Tonight Clam Jam welcomes special guest DJ Juliana Huxtable all the way from New York City! Known just as much for her music as for her style, Juliana profile has been going from strength to strength in the cities queer scenes. Having set up her own night Shock Value after noticing a lack of nights run by women, "cis, trans or otherwise", she welcomes all sexuality and genders to her parties and promotes natural diversity. Ahead of the party we caught up the LGBT activist/club princess for a brief chat...
You're incredibly vocal about how things like sexual harrassment, race, gender identity have affected you personally- what advice would you give to anyone struggling with their own identity and how they reflect that to the world?
You express yourself in a wide variety of ways, from music, to style and through your own writing- how else do you like to get your message out there?
If you had a time machine and could visit any dancefloor anywhere/anywhen, where would you want to set the dials to?
Your own night Shock Value encourages a spectrum of sexuality and gender, where most queer nights still seem fairly segregated- why do you think this openness is still rare even in major cities like New York and London?
What are your favourite mixed queer parties in NYC?
You seem to have a real thing for statement necklaces and chokers- what's your favourite one you own and the latest one you've acquired?
What's a record you love to play out that represents you in all your glory?
Describe your look in 3 words...
Cyborg priestess witch.