Roxy Cottontail came to New York with dreams, drive and a tube of lip-gloss ready to work her little Cottontail off and make people come together, dance and have a good time.
From Baltimore to Philadelphia, she has been around the musical block picking up friends, acts and experience all along the way. She helped establish Diplo and Low Budget, of the legendary Hollertronix party. In addition to jump-starting Spankrock's rap career she also booked one of Chromeo's first NYC shows.
Her signature style is part of everything she touches and it has deep roots in punk, electro, house, hip-hop, reggae and rock. Ms. Cottontail hosts her infamous Monday night party at Sway and the New York, NY party at Greenhouse every Tuesday.
She hosted dates on the Rock the Bells summer tour in 2008, the same year she was featured on the cover of URB magazine. In 2009 she was added to Pepsi's DJ Collective after being written up in Dazed & Confused. Additionally, Roxy has been spotlighted in countless other publications like i-D, The New Yorker, world wide issues of Time Out, WAD, Status, Mixmag, Warp and BPM. And in January of 2010 her new single “Double Dare” will be featured on MTV’s new show “My Life as Liz.”
She has DJed with some of the biggest heavy hitters in the game including DJ AM, Steve Aoki, Afrika Bambaataa, Stretch Armstrong, Ni** Sky, Fake Blood and A-trak. She has thrown and hosted parties with live performances by LMFAO, M.I.A., Spankrock, Slick Rick, Devin the Dude and many, many more. Her collaborations also carry into the studio where she has lent her voice to Armand van Helden, Drop the Lime and legendary Electroclash icon, Larry Tee.
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