The Black Madonna’s first record, “Exodus” was an anthem to a concentrated pool of Chicago house aficionados, passed person to person for nearly three years before anyone outside of the city ever heard it. Its champions now range from the esteemed Little White Earbuds blog to fellow Smart Bar resident, Derrick Carter, who debuted “Exodus” to the rest of the world on the mainstage at Movement 2012.The Black Madonna’s catalog of current and upcoming releases includes labels such as Freerange, Home Taping is Killing Music, Argot, Stripped and Chewed and File Under Disco (from the Disco Deviance family). Since the debut release on S&C, The Black Madonna has been remixed by The Revenge (forthcoming) and Nicholas, while releasing a bestselling split with Chicago disco master DJ Rahaan. Support for these initial releases includes Ashley Beedle, Dimitri From Paris, Jacques Renault, Luke Solomon, Derrick Carter, 6th Borough Project, Jimpster and many more. In December of 2012, along with Derrick Carter and Frankie Knuckles, she was announced as one of the new 2013 residents at Chicago’s legendary institution, Smart Bar. A sublime technician behind the decks, The Black Madonna is known for fluent and dynamic all-vinyl appearances, which span from disco to techno.