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NAME: Christalyn Concha aka Chrystalline
STYLE: Soulful, Ethnic, Latin, Tribal, Percussive, Funky, Disco, Progressive, Gospel House
CITIES DJED: Ubud, Mexicali, Maui, Honolulu, Big Island, Mount Shasta, San Francisco, Chicago, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Denver, Albuquerque, Lincoln, Lawrence, St Louis, Kansas City, Omaha, Taos, Santa Fe, Los Lunas, Los Cruses, Los Vegas
RESIDENCIES: Sauce, Fire, Rebar, Paramount, Levitate, Light Club, Dragon's empire, El Monte, Shine, El Gamal, KTAOS, Taos Mesa Brewing, Caffe Tazza, The BassMint
When it comes to the New Mexico dance music scene, DJ Chrystalline is undoubtedly on the top of the list. Having brought many dancers to release themselves through her signature style of FUN-ky soul moving rhythms, Chrystalline is both a dj and vocalist.
Under her production company, LadyDjs, Chrystalline has produced or co-hosted events that brought names such as Ben Watt, Mark Farina, Miguel Migs, Heather, Tortured Soul, Woody McBride, Dayhota, Justin Long, Ra-Soul, Roy Davis Jr., Keith MacKenzie, King Britt, The Scumfrog, Spettro, Demarkus Lewis, and Lady D. Chrystalline has Djed at all the top clubs throughout New Mexico and toured both nationally and internationally. From Hawaii to Bali, Indonesia she carries her message of "Free the Booty" with enthusiasm and joy.
Chrystalline has worked with Chicago house pioneer, Roy Davis Jr., where she performed vocals for the track, “I Love You So.” She’s also recorded vocals for Ion on “Bliss,” with Ryan Leon on “Free the Booty” & “One in the Music,” and wrote and co-produced “He Loves Me” with Jeff Omidvaran.
Being an advocate of women in the music industry, Chrystalline founded ladydjs.com to support the national female DJ scene. And while this female DJ has been rocking the decks since 2001, it is her passion and creative outlook on music and art that sets her apart from the norm. “When the men of my tribe drum and sing and the women dance in unison, there is an amazing serge of energy, and a feeling of community,” according to Chrystalline’s bio. “It’s a very similar interaction at a gathering with a DJ and the crowd – when everyone is feeling the same beat and there is that sense of community for that moment you aren’t focusing on what divides you, there is a common connection that is so powerful. It's much like heaven."
Nicknamed the “Rhythm Ambassador” by dance fanatics, Julia Daye is a global house DJ in wild love with dance and timeless rhythm. Crowds can’t help but move to these hearty grooves as her rich musical journeys defy time and locale, symphonizing a globe of age-old vibrant humanity into one moving expression of beat.
A catalyst for dance spaces across New York City since 2012, Julia is the founder of the Brooklyn-based community dance and DJ project, Movement is Free, spinning at festivals and venues across the US, including the FIGMENT Festival in New York City, Sister Winds Festival, StarTribe Fest, and Tribal Visions.
In 2014, Julia co-founded the ongoing DJ dance party series, Rhythm Nation as well as Taos, New Mexico’s first Ecstatic Dance chapter. Julia moves dancefloors at festivals, clubs, events, and private parties. She has shared the stage with such greats as Kaminanda, Desert Dwellers, Planewalker and many others. A vibrant pillar in the get-down-and-get-sweaty scene, Julia Daye offers a shaking soundspace that is guaranteed to make your cells bounce.
A lifelong dancer, Julia comes from the traditions of West African Traditional Dance and Drum, Contemporary Movement, Movement Improvisation, and Gabrielle Roth’s 5 Rhythms. She attended the Eastman School of Music, the University of Ghana School of Performing Arts, and the New York State Writers Institute. As a solo artist, Julia’s performance embodies the breadth of human experience and expression, arriving on stage in unrestrained exploration of wildness, joy, darkness, freedom, and body