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DJ Fusion (FuseBox Radio Broadcast) / Press

“Listen up: On last week's show we made the case that listening to podcasts hosted by women is a feminist act. We compiled a starter list of 40 or so female-hosted shows and asked for your endorsements. After sifting through many, many recommendations, our list is looking significantly more comprehensive. But this still isn't enough! Please continue to share as you make new discoveries, so we can all keep our feeds fresh with female voices. ____ Music * Top Score (Emily Reese) * Meet the Composer (Nadia Sirota) * Fusebox Radio (DJ Fusion) * Alt Latino (Jasmine Garsd)”

“DJ Fusion of FuseBox Radio is not just the chick on the mic! Her ear is keen and the mixes are proof positive of this! She is also a beast on the tables! A party with DJ Fusion in charge is nothing but a good time! Simply put, she keeps the crowd moving with her knack for reading the needs of the masses and it’s a good thing!”

“Mary "DJ Fusion" Nichols, who has lived in Prince George's off and on, runs Black Radio Is Back, a blog that often highlights Washington, D.C.-area artists. She also hosts nationally syndicated FuseBox Radio, which features under-the-radar music. "If anything, Internet radio and blogs are taking a bit of responsibility for things some A&Rs [record label talent scouts] should be doing," Nichols says. Translation: Record labels miss a lot of talent that blogs don't.”

“The North by Northeast (NXNE) festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this summer, but rather than resting on its laurels and quietly slipping into its third decade, director Christopher Roberts believes an energetic, youthful approach is the best way to honour the occasion. This year’s festival runs from June 13-22 at various venues around the city. The free shows at Yonge-Dundas Square (YDS) are often a highlight of the 10-day festival, and the big draws in past years have included legendary but ageing acts like Iggy and the Stooges and DEVO. But this year Roberts is touting NYC indie rocker St. Vincent as a must-see act that reflects NXNE’s reinvigorated approach. “(The past shows were) great for iconic acts and legendary acts but this year I think we’ve taken a little more of an artistic stride,” he said. Performing this year at Yonge-Dundas Square: * Ain’t No Love * Alvvays * Astro * Danny Brown * DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk (FuseBox Radio Broadcast)”