25.03.23: Emma DJ, Jasmine Infiniti
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✦ Emma DJ
✦ Jasmine Infiniti
✦ Estoc
✦ Via App
✦ Sausha
✦ Dasychira
✦ DJ Trick
✦ DJ Shiver
✦ Loïc Le Hécho
✦ Otis


Date: Saturday March 25th
Venue: Market Hotel
City: New York
Country: United States
Start - end: 23:00pm - 05:00am
Tickets: $15 / $20

✦ Emma DJ ✦

Since the start of 2019, Parisian based Emma dj has been building a rapidly growing catalogue of releases with 3 albums on cassette tapes as well releases on imprints like UIQ, REIF, Collapsing Market, BFDM and L.I.E.S.

A remarkable output from the Finnish native who’s been quietly forging an aesthetic of his own following a decade in electronic music across all corners of the industry. His productions display a clear penchant for harder, grittier and ever indescribable sounds translating directly into his dj sets as well as his collaborative experimental trap live show ‘g0drm’ which debuted at Bourse de Commerce, Collection Pinault in June 2021.

✦ Jasmine Infiniti ✦

Born in the Bronx and based in Brooklyn, Jasmine Infiniti’s sound is a mesh of underground styles that New York City artists have long-shaped. Her DJ sets and original music oscillates between ballroom, hip-hop, house, industrial and techno; racing between fury and euphoria to create cathartic moments. Take her 2020 debut album ‘BXTCH SLÄP’, which roars into life with the formidable ‘Bxtch Släp — Queen Of Hell’. It’s a thrill-ride in track form, built with the kind of white-knuckle intensity that’ll send your stomach into somersaults. That’s until a hint of something calmer, more forlorn, seeps through — only for the next track to start and the whole ride to begin again. Her uncompromising DJ sets also fuse motifs picked up at pivotal points in her story. She’s brought all of that together into New World Dysorder, a club night, artist collective and, most recently, record label.

✦ Estoc ✦

The name of estoc's 2021 release, Blend Queen, is an apt description of the Philly-based producer's musical acumen. Her hard-edged productions build bold new shapes out of existing raw material, with a glimmer of irony mixed into the ferocity. Her famed mashups, for example, might interest anyone who has ever wanted to hear a hyperpop-swaddled coupling of Creed and hard techno producer Gabber Eleganza, or a big room trance edit of any of The Fray's cheesy anthems. One 2022 estoc edit, splicing "Macarena" and Tiësto, moved one commenter on SoundCloud to describe the rework as "a one of a kind abomination." But estoc's music is more than hardcore absurdist fluff. Its brutal and often ridiculous style serves as a fortress against cultural hegemony. In a 2017 interview for The Astral Plane, she explained the intent behind her popular DJ tools: "This idea of creating a tool to defeat those with more power and protection than you is really appealing to me, as it fits into the narrative of anti-fascist and anti-imperialist ideology," she said. "Being able to look at what seems like insurmountable odds and coming out ahead with the right tools." Estoc's repertoire challenges the belief that mashup culture is low culture. In fact, it goes even further, inviting us to engage more the ideological concepts that upholds these tunes. Her debut album, Serenity, veers away from her previous mashup work, and includes original vocals as well as shadowy, beatless tracks that exist worlds distant from her usual maximalist leanings.

✦ Dasychira ✦

Dasychira actively engages with the cobweb of magical realism around them, creating music and art that tiptoes between dimensions of fantasy. Pronounced /ˈdah-see-kira/, the South African artist by way of New York City and now Amsterdam, released their first two EPs—Immolated and Haptics— via Blueberry Records in 2017 and 2018, respectively. After the release of Immolated, they embarked on a nationwide tour of the U.S. In the summer of 2018, Dasychira toured Europe and Canada after the release of Haptics. In 2019, they released a collaborative EP with Changchun-based artist Yikii called Bubble Wrap Armor on unseelie. They completed a full Asia tour in support of their debut LP xDream, which they followed with a performance premiering the album live with Yikii on Halloween in Los Angeles. They closed that year with a festival appearance at Les Urbaines in Switzerland and a packed show in London. In 2020, with most plans and performances postponed, they shifted their focus to audio-visual projects and released their music video “Swirl”, a line of collectible plushies, and two singles. They spent the spring in Los Angeles filming music videos before relocating to Europe where they have been creating new work. In 2021, they released their long-awaited Hollywood Forever Mixtape. This year they are working on their second major full-length album. Dasychira’s work has been featured in The FADER, Paper Magazine, The Wire, Flaunt Magazine, and various other publications. They currently run the label end of fae-minded collective unseelie