DJ Baby Anne started her career as the Queen of Bass in, where else, Orlando, but that doesn't mean she hasn't made a gazillion appearances in South Florida over the last 17 years. A major draw for the underground electronica community, the foxy producer belongs to the break beat generation of DJ Icey, Dynamix II, and Jackal & Hyde, always blending breaks, bass, and electro into a funky cocktail that will send you straight to the dance floor. She just released her 11th album I Heart Bass and is on a five-date tour, which includes stops in North Carolina and Rhode Island. She'll play at West Palm Beach's Respectable Street Wednesday, December 23.
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