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DJ Fearney has performed at Wireless, The Lovebox Festival, Empire Awards, internationally and for brands including Nivea, Missguided and New Look.  Her career has seen her sets and club night's featured in The Metro, on ASOS and The Independent as well being named as one of Flavour Mag's top 15 Female DJ's in the UK, plus a one month guest show on BBC Radio 1Xtra.

 

 

London based DJ Fearney started her career aged just 14, when she presented her first radio show.  By 18, Fearney held residencies around her home county of Essex including Rewind, one of the longest urban club nights in the UK, famed for the freshest acts and DJs and also regularly played at the legendary Pure Silk club night.

Fearney noticed that as she was gaining more success, there was a major change in the music scene with so many sounds merging.  By 21, Fearney had started her own club night which was based around pure tropical vibes and allowed her to showcase her love of dancehall, reggae and bass to her followers.  Alongside this, Fearney was hosting a weekly community radio show for Phoenix FM in Brentwood, Essex. 

In her career, Fearney has held weekly residencies for LUSH in Clapham, monthly for Rock the Belles, Supa Dupa Fly and Rum N Bass.  On top of this, she has played at some of the most famous clubs and bars in London, including Plan B, The Hoxton Pony, Miranda @ Ace Hotel, The Jazz Cafe, Shoreditch House, XOYO and many more.  Other major DJ sets have included Lovebox, Wireless and RISE festival as well as magazine parties for FHM 100 Sexiest and The Empire Awards. 

One of her biggest achievements to date has been her weekly new music show on dejavufm.com which has seen her interview some of the biggest artists including Future, Professor Green, Emeli Sande, Eve, Wiz Khalifa, Wiley, Katy B and Wretch 32 to name a few.

2013 saw Fearney launch one of the most unique club nights in the UK- Night of the Living Dead- dedicated to late artists, bands that have split and one hit wonders.  It was highlighted as pick of the week in The Metro, on only its second party.

To grow her success, Fearney will be releasing her own EP.