"This mix is about being a transwoman and the stages of grief when we lose one of our sisters." —@precolumbian
I first heard about precolumbian because she was originally intended to play our showcase in Philly a couple years back but had to pull out because of scheduling, so thankfully Dj Haram reintroduced us to her and her arresting sets. They tell a story and this mix is no different. It’s a reactive 40 minutes, a visceral journey that leaves you more woke than when you started. As she explains below this mix is about being a transwoman and the violence that is inflicted on transwomen daily, a more than pressing issue, an urgent issue that we need to wake up to reality of. Check out her mix and Q+A below:
Tell us about this mix:
This mix is about being a transwoman and the stages of grief when we lose one of our sisters.
When did you start DJing?
I started DJing like 10 years ago.
West Philly house party.
Favorite party ever played:
Cumbiasazo in Chicago.
DJ Haram & BEARCAT <3
everyone producing Lil Uzi Vert right now.
Pet peeve when DJing:
A bad sound system.
What’s the best compliment you’ve ever gotten?
Place you’d like to play:
Something you want everyone to know about you:
Intro ft. Juliana Huxtable
111x - Aggressions
Pobvio x Lechuga Zafiro - Riti Drone
?????? - Batukada Ha
Tomas Urquieta x Imaabs - Banbra
NKC - BDT150
Leonce - Marimba Track
Suda - Idiopath
Chaotic Mess - Rivalry
Angel-Ho - CLOCCC
Superficie - Hélice
Wolf & Witnessing - Acapulco (Kablam Remix)
:3LON - Many Moons (Marcelline & MIGHTHAUNT Remix)
Grovestreet - Untitled
NUNU - IMU