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EQ50 Announce Student Programme
Support For Women And Non-Binary Individuals In Jungle & Drum And Bass Returns
Published
Jan. 5 2023
Writer
Nick Stephens
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EQ50 has announced the full lineup for its second mentorship program, which aims to support women and non-binary individuals in the Jungle and Drum & Bass scene. The program, which begins in 2023, will support 10 artists over the course of 12 months. The selected artists for the EQ50 Mentorship Class of 2022/23 include Waves, Artemis, Jamurai, Pod Imiya, imo-Lu, Katalyst, and Dee Montego, representing labels and collectives such as 1985 Music, Rupture LDN, AudioPorn, The North Quarter, Drum&BassArena, and RAM Records.

The mentorship program was originally launched in 2020 as a way to help those in the Jungle and Drum & Bass scene launch or advance their careers. Registration for the latest run of the program opened in October of this year. The artists chosen to participate have expressed their excitement and gratitude for the opportunity.

In an Instagram post, Leeds based Jamuira said  "I'm super excited to announce that I’ll be joining this years EQ50 mentorship working alongside @officialdnba and @sweetpeadnb !!!! Gassed for the year ahead �� thank you so much for the amazing opportunity who will also be participating in the program."

If you're interested in learning more about EQ50 and their mentorship program, be sure to check out their website for more information.

Don't forget to follow EQ50 and the participating artists on social media and use the hashtags #EQ50Mentorship #WomenInDrumAndBass #NonBinaryInDrumAndBass to show your support.

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