On May Day 2014 a brand new, online, digital arts platform launches in Manchester to showcase the best that young creatives in the city have to offer. Reform Radio CIC is a shared, digital arts platform, born and bred by young, creative Manchester working predominantly with 18-30 year olds who are not in employment, education or training.
Through creative collaboration, Reform Radio respects each individual’s skills and qualities and responds purposefully to generate a wide range of meaningful and diverse opportunities.
Reform Radio blends live content with on-demand streams, produced in free digital arts sessions, creating a dynamic, digital delivery experience.
The website (www.reformradio.co.uk) will be live from 9am, chocka with all the great content produced so far. Then live from 7pm a very special show will be broadcast, with Reform’s first schedule of artists introducing themselves and their forthcoming residencies.
Reform is extremely proud to bring a return to radio for bass and all round music legend, Jenna G.From Manchester With Love will bring the best tunes, old and new, from Jenna’s hometown and beyond. Expect massive exclusives and some of the most seamless and passionate radio you’re ever likely to hear—Tuesdays from 7pm on reformradio.co.uk
Wednesdays from 7pm Reform brings new kid on the block, The BPM Show. At the forefront of the future bass, post garage and grime scene, Big People Music founders, lead by T.Dot with Dat So Random, will be bringing some of the nastiest beats and same crazy party vibes felt at their events to your mid week eardrums.
Mondays is Mica’s Manchester Music Show, with lead singer of hotly tipped band Red Sky Noisetaking you on a cross genre journey through the best that Manchester has to offer. This extends beyond the music as well, true to Reform’s overall ethos she’ll be speaking weekly to the young people making a difference in their local community.