Changing the direction of a music career is one of the most difficult tricks to pull, and changing your stage name is another thing entirely. Particularly if your stage name is DJ Barely Legal.
Chloé Robinson has managed to do all of the above, and is now one of the most in-demand acts at the cross-section of UK bass music and European house and techno. We've been trying to align our calendars to make this episode happen for a good few weeks, and I'm extremely happy to say that it's now here.
We discuss all the issues surrounding her career shift, plus the changes in UK music since she first broke through ten years ago, the challenges and opportunities presented by running your own label, and maintaining a hectic touring schedule while coping with a serious health condition.
This was an episode I was looking forward to for what seemed like forever and I think you're going to enjoy it.
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