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Album Review

The long-crowned Bass Queen, DJ Baby Anne continued her output of bass-and-breaks mix CDs with Mixtress. The music here is punishing, no doubt, with its energetic onslaught of bass-heavy beats, but it's also alluring in a twisted way. There's a particular pleasure in Baby Anne's onslaught, and the fact that she's an attractive young woman who's found a niche for herself in a field nearly monopolized by men certainly plays a role in this pleasure, even if only psychologically. As far as the particulars of this given mix, there aren't too many worth noting. Sure, you get some brand-name contributions from the likes of the Freestylers, Plump DJs, and Jackal & Hyde, but even these names are liable to mean little to you unless you're way into the breaks scene. So just know that the selections are solid from beginning to end and that you get an impressive production from Baby Anne herself, the title track (which is on a par with anything here) showcasing that this young lady is more than just a pretty face — she's not only an ace DJ, but she's also a creative force well capable of producing her own music. Taking all of this into consideration, it's fairly clear that Mixtress is one of Baby Anne's better mix albums, and one of her more readily available ones, released in 2004 by System Recordings.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Club impresario DJ Baby Anne introduced herself as one of the defining mixers of the latter '90s, not to mention becoming one of the few female bass DJs matching the vibrance of her fellow counterparts such as Alice Deejay and Debbie Deb. Inspired by friend and dance guru DJ Icey, Baby Anne bought her first set of Technics in 1992 and heavily absorbed the skills of her mentor. Early on, the two played gigs together and Baby Anne quickly shared her passion of breakbeats and electro-bass in and around...
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