FABB Presents: Ma-Less, Dani Deahl, Bearcat

FABB is BACK and better than ever! Join us for a full day of Femme celebration: All-Femme DJ night at the 'Sco, and panel discssion – Gender, Race, and Social Mobility in the Production World – at the Cat.

SCO, 10PM-1AM
FREE

Ma-LESS
Dani Deahl
BEARCAT

4pm panel!! https://www.facebook.com/events/1839167036341399/
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MA-LESS
Alessandra is Ma-less (malice): a DJ, Producer from Orlando, FL & 1/3 of the Moombah Mafia. Raised by a Jamaican father and Panamanian mother in a home where salsa, merengue, and reggae were frequently heard and influenced by the various EDM acts in Orlando, Ma-less continues to experiment with differing sounds, especially when it comes to Moombahton and all sorts of tropical bass.

DANI DEAHL (Monstercat)
Few in electronic music do as much as Chicago’s Dani Deahl. Counting credits as a DJ, producer, journalist and blogger, Dani’s reach within electro is all encompassing. She’s produced a Billboard charted track, interviewed heavyweights like David Guetta and Tiga for national publications, played Lollapalooza three times and currently runs a successful blog, garnering between 60,000-80,000 visitors a month. She’s worked with vocal artists from Sue Cho to Oh Snap! and Whiskey Pete, who lent vocals to the Billboard featured “Poppin Bottles”, her songs have been praised by artists like Diplo, Smalltown DJs and Donald Glaude and signed to prestigious labels Red Stick (a Strictly Rhythm label), Royal One, Dirty Fabric, Atomic Zoo and more.

BEARCAT (Discwoman)
BEARCAT is a London born, Brooklyn based artist. Internationally known for her various skill set’s as a DJ/Producer, Audio Engineer and Pro MUA, BEARCAT began touring with various artist’s in 2005 providing backing vocals and creative direction for live festivals such as Afropunk, Glastonbury, Reading and Lovebox. Never afraid to delve deep she uses her emotive musical selections as a form of therapy. Drawing from deeply personal experiences and diasporic root’s, her ear guides her into creating bass-heavy uncompromising, powerful mixes that harness a symbiotic energy between the music and the crowd to generate the perfect soundtrack to any event. 2016 has been an astounding year of new heights for BEARCAT with a two month European tour and set’s played at Boiler Room (NYC) MoMa PS1 (Warm Up / Sunday Session’s) MFA (Boston), RinseFM (Paris), Radar Radio (London), Slake, Flavorpill and a documentary score premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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