Femme Bass Mafia launches second round of mentorships

The Berlin-based DJ crew is opening up applications to women, transgender, and non-binary people until September 1.

By Chloe Lula

The bass music crew has announced that it will teach courses on DJing, performance, track management, and more between September and February.

The Berlin-based project was created with the goal of providing a safe space for women, trans, and non-binary people for the learning and practicing of DJing. “Our goal is to support our adelphs [sic] with an online and in-person DJing mentorship by DJs and music aficionados,” FBM founder Dangermami said.

Their second round of classes will occur on a bi-weekly basis on weeknights and weekends, covering topics including music collection management, mental health, DJing on CDJs, and radio performance. As the group wants to ensure that every participant can learn as much as possible, they will be limiting the program to a small selection of people.

You can apply using this form between now and September 1. Their Refuge Worldwide show is available to stream here.