Hailing from Australia, AMRIT is both a DJ and creative casting director known for her effortless style behind the turntables and her keen eye for talent. Since relocating to New York City, she has fluidly adapted to its social scene; gaining recognition from NYC’s exclusive creative community of musicians, fashion leaders and artists. AMRIT has been featured in numerous online and print publications, more notably in the pages of VOGUE, Elle, Galore, Nylon, PAPER & Vanity Fair.
DJ Minx is a Detroit based DJ who was recently named one of the “20 Women Who Shaped the History of Dance Music” by Mixmag and one of the “Best house music DJs of all time” by Time Out New York. In 2000 she was a featured performer at the first Detroit Electronic Music Festival, and since then she has played gigs in cities from New York and Toronto to Berlin and Tokyo. Minx founded Women on Wax, a collective of female DJs from the Metro Detroit area and established her own record label called Women On Wax Recordings, which has become a platform for her own productions and outlet for local talent.
Anthony Dicap is a New York City based DJ and visual artist. His sets include obscure club edits & hip hop, while interweaving various sounds of R&B, reggaeton, techno & pop. DICAP frequently plays many of NYC’s parties including Mouth Your Body, Shock Value, Fake Nudes, The Spectrum & has held a residency at both Holy Mountain and JIZZ. As a staple in NYC’s club scene, he has grown to international recognition playing in Stockholm, Berlin, San Francisco, Toronto, Miami & Los Angeles.
JD Samson is best known as leader of the band MEN and for being one-third of the electronic-feminist-punk band and performance project, Le Tigre. For more than a decade JD's career as a musician, producer and DJ has landed her at the intersection of the music, art, activism, and fashion. During that time she has toured the world, produced songs for Grammy award winning artists, written for publications such as Huffington Post, Talkhouse, and Creative Time Review, created multi media artwork, hosted documentary programs for VICE, acted, modeled, and engaged in direct support with a wide-range of progressive social and political causes.
Michael Magnan is a multi-disciplinary artist, DJ, and producer based in NYC. Aside from DJing around town solo you can find him collaborating on music with Physical Therapy as Fatherhood and working alongside JT Almon throwing the Brooklyn-based floating warehouse party Fruits and Vegetables. His latest Fatherhood EP is out now on Batty Bass Records and look out for a killer Fatherhood-curated compilation out this summer on Nervous Records.
Mike Servito’s upfront, dirty, deep, and bitchy taste had an impact on Detroit nightlife for over a decade. He debuted in 1995 at Dat's Poorboy parties, became a resident at blackbx and Ghostly's Untitled (along with Derek Plaslaiko, Tadd Mullinix, Matthew Dear, and Ryan Elliott), contributed to the bizarrely popular, wild and free Dorkwave, and blew minds at Interdimensional Transmissions' No Way Back parties. Now, Servito has found a home in New York with a residency at The Bunker.
Oscar Nñ is a NYC-based DJ and one of the co-founders of Papi Juice. His sound is a curated blend of global and virtual urban genres with a prominent queer sensibility. Currently, Oscar Nñ is focused on developing his sonic identity, creating mixes and DJing in and out of NYC, with plans to produce his own sounds in the near future.
For over a decade, Miami–based artist and DJ Ashland Mines has disrupted the linearity of club sets under his Total Freedom moniker. This talent for compressing club atmospheres and working crowds into an almost religious catharsis has elevated Mines to a mythological status across various creative networks and nodes of underground subculture. And as a true artists’ artist, Mines’ disruptive ethos echoes through a collaborative network of contemporaries shaking up the zeitgeist from the margins of popular culture.