In a world obsessed with stereotypes and genre pigeonholing, Charlie Tee continues to carve out her own lane representing a versatile array of sounds, both on-air and in her DJ sets. Newly crowned as the first permanent female host of BBC Radio1’s Drum&Bass show, which she broadcasts every week live at 11pm, Charlie Tee’s expansive knowledge of electronic dance music, broadcasting and DJing experience (spanning 10 years), make her a truly unique act. As a DJ, Charlie’s infectious high-energy sets are what she’s renowned for and some of her gig highlights include Glastonbury, Printworks, Fabric and Boomtown. As a Broadcaster, Charlie first cut her teeth as the face of Drum&Bass Arena’s legendary D&BTV, before spending an impressive 8 years hosting her own weekly show on the Kiss networks. An advocate for emerging talent, Charlie has been key to elevating some of dance music’s rising stars including Nia Archives, Ewan McVicar and Kara. Charlie’s impressive knowledge of electronic music and warm, affable nature recently caught the attention of BBC Radio 1 and promptly saw her cover some of the station’s most coveted shows including Friday night’s iconic Dance Party (Danny Howard) and Future Dance for Sarah Story. 2023 will see a continued expansion of Charlie’s inaugural imprint Total Records, a uniting music showcase coming this summer and the beginning of an exciting new podcast series exploring our wonderfully vibrant underground scene.