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Gossamer Swatch Sessions: Star Eyes Edition
Time-length-icon 45m 58s
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Publish-date-icon October 12, 2011
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Brooklyn Queen of Heavy Bass Star Eyes is known for throwing down raw, dirty underground tracks, from grime bangers to ghetto house, Miami bass classics to speaker-rattling dubstep stormers.
Spinning for more than 15 years, this veteran bad girl has always loved low-end—she was one of first female drum & bass DJs in the US (and a resident of S.F.’s long-running Eklektic night) as well as half of the Syrup Girls (called “New York’s best-kept secret” by New Yorker music critic Sasha Frere-Jones).
Star Eyes has played all over the world, from the Vans Warped Tour to Sonar Festival, from London’s famed Fabric to Berlin squats, from Cape Town to Burning Man, and opened for such acts as Diplo, Moby, AFI, The XX, The Streets, and Girl Talk. In 2006, Drop the Lime and Star Eyes founded the now world-famous Trouble & Bass crew/record label, which also includes AC Slater, The Captain, and affiliates worldwide.
In June 2009, the Trouble & Bass label released her first EP, Disappear, featuring a mix of goth and rave influences whipped into a style she calls “haunted house.” Since then she has unleashed more tracks for the label, including "Cry Baby," her White Gloves EP, and her forthcoming The Night EP (October/November 2011). She has also released remixes for Michna, Creep, Hussle Club, Hanuman, Riviera, Lil’ Tal, and Funerals, as well as several goth/industrial mixes (in conjunction with Psychic TV and Death in June, respectively) for Brooklyn clothing company Mishka NYC, whom she's sponsored by. Star Eyes vocals also appear on tracks by John B (Beta Recordings) and Passions (Kitsuné), and she is the former editor-in-chief of the music magazine XLR8R.

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