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Not Sorry Party with Mimi

Mimi is a Victorian College of the Arts Jazz Vocalist graduate with a flair for performance. Her aspirations for songwriting have increased over the course of her DJ career and it is evident that she is ready to start creating her own sound. Currently, Mimi is an active DJ in the Australian music scene. With her fluid approach to genres and ability to technically mix any style of song, Mimi has found great success in the club world.

Outside of maintaining consistent venue residencies, Mimi has also scored coveted national supports for TLC, Steve Aoki, Peking Duk and Slumberjack. She has played at some of Australia’s biggest festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Beyond The Valley,
Listen Out, Let Them Eat Cake and Falls Festival. Amidst all of this, Mimi has spent the past few years championing a collective of women with DJ Jade Zoe at their party CRXZY SXXY CXXL. Their wildly successful parties have contributed heavily in creating an
inclusive space in the Australian music community and provided a platform for emerging talent to grow and flourish. With an eclectic taste and open mind in anything feel-good, her musical and mixing skills, along with her track selection, flair and sass, Mimi is the party,
you're all invited to.


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