If you don’t like something, create something new to challenge it.
House in the Park is not merely a celebration of House Music, its a celebration of Black culture.
I know I haven’t done anything remotely close to what I want to achieve in the end, yet everyday I feel as though I’m one step closer.
Every gig is different, every crew is different, and every vibe is different; best believe you better be able to adjust.
What better way to celebrate 4th of July than with this live awesome mix by label boss of Must Have Records and DJ, Jay Simon. Jay also lives in Atlanta, has been a friend of mine for the past few years, and one thing that has always been undeniable is his genuine love for the
Everything was all well and fine when I was simply the “techno cheerleader”; the girl in the front row of every show screaming and cheering for you, but now that I’m out here doing more than just being the cute black girl at the party folks acting uncomfortable.
Being a woman in a role that is basically solely associated with men is not an easy task, yet I find it empowering, and theres nothing I love more than being up there expressing myself.
The music is always the main concern when attending “UDM” events, yet its also not too difficult to quickly realize that no one there looks like you.
Underground dance music lacks those superficial elements that are glorified in todays culture, so it must not be “cool”, right? WRONG.
The number of “millennial” POC DJing, producing, and promoting dance music is staggeringly low, and I want to change that; but how does one change that in a world where most Black kids rather hear Future or Beyonce, and think Techno is “white people music”?