DJ Mag: diversity & equality report Q4 2023

DJ Mag: diversity & equality report Q4 2023

In Q4 we announced the recipient of the DJ Mag x AZ Mag creative fund, as Jae Tallawah AKA TU3SDAY. As a disabled producer and DJ, Jae’s music is “made by, for and with people who live at similar intersections” as them. As part of the AZ Mag Creative Fund they will be creating their second EP, with a focus on using hardware and AI to make the process accessible to them. The project will “prioritise working with neuro minorities and re-imagining their existing music to bring it to reach the expansive audiences that exist in the world of electronic music”.

You can follow TU3SDAY’s journey here, and check out their music here. Read more about TU3SDAY in October’s Emerging Artists feature. You can read about the other recipients of AZ Mag’s 2022 Creative Fund via their website. We will be announcing further community support activations and projects as they are confirmed in 2023.

If you are a community organisation interested in working with DJ Mag, please email [email protected].

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