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Born and raised in California, Qzen is an electronic music producer, singer, and DJ. She has a sincere love for music that’s emotive, sophisticated, bass conscious, and tends to both one’s body and mind. Her sets span the genres of house and bass music, dipping into breakbeat and techno, though she really doesn’t care about what it’s called; if it’s good, she’ll play it.

Qzen’s been DJing over thirteen years — everywhere from Mexico to Belgium, clubs to kitchen counters, Decibel Festival to Low End Theory — and has performed live at renowned festival MUTEK in both Buenos Aires and Montreal and at GAFFTA in San Francisco. You may know her voice from John Tejada’s classic “Sweat (On The Walls)” or the 40 Thieves heater “Don’t Turn It Off,” both of whom she worked with on several additional releases. In 2011, she released a track with Sacha Robotti on Klasse Recordings, and 2012 saw the release of her vocal collaboration with Guillaume & the Coutu-Dumonts on Oslo. This year, she's released a remix on techno label Thoughtless.

She currently lives in Berlin where she continues to work on collaborative projects and original music. Her favorite thing remains moving audiences through the art of DJing.

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