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In this episdoe you can enjoy : Talk to any veteran artist and they’ll tell you consistency is the secret to longevity. Staying relevant in a competitive industry requires unwavering dedication to the craft—a lesson that nobody knows better than the godmother of house music, Stacey Hotwaxx Hale. The gear head, educator, music nerd and Detroit legend is considered the Motor City’s first woman DJ to play underground house music. Her inquisitive mind, passion for audio equipment and community spirit has led to a decades-spanning career that has inspired countless women and expanded Detroit’s rich musical heritage.
As a teenager, she learned to record on reel-to-reel tapes before learning the ropes from club king Ken Collier in the late ’70s. Mastering the art of what she called “sneak-a-mixx”—seamlessly mixing vinyl records continuously—she beat over 600 artists to win the 1985 Motor City Mix competition. DJing remained a given in her life, even when she pursued a full-time engineering degree. She’s often described in interviews how she would do math homework in between mixing tracks during gigs in her 20s. When she’s not behind the decks or playing in the live ensemble Nyumba Muziki, she teaches DJing and production classes with the goal of teaching her students self-expression.
Hale’s sound is warm and dynamic, incorporating everything from gospel, electro, hip-hop, techno and live instruments with the goal of spreading positivity and happiness. Those feelings and cross-genre moods are all tangible on her RA Podcast. Moving gracefully between disco, funky techno, R&B and classic house, Hale’s mix feels like the perfect night out, showcasing her versatility, love for vibrant rhythms and her sharp ear.
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