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DJs for Climate Action: Star Eyes x Jesse Mann x Mira Fahrenheit

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We are hosting DJs For Climate Action every Thursday for the June residency. 

The last one will be benefitting Teens for Food Justice.

🌸 Star Eyes:
Star Eyes is based in Brooklyn, where she runs Chaos Clan—a record label and monthly party. She is also an alumni of Red Bull Music Academy, a radio host on RBMA Radio, and a noted music journalist and curator whose work has appeared in XLR8R, VICE, Spin, and beyond. 
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/stareyes


🌿Jesse Mann:
Jesse has been DJing in NYC and worldwide since 1999. He plays a mix of vibes, tempos, and genres—from Nigerian disco records to deep, dirty and dusty house, booty-shaking soul, bass-heavy percussive jams, and beyond. I've played with everyone from LTJ Bukem..
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/djessemann


🌼 Mira Fahrenheit:
Mira has played a number of New York’s most popular venues, including Black Flamingo, Good Room, Output, and Elsewhere, and has appeared out-of-town at a range of institutions, including Suicide Circus in Berlin, Detroit’s Marble Bar, and Miami's The Electric Pickle. Mira is 1/2 of Minimal Disco alongside brilliant selector and long-time ReSolute resident Connie.
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mirafahrenheit

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About DJs For Climate Action:
DJs for Climate Action uses the power of music to amplify your role in protecting our planet's future.
Their coalition of DJs and musicians use their craft and cultural influence to raise awareness and provoke response to the global challenge of Climate Change. What started with year-end offset drives to take responsibility for air travel emissions has grown into partnerships with advocacy groups, coordination of events and social mobilization. They remix the climate message to engage and inspire.
Website: http://www.djs4ca.com/

About Teens for Food Justice:
Teens for Food Justice (TFFJ) works to ensure universal equitable access to healthy, fresh, affordable food. They train youth in 21st century hydroponic urban agricultural farming techniques, entrepreneurship, and health/nutrition education and advocacy, empowering them as change agents who can lead themselves and their own food insecure communities towards healthier futures.
Website: http://www.teensforfoodjustice.org/

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