A brand new TV Show are now casting for people to take part. In particular they’re looking for young, outgoing and talkative students and those aged 18-35.
The show is a brand new reality series which will offer young people across London a free taxi service. A cross between Carpool Karaoke and Gogglebox, they will have a special fleet of shuttles which will be rigged with cameras that will record the funny, random, outrageous and endearing conversations between the drivers and passengers.
At the Skills For Growth Workshop we worked with adults who have mild to moderate learning difficulties. We did an amazing workshop with over 20 adults and even took 3 of them on as volunteers to work full time in our studio and help out in the office. Well done guys.
DJ & MC Academy have teamed up with BBC and The FA Cup to run a full day at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to teach over 100 young people how to DJ and Radio Present. Alongside our team of tutors we had some amazing special guest Tough Love, Melody Kane and DJ Target. They gave a wealth of advice and even taught the young people some of their amazing skills.
After 6 weeks on Cowper estate and a program at the Allan Pullinger the Bass Station is returning to the cowper estate for a 5 week program. This will take place every Wednesday from 3-5pm so if you live in the Southgate area and want to get involved in a showcase, add skills, learn how to use all the current DJ software and hardware including Serato. Come and join in with the fun. Any ages apply and if you have got no or some experience we would love you to get involved and join in.
You can see the tutors and the van on The Field at The Cowper estate next to the basket ball pitches!
10 Week Courses have started with The British DJ Academy and Hotspurs young people will not only create their own Lyrics, tracks, put together their very own radio presenting shows and learn to write songs and lyrics but will be performing at a live day match in front of Tottenham supporters on The Bass Station for the duration on the match. If you want to get involved workshops are running Tuesdays and Fridays from 6-8pm.
Workshops are taking place at Rushcroft Secondary School on Fridays and White Hart Lane community sports centre. If you are between 11-19 and want to perform at this amazing event and gain a qualification you attend the workshops free of charge.
Come and get involved in our outreach programs at Highlands Village N21 we will be offering a broad range of skills from Radio Presenting, using Sorato, DJ’ing, Hosting and MC’ing or rapping the Academy will be offering these services to any one who lives within the area you will have the opportunity to get involved every week and work toward a qualification and a showcase event.
So thats Tuesday 3-5pm around the High lands village in the infamous Bass Station
British DJ&MC Academy & the Midi-Music Companyhave joined forces to create My Mic Soundz Nice project with young people from the Cossall Estate, Peckham!
Over ten weeks the British DJ&MC Academy team have been delivering DJ & MC workshops. Chris Intaface & DJ Ripz built a great rapport with the young people working on DJ & Radio Presenting skills and MC ShayD & MC Offkey perfecting lyrical and performance skills. All young participants are enthusiastically working towards a final performance on the 24th March 2011 – where 2 young artists will be selected as winners for prizes and exclusive membership at MMC!
If you would like to come along and support these great young artists on their journey – please come along or call the academy office for more details!
The British DJ & MC Academy are now offering FUN, MUSIC-FILLED, TEAM BUILDING DAYS for organisations!
In this current climate morale and motivation can be low, so we, at the British DJ & MC Academy have decided to give back to those who need lifting to new horizons. In doing so, we are giving organisations the amazing and exclusive opportunity to win a free workshop by entering our prize draw.
Our fun-days does what its says on the tin! You will be learning the fundamentals to commercial radio presenting, whilst learning more about your work colleagues and managers! These fun-days build confidence at work, create a more relaxed working environment, reduces stress and office politics, but most of all provides a creative expressive outlet for everyone!
There are five workshops up for grabs – all you need to do is reply to our BLOG (via comments) with your organisation name, email address and an express of interest outlining how your organisation can benefit from a free, team building-fun day.
The British DJ & MC Academy are seeking volunteers who would like to get actively involved in our Academy and to make a difference! If you have 2 to 10 hours available per week, the door is open for you!
Volunteers are welcome to join our office team and get hands on behind the scenes. For those who are seeking a more creative role have the opportunity to contribute to the Academie’s various music workshops! Alternatively, if its not suitable for you to travel to our office or workshop locations, you can flyer for us at your local schools, colleges and still earn recognition.
At the DJ & MC Academy we understand the importance of volunteering and how useful it can be in gaining valuable hands on work experience in the creative sector as well as the prospects of job opportunities.
We are here to give you work experience in changing lives!
If you are interested please contact our office on 0208 691 7227!
The DJ & MC Academy are running a 5 week Music Programme, starting the 24th Jan until the 21st Feb 2011.
The productive and dynamic course will consist of radio presenting, DJ skills, mic techniques, tune selection, beat matching and so much more. Recommended for beginners, although all levels of proficiency in music are welcome.
Come down and join the DJ & MC Academy Music Programme every Monday Evening 6:00 – 7:30 pm at the Underhill Junior School, Mays Lane, EN5
Available to all young people up to the age of 25.
If you would like to participate contact the DJ & MC Academy at email@example.com or alternatively call the office on 020 8691 7227.
These are the words left on a note at a shrine dedicated to Tommy Winston, the popular teenager stabbed to death in a Kentish Town street.
They were written by Tyrell Anderson, one of Tommy’s best friends and old schoolmates, just before he handed himself in to the police.
On Monday afternoon, Mr Anderson heard his words read back to him from the dock at the Old Bailey where he is now standing trial for murder. Mr Anderson admits manslaughter but denies the charge of murder.
“Tom you was one of my best pals. I didn’t meen to, please believe me. Only God know’s why this happened. I’m in a knightmare and I can’t wake from it. I don’t no the difference between my dreams and real life anymore Tom. For days now I’ve been wishing this was all a dream, only until I’ve jus walked to where it happened and seen all the flowers and pictures that I know it must be real. It must be about 04.00 am, knowone is on the road accept for me. Everyone finks im scum and I am…
But I know you no I never meant it and that’s all that matters in my life now Tom. Remember all the times we played football together (so many) you was always the best at freekicks. You tought me how to take them Beckham style. You would always pick me out at corners and freekicks. Me, you and Tanny yous’ed to be the best in the whole borough. We all should of made it together. Tom I can’t believe I did it. I thought of 101 different ways to end my life and be with you Tom to tell you face to face how sorry I am.
But I wasn’t man enough to do any of them. So I’m writing this before I give myself in for good. To tell your family, Phil, D, Whinnie and all the rest that I’m sorry to put you through so much pain. I know what its like to loose someone but not in that way you lost Tommy. You don’t deserve to be goin through this. Words can not explain how sorry I am. I no you Hate me and wan’t me dead but please believe I never meant to do this, I’m not a murderer even though you think I am and everyone else does. I’m not.
Everyone who knows me, knows I’m not that kind of person. Tom, we were friends for at least seven years Tom. We were exactly like each other at 1 stage in our lives, we liked all the same things. Two of them was football and the same girls. I love you Tom, I know I’ll be joining you soon Tom. To everyone who knew and loved Tommy I’m so sorry to end his life. I didn’t mean to put you through this type of pain. Tommy one of my best pals. I’m so sorry Tom. You didn’t deserve what happened to you. Sorry my nigga. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.”