This is Distorted announce collaboration with Sister Bliss

Union Jack Dance is to air an in-depth documentary series celebrating the history of British dance music produced by This is Distorted.

Funded by the Audio Content Fund, Dance Britannia is a six-part series presented by DJ Sister Bliss, a founder member of faithless.

The series will be a one-of-a-kind behind-the-scenes journey into some of the biggest British dance artists and albums of the last 30 years, airing early 2022.

The Bliss will talk candidly to her fellow UK dance icons about their careers, influences, highlights, lowlights and origin stories.

Sister Bliss said: “I’ll be sitting down with the homegrown legendary, iconic artists and innovators that have helped shape the scene and put UK dance music on the international stage over the last 30 years. I can’t wait to bring you this amazing celebration of UK dance music next year.”

Andi Durrant Owner and Director of This is Distorted told RadioToday: “Sister Bliss is a true pioneer of British electronic music, and as part of Faithless she changed the sound of dance music forever.

“We’ve been working with Blissy for a long time and we’re thrilled to be launching this new Dance Britannia project with her. She’s an incredible storyteller who’s experienced what it’s like coming from the underground clubs of London to selling millions of records and headlining the biggest festivals in the world.

“There’s no better person to sit down with her fellow dance legends and peers and tell the story of the icons and innovators that have shaped our scene over the last 3 decades. We can’t wait to start!”

Dick Stone – Group Content Manager – Jack Media added: “We are thrilled to be working with This Is Distorted on what will be a terrific stand out show for Union Jack Dance via the Audio Content Fund. The calibre of production, music and artists involved in Dance Britannia will be outstanding and we are really looking forward to hearing Sister Bliss on the air in 2022.”

Sister Bliss also teamed up with Bauer up for a five-part series on Scala Radio in 2019.

Posted on Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 at 11:30 am by RadioToday UK

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