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New York's Dee Diggs turned in a blinding selection of euphoric house music for the residency, which you can listen to here. Below, Jessica Kariisa profiles the self-styled selectress and finds out how she's reclaiming house music. In the final hours of , Dee Diggs was perusing the shelves of a Chicago record store. The line-up was made up of a diverse array of queer DJs in spite of the fact that the bathhouse had historically been a predominantly white and male space. Not to mention she was settling into a new haircut. She had recently shaved the sides of her lengthy afro, channeling the angular androgyny of her style icon Grace Jones.
Too hype to introduce this next mix by Boston's Dee Diggs , she's been advocating for femme's in electronic music since we first met her and incorporates this visibility into her DJ sets by using non-linear mixing to say fuck the norms. Her punk approach to electronic music is just so refreshing and engaging, seriously watch this space for this one. Not to be slept on. Everything starts and ends with House for me. This mix is a full embodiment of my chameleon patische deejay technique. I love the freedom and playfulness of genre switching and non-linear mixing; that is very apparent in this mix. The radio station, where I hosted my college radio shows, burned down about 2 months after my first live dj gig, so I feel like it was in the stars that from there I kept being invited to play out. My deejay naissance was a party I booked and hosted. It was in this Allston basement and was called the Goddess Underground with 3 femmes including me on the lineup in November