The Bathhouse is one of London's forgotten historical treasures. After being transformed back to its former Victorian glory it is now well established as one of London's most extraordinary venues and is now host to an extraordinary night of all girl DJ's - not the type that have borrowed their boyf's records.... these ladies know their stylus from their stiletto!!
womso (jitterbug / family affair) - disco set
Anja Womso grew up in Bronx, NYC - a city which has as central a place in music history, but originally is from Moscow, Russia, where she returned in 1990 after the "perestroika" and started to play music in 2002.
Influenced from classical music to experimental electro, her sets are groovy and eclectic.
After visiting London for the first time in 2005 and discovering the joys of underground dance music and clubbing, she decides to move here in 2006 and launches KGB Polonium Sushi Project and weekly minimal boat parties the same year.
In 2007 Anja took part in the Winter Music Conference in Miami with a freshly recorded "wonderland" mix (http://soundcloud.com/womso/wonderland) which was aired on Portuguese Radio and followed by an american debut in Key Bar, NYC.
Womso is Wonders Of Minimal SOund, a result of the minimalistic russian clubbing scene and residency in 2007 at Minibar, Moscow uderground minimal techno venue.
2008 was a year of deep-house with regular invites Movida, Platinum and Egg.
The summer of 2009 Anja spent in the South of France with gigs at Radio Monaco (http://soundcloud.com/womso/new-disco and http://soundcloud.com/womso/new-disco-mix) and various local venues such as Bliss, Ghost, Duplex and Brasserie De Monaco.
Currently based in London, Anja is producing bootlegs (http://soundcloud.com/womso/let-me-show-you-groove and http://soundcloud.com/womso/dancing-people), making sounds for swiss watch and russian organic food campaigns (http://soundcloud.com/womso/organic-life), contemporary art and fashion shows and promoting her own party - "jitterbug".
Womso is known well for her relentless disco sets which have brought many to the dance floor and made many venues come alive!
SUZE ROSSER (GEISHA)
A love for clubbing forged a love for djing for Suze Rosser. Growing up on the island of Jersey, Suze’s passion for dance music came alive. Not wanting to pigeonhole herself, her style leans towards House, Techno and Tech-house Suze's energy and enthusiasm behind the decks is apparent and has been described as a ‘fantastic, discerning and technically perfect dj’. Already making waves after just almost a year in London, Suze has gigged at Ministry Of Sound, The Den, Cargo, East Village and various Dalston venues and also made her way into in this months DJ Mag!
Suze has played along side DJ's such as Paul Woolford, Heidi, Mistress De Funk, Jo Jo De Freq and Smokin Jo to name a few.
Known within the industry as a successful promoter after her night Hustle moves into it's third year, 2010 has seen Suze launch another night along side International female DJ Lottie in London and Ibiza called Geisha. Geisha is an all female driven outfit and they intend to "Inspire and innovate females through music".
NATALIE COLEMAN (MOOCH)
Over the past year or so Nat’s name has been on the flyer of almost every London party worth its salt. Nat’s residency at Terry Hart’s Redlight Afterhours has given her a platform on which to build a reputation for consistently delivering the goods. Adding to this with a slot at Booka Shade's Album Launch, Jaded and regular appearances for Genius, HouseFM and other London underground parties, she has cemented her place as one of London’s rapidly rising stars.
Entering into promotion Nat, alongside fellow resident and Co-Promoter Yellowcake, created Mooch. Since its inception in January 2009 Mooch has consistently been rated as the only place to spend your Saturday night in Shoreditch by Time Out Magazine and Mixmag.
Nat’s technical prowess and ability to work a crowd has taken her to some of London's elite venues including T-Bar, Koko, Public life, Cable, Horse & Groom, Cargo, Herbal, The Lightbox, Corisca Studios.