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EILLOM is a female Swedish techno DJ and producer, whose passion was ignited after attending her rst techno party in Gothenburg. “It was a de ning moment for me - I got hooked on the heavy kick drums, the vibrating sub-bass and the dreamy dark melodic leads”. Her brand of techno offers dark synth-melodies, dreamy arpeggios, obscure pads over a typical thumping, techno beat – “it could almost be de ned as uplifting if it wasn’t so dark!” With in uences such as Pig&Dan, Enrico Sangiuliano and Amelie Lens, her set list is likely to include: Township Rebellion, 2Pole, Tale Of Us, Victor Ruiz and some of her own productions https://soundcloud.com/eillommusic Eillom belongs to two collectives, the female-founded ‘Yoko DJS’ in Sweden https://www.facebook.com/Yoko.DJs/, which provides studio space and workshops for DJs of any gender to hone their skills and collaborate; and in London, she is part of the Ècouter collective, who provide platforms for female artists to showcase their talent - in a bid to break down gender barriers. "I just don’t want us to be separated by gender, but there aren’t many female DJs around, and I really want to see more; we need to help each other. I don’t know why there are so few girls; it is a hard industry – But I think that we basically just have to stand up for ourselves and do exactly what we want to do!” Amelie Lens being such a pivotal inspiration, Eillom is keen to follow her trailblazing lead and create opportunities, and inspire female DJs to create a more gender-equal underground scene.
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