Berlin-based online online radio station BCR launched an initative today to help up-and-coming artists from marginalized backgrounds. According to a press release from founder Sarah Miles, the BCR Incubator is looking for female-identifying minorities and will function as a stepping stone for creative voices on the brink. Berliners can apply via the radio’s website until April 25, and entrants will be judged by a panel that includes Discwoman‘s Frankie Hutchinson, NTS’s Tabitha Thorlu-Bangura, Truants founder Soraya Brouwer and BCR’s own Anastazja Moser and Sarah Miles. The package includes a one-month BCR radio residency, a live slot at BCR’s Club Of The Month party series, an opportunity to master and release music, individual training on Ableton Live 9 and international press campaign.
Moser, Miles, and Thorlu-Bangura spoke to us about their experience as minority voices in the industry for our feature on women in online radio. Read it here.