds [and] eras,” driving beats and an energizing mix of new releases and old favourites alike.
SHERELLE’s previous BBC Radio 1 Residency in 2021 saw her blend seasoned scene veterans like Luke Vibert or 4Hero with emerging stars like Mantra, Yazzus and Kush Jones. Her dedication to propelling dance music towards new frontiers has also inspired her launch of two independent labels, Hooversound Recordings and BEAUTIFUL, which platform the freshest talents on the UK club scene.
A forcefield in her own right, SHERELLE’s legendary debut on Boiler Room London in 2019 rocketed her into the limelight. Her breakthrough was as hard-earned as it was explosive.
Ever unstoppable, her electrifying fusion of oldskool jungle, footwork and daredevil drum & bass has set dancefloors ablaze across the U.K. and Europe. The critical acclaim and accolades haven’t stopped pouring in for the BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix winner, who has also graced Glastonbury and Unsound, featured on the fabric presents series and packed out the Warehouse Project, XOYO and Amnesia, among others.
Fans can tune into SHERELLE’s show on BBC Radio 6 Music every Saturday. Full steam ahead and you’re sure to be cruising into the night.