Jamz Supernova launches podcast 'DIY Handbook' and announces Future Bounce compilation
The podcast kicks off on Monday 24 May
Jamz Supernova is launching her new podcast ‘DIY Handbook’ on May 24. It will explore how to overcome career challenges, and the do’s and don’ts of working in the modern world of work.
Spanning eight weeks, Jamz covers a huge range of topics, including how to say no with Toddla T, the art of persistence with Olympic athlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson, building a team with fitness entrepreneur Ciara Madden, why diversity matters with presenter June Sarpong, and how to manage unexpected life events with presenter, broadcaster and cancer survivor Lauren Mahon.
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Jamz Supernova says of the podcast series, “Through a collection of conversations and real-life anecdotes with a range of brilliant business and creative minds, I take the lessons I’ve learned and dissect that experience with people I admire. In a world that praises perfection and overnight success, we’ll aim to be painfully honest, personal and practical!”
Alongside news of her new podcast, in her role as Future Bounce label boss Jamz has also announced a new compilation. ‘Future Bounce Club Series Volume 1’ will be released on vinyl on May 31.
The compilation release will also be celebrated with a Future Bounce day and night party on July 17 at Night Tales in London.
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Featured on the compilation are original tracks from Hagan, KG, Sam Interface, Uniiqu3, Rose Bonica, Drumheller and more.
Jamz will be hosting the Future Bounce all-dayer, alongside sets from Bamz, Sam Interface, Toya Delazy, Hagan, WheelUP, Giulia Tess, LR Groove, Sola, Timma T and more.
Preorder the ‘Future Bounce Club Series Volume 1’ vinyl here, and see here for more information about the Future Bounce club night.
Jemima Skala is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor. Follow her on TwitterRead this next: Not ‘just about the music’: how an artist’s appearance disrupts our understanding of their art