BEARCAT is a London-born New York-based artist.

As a DJ,  producer, and performance artist, she also describes herself as a dancefloor therapist that aims to permeate healing through music as she, in turn, heals herself throughout this exchange on dancefloors around the world.

BEARCATS sets are best described as transcendental, captivating, pounding and eclectic at their core. Known for blending multiple genres, her musical exploration touches on everything from jungle, drum’n’bass, techno, rap, to dancehall, tribal house, experimental, often closing sets with hardcore and punk.

This incantation of uncompromising, pulsating rhythm and bass has brought her to perform around the world and at prestigious music festivals such as  Pitchfork, Afropunk and Panorama to name a few.

Her range can be seen in her releases. From being featured on a remix album for hardcore band Divide and Dissolve and a vocal feature with Soul Glo to thumping club tracks, most recently released via Nervous Records. She has been featured for best music in R.A and DJ’s to watch on Soundcloud. BEARCAT has DJ’ed for other artists such as 21 Savage, SunRa and Madonna, opening her Celebration tour.

Additionally she has performed and talked on panels regarding anti-racist, anti colonial rhetoric, spirituality and queer politics at universities such as Cornell, Wesleyan, Oberlin, Vassar and Bard.

Performance highlights include The Museum of Modern Art, The Guggenheim,  MoMA ps1 on serveral occasions but most  notably Warm Up,, The Whitney, Performa17, ICA Miami and Philadelphia, Performance Space New York,  The Boston Museum of Fine Art, The Norton Museum of Art. and The Brooklyn Museum.

BEARCAT has been featured in Vogue celebrating the groundbreaking Chromat  runway score, which she mixed and composed. She has worked with fashion brands such as Eckhaus Latta, Courreges, Kim Shui, and Nike,  headlining fashion week events,  launch parties and soundtracking.

She has contributed a Fader mix and her sets are regularly featured on NTS and RinseFM as well as a number of Boiler room performances throughout the years.

Her identity and experience in the industry led her to curate SELTZER, a club night exclusively centering and prioritizing queer and trans black and brown talent which held a five year residency at infamous NYC nightclub Nowadays, notably BEARCAT was the first DJ to perform at  Nowadays.

BEARCAT’s next release is  an album that spans experimental sounds, but stresses  visual storytelling.. Throughout her journey, BEARCAT has conceived of her work as a therapeutic release, not only for those in the present, listening on the dancefloor or on streaming platforms, but as a healing exorcism that channels ancestral pasts through music.