When it comes to fandom, nothing says super-fan like drawing your fave celebs, or in this case, DJs.
Local legend Luen Jacobs has dished up an array of bad-but-good and scarily accurate drawings of some of her – and our – favourite selectors.
The Sydney based artist is just about to kick-start a nationwide tour, and has even drawn her own poster which you can peruse below.
For now though, check her drawings of the likes of Bradley Zero, The Black Madonna and even local head Adi Toohey. What’s your fave?
My most listened to podcast is Bradley Zero‘s rhythm section radio show on NTS, both because of the discoveries and the relaxo nature of the music and his soothing radio voice.
Jad & The
Jad & The is my favourite producer right now. Lucky for me he’s putting out so much music, a new EP this week, one last month and apparently he’s got more music on the way. Favourite song – Love Tool. He also runs his own label and podcast with Dom Bird called Beats Of No Nation.
The Black Madonna
The Black Madonna‘s tunes are a sure thing on dance floors, no wonder her touring schedule is as intense as it is. If you have solid productions people are gonna roll up to your shows, then she backs it up with a fuck off performance. Vibe.
Armand Van Helden
Armand Van Helden. My guilty pleasure. Guilty pleasure is the wrong way to put it actually, if you don’t like Armand van Helden you’re foolin’ yourself. YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW MEEEE…
Adi Toohey is my housemate and I am still yet to make my whole way through her record collection. It’s large. My favourite time watching her play was warming up for Project Pablo, I danced so hard i nearly spewed.
I heard Ben UFO drop Jagos by Christian S, downloaded the song, then downloaded all of Christian S’s music and have never looked back.
I saw Shanti Celest play at the Pool Hall for Rhythm Section in London last year and became a fan. Her last 2-track record has been making appearances in my sets quite a lot lately.
Watched Move D play one morning in the hight of my Berghain high and swore I’d do anything to see him play again. My dream was achieved in the hot box last year in Sydney on a Wednesday night to a small audience. Completely different vibe, same fantastic feels.
Be sure to catch Luen on the wheels of steel at any of the following dates,