Grafton no Miss Match for this DJ
YOU may recognise her from a weekly spot on The Footy Show, but now you will be able to see DJ Miss Match in the flesh on Saturday at the Grafton District Services Club.
DJ Miss Match, a rising star of the DJ world, is one of the most sought-after performers in the industry.
From her sets you can expect a miss-match of tracks, speeds and a whole lot of energy as Miss Match seems to never stop.
“I absolutely love all the tracks I choose to play and this exudes in my energy and performance,” Miss Match said.
“I have never known another DJ, especially a female, who dances as much as me and is literally dripping with sweat at the end of every set. But it's also the composition of the tracks I play which keep my audience coming back to see more.
“It's a Miss Match of genres, speeds and styles which not many other DJs are prepared to do within the one set, that's maybe what sets me apart.”
Big-name fans have been attracted to the Miss Match sound, with Potbelleez named her as one of their favourite live acts.
While she is becoming known the world over, Miss Match has worked hard to get where she is today.
“It has taken me seven years, lots of practice, dodgy gigs and watching some of the best in the industry to be here now,” she said.
“I have had some pinnacle moments in my career though. I played Ministry of Sound in London last year, a definite highlight. I was thinking to myself 'even if I never play anywhere else, I am stoked to have played here'.”
Miss Match has taken her sound around the country as well as playing in the party centre of the Greek Islands, Mykanos, along with Johannesburg, London and many more locations across the globe.
Being a country girl herself, she loves to take her unique and exciting sound to the people.
“I grew up in Tamworth so I am definitely a country girl at heart,” she said.
“Everyone needs music, being in the country shouldn't limit what you hear, or who you hear play.”
“It is a Miss Match of genres, speeds and styles that sets me apart.”