Mary Anne Hobbs
When she was 19 years old, she started working as a journalist for the music magazine Sounds, later at NME. She then helped in the founding of Loaded Magazine. Then she went to work at BBC Radio and also made a TV series for the BBC about the motorcycles culture in different countries and presented the Leeds Festival between 1999 and 2003.
For the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show she presented programs and Breezeblock. In Breezeblock experimental electronic music was central and the promoted dubstep at an early stage of development. Then she made for BBC Radio 1 the program Dubstep Warz and in October 2006, a compilation album with Benga, Burial, Digital Mystikz, Loefah and The Bug, other. Since 2007 she organizes a dubstep stage at the Sónar Festival. In 2008 she released a second compilation album, Evangeline, including Boxcutter.