In addition to being extremely attractive, Ruby Rose is an MTV VJ and outspoken feminist who burst out of the closet at just 12 years old and has been wreaking havoc on hearts and undies ever since. Last month Ruby Rose’s sexxx life captured out hearts and minds yet again when Ruby admitted sexing up Demi Lovato.
But Ruby Rose has been having a rough go of it lately. This spring she took a break from work to deal with her chronic depression. Something tells me that depression and drama won’t keep Ruby Rose out of the spotlight for long: She’s a survivor.
Home: New York City
Georgie Okell is a British DJ and VICE contributor who briefly stalked Lena Dunham. After recently moving from London to NYC, Georgie joined East Village Radio as the host of “Pop Goes The Future,” a weekly two hour segment of new pop and future indie. As a live DJ, she’s performed at parties for Mulberry, Pamflet and British Fashion Weekend at Somerset House.
Sign: Virgo on the Leo cusp (Kim insisted you know about the cusp)
In addition to being ½ of BOOBYTRAP, Kim Anh is a jet-setting DJ, producer, and composer who has shared the bill with LCD Soundsystem, Sam Sparrow, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Hercules & Love Affair. Together with DJ Anon, Kim Anh is part of Saint Le Roq, a musical project influenced by classic house, new wave, disco and post-punk music that uses analog synthesizers, guitars, vocals and other live instrumentation to create a resonant signature sound.
Kim Anh has also been embraced by the fashion world. YSL Runway, Flaunt magazine, LA County Museum of Art and NBC’s The Voice have all employed Kim Anh as a resident DJ. In 2012 Kim Anh’s remix of Sam Sparrow’s “Happiness” went platinum and hit #1 on the European Pop & Dance charts.
Home: New York City
A staple on the Brooklyn scene since 2007, Ayn Rand plays an eclectic spectrum of music including twerk, infectious dance pop, and occasionally some dark ass techno. When Ayn Rand produces, she pulls from the minimal and German techno scenes and influences such as Andy Stott, Ben Klock, NHK’Koyxeи, Ancient Methods and Blondes. Women who like women dressed in black scramble to attend the parties for which Ayn Rand DJs. These include The Witches Of Bushwick, a “creative think tank” and “concept hub” (good lord, Brooklyn!) that creates and produces platforms, whatever the hell that means. Basically they’re super cool and do cool shit and if I did live in NYC, I would adore being part of the Bushwick Coven.
As the resident DJ for Witches, DJ will be playing at Bizarre for the CREEP album release party.