London drum 'n' bass collective Rupture is working workshops for girls and non-binary DJs

London collective Rupture has introduced the launch of EQ50, a collection of workshops encouraging girls and non-binary folks to get entangled within the drum 'n' bass group.

“Drum 'n' bass is often monopolised by males and we’d wish to take steps in shifting that paradigm,” mentioned EQ50 founder, Mantra. “The goal of the occasion is to have an area the place girls can get collectively, share concepts and community.”

The launch occasion will happen between 2pm and 6pm on Saturday December 1 at London’s model new Five Miles in Seven Sisters.

A spread of actions will out there on the day, from manufacturing with The Untouchables & Medika, occasions promotion with Mantra and Djinn, and a DJ seminar with Metalheadz legends Storm & Flight, who may also shut the occasion with a b2b DJ set.

Honing give attention to sensible recommendation and inspiration, EQ50 may also give formidable producers the chance to submit a observe for constructive suggestions from the likes of Sweetpea, Alley Cat and Djinn.

“Maybe some seeds of inspiration can be planted and in a number of years time we’ll have extra girls in positions of authority inside the scene,” Mantra mentioned. “The extra girls in positions of energy, the extra the style will appeal to girls. Better range = higher raves!”

To get entangled freed from cost, merely RSVP right here.

More data on the Rupture London web site.

Sam Halligan is a contract journalist. Follow him on Twitter right here

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