With talent and
determination Emma Feline has achieved international status and
recognition as a leading urban DJ. She began mixing UK Garage
in 1997 and has been playing Hip Hop and R&B since 2000, adding Funky House to her repertoire in recent years.
Her precise mixing, formidable selection and versatile style
works any crowd into a frenzy, and her record box has been a
passport to jet set around the world. From India to America,
Estonia to Barbados, Dubai to Ibiza, the list goes on.
career literally began overnight when DJ Funky Smith asked if
she wanted to stand in for him at Bar Code in London. Even though
Emma had only been shown the ropes a week before, she went for
it and was immediately offered a weekly residency. She
quickly joined forces with Lynda Phoenix, another female DJ who
shared her passion for music. The duo made their radio debut
a few weeks later after blagging the Sunday 6am- 8am slot on
pirate radio London Underground. Within a year they were
promoted to Sunday afternoon and set up London's Most Wanted,
an all girl DJ collective that became of great interest to the
media. Guest appearances with Steve Jackson, The Dreem Teem,
and Woman's hour on Radio 4, newspaper and magazine features
in The Guardian, Time Out, Evening Standard, DJ Magazine and
Touch along with T.V interviews and documentaries on Channel
4 and MTV gave the exposure needed to secure bookings at many
high profile UK events including a residency with Twice As Nice
at The End.
1999 Upfront FM was the pirate du jour, and Emma was one of their
flagship DJ's.n 2002 she joined London's No 1 for Hip Hop and
R&B Choice FM (owned by Capital) to host the Wednesday night
'Raw Selection', and in January 2004 her musical knowledge and
presenting skills were rewarded with promotion to a Sunday daytime
London Most Wanted split Emma began touring the USA three times
a year, building up a faithful following in New York, Baltimore,
North Carolina, Washington DC, Brooklyn, Atlanta, Miami, Gainesville,
Seattle, LA and Dallas, where she is hailed as a major pioneer
of UK Garage and 2 Step. During these trips she would hunt down
the latest Hip Hop and R&B records before their UK release.
just a talented DJ, Emma Feline turned her skills to the studio,
producing and remixing tracks under the alias of London's Most
Wanted, Fierce and Funky and Tombraider and setting up her own
label 'Stereotherapy' - The gold selling compilation 'Twice as
Nice, Urban Flava's was one of the largest selling urban compilation's
ever - being expertly mixed mixed by Emma and Steve Sutherland,
and featuring her own productions 'Indian Summer'.
her fingure on the pulse of a vibrant UK Emma was also approached
by Tense Magazine in 2003 to write her own column. The aptly
named 'Decks in the City' is bursting with candid stories, collected
on her DJ travels, and she took the concept with her when she
was asked to join Touch Magazine in 2005.
(1999) Fierce & Funky - 'Everybody'(Stereotherapy), (1999)Fierce & Funky - 'Pump Up' (Stereotherapy), (2000)
Fierce Funky Remix - 'Come Together' (Dance Off Records), (2000)
London's Most Wanted Remix - Ft. Valerie M 'Positive In Motion'
(Nice 'n' Ripe), (2000) London's Most Wanted Remix
- Mykila 'Who's Stalking Me?' (Dance Off Records), (2001)
Tombraider - '911' (All Good Records), (2001) Tombraider
- 'Get Crunked Up' (All Good Records), (2001) Feline v
Davie G Remix - Nu Future 'I Can't Wait' (Radar), (2002) Feline
v Paleface - 'Indian Summer' (Stereotherapy), (2002) Twice As
Nice Urban Flava's Compilation (Warner Music)