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Splash: Evlv Tech x Ushamami

$10 Cover @ the Door (or Advance) / Start 10:30pm / Doors 10pm



Ushamami (Mena Sachdev) is a dj, producer, and multi-instrumentalist who intertwines rnb, techno, jazz, house, and much more. Her music centers her identities as a queer indian femme, and she has committed a great deal of her musical career to creating space for femme/queer musicians & artists through throwing shows, collaboration, and activism. based out of new york, she has performed all over the east coast as a dj, solo act, and with a live band. Her debut EP “Proximity” came out in June.

Dee Diggs

Dee Diggs is a DJ, event curator & organizer based in Boston, MA. She is unapologetically black, queer, & femme.

She is building and using her influence to create space for marginalized groups to express & organize themselves. Her aim is to sustain more spaces where these groups are valued and thanked by name for their contributions to humanity. 

(Thank the OG Black innovators of House & Techno! Thank you, Disco-era Queens & Queers alike for the theatrics & fanfare of nightlife as we know it!)



Raquita is a Jamaican-born-and-bred, Boston-based hybrid club music and transnational bass DJ and Engineer.


Harocaz is a Boston born, raised, and based Femme rapper. Drawing inspiration off of women like Crystal Waters, Grace Jones, Missy Elliot, Santigold, and more, Harocaz has carved out a pocket in club music for home girl raps and fun melodies that are reminiscent to a care free summer night of raving. Still posted in Boston, she has help run a successful club night called RARE FOOTAGE and continues to navigate her assumed lane in house-hop, laying each brick as she goes.


Malcriada burst into this universe in Medellín, Colombia and was raised in Atlanta, growing up under the influence of the south’s RnB, trap, and hip hop sounds as well as the salsa, cumbia, bachata, and reggaeton of her natal country. She started DJing in 2015 through her college’s underground music collective, Table Manners, and later on became co-president of the group with the mission to highlight and prioritize women, femmes, and queer artists in her campus and bar sets. She’s interested in the emotive and transporting power of diasporic sounds and in creating soundscapes for place-making, community gathering, and healing through dance.


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