Jaguar examines gender disparities in UK dance music in new documentary podcast: Listen

Jaguar examines gender disparities in UK dance music in new documentary podcast: Listen

DJ and radio broadcaster Jaguar has produced a new two-part documentary podcast that examines gender disparities in UK dance music.

Titled ‘Under The Lights: Being A Woman, Trans Or Non-Binary Person In UK Dance Music’, the podcast takes in contributions from a number of key electronic music figures, including Annie Mac, The Blessed Madonna, Jamz Supernova, Girls Don’t Sync and TAAHLIAH.

The documentary has been produced and released to coincide with International Women’s Day, and is available to listen to via UTOPIA Talks, as part of Jaguar’s cross-disciplinary platform that she launched in 2020.

Speaking about this latest project, Jaguar said: “I’m incredibly proud to be bringing out these podcast episodes with Stak this International Women’s Day! Since 2020 I’ve been on a journey where I’ve found my purpose: to champion minorities and give opportunities to those who really need it. I want to use my platform to help people and explore how we can create positive changes to reach a utopian world.

“Equality and representation is so important to me. It’s part of my identity, as a mixed race and queer woman navigating the world.”

You can listen to the podcast here.

The release of the podcast follows on from Jaguar publishing a groundbreaking report on gender disparities across UK dance music last year.

Revisit DJ Mag’s 2021 feature with the DJ and broadcaster here.

Related Posts

PIXELYNX launches new interactive music creation tool, KORUS

PIXELYNX launches new interactive music creation tool, KORUS

Charli XCX announces new “club record”, ‘BRAT’: “i was born to make dance music”

Charli XCX announces new “club record”, ‘BRAT’: “i was born to make dance music”

Ultra Naté ‘Free’, the making of a house music anthem

Ultra Naté ‘Free’, the making of a house music anthem

Kate Bush named Record Store Day ambassador, announces ‘Eat The Music’ vinyl

Kate Bush named Record Store Day ambassador, announces ‘Eat The Music’ vinyl