Festival season will see us raving and misbehaving with these hot female DJs.
Annie Mac – Reading & Leeds and Love Saves the Day
Annie Mac is undisputedly the empress of the turn tables. Her Radio 1 show has been launching the weekends of clubbers since 2009, and her impressive on-air music choices have made her legendary on the decks. Annie always attracts the crowds, bringing the most established DJs and tracks with her as part of ‘Annie Mac Presents’. Her sets at Reading and Leeds Festivals and Love Saves the Day will be no exceptions as she prepares to launch the summer with a massive bang.
Nina Kraviz – Love Saves the Day and High Definition
One of the most exciting figures in dance music at the moment, Nina Kraviz brings her technicality and experimental style to two of the summer’s best electronic music festivals. Those lucky enough to catch her sets at High Definition and Love Saves the Day can expect a true artist who sings, produces and DJs and knows how to guide the crowd through an electric set!
B. Traits – Love Saves the Day and High Definition
B.Traits is a Canadian DJ, producer and radio presenter who is an expert remixer and a favourite of Radio 1. Bringing her original and eclectic sounds in breakbeat; dubstep, jungle, garage, house and grime to Love Saves the Day and High Definition this summer, this Digital Soundgirl will bring you some high energy sets to remember.
Hannah Wants – High Definition
Hannah Wants proves it’s not just the men who bring it hard behind the decks, notorious for her hard hitting house style she’s quickly taking the reigns as house music’s leading lady. Her unique and commanding style has found her in high demand in clubs all over the world and High Definition should expect some serious bass lines.
Monki – Sonar and Kendal Calling
At only 22 years old, Monki is already presenter of Radio 1’s “In New DJs We Trust”, head of ZOO Music label, and experiencing a meteoric rise in her DJ career. Her musical radar encompasses bass music, house and techno, and the most interesting tracks from the abundance of micro-scenes. Definitely one to watch at Sonar and as part of Bondax and friends at Kendal Calling.
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