Beatport Announces Maya Jane Coles Residency for Women’s History Month

Maya Jane Coles

Renowned DJ and producer Maya Jane Coles will be taking over Beatport’s streaming channels in March to celebrate Women’s History Month.


After a fantastic residency from Seth Troxler in February to help celebrate and educate during Black History Month, Beatport is back with their latest flurry of livestreams to feast your ears on. Throughout the month of March, they’ll be celebrating Women’s History Month in style with Maya Jane Coles leading the charge with a weekly residency on Mondays while Nicole Moudaber will be featured as the Artist of the Month.

Kicking off on Monday, March 8, Maya Jane Coles and Beatport will be bringing the heat on International Women’s Day with some stunning sets to catch. While MJC will start the show at 9am ET the party will continue into the afternoon with replay sets from artists such as Honey Dijon, Nastia, Yuki, Peach, Charlotte De Witte, and Deborah De Luca to name a few.

March 15 will see Maya Jane Coles showcase her Nocturnal Sunshine alter ego for a touch of bass-driven goodness. The bass vibes continue later that week on March 18 as Beatport is set to hosts Jubilee, Flore, and UNiiQU3 for an exclusive livestream celebrating the new bass pages that surfaced on the platform recently. On March 22, Maya Jane Coles returns for another round, but this time will be spinning as CAYAM, her techno alias. Then, she’ll close down the residency with a set featuring other internationally renowned DJs on March 29.

Performances during the residency will begin at 9am ET/3pm CET, except for the Beatport Selects showcase on Thursday, March 18 which will begin at 8am ET/2pm CET. Stay tuned for more details during the month-long celebration, make sure to follow Beatport on Twitch to know the moment the shows go live, and let us know where you’ll be tuning in from in the comments!

Tune in to Maya Jane Coles’ Beatport Residency on Twitch:


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