What is BBC Introducing in Kent

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BBC Kent Introducing is all about supporting new music from around Kent.

We champion new talent from the grassroots, giving unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar musicians a chance to be heard.

The show is part of the national BBC Introducing family of shows, playing new demos from the BBC Introducing Uploader site.

If you are in a band, a solo artist or a bedroom producer and you want to get the music you are making played on BBC radio, upload your tracks using the BBC Introducing Uploader.

By entering a Kent postcode when you register, your songs go straight into the inbox for BBC Introducing in Kent.

You will be notified automatically when your tracks are listened to by someone at the BBC or if they are going to be broadcast.

If we like what we hear, you might even bag yourself a session or a slot on the BBC Introducing festival stage.

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