Two shows, one night for DJ Brook­lyn

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL. -

SHE has de­signs on be­com­ing Australia’s next su­per­star and she’s set to take over Air­lie Beach next week.

Brook­lyn, or Brooke El­liot, will play at Boom and head­line the Whit­sun­day Arts and Cul­tural Cen­tre’s Lim­it­less Un­der­age teen rave on the same ac­tion-packed night.

Ditch­ing the heels for hi-tops, the Gold Coast beauty with beats has the win­ning com­bi­na­tion of a fierce pro­file, bona fide at­ti­tude and elec­tronic ex­per­tise to rat­tle a city and be­yond.

Bring­ing to the block her EDM and bi­groom house mission for the clubs, Brook­lyn is hon­est with the mu­sic do­ing what she loves, how she wants to and when she wants.

Across Queens­land’s elec­tric venues, Brook­lyn pow­ers her an­them find­ing the mu­si­cal bound­ary to re­sist cross­ing.

With an in­cred­i­ble ear to drop a tune and an ac­tive per­sona to party up with her crowds, Touch Night­club, Mag­num’s, Melba’s and more have felt the Brook­lyn bounce, with the coun­try’s elec­tric fes­ti­vals and sum­mer events in her sights.

On the back of bills with Seany B, Rave Ra­dio and fel­low fe­male pa­tri­ots Emily Scott and DJ Femme, it’s no sur­prise the mu­sic is jam­min’ when Brook­lyn gets on.

With early in­spi­ra­tion from Ha­vana Brown’s en­er­getic vibe, the Brook­lyn pro­file gives credit where it’s due and isn’t shy of a spark-filled booth.

Taint­ing ev­ery set with an ac­tive ele-

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