, whose keen focus on authentic communication has made her one of the more original and colourful artists to be active in multiple media and will be appearing at the . True to her namesake, she has followed her own star by choosing to integrate a number of different influences – performance / body art, progressive rock and metal, and electronic dance music – into a single eclectic, but coherent, personality.
Fans of Lady Gaga will know Lady Starlight as the opening performer for the last three Lady Gaga tours, including the acclaimed 2014 ArtRave tour whose UK shows sold out within minutes of being announced. As a long-standing friend of Lady Gaga’s, Lady Starlight saw the tours not as a quick cash-in opportunity, but as a real chance to preach the gospel of techno to the unconverted; bringing it to a fresh audience who may not have found it otherwise.
This enthusiasm for bringing essential information to new audiences has led her to spotlight the qualities of intensity and emotiveness that electronic dance music shares in common with the cultures of heavy metal and progressive rock – something which places her in the very limited company of genre bending DJs like Regis or Russell Haswell. While this cultural cachet would be enough to give most individuals a lifetime’s worth of bragging rights, she still has her roots firmly planted in the fertile soil of techno.
She has had her activities closely followed by major scene journals like DJ Times and Electronic Beats, and has had successful engagements at the scene’s most prestigious events: The 2017 CTM Festival at Berghain, Krakow’s Unsound Festival, appearances at the Boiler Room and much more. For three years now, she has also been involved in a live collaboration with renowned DJ / producer Anthony Child a.k.a. Surgeon, whom she struck up a friendship with after he was witness to one of the aforementioned ArtRave ‘shout out’ sessions in Birmingham. Having already provided live performance art for the British Murder Boys – the take-no-prisoners, sharp-edged duo of Surgeon and Regis – she now turns her attention towards a more explicitly musical partnership. She has also collaborated with Perc Trax mainstay Truss on a hybrid ‘decks & hardware’ live show, with Truss doing the DJing in a kind of role reversal between the performers. Another bold step forward is about to take place as she releases her debut record for Stroboscopic Artefacts, Lucy’s sophisticated outlet for electronic music and art. Supporting acts: Edycted and Jason Voon
: Bangunan Ming Annexe, 9, Jalan Ampang, KL: Entry is RM60 all night long.
They are excited to return, pushing the radical sounds of the underground. Be prepared for non-conformity and a quality night with no pretences.Technologue is all about bringing you the raw nocturnal energy that is the spirit of techno as they pay homage to the 4/4 sounds that was better chronicled in warehouses during the late 90s and early 2000s. Make no mistake that you will be hearing quality cuts that range from classics to new from our DJ’s all night long. They go from deep to funky. Tribal to industrial. Soulful to hard. All in the promise of good techno.See you in the basement!