Ukrainian DJ and producer Miss Monique is making her much-anticipated debut in New York. A maven of melodic house and techno, she's gaining a massive fan base in North America with upcoming appearances at Seismic Dance Event, CRSSD, Dreamstate, and EDC Orlando this year. It will soon be rare to catch this rising star in such an intimate setting.
It's hard to imagine that this is Miss Monique's first New York gig, considering she's well-known on the international scene as one of the fastest rising stars in melodic house and techno. Miss Monique is one of the most recognizable artists in Europe's progressive house and melodic techno scene. For nearly ten years, she's built a fiercely dedicated global community on YouTube—long before quarantine streaming—with her DJ sets from idyllic and picturesque locations. With nearly 500K subscribers and tens of millions of views, her sets from the Dead Sea, a rocky island in the middle of the Aegean Sea in Turkey, and a top rocky cliffs overlooking the ocean have captivated fans from around the world.
She expertly blends progressive house, melodic techno, and trance in a way that suits these sprawling landscapes. Yet, she's no stranger to rocking headlining slots at clubs and festivals across Europe, Asia, and South America.
Miss Monique never stops moving for a moment. Whether she's recording a new video, jet-setting across the world for DJ gigs in Ibiza, or helming her progressive house label Siona—the 5th best-selling label in the genre of 2021—she does it all with grace and style.
The powerhouse producer matches the energy she gives off in her DJ sets in the studio. Her releases on labels like Tiesto's Black Hole Recordings and AFTR:HRS, and Nora En Pures Purified Monique have gathered a long list of lauded supporters, including Armin van Buuren, Paul Oakenfold, Gareth Emery, and more.