BEATSWORKIN return to the H Bar and Club for a special spring party with the amazing REBEKAH headlining. The Techno and House dj is one of the best female djs around. Her sets have wowed the crowds at clubs all over the world and her amazing Global Gathering sets have been talked about for months after the event. Many other top djs from the south-east are joining the line up including debut sets for Beatsworkin from Rich Archaic aka Rich Thomas (Science), Ant Prescot, Ben Lennox and one of Londons finest funk/soul and rare groove djs: Stoney M who will be kicking things off in the bar.
There are advance tix for sale at just £5 per person and MOTD
Rebekah’s passion is burning bright for techno and electronic music, inspired by Dave Clarke, Derrick Carter, Richie Hawtin and Billy Nasty in her teens at the legendary Que Club in Birmingham.
She has recently played at MOS, Fabric, Back to Basics, Atomic Jam, Public Life, Guendalina Italy, Coolhouse, Shindig, Awakenings and Exit.
Her residency in Birmingham for the Eclectricity events has seen her play for Cocoon parties alongside Sven Vath, Dubfire, Loco Dice, Marco Carola and Luciano. Rebekah has also become a regular feature at Global Gathering warming up in the Circo Loco, Cocoon and M-nus Arenas consecutively, the latter being one of the standout sets of 2010 for the whole of the festivals.
Currently Rebekah has forthcoming remixes and singles on renowned labels Naked Lunch, Manual Music, Stolen Moments and Autan. As well as working on these, Rebekah produces her essential techno monthly podcast series 'Re-Dezined', which features latest music and mixes from guests and the artist herself. Revolutionary online broadcaster, B@TV, has Rebekah as a bi-monthly resident, where she can be found opening for some of the world’s biggest artists.
In a world where promo reactions count for nothing, Rebekahs recent tracks have been road tested by none other than Richie Hawtin himself, Flirting with Death has been found in his sets in recent months. Along with her new Manual Music remix which has been hammered out by Sandwell District over the summer in their festival live shows. Proving that the quality of Rebekahs production skills has started to be taken notice by her peers.
Rebekah has joined the Akai Pro artist family where she has developed her live set using Akai’s APC40. Akai are not the only company to recognise the efforts of Rebekah, who also proudly holds a sponsorship by DC Clothing.
Today Rebekah is developing a new live show and working on a concept EP for Belgium label Coincidence Records, and also in the beginning stages of setting up her own label with fellow Birmingham producer Dark Chambers. All of which will be released to the public within the next six months. The future definitely is bright and the diary packed for this little lady of techno and minimal. Anyone that has seen her play out live knows first hand that there are no gimmicks or clichés about this DJ, just unadulterated raw talent and a passion for the music she plays.