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Beth Yen


Beth Yen has cemented a truly unique and internationally respected musical repertoire.

Based between Sydney and Ibiza and a devotee to the house spectrum, Beth’s sonic

demeanor from the studio to the likes of Circo Loco, Pacha and Café Del Mar is electric

and releasing on No Definition and Heatrøck Records. Growing up in England, Beth spent

her youth rummaging through underground parties up north, while surrounding herself

with electronic music’s pioneers from Eric Prydz and Dennis Ferrer- who recently handed

her the reigns to close following his belter of a set at Defected In The House Sydney.

Despite the abounding schedule of gigs across the world, Beth Yen’s calendar finds a

perfect balance between the DJ booth and the studio. Keeping a firm ear on an ever–

evolving scene but remaining true to the passion of her game, Beth Yen continues to

relish the house and tech core. Her last single ‘Bang’ featuring Boswell has cured dance

floors nicely upon its inception, as has ‘Wild Jungle’ in the same month.


‘Who Cares’ featuring KUDO$ effortlessly graced enthusiast’s playlists too, while attracting synch grabs with a drop on a recent opening scene of CSI Cyber. She ended 2017 strong withher track ‘You’re Not Free’ in the top 20 Aria Club chart and her remix for Modern

Citizen’s ‘Saturday’ out on Double Up Records reaching No.3 in the chart.

Residing on the White Isle annually, Beth Yen frequents her house taint at Café Mambo,

Amnesia’s Together and guest spots on Pukka Up boat parties. She has captured the

world, creating a demand in across Asia, New Zealand, Europe and the UK while tailoring

her musical sass at Australia’s most prestigious events for Hermes, Armani Exchange,

Palazzo Versace and The Darling with Stevie Wonder. No stranger to playing bill-side with

fellow pioneers, Beth Yen has appeared in DJ booths across the globe with artists

spanning including Carl Cox, to Duke Dumont, Disclosure, Claptone, Hannah Wants and

Shiba San, to recent shows alongside Chicane, Boy George, Dave Seaman, Jeoy Negro,

Seth Troxler, Felix Da Housecat & Paul Oakenfold.

With no stone left unturned, 2018 welcomes prolific adventure across the map to the

USA and further through Europe, draping music enthusiasts with her well delivered feast

of dance floor devotion while the imminent release of this season’s studio output is


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