DJ Paula Frost
Paula Frost is a London based DJ spinning punk and reggae music and writing dance tunes with a drum & bass twist. In the past year she has headlined a show at Camden Roundhouse, flew to Sri Lanka to DJ New Year’s Eve, and played parties at Manchester Art Gallery and 40 other venues all over the UK. DJ Paula Frost has also played across 14 countries worldwide including concerts in Croatia, Russia, Japan, Cambodia, Vietnam and New Zealand. Whilst in Vietnam she headlined the Saturday night of Reggae Beach Festival in Da Nang.
Paula is set to release a book about the world tour called ‘DIY DJ: WORLD TOUR’ later this year. She is also a published music journalist, the Reviews Editor for Vive Le Rock Magazine and has written for NME. As a journalist Paula has interviewed Alice Cooper and members of Motorhead, The Wailers, The Smiths, The Selecter, Sleaford Mods and Supergrass.
DJ Paula Frost started her journey as a producer on Kane FM for Tippa Irie’s ‘Pure Riddim Show’ on Kane FM, before gaining her own drive time show ‘Way Out Radio’ and beginning her journey as a DJ. Soon she was picked up by an agent and went professional. One of her first shows was supporting major label band Slaves and she’s since played to crowds of up to 3000. Paula recently DJed an event for Euro Parliament held by the Green Party, leaving the crowd chanting long after she’d left the stage.