According to a press release: “Her success as a queer woman in house music is particularly refreshing—especially now, where this music that was created by the LGBTQ and minority communities in Chicago has since been taken over by cis, mostly white, males. In her climb to success, she’s been an instrumental force in shifting focus back to where house came from—and injecting some diversity back into in a genre once defined by it. She offers a unique perspective on dance music that is lacking in today’s landscape.”
She’s livestreaming on Wednesday, so see what all the fuss is about for yourself.
Tune in at 9 p.m. PT on Wednesday, November 25 via Twitch.