Vote for Minx

DJ Mag’s annual celebration of North America’s electronic music scene is back, and Minx has been nominated for “Underground Hero.” The category recognizes the champions of grassroots music communities. Voting is now open, so cast yours for DJ Minx HERE.

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Calling LGBTQ+ Artists

  In honor of Pride 2022, the WOW family is calling on our artists and creators to submit designs for our exclusive line of clothing by and for our community. Through July 15, 25% of proceeds from sales with your design will go to you, the creator, and 25% of proceeds will be donated to…

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Minx Comes Out With It

The W.O.W. family is beyond proud of our Queen, DJ Minx. Big appreciation to Spotify for working with her to ensure she claims her (rightful) place in Detroit history (and our hearts) through art. #Pride murals honoring activists and artists have popped up in Detroit, Nashville and New Orleans: đź“Ť Detroit: Ruth Ellis, Dr Kofi…

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Vote with Your Feet

2020 is a big election year in the U.S. We’re not only voting for our next president, but there are hotly contested congressional races across the country, as well as critical down ballot races that will directly impact our communities. Our voices always matter, but as the repercussions from the pandemic have hit the dance…

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On the Record: Santonio Echols

The purpose of On The Record: Detroit Moves, a project of Women On Wax, is to preserve the history of Detroit’s electronic music scene for future generations. The goal is to create a free and easily accessible platform of information that tells the stories of our music from the people who made it. It is meant to become a tool for both Detroiters and non-Detroiters to familiarize themselves with the DJs, producers, pioneers, musicians, promoters, clubs, photographers, and of course, the dancers, who created, nurtured, and lived House and Techno music in the City of Detroit.

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On the Record: DJ RayBone Jones

The purpose of On The Record: Detroit Moves, a project of Women On Wax, is to preserve the history of Detroit’s electronic music scene for future generations. The goal is to create a free and easily accessible platform of information that tells the stories of our music from the people who made it. It is meant to become a tool for both Detroiters and non-Detroiters to familiarize themselves with the DJs, producers, pioneers, musicians, promoters, clubs, photographers, and of course, the dancers, who created, nurtured, and lived House and Techno music in the City of Detroit.

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On the Record: Jessica and Michael

The purpose of On The Record: Detroit Moves, a project of Women On Wax, is to preserve the history of Detroit’s electronic music scene for future generations. The goal is to create a free and easily accessible platform of information that tells the stories of our music from the people who made it. It is meant to become a tool for both Detroiters and non-Detroiters to familiarize themselves with the DJs, producers, pioneers, musicians, promoters, clubs, photographers, and of course, the dancers, who created, nurtured, and lived House and Techno music in the City of Detroit.

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On The Record: DJ Psycho

The purpose of On The Record: Detroit Moves, a project of Women On Wax, is to preserve the history of Detroit’s electronic music scene for future generations. The goal is to create a free and easily accessible platform of information that tells the stories of our music from the people who made it. It is meant to become…

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Movement 2019

It’s that time again! This year, Minx will make you WERK! Catch her at the following shows: May 25: The Formula 5 at Eastern Market and Detroit Love at the Magic Stick May 26: Movement and Alley Cat Music Detroit ’19 May 27: Where Are My Keys at Marble Bar May 28: The Morning After at…

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On the Record: DJ Minx

The purpose of On The Record: Detroit Moves, a project of Women On Wax, is to preserve the history of Detroit’s electronic music scene for future generations. The goal is to create a free and easily accessible platform of information that tells the stories of our music from the people who made it. It is meant to become a tool for both Detroiters and non-Detroiters to familiarize themselves with the DJs, producers, pioneers, musicians, promoters, clubs, photographers, and of course, the dancers, who created, nurtured, and lived House and Techno music in the City of Detroit.

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