Rock the Belles brings together the hottest female DJs, bands, designers and creatives for a genre-defying monthly celebration of the girls who are making their mark on the music industry.

Rock The Belles has gained some incredible press over past months and March promises to be no different with Eliza Doolittle on the decks, free fabulous nail art courtesy of nail boutique du jour Wah Nails, a giveaways from Ltd Watch and some other big name brands, a pop up photo shoot, DJ battles, and a host of amazing live acts and djs.

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RTB ACTS 25.03.11

Eliza Doolittle has been a busy lady over the past 6 months. She’s had an album debuting at no.3 in the UK charts, two top 10 singles, been made an ‘ambassador’ for a Nike and signed to Select Models. She is one of the most exciting & talented female artists coming out of the UK, and will be spinning the music that has influenced and inspired her sound

Jayelldee has been likened to a cross between MIA & Lilly Allen with a quirky twisted visual pop sound, which swings from Punk to Bassline. She featured on the latest Basement Jaxx Album, and is a hot name on labels lips!

LeaLea Jones is a songstress from Hackney who has already shared the stage with artists including Jay Z, Beyonce and Amy Winehouse. Expect a touch of jazz and 70’s soul meets a dash of hip hop and weird synth sounds.

Scarlett Lapidus describes her influences as Tina Turner to Nile Rodgers and Chic while her sound is “a combination of disco, pop and electronic dance”. She played Secret Garden Party in 2010 & has an exciting summer of festivals ahead.

DJ Emily Rawson has played on the main stage at Loveboox, at parties for Mathew Williamson, Kanye West & Red Bull Thre3style

DJ Steffie at only 22 has travelled the world djing. Not sticking to any rules, she mixes everything from hiphip & dubstep to old skool jungle & rock n roll

DJ Afropunk is the current RTB DJ Battle Champion mashing up electro, house, hiphop and d&b. She he has opened for Franz Ferdinand and Dead Prez for their UK tours, showing just how broad her musical taste and collection stretches.

DJ Fearney cranks up the Shoreditch House roof-top, and follows in the footsteps of Dizzee Rascal and Lethal B, running London town through the airwaves of Deja Vu Radio.

Also on the night: DJ battle featuring Suki Bedeaux VS Raggs VS Rivah Kray (Work It) VS Foxx. Hosted by Poppy Lafond & Holly Chavez.

Address: East Village, 89 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3HX, nearest tube Old Street.

Door: £7 advance (queue jump & advised) or £7 concessions via // // £8 without.

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Times: 9pm-3.30am

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