2016...The Year of the BAE?

January 4, 2016 -

Bradley J. Callison

If 2015 was any indication of things to come, 2016 has the potential to be even bigger than twenty fifteen. As predictions and end of the year reviews have come in, I noticed that per usual not much attention was paid to the number of up and coming female producers/DJs in the scene today. Outside of electronic dance music, women are represented sparingly a tad more, however in our world they seem almost non-existent. The truth is the exact opposite is happening and they are making an impact in music. With the likes of Krewella, J. Phlip and Alison Wonderland leading the way, 2016 figures to be huge for female artists. And there is definitely a market for all of these lovely ladies. In particular is the amount of Australians represented today in the scene. These women either already are making a significant impact in music today or will have an influence on this year as it progresses. 2016 is going to be massive and these ladies will have a hand in how the year goes down. From the club to the festival, you'll be seeing a lot of these fresh faces. From the dark, deep and beautiful house of Anna Lunoe to the trap infused Alison Wonderland and the festival house vibes of Tara Brooks, there's something for everyone's musical appetite. With 2016 underway, it's only a short matter of time before you see these ladies gracing the many stages of festival season.




Alison Wonderland 


Anna Lunoe 

Jack Novak 


Sophie Francis 

Dani Deahl 

Tara Brooks 

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