The veteran house DJ and MN2S artist has joined the North of England Regional Committee for the Musicians’ Union.
DJ Paulette has been elected to serve on the North of England Regional Committee for the Musician’s Union. The MU is a community of over 30,000 musicians that work to protect their members’ rights and campaign for a fairer music industry. They seek to support employed and self-employed musicians working across every area of the music industry in the UK, from live music to music education.
One of the UK’s most established selectors, DJ Paulette kicked off her career with a residency at the storied gay party Flesh, hosted at Manchester’s now-legendary Hacienda. She later joined up with Ministry of Sound, touring the world as part of their international crew and making a name for herself as a stellar DJ over a career that’s surpassed two decades.