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DJ Paula Frost is a London based DJ and radio presenter spinning reggae and rock. In 2020 she released her debut EP ‘Orbit’ to high critical acclaim and received radio play across the world.

Dev from IDLES said the single ‘Oxygen Tank’ was ‘a banger’ and Crass’ Steve Ignorant shared it with fans. In recent years she has DJed London’s iconic Roundhouse for an award ceremony, flew to Sri Lanka to DJ New Year’s Eve and performed at 50 venues across the UK. Paula has also played across 14 countries worldwide including shows in Croatia and New Zealand as well as tours in Japan, Vietnam, Russia and Cambodia. Whilst in Vietnam she headlined Reggae Beach Festival in Da Nang. Paula has spent lockdown writing a book about her travels called ‘DIY DJ’ and she’s also closing in on finishing a debut album. Outside of DJing Paula is also a published music journalist who has written for NME and a successful drummer who’s supported Macca B and Slaves.

Her weekly radio show has been running for six years. Way Out Radio is a widely successful punk and reggae show which has had Alice Cooper, members of Motorhead, The Wailers, Crass and The Charlatans on previous episodes! Saluting rebel music, the show has a passion for discovering unsigned music around the globe. When Way Out Radio took a world tour in 2017-18, Paula bumped into Morgan Freeman on the US road trip and the cast of Breaking Bad in Albuquerque, Mike Love in Hawaii and the 5,6,7,8’s in Japan. Way Out Radio visited Russia, Ukraine, Australia, New Zealand and Jamaica, broadcasting back to the UK each week. Paula has strong links with the Rasta community in Kingston and with record labels like Trojan, 2-Tone, Rough Trade, Fat Wreck and Cherry Red so she keeps the music fresh, playing and discussing new and classic tunes.