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    New publication, SEEN, aims to “counter the London-centric narrative” of music journalism

    A new publication aims to challenge the status quo of UK-based music journalism. 

    SEEN is based in Manchester and run by three experienced music industry professionals: Tunde Adekoya, artistic director of Big People Music and Big People Community CIC, which runs See My World festival; journalist, academic and DJ Mag contributor Kamila Rymajdo; and Swing Ting’s Balraj Samrai. Their goal for the magazine is to “counter the London-centric narrative that often dominates music journalism”, “celebrat[e] unheard voices” and connect “global scenes linked to Britain’s colonial history.”

    The project was conceived in 2021 with a “bold anti-racist manifesto”, and that progressivism follows through on the upcoming…

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