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Balance (Beat Church SF) Balance can be described as a master vibe setter. One could even call her a beat-barista, pressing hand crafted shots of rhythm and bass that bring listeners into movement. Her career began many years ago when a strong passion for hip hop and electronic music combined with a dangerous curiosity toward the art of mixing and ass shaking fused together. Her journey officially began in 2006 in Los Angeles, through Jam Master Jay's Scratch DJ Academy, where she learned how to utilize her turntables as an instrument. Today, at just five-foot-four and weighing in at the size of a sly tilted grin, Ms. Balance shakes dance floors when she steps on stage heavily strapped with an arsenal of future bass, hip hop, garage, house and a tremendous love for the People. Balance is proud to be a resident DJ at one of the longest running BASS nights in San Francisco, Beat Church! She also spins a variety of music all over the Bay area, UT, TX, LA, MA, WA, OR. Balance is also one half of DJ/Production duo Diamond Crates (VNDMG vs. Balance), with 2 releases: Moanbeams, and Sid and Nancy (released on the Bicycle Day comp. for Euphonic Conceptions also ft. artists Random Rab, Kaminanda, Shpongle). She also has several mixes ranging from hip hop to house available to download and get down! Balance has given us openings sets for artists including and not limited too: Tokimonsta, Salva, Minnesota, G Jones, Machinedrum, NicoLuminous, Addison Groove, Kastle, Shlohmo, XI, Low RiderZ, Grenier (DJ G), Antenae, R/D, Tigerfresh, Stephon Jacobs, Ill-Esha, 6 Blocc, Mochipet, Marty Party, Mr. Rogers, Kraddy, Chase Manhattan, Freq Nasty, Lafa Taylor, Sinjin Hawke, The Polish Ambassador, Benni Bennassi, Mike Relm, J Boogie, Oh No and more.

 

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