SEEN Magazine co-founder

About SEEN

A Manchester based music magazine and platform, created by global majority and marginalised people. Founded by Tunde Adekoya, Kamila Rymajdo and Balraj Samrai with a bold anti-racist manifesto, it celebrates unheard voices and enables communities to narrate their own stories, while connecting with scenes linked to Britain’s colonial history.

Issue One

The first issue celebrates Manchester music, spotlighting the migration journey of Somalia hailing musician HMD who’s settled in Moss Side via Denmark and DJ Paulette, who’s written about the need to unionise DJing. The magazine also explores musical scenes such as the feeling of belonging and joy that Manchester’s fledgling amapiano movement has provided for the city’s South African community and a reflective account of the UK’s South Asian undergrounds.

More info regarding events, online articles and publications over at the SEEN Website