Selector Sessions

Our Selector Sessions series brings some of UK music's most exciting artists straight to you. Watch them perform live in the studio with performances from Penelope Isles, Nabihah Iqbal, Hak Baker, The Orielles and many more. And in the Selector Archive, you'll find music from past guests like Elbow, Emmy the Great, Bat For Lashes and Soweto Kinch – recorded exclusively for Selector on their way to huge careers in music.

Freya Roy Live in Session

We loved having Freya Roy perform a solo version of 'Calling My Name' for us at Selector, blending jazz and soul together with her delicate guitar work and amazing vocals.

Yard Act Live for Selector at 20

Yard Act are a minimalist rock band from Leeds in the north of England, who have made a name for themselves reflecting the UK’s social and political landscape in their music. This performance is from our exclusive online birthday event presented by Jamz Supernova, celebrating 20 years of Selector Radio.

 

Watch the whole event here at British Council Arts YouTube.

Snowy Live for Selector at 20

Snowy is the rising star of the underground grime scene. Based in Nottingham he is known for his sharp ad-libs and quick lyricism. This performance is from our exclusive online birthday event presented by Jamz Supernova, celebrating 20 years of Selector Radio.

 

Watch the whole event here at British Council Arts YouTube.

Connie Constance Live for Selector at 20

London-born Connie Constance is an indie-pop singer-songwriter whose refreshingly frank storytelling style brings a lyrical earnestness to her work. This performance is from our exclusive online birthday event presented by Jamz Supernova, celebrating 20 years of Selector Radio.

 

Watch the whole event here at British Council Arts YouTube.

Sans Soucis Live For Selector at 20

Londoner Sans Soucis fuses her Italian and Congolese heritage in her unique take on classic songwriting in this new live performance. This performance is from our exclusive online birthday event presented by Jamz Supernova, celebrating 20 years of Selector Radio.

 

Watch the whole event here at British Council Arts YouTube.

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