If you enter a Suffolk postcode when you register, your songs go straight into BBC Suffolk Introducing's inbox.
You'll be notified automatically when your tracks are listened to by someone at the BBC or if they're 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.
Angelle Joseph is a Performer and Presenter, championing and nurturing new talent, emerging musicians and anyone that she
thinks deserves to be heard.
Angelle's love of music started with Garage and Grime. Over the years her open-minded approach has given her an appreciation that spans all genres. She enjoys live music and will attend as many gigs as she can.
2020 sees Angelle working closely with BBC
1xtra and the BBC Introducing central team, finding hidden gems in the Uploader and putting them
at the forefront of national conversations about new music. Using her history
of outreach and engagement roles in youth work, she will be working with Presenters, the community and musicians across the country to help develop
their Introducing journey
BBC Introducing in Suffolk
Angelle Joseph showcases the best new music, live sessions and industry conversations from
around the county.
We're here to celebrate the wealth of diverse music being created in our county, and to provide the platform it deserves.
Send us your music and we'll do our best to get it on air, and if it's good enough we'll flag it up to our BBC Introducing colleagues at Radio 1, 6Music and 1Xtra.
We also get the chance to nominate Suffolk bands for amazing opportunities such as playing major UK festivals or recording at the legendary Maida Vale Studios.
And then there's Latitude Festival, where we get to handpick three acts to play on Huw Stephens' Lake Stage.
So get in touch.
And have your say via our Facebook or Twitter page (links below).