As comfortable in the DJ booth as in front of the camera, Dyhouse’s vibrant, party-starting DJ sets ooze with personality and have earned her features in VICE’s “Guide To Clubbing” series, as well as New York Fashion Week gigs for acclaimed label Chromat alongside her patriarch-smashing DJ crew, Factory Girls.
We sat down with the Philly-based selector to talk about love and why dating DJs is a horrible idea.
For this edition of First Date With, we link up with Dutch-Canadian model, DJ and good woman to know Eva Shaw to chat ghosting v.
benching, comedy clubs and taboo first-date topics.
Among other things, what made Mbali fall in love with Coffee was his effort to see his then girlfriend even though they both had hectic schedules.
There’s a lot that happens in my psyche that I think a lot of stepmothers go through that as well. All was not bad, however, as Mbali said motherhood brought with it love and enough patience to help her navigate through this phase in her life.
Regina Garcia Dyhouse, known to the DJ world as Gun$ Garcia, has carved out quite the lane for herself in club-land since moving from Washington, D. Between throwing poppin’ parties up and down the east coast, teaching classes at Old City’s Scratch DJ Academy, training for a half marathon, and being a general woman-about-town, it’s hard to imagine there being any time left for Dyhouse to add a boyfriend into the mix.
The thing about being a DJ is it's not a real job, so generally they don't have any real money.
All anniversaries, birthdays or holidays will be overshadowed by a mixtape or DJ gig they have.