SRA Class of 2019 – Brockhampton

We welcome to our SRA Class of 2019, the world’s best boyband: Texas’ Brockhampton. The collective blend pop & hip-hop in their music which boasts creative production that echoes to the men’s heroes Kanye West & Odd Future. The music also packs lyrics which tackle mental health, sexuality and post modern life for males, making… read more

SRA Class of 2019 – dodie

From uploading to YouTube from her bedroom 7 years ago to being BBC Radio 1’s chillest record in the world, dodie is definitely one to watch this year (and to be clear, is insistent on the lowercase ‘d’) Her delicate vocals and poetry like lyrics explore more than teenage heartbreak – what’s intriguing and captivating… read more

SRA Class of 2019 – No Rome

Dirty Hit are perhaps our favourite of all the record labels in the world. They’ve given us The 1975. They’ve given us Wolf Alice. They’ve given us last year’s SRA Class of alumni, Pale Waves. And now they give us one of the world’s most exciting pop songwriters, No Rome. Rome has such an interesting… read more

Black History Month

Every year in October we celebrate Black History Month and it is time for us to recognise and honour the often overlooked contributions of the BAME community within radio, especially student radio. Through all our student radio stations we have a diverse community which gives black individuals a platform for them to express their opinions… read more

SRA Members’ Success at the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme Student Journalism Awards 2018

Recently Student Radio Association members had great success at the first ever BBC Radio 4 Today Programme Student Journalism Awards! These awards aim to find new talent and student who embody the BBC’s values of impartiality, trustworthiness and excellence. University of Exeter’s student radio station, XpressionFM, were the winners of The Today Student Programme of… read more