Rinse FM turns 18-years-old this September.
The famous London station began life as a pirate but was recently granted an official FM licence and is now operating as a community radio station.
Rinse is home to a wealth of underground talent such as Elijah & Skilliam, the Hessle Audio crew, Marcus Nasty, Brackles, Mark Radford and many, many more. It's known for transmitting the current dance music sounds of London and spans dubstep, grime, UK funky, garage, jungle and various forms of house.
To celebrate its milestone birthday, Rinse has launched a series of documentary films charting the rise of the station from modest roots that began in 1994. The first instalment features station boss Geeneus and you can watch it below.