JANUARY 8

 

HONEY DIJON

Although we think of her as New York City's own, Battle Hymn Resident Honey DIjon is  a native of the Windy City who was first inspired by the legendary house sounds of such dj pioneers such as Ron Hardy, Derrick Carter, Mark Farina, Green Velvet, and Frankie Knuckles. Honey has recently become prolific in the studio with original production as well as slew of remixes. Currently she has tracks out on Skint Records, Toolroom, and a mix compilation on Classic Records.

 Honey Dijon's brazen style blends all genres without looking to the past. She captivates with her instinct, versatile sound and dazzles the club and fashion circuit in London, Paris, and New York. Seducing club-goers with her unique sound mixing classic house and disco, techno and tech house all over the world, she has become a must-see dj around the world. 

OCCUPY THE DISCO

A New York-based DJ collective made up of Tad Haes, DJ RuBot, and Josh Appelbau, Occupy The Disco has one simple mission: to re-unite the New York gay community through underground dance music. The group started in 2011 with the mission to re-connect New York's LGBTQ community with the ever evolving underground dance music culture as well as celebrate the rich music history within the gay community. OXD's musical repertoire spans from techno to disco; they have an appreciation for the past with an eye towards the future.

Occupy The Disco maintains residencies at Le Bain at The Standard, High Line and the303 at Louie and Chan. Additionally, OXD has performed at Good Room, Santos Party House, No. 8, Fire Island Pines' Pavilion, and at parties such as Ladyfag's 11:11, Brüt, The Carry Nation, Trippin' on the Moon, and Nouveau York.