So much of popular film and music these days is rehashed sights and sounds from previous decades–yet another Annie remake, the Dumb and Dumber To sequel (which has come out 20 years after the original has been released), Anaconda, Nicki Minaj’s regurgitated Baby Got Back track, and the sound of Taylor Swift’s 1989. If we […]
DJ Roxy Cottontail has spent the last decade breaking new talent, throwing the best parties in NYC, and, of course, stoking dancefloors worldwide by DJing for crowds Vegas, Hong Kong, Barcelona, New York and Tokyo–all while collaborating with punk and hip-hop legends like Iggy Pop and Afrika Bambaataa, and creating some of the most energizing music along the way (Kate Moss? Such a fun track). In short, this bunny’s got bounce. So who else would we turn to for advice on DJing and general running-the-streets when it comes to nightlife? Read on for Roxy’s tips on how to get started in DJing, the business of being a musical artist and why it’s important to surround yourself with creative and uplifting peeps.