CJFM Presents

Festival Preview: Common People 2017

  Summer is finally here and while it means longer, warmer days and more time spent soaking up the rays, it also means that festival season is almost upon us! Showing us their offering this year is Common People. Running over the weekend of 27th & 28th May it is […]

CJFM Presents: UKF x Snowbombing @ Printworks London

On Saturday 11th February, CJFM was invited up to London’s newest event space; Printworks London, for the inaugural bass music event being held there. Having only opened the weekend before, this brand new 5,000 capacity venue looked set to wow attendees with an incredible line-up from the likes of Alix […]

CJFM Presents: Shelter Live Tour Review

  When going to see a live act, it’s not very often that you get to witness something that is so remarkable, something that is so close to perfection, that the combination of audio and visual prowess can be truly deemed a work of art. In this case, Hugo Leqlercq […]

CJFM Presents: An Interview with Fickle Friends

Back in November Callum & Jon, hosts of the show CJFM Presents got invited to The Forum in Tunbridge Wells to interview Brighton based indie-pop band Fickle Friends. After a great interview we watched their short but fantastic set, and we could tell these guys are going to be big […]

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Every Tuesday between 18:00-19:00

CJFM Presents’ core mission is to find the best in new music from around the Brighton area. Each week we try our best to get a band or artist in for an interview and a live session. We are open to all genres and play an eclectic mix of music on our show thanks to the two hosts Callum & Jon’s diverse musical taste. The show also focuses on helping unsigned bands by giving them a platform to show off their material and hopefully generate some interest in the music they have written. Not only this but we also have a few games and features to keep the show familiar yet different each week. The show we are curating is hopefully something fellow students and the general public can turn too, to find new music they wouldn’t normally listen too.