Two shows, one night for DJ Brooklyn
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-