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Qzen is a native San Franciscan with over a decade of DJ experience. Starting with drum & bass, she now plays somewhere between house, techno, and bassy business. It’s not as much about genres as it is keeping you happy on the dance floor and her happy exposing fresh music. Her love of what she does shines through her selection, and her knowledge of music runs deep.
In 2004, she appeared on her first record, contributing vocals to the tech-house hit “Sweat (On The Walls)” by John Tejada, released on Steve Bug’s Poker Flat (re-released in 2011 with new remixes as Poker Flat Classics 001). In 2008, she joined 40 Thieves, and their cover of “Don’t Turn It Off” for Germany’s Permanent Vacation continues to spread its magic years later.
She debuted a live set in June 2009 and played both Decibel Festival in Seattle and MUTEK Ar in Buenos Aires that year. In 2010, she collaborated with Mossa for a live set at MUTEK Montreal. Her collaboration with Sacha Robotti, a house track called “Fotograf,” was released on Berlin’s Klasse Recordings in July 2011.
She’s currently living in Berlin, working on collaborations, remixes, and original material. For further info and mixes, see http://qzen.dj.