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Tamara Sky this Thursday on Electric Kingdom!

By Laura (of Miami) Sutnick posted Jun 15, 2010 at 06:36 AM

Tamara Sky, who won New Times Best DJ Editor’s Choice this year and has toured the globe, will DJ this Thursday’s (June 17) Electric Kingdom. Catch the action from 7-9pm.
Rest of the article here.

imageI’m thrilled that one of my fellow Miami girl DJs took home the New Times Best DJ Editor’s Choice 2010 gold medal. Tamara Sky has been in the scene for years and is finally getting the hometown props she deserves.  I can’t remember the last time I saw a female win this category and it’s great that it didn’t go to the same 5 dude DJs we hear about over and over again – no offense guys but it’s true.

Thing is, Sky gets booked all around the world and that’s why we don’t see much of her in the 305. She’s out there representing though, which makes me proud. I’m glad to have a girl DJ from Miami (ok originally Rican, but who’s really from Miami these days except for a few of our dads?) throwing down and schooling boys all over the place. Besides being an awesome DJ, Tamara seems to have many other talents as well: modeling, graphic design, drawing, production, and photography.  She even makes the cover art for her mixes, which by the way are flawless. She’s super tight on the decks, has the looks and style, and makes dance floors throb.

Check her out this Thursday June 17th from 7-9pm on WVUM 90.5 FM’s Electric Kingdom Live, hosted by Amber. You can also stream the show on WVUM.ORG

Here’s a preview of what you might hear:

JET LAG (Live Mix Tamara Sky)

Track List:
Repetition(Diplo Remix) – The Black Ghosts
Paris(ft. Au Revoir Simone)(Aeroplane Remix) – Friendly Fires
Raise Me Up – Hercules & Love Affair
Colours – Calvin Harris
Sad Sad City – Ghostland Observatory
Buttons(CSS Remix) – Sia

Check out the original article on Nightdrive’s blog.

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