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About Baseline Collective

A music events business with a social purpose.
We exist because everyone deserves a strong baseline.

Shankari Raguvaran - Co-Founder of The Baseline Collective
Shankari Raguvaran

Founder & CEO

Eoin Oliver - Co-Founder of The Baseline Collective
Eoin Oliver

Co-Founder & CMO

Our Team

Asha Kaur Balendran - Artist Liaison - with straight black hair smiling
Asha Kaur Balendran
Artist Liaison
Dillon Franze - Community Manager - Dillon wearing a hat with his tongue stuck out
Dillon Franze
Community Manager
Grace Mallinder
Grace Mallinder

Social Media Coordinator

Tom Botting (Phloem) - Sound engineer - wearing a purple jacket, white hoodie and smiling
Tom Botting (DJ Phloem)

Sound Engineer 

Danielle Bentoumi
Danielle Bentoumi

Social Media Coordinator

The Baseline Collective Team

Our Values and

Baseline Collective champions causes that address the difficult personal and societal challenges that people face in their lives. We hope to help individuals build a stronger baseline for success that will help them reach their full potential.

Profits generated through our business operations will be donated to established charities in these fields and used to fund mobilisation of our own social programmes. Through these activities we aim to make a difference to wellness and social mobility in the UK.

Our Causes

  • Eliminating Poverty and Homelessness
  • Promoting Mental Health Awareness and Support
  • Widening Access to Education
  • Driving Diversity and Inclusion


Telomic being photographed during his album launch party at Baseline Nights
Ravers dancing at The Baseline Collective
Ravers dancing with red lighting
A cute ginger raver dancing with a boy
Low-R djing at Baseline Nights
Ravers photographing the DJ
Ravers dancing

Thanks to all our ravers and DJs who have enjoyed our events and been featured on our website and socials.  We would love to recognise you all, please do get in touch if you want a tag or a shout out.

Our artists talk about 
mental health

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    "I have suffered from mental health issues in the past and have taken the energy and emotions from these experiences into my music. Baseline Collective follow a similar stance with their events and I can relate to the way they support mental health through the art of music a lot, not only those involved but those who attend. Its an honour to be a part of this movement. "
  • Hugh Hardie
    # of events played at: 1

    Hugh Hardie

    I like the openness and positivity they're building as a community and a brand, and I'm very happy to be involved :)
  • Iyre
    # of events played at: 1


    Our mind could be our biggest enemy as well as our biggest strength.. I've been both sides of the spectrum. Having gone through depression and anxiety, I do understand how important it is to raise awareness and educate/raise proceedings for endeavors that contribute vastly towards such objectives.. Huge love to Baseline Collective for having me, and I'm hoping we would be able to raise funds and support through the event.. Hoping to see you all at the dance floor...
  • Riya
    # of events played at: 1


    I've always been a supporter of MIND, having lost someone to suicide five years ago, and having had mental health issues myself in the past, and family members that have experienced them too. MIND do amazing work, raising awareness of mental health issues and breaking down the stigma that's still there. They also offer a phone line, which is a lifeline to many people in times of crisis. Having volunteered on a suicide phone line myself a few years ago, I know just how important that is and what a difference it makes. But it's a service that costs a lot of money to run, and so it's important we try and raise money for MIND, to make sure important services like this are available to those who can't perhaps afford private counselling or therapy, or just need someone to talk to.
  • Collette Warren
    # of events played at: 1

    Collette Warren

    Mind is a really important charity to me, having suffered with my own mental health over the years, I think it's important to support them, especially in the music industry, a lot of people are suffering deep inside.
  • Nu:Tone
    # of events played at: 1


    I've always been aware of the importance of mental health, but the challenges of the last few years have really highlighted how fragile it can be. It's also revealed how patchy mental health provision is across the UK. Charities such as Mind do a hugely important job in bridging that gap, and I'm really happy to play a small part in supporting their work.
  • Oversight
    # of events played at: 1


    I have struggled with my mental health for over a decade, i’ve been there. I get it. There is currently nowhere near enough support for people who need it due to the systematic underfunding of our NHS. This means charities are often people’s only choice. On top of that there is still a stigma surrounding mental health and asking for help. If i can in some way contribute to helping with that i’m down.
  • Crash Comet
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    Crash Comet

    I had a lot of experience with therapy throughout my life since I was about 4 years old actually. To be brief, I wouldn't be writing music and living a great life now without the support I was given when I was younger. So any cause that supports mental health and the welbing of others is right up my street.
  • Korbex
    # of events played at: 1


    It's hard to watch the effects of negativity take hold in friends and family and I commend anyone who is there to help those that are struggling in these hard times. Let the music play and let's enjoy a smile together doing what we love. 💚
  • RHD
    # of events played at: 1


    One thing I didn’t realise until I got to Uni and started making closer friendships was that everyone has their battles, whether you can see them or not. It shocked me how many people that I thought were rock solid had struggled too, and I loved the way music brought us together and gave us all an escape from the stress everyday life can bring. It’s why I’ll never stop going to events!
  • Elipsa
    # of events played at: 1


    I am such a firm believer in open conversation about mental health, which is why working with Baseline Collective is a really awesome opportunity. The DnB gig environment is a place filled with joy and connectivity, but it's also heavily interlaced with substances and alcohol which can take a toll on our wellbeing. I think it's amazing that Baseline Collective are doing so much more than running gigs, they're creating a safe space, a positive community and a real difference amongst the run of the mill promoters.
  • Tali
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    Mental health is something that has affected me in my career at varying points of my life. In NZ we have a dedicated charity to helping musicians who struggle in this area and I do a lot with and for them when asked. Therefore it made absolute sense to also do something for Baseline Collective. Mental health in the UK appears to be underfunded and things like this are so helpful and essential.

Want to join our team?

Owing to the fact this business was started to raise money for charity and generate community and do social good, we don't have any paid employees. 

We're a plucky team of volunteers who want to help the world be a better place.  Sounds like your type of gig?  Great, we'd love more hands.  Think you have skills we don't have and are prepared to offer advice?  Wonderful!  Need events, marketing, project management, or any other experience to help you in your career?  We're here for it.  Shoot us a message and if we have enough resources we'll help.