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Interview: Introducing Steph aka Yellakins (musik matter) 


"As I was saying. Where to start with Steph? She’s been instrumental in one of the most formative dances in 140bpm, she’s label manager at one of the most respected labels in the genre and she works with some of the most innovative and excited producers/ DJs around. Safe to say it’s an absolute honour having her on here!


We’ve managed to get a mix as well! It’s a version of Steph’s set at zku –which she talks about later – recorded recently digitally (as opposed to its original vinyl format)." 



Interview: In the Feminine Booth with Ynez - in conversation with Steph


"... read about her inspirational journey in the music scene, her thoughts on the position of womxn in the music industry, and some up and coming females in the bass and dubstep scene"



Interview - Radar Radio


International Women's day Takeover with Sicaria Sound, Yella & Raggs


Label Feature - Fabric (In Profile)


DEEP MEDi MUSIK is a name that’s synonymous with good taste when it comes to dubstep music. Birthed in 2006 at a time Mala’s other label, DMZ, had already put out a slew of insta-classic plates – many of which he had a hand in producing himself – DEEP MEDi was founded as an avenue for a broader splay of music.



Panel: Independence of artists in the digital age

Today on this episode of Hello, Audio!, we take you to our live After Work Session on the Independence of Artists in the Digital Age. Together with Steffi C, Founder of MusikMatter, Karl Ollie Goedicke, Founder of Blkchn Records, and Lena Engeln, Marketing and Project Manager at gigmit, Helen discusses what is actually happening today in the music industry.

Do artists need to be independent? How can they do that? What services are available to them? What are the limitations? When do artists need support?

But also, what are the middlemen doing these days? Are they still important? Do artists still need them? Do they still need the big players? Or can they do everything by themselves?


Panel: Inclusion of Womxn in (Sound System) Scene

Moderated by Gloria Caiti aka Windrose Syndrome
With Sisters Of Reggae & MC Mad-X, Steffi (Deep Medi label) Carmel Zoum (MC & Activist)

Our idea is to explore the inclusion of women* in the music scene through presenting different perspectives, experiences and solutions to gender imbalance which are offered from society. The purpose is to provide guidance, advice and motivation for females* on their musical journey, as well as inspiring promoters / venues to acknowledge the gender imbalance and the necessity of creating inclusive spaces within the scene / community.


Support: Akala presents Ruins of Empires - BBC2


Mala created the musical score on this "innovative performance by hip hop artist and writer Akala" . A landmark of learning and insight.


Support: Mala & The Outlook Orchestra - Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London


From the humble beginnnings of a genre to experiencing a 22 piece orchestra performing Mala's dubstep productions at such a prestigus venue, was a career highlight.


Selector: Berghain | Polymorphism #22


That time CTM Festival moved the show to the big room at Berghain...


"The evening will be rounded out by two tireless forces from behind the scenes. Former RinseFM host and DEEP MEDi backbone, Steph takes the rare occasion to DJ a special mixed vinyl selection....."

Selector: REC Room on Berlin Community Radio & @ OHM 


Scratcha dva: interludes


album promo feature: Interludes from Yellakins


Selector: Berlin Biennale @ ZKU


Over the course of four nights, the 10th  Berlin Biennale ’s public program "I'm Not Who You Think I'm Not" and  ZK / U - Center for Art and Urbanism  present the "Dance To My Dream" sessions in ZK / U's basement. Their starting point is artist Tony Cokes' interest in versions and remixing as expressed in his video works which are on view during the day at ZK / U's basement within the 10th Berlin Biennale.




Radio host & selectorRinse Fm 


sunday 3-5am

rinse fm - norwood soul patrol 

vinyl with loefah, chunky, seamus & benny ill



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