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Go sister, Psy-Sister! Psy-Sisters get ready for their launch party @Union

Reported by Psy-Sisters / Submitted 12-05-13 21:03

It’s one of the most successful projects to take off in the shortest space of time. Since it’s inception in February this year, the Psy-Sisters collective has already attracted more than 300 talented female visual artists, décor crews, DJs, producers and writers from across the world. Now the ladies are ready to celebrate the growing phenomenon that is Psy-Sisters, with a launch party at Vauxhall’s Union Club on Friday 17 May 2013.

With a carefully curated music program featuring a vibrant and powerful combination of djs and producers it will set the floor on fire – rock’n’roll style. We caught up with a few of them to hear about their goals for the future, and their thoughts on a few interesting subjects such as feminism and the whole dynamic of the so-called ‘djane’ . . .


Djane Amethyst



Name: Djane Amethyst (Mutagen Records)

Music style(s): Prog house, uplifting prog, dark prog , full on day, twilight

Country of origin: SA

Started DJing: June 2011

Greatest source of inspiration: Other DJs/artists and music

Link(s): https://soundcloud.com/amethyst_dj, Facebook.com/DjaneAmethyst



What inspired you start making music? Can you remember when you first fell in love with psychedelic music? For those reading this who don’t know you, please tell us a bit about your background and how it came about that you’re a Psy-Sister in London in May 2013.

Curiosity, when I see other DJs play they inspire me, I get curious and I want to learn what they do. One thing I always do is let other DJs know when they have played an inspirational set.

The first party where I liked psy was The Village in 2007. That first party was amazing.

I am a young bubbly person and first hosted a party in 2008 and then in 2012. I got involved in PS as Rena approached me and I have been treated with the most utmost respect regardless of my age.

Please describe your sound(s).

Rolling baselines, funky, groovy, bouncy and some deep, soul touching music.

What have been the highlights of your DJing career to date? And what goals do you have for the future?

Transahara in Morroco – my most amazing gig to date! I would like to play more abroad (Boom/Ozora), inspire others and spread my love for good music to a crowd full of people!

Despite there being an increasing number of female DJs, woman are still under-represented on most line-ups throughout the world. Why do you think this is?

It’s because most girls don’t yet have the confidence. Hopefully with PS we will be more noticed and respected. I think although some of us are under-represented, most well known girls are respected a lot more, such as Nuky. She inspires me for sure!



Why do you choose to be/not to be a djane?

I like djane, it’s cute. Some like it some don’t. Everyone to themselves.

What are you looking forward to the most about the Psy-Sisters Launch Party at Union on Friday 17 May?

All women working together and it’s my first time with all girl line up! I’m very excited as I’ve always wanted to do a party in London.

What else do you have planned for summer and the rest of 2013?

Networking and unknown. I will be helping out with Sonica and Pearl Festivals.

Finally, what’s your advice to any sisters reading this who’d like to start DJing?

Learn from other DJs who you look up to, never be afraid to approach people and take risks.

Kraken



Name: Jacqueline See – Kraken

Music style(s): Dark progressive

Country of origin: Malaysia

Started DJing: 2012

Greatest source of inspiration: Music from Zenon Rec + Uroboros Rec

Link(s): https://soundcloud.com/dj_kraken



What inspired you start making music? Can you remember when you first fell in love with psychedelic music? For those reading this who don’t know you, please tell us a bit about your background and how it came about that you’re a Psy-Sister in London in May 2013.

I was introduced to the psy trance culture in 2005 and fell in love instantly with the music. I just love the energy in psy trance music that makes you want to stomp your heart out. After a few years of psy trance, I discovered dark minimal progressive and since then, my interest seemed to gear towards the deep intelligent sound. The Antifluoro album by Sensient (Zenon Records) was my first progressive cd and since then, I have never stopped collecting this style of music.

I am really excited to see how this genre has evolved so quickly in the past few years. There are so many wicked tunes being produced and with the growing numbers of DJs mixing them, I felt inspired to make a few mixes myself and hopefully become part of that collective to spread this awesome sound.

I came about Rena Psibindi’s Psy-Sisters’ mission last year when I was about to start DJing; and thought that this is an absolute fun collective to be part of. I want to join in to celebrate the presence of female artists/DJs in the trance scene and get inspiration from them.

Please describe your sound(s).

My sound ranges between deep, psychedelic, industrial and spacey mood with chunky grooves.

What’s your favourite track to get the dancefloor moving at the moment?]

Hypogeo – ‘ Coma (Divine Source Rmx)’, DNA Frequencies, Uroboros Records.

What have been the highlights of your DJing career to date? And what goals do you have for the future?

It has been fun and enjoyable so far because I am still fresh. My goals – keep collecting music, keep motivated and get more exposure.

Despite there being an increasing number of female DJs, woman are still under-represented on most line-ups throughout the world. Why do you think this is?

Things are changing. There are more women now than before. It will take time to gain equality just like everything else but it’s definitely evolving.



With the recent Tory cuts hitting women harder financially than ever and the daily barrage of new rape and sexual abuse cases in the media, one could be forgiven for thinking feminism had never happened. Would you call yourself a feminist and if so, why/why not? What does feminism mean to you?

Rape and sexual abuse cases are the things I despise most in life. Reading all this horrendous news everyday make me so angry

Feminism for me means gaining equal rights and respect politically, economically and socially and I am striving for that in whatever I do.

Why do you choose to be/not to be a djane?

Djane just doesn’t make sense to me. Disc Jockey Ane? What does the “Ane” mean?

What are you looking forward to the most about the Psy-Sisters Launch Party at Union on Friday 17 May?

All the collaborative work – the music, décor and visuals coming together.

What else do you have planned for summer and the rest of 2013?

The same as the goals I have for the future – to keep collecting music, keep motivated and get more exposure

Finally, what’s your advice to any sisters reading this who’d like to start DJing?

Come and meet the collective as everyone is really supportive and encouraging.

Nuky



Name: Nuky

Music style(s): Psy trance

Country of origin: Switzerland

Started DJing: 2005

Greatest source of inspiration: My husband

Link(s): http://www.facebook.com/djnuky
https://soundcloud.com/dj-nuky
http://www.facebook.com/dirtysaffi
www.bomshanka.com



What inspired you start making music? Can you remember when you first fell in love with psychedelic music? For those reading this who don’t know you, please tell us a bit about your background and how it came about that you’re a Psy-Sister in London in May 2013.

I’m one of the core DJs of Bom Shanka, and I have been DJing for 8 years. My passion for electronic music comes since I was a teenager. I’ve always been completely in love with electronic music. I firstly started to listen to techno and house but when I discovered trance I was completely converted to it.

I’ve played at the some of the biggest festivals and parties, including Boom and Ozora, and compiled the ninth release on Bom Shanka music, that truly reflects my personality; the cd is called Bloodlines.

I have also been working in the studio for four years with my husband writing under the name Dirty Saffi. The Dirty Saffi album was released on the 22nd March 2013 and you can buy it directly from the Bomshanka website.

Psy-Sisters is a project of one of my best friends and she invite me to be part of it.

Please describe your sound(s). What’s your favourite track to get the dancefloor moving at the moment?

High energy psychedelic night time music, with high quality production! I have loads of favourite tracks so I couldn’t name one, but I have a few killer artists that I play that always rock the dancefloor like South Wild, Chris Rich and of course Dirty Saffi.

What have been the highlights of your DJing career to date? And what goals do you have for the future?

Boom and Ozora! To be able to live completely from music!

Despite there being an increasing number of female DJs, women are still under-represented on most line-ups throughout the world. Why do you think this is?

I don’t think that they are under-represented . . . This sounds too feminist! Women in general are not so much into technical stuff, consequently there are fewer women DJs on the scene! I think that women have the same opportunities as men, it’s not about what sex you are but how good your music is!



With the recent Tory cuts hitting women harder financially than ever and the daily barrage of new rape and sexual abuse cases in the media, one could be forgiven for thinking feminism had never happened. Would you call yourself a feminist and if so, why/why not? What does feminism mean to you?

Definitely not a feminist! We all have the same opportunities, the difference is the drive and ambition of each person.

Why do you choose to be/not to be a djane?

The term djane is naturally sexist and has i mention before is not about the sex but about the music.

What are you looking forward to the most about the Psy-Sisters Launch Party at Union on Friday 17 May?

I’m looking forward to see my sisters performing.

What else do you have planned for summer and the rest of 2013?

I’ll be playing at some of the most renowned festivals like Sonica, Ozora and Universo Parallelo, and some other upcoming festivals like Modem, Black Moon and Pearl. In between this loads of other gigs.

Finally, what’s your advice to any sisters reading this who’d like to start DJing?

Work hard, be nice to people and remember there are no limits.

Psibindi



Name: Psibindi

Music style(s): Full-on psy trance

Country of origin: UK

Started DJing: 2007

Greatest source of inspiration: Life, music, spirituality

Link(s): www.facebook.com/dj.psibindi
www.soundcloud.com/psibindi
www.facebook.com/dhunamusic
www.aphidrecords.com
www.dhuna.pl



What inspired you start making music? Can you remember when you first fell in love with psychedelic music? For those reading this who don’t know you, please tell us a bit about your background and how it came about that you’re a Psy-Sister in London in May 2013.

Music is in my soul! From five years old, I started to learn how to play instruments such as the recorder, clarinet, keyboard and percussion. Singing then followed . . . I was very inspired by popular music artists at that time. By 11 years old, I had already formed a band, started writing songs and recording in the studio.

I discovered psy trance 12 years ago. When I first heard this new psychedelic dance music, I was captivated by the pulsating rhythms and the way the electronic sounds had been manipulated. I felt like it was the new sound I had been waiting for.

I was very fortunate to have been introduced to Jules Hamer (Aphid Moon), Dick Trevor and Dariusz Stawicki (Dhuna). Their high standard of music production has been a great source of inspiration to me over the years, along with my beloved family Reshma and Roberto. I wouldn’t be a Psy-Sister without them.

Please describe your sound(s). What’s your favourite track to get the dancefloor moving at the moment?

For psy trance, deep and banging, fused with melodies and psy FX vocals.
I am also lead vocalist with psy-chill act Dhuna. I would describe our electronic sound as organic and ethnic!

The new forthcoming release on Aphid Records ‘ Outpost EP’ by Aphid Moon and Paul Taylor promises to be an exciting new style! I can’t wait to blast their tunes!

What have been the highlights of your DJing career to date? And what goals do you have for the future?

There have been many highlights! Signing to Aphid Records and joining Dhuna. Playing at VuuV main stage last year, opening Transition Festival, landing a dj residency with Red Dust in Spain, and of course forming Psy-Sisters!

This year is about fulfilling goals . . . I am touring this summer (as Psibindi and with Dhuna) and will be playing at quite a few festivals and events around Europe. I am also in the final stages of building my studio. I am very much looking forward to starting work on my live set!

Despite there being an increasing number of female DJs, woman are still under-represented on most line-ups throughout the world. Why do you think this is?

This has been the culture for many years, but I do now believe this is changing and we will start seeing a larger representation of women behind the decks.



With the recent Tory cuts hitting women harder financially than ever and the daily barrage of new rape and sexual abuse cases in the media, one could be forgiven for thinking feminism had never happened. Would you call yourself a feminist and if so, why/why not? What does feminism mean to you?

I wouldn’t call myself a feminist. I just believe in equality for all! Times are now tougher than ever before and people are struggling to survive on a daily basis. Rape and sexual abuse cases are now being highlighted more because they are a cancer in society and it needs to stop.

Why do you choose to be/not to be a djane?

I don’t believe the term djane actually means anything? DJ means Disk Jockey. This doesn’t have any reference to the sex of the person, so I am not sure where djane has come from!

What are you looking forward to the most about the Psy-Sisters Launch Party at Union on Friday 17 May?

The original concept of Psy-Sisters was to collaborate with female friends and throw a killer party for the scene! I am really proud that we have managed to fulfill this goal! I want to thank all the sisters who have been involved in this project! I am really looking forward to seeing a lot of friends, listening to some great music and partying like we all know how!

What else do you have planned for summer and the rest of 2013?

My international tour, working on my next Psibindi EP and live set and also a forthcoming album with Dhuna! I’m also really looking forward to playing at Twisted Dimensions ‘ Binary Star’ party in Malta and Red Dust’s Connection 2013 open air in Spain!

Finally, what’s your advice to any sisters reading this who’d like to start DJing?

You need to be passionate about music and dedicated. It’s a long road!
Select a few tracks that you love, listen to them thoroughly and understand the feel and structure. Practice beat matching, EQ and mixing. Record your mixes and listen back to them, as it’s good to hear where you need to improve. It’s worth practicing with an experienced DJ to get you started!

Renegade DJ



Name: Renegade DJ

Music style(s): Progressive & full on psy trance (132–145 bpm)

Country of origin: South Africa

Started DJing: Started mixing hard house on vinyl back in 1999, picked up psy trance on CDJs in 2008

Greatest source of inspiration:

The years and years I spent on the dusty dance floors of the world. I always craft my sets based on this ‘ dancefloor experience’ – imagining what track I would like to be hearing and dancing to at a particular time of day or night. The recipe seems to work very well for me!

Link(s): https://www.facebook.com/pages/Renegade-DJ/159966536533
https://soundcloud.com/renegadedj
http://www.mixcloud.com/renegade_dj/
Twitter: @RenegadeDJMusic


Renegade DJ debut set, Cape Town 2008


What inspired you start making music? Can you remember when you first fell in love with psychedelic music? For those reading this who don’t know you, please tell us a bit about your background and how it came about that you’re a Psy-Sister in London in May 2013.

I was first introduced to dance music at the very young age of 16, when I attended my first rave. I was instantly hooked on it, and started collecting CDs and EPs. I even had a ‘ list’ that I would carry around with me, and whenever I heard a song I really liked I would politely tap the DJ on the shoulder and ask them what the song was called so I could add it to my list! Then I would go down to the local record store and dig out all the tracks on vinyl. I still have a small collection of some of my favourite tracks on vinyl, in storage in Cape Town.

It was in 1999 that a friend of mine who was a very prominent house DJ in South Africa at the time, Nick E Louder, taught me the basics behind beat mixing and using turntables. Another friend had turntables at her flat, and on weekends we used to mix for hours and hours on end. Since I had such a love for music and an ear for good tracks, plus a collection that has been growing for years, I fell in love with DJing, and always thought maybe someday I could play to a crowd and imagined how awesome it would be!

I attended my first psy trance party in Cape Town in 2001. To be completely honest, I wasn’t convinced at first! I was still a bit of a clubber in high heels at the time (LOL), and it took me a few years to really get into psy trance. But eventually I ditched the heels, and about two years later I was completely sold and was attending almost every outdoor party. This was at the time when psy trance was really taking off in South Africa, and we were blessed to have parties in exquisite locations every other weekend. Needless to say, I was also collecting psy music – I think the first CD I bought was Zoo by Skazi. My, how times (and music) have changed!

The affinity for djing and the love for the music always stuck with me. My neighbour at the time was a DJ, he had CDJs and was always suggesting I come round and he would show me how they work. So one day I took him up on his offer, knocked on his door and showed me which buttons did what. It took a little bit of practice, but the concept of beat mixing had stuck with me from the vinyl days, and once I figured out the mechanics of CDJs, the rest was easy. A few months later I managed to scrape together enough money to buy my own pair of CDJ 100s and a mixer, and would mix in my bedroom whenever I had a chance. I had decided to make it happen, and lucky for me I knew enough people in the scene in Cape Town, who could help make the dream a reality.

With the help of a few of these friends, I recorded my first demo in September 2009, and in October, hosted my first party, which featured an all-female line-up – and this was my first time playing to a crowd. The party was a huge success, and I got the opportunity to show people who Renegade was and what she could do. For the next few months, I played small parties in and around Cape Town, and managed to move up the ranks quite quickly, which was amazing for me and proved to myself that this was the path I was meant to be on!

In 2010 I relocated to London, and in a way had to start from the bottom rung again, to the London scene I was just a nobody with some headphones and a CD case – I had a lot to prove! But I continued to work hard, playing every gig I could, just to get my name out there. Finally in 2012 after two years of hard graft, Shane Gobi signed me to Alchemy Records, which was a massive accomplishment for me. Through attending/DJing at parties, I met Psibindi, who is the brains behind the Psy Sisters concept. I was very pleased when she approached me and asked me to be a part of the initiative, and I am really looking forward to our launch party! Hopefully it will be the start of something big and beautiful!

Please describe your sound(s). What’s your favourite track to get the dancefloor moving at the moment?

I play daytime full on, ranging around 142–145 bpm, which includes artists like Outsiders, Attik, Sonic Species, Headroom etc, and progressive – which can range anywhere from a slower, more melodic opener around 132 bpm, to a faster, driving progressive slammer at anything up to 140 bpm. Lately I have been playing mostly progressive sets, it seems to be what I am getting booked for most often, which I don’t mind as there is so much really good progressive being released lately.

My favourite track at the moment to get people going, would be anything by Coming Soon (very fat and chunky!) or ‘Indian Jackpot’ by Sub6 (Zen Mechanics remix).

What have been the highlights of your djing career to date? And what goals do you have for the future?

The highlight for me would be playing to my home crowd in Cape Town this past December. I was out there for six weeks, and played numerous gigs at indoor and outdoor parties. It was the first time I had played there since I left in 2010, and it was great for me to be able to show them all back home what I have achieved since I moved to London. And quite special looking into the crowd and seeing the smiling faces and bouncing bodies of all your mates, cheering you on! My goal in the coming years is to play at some of the European festivals, and ultimately Brazil!


Renegade DJ @ The End of The World Party, Cape Town 2012 by Aumega Photography


Why do you choose to be/not to be a djane?

I hate the term djane. To me, it tries to distinguish between male and female DJs on paper, which is a trend that has reared its ugly head of late. I don’t see why festival organisers feel the need to do this – it’s almost as if they are trying to alert the public to drop their expectations before they have even heard the girl play, “cos she’s a girl, you know, don’t expect too much . . .”
I prefer to not be identifiable as a female DJ just by name – it keeps an element of surprise!

What are you looking forward to the most about the Psy-Sisters Launch Party at Union on Friday 17 May?

It’s going to be a great night! I can’t wait to see all of the group’s hard work of the last few months finally coming to fruition! And I am really looking forward to playing the closing set, I have an awesome set lined up to close the party with a big bang!

Finally, what’s your advice to any sisters reading this who’d like to start DJing?

Master the art of beat matching before anything else! Good beat matching (or shall I say perfect) will build a solid base for your mixes, once you have this skill mastered you can start being creative with how you mix your tracks together. KNOW your music. Listen to tracks you want to play over and over again, it really helps to know a song backwards when you are trying to build a set, it will take the pressure off doing a mix if you know exactly when a track is going to drop. And always have a few ‘backup’ tracks in your CD case, ones that you know well and that are easy to mix, you never know when you might need to use them!

Sol Shine



Name: Sol Shine

Music style(s): Psy trance, psy dub

Country of origin: Spain

Greatest source of inspiration: My greatest source of inspiration is artists who make a difference in the world through their music.

Link(s): http://groundfeel.wix.com/djsolshine#!contact/c16fm
https://soundcloud.com/sol-shine-23



What inspired you start making music? Can you remember when you first fell in love with psychedelic music? For those reading this who don’t know you, please tell us a bit about your background and how it came about that you’re a Psy-Sister in London in May 2013.

What inspired me to make music was my aim to make people happy and help them forget their problems for a while. I first fell in love with psychedelic music when I came to London in the ’90s and felt spiritual union, peace and love at psy parties.

My background consists of working as a media professional presenting television and radio shows. I began my journey as a DJ when I first arrived in London and met the team behind Point Blank Recording Studios in the year 2000. From that moment on I began DJing in the UK and around the world. I also often feature in films and commercials, sometimes DJing as myself DJ Sol Shine in them.

Rena Psibindi is a good friend of mine. One day we began to discuss organising a party together, she then invited me to collaborate and be one of the ‘ Psy-Sisters’ at our first event on 17th May 2013.

Please describe your sound(s). What’s your favourite track to get the dancefloor moving at the moment?

My sounds are very psychedelic and uplifting, something that projects lots of happy energy.
I don’t have a favourite track, there’s so many artists producing amazing sounds to get the dance floor moving.

What have been the highlights of your DJing career to date? And what goals do you have for the future?

The highlight of my DJing career was playing in fantastic festivals at Boom, India and South Africa to mention a few magical moments. My goal for the future is traveling around the world doing what I love, which is DJing to make people happy.

Despite there being an increasing number of female DJs, woman are still under-represented on most line-ups throughout the world. Why do you think this is?

Female DJs are increasing and the reason for it I would say, is that equipment has become far more compact these days and the media have made it popular.



Why do you choose to be/not to be a djane?

I choose to be a DJ because I love music and it’s an excellent way to travel and meet interesting people from all walks of life.

What are you looking forward to the most about the Psy-Sisters Launch Party at Union on Friday 17 May?

At the Psy-Sisters Launch Party I’m looking forward to transmit fun, unity and cool female energy.

What else do you have planned for summer and the rest of 2013?

For the rest of the summer and 2013 I will be working on elevating my music brand and playing in various parties around Europe.

Finally, what’s your advice to any sisters reading this who’d like to start DJing?

My advice to any female who’d like to start DJing is to be confident and go for it, it’s a wonderful, exciting self-employed career.



Join the Psy-Sisters FB page for news and updates.

For more information about the Psy-Sisters Launch Party @Union on Friday 17 May check out the FB event page.

Intro by Anu Sharma. Psy-Sisters artwork by Sati and Kraken. Photos by Aumega Photography, Carmen Lorraine Photography, Graybo (Astral Circus), Lara Aisha (Transition) and Karolina Joisan (Dhuna). Not to be reproduced without permission.




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More: Psy Sisters are proud to present their first London party! So get ready for an exciting extravaganza as we welcome in the Aquarian Age and rise of the Sacred Feminine!

From home-grown London talents to artists from Europe, South Africa, Asia and beyond – female producers, DJs, VJs, décor teams and performance artists will be converging to bring you an awesome light-visual-sound experience. Are you ready?
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Region: London
Music: Psy Trance.
DJ's: Psibindi (Aphid Records), UK
http://soundcloud.com/psibindi

Nuky (Bom Shanka Music), Portugal
http://soundcloud.com/dj-nuky

Sati (Psy-Sushi), Poland
http://soundcloud.com/djanesati

GeliKa - (Purple Hexagon Records), Spain
http://soundcloud.com/insanecreatures

Amethyst (Mutagen Records), South Africa
http://soundcloud.com/amethyst_dj

Renegade DJ (Alchemy Records), South Africa
http://soundcloud.com/renegadedj

Miss Piskey (Arkona Creation), UK
http://soundcloud.com/misspiskey

Sol Shine (Universal Love), Spain
http://soundcloud.com/sol-shine-23

Kraken (Synthesis Project), Malaysia
http://soundcloud.com/dj_kraken

- Deco: Lunar Feline (www.youarethecat.com) & InOrbit
- Visuals: VJ Radiance (www.vjradiance.com)

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Comments:

From: Gordon Darley on 15th May 2013 16:22.28
I might have to start stalking a couple of these beauts.


From: PSYLICIOUS on 15th May 2013 16:28.08
Will be a great event, a great concept that is well organised, orchestrated and executed! Fantastic!!!

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