Let'sin • a slice of hell
When she’s not throwing sold-out iconic vogue balls, this Sydney club mainstay is flawlessly weaving afrobeat into techno with effortless sophistication.
True to her name, this DJ and artist/events manager sure is BUSY. But she still makes time to craft exquisite bass-laden, hip-hop influenced sets, inspired by the likes of M.I.A., Mr. Carmack and Chuck Sutton.
A fixture in the Sydney club scene, Chilean-Australian DJ Catlyf is an expert in the horniest reggaeton and latin fire from the mid-00s to now.
Ebony Boadu’s flawless track selections have made her a fixture of hip hop clubs across Sydney, including The Ivy, Trill and The Club.
Fire girl Jasmine Brophy will bring the heat! The fabulous seventh-generation circus gypsy from one of the oldest circus families in Australia specialises in fire breathing, fire eating, fire stunts, fire staff spinning and fire whip cracking.
One Day Sundays and Halfway Crooks alumnus G COO has some impressive gigs under her belt (umm, like supporting Freddie Gibbs at Manning Bar), and it’s no wonder why – her taste in rap is off the charts.
Isa’s DJ mixes exude something undeniably contemporary: a genre-fluidity that unflinchingly plucks the requisite moods and feels from across the spectrum of hip hop and dance.
Larger-than-life Jade Le Flay has thumped bass-heavy tracks at the biggest clubs this country has to offer. She isn’t so much a DJ as a force to be reckoned with.
Melbourne's reigning queen of UK garage and dancehall, DJ/producer Jade Zoe is as versatile as she is ubiquitous on the lineups of the city's best parties.
With a couple of singles and shows under her belt, Melbourne juggernaut King IV is set to hit our stage with her dark, r&b infused electronica.
Expect hypnotic light shows and howl inducing body rocking - prepare to be enthralled by the pack
A resident at Melbourne’s best rap night REUP, Manic Pixie’s DJ sets are as bubbling, bright and undeniable as her hypercolour sense of style.
Melbourne music dork Matka is on a quest to play the sweatiest eclectic DJ set of all time. She aspires to be “Bok Bok but with boobs”.
One of Sydney’s hip hop MVPs, Mowgli May is a rap-club powerhouse obsessed with uncovering forward-looking pearlers from Australia and beyond.
Thick bass and soul-inflected grooves underpin the instrumental hip hop and downbeat trap of Sydney DJ/producer and FBi Radio host Seduna.
This girl’s spent a lot of time in the UK, and her rap/grime DJ sets prove it. Back in the country, she's ready to light up our stage with LDN fire.