Star Eyes

Represented Worldwide

Brooklyn’s “queen of heavy bass” is known for causing mayhem with subversive, low-end drenched music that connects the dots between regional American bass sounds and the hardcore continuum. Star Eyes’ tracks – which can be heard on labels including Trouble & Bass, Smog, Seclusiasis, Hot Mom, and Frite Nite – move across BPMs, but remain deeply inspired by jungle, grime, goth, old-skool rave, and the illegal L.A. warehouse parties in which she was raised. She is one of the founding members of Trouble & Bass (RIP) – NYC bass music pioneers and winners of the NYC Red Bull Soundclash 2013 – and currently runs the record label and event series Chaos Clan, as well as releasing new tracks lauded by Mixmag, Spin, and THUMP. Star Eyes is also the host of the United States of Bass show on RBMA Radio and has brought her exciting DJ sets and troublemaking attitude everywhere from Outlook Festival to Fabric to Output BK, from Cape Town to Singapore to Berlin and beyond.


2016 – Close Yr Eyes [Chaos Clan]
2016 – Hardest Now [Chaos Clan]
2015 – Dev79 – “Bullets Like Come” (Star Eyes Remix) [Seclusiasis]
2014 – Flinch ft. Star Eyes – “Y’all Aleady Know” [SMOG]
2013 – Locked b/w Merkwood featuring Jubilee [Unknown to the Unknown]
2012 – The Night [Trouble & Bass]
2012 – Spooky “Code 9” (Star Eyes Remix) [Hot Mom USA]
2012 – Lost Girls EP [Trouble & Bass]
2011 – White Gloves EP [Trouble & Bass]
2009 – Disappear [Trouble & Bass]


RBMA Radio: United States of Bass
Hardest Now EP Review in DJ Mag
Star Eyes in Discwoman Documentary (from Billboard)
Star Eyes Night Bass Mix on THUMP
Star Eyes & Doctor Jeep Jungle Daze Mix on THUMP
Shoutout in Julianne Escobedo Shepherd’s Slate Column
FACT Premieres “Hardest Now” EP
T&B Farewell Interview With Insomniac
FACT Premieres Remix for Dev79
FACT TV Video Interview
Dummy Premieres “Locked” With Jubilee
FACT Announces Collab EP With Jubilee For Unknown To The Unknown