There is no way that anyone is standing still when Honey Dijon takes to the stage. Her sound is rooted in jackin’ Chicago house and Detroit techno, a sound she adopted from the predominantly black and queer parties she inhabited in her formative years. You could also argue that her keen sense for dancefloor dynamics could’ve been taught to her via an early friendship and mentorship with house icon Derrick Carter, a relationship that unfurled in her a longstanding love affair with dance music. Having graced some of the world’s biggest stages from AVA Festival, Kappa Futur, Dour, DGTL, Primavera and Melt, Honey Dijon has earned a reputation as a raucous party starter. From soundtracking catwalks for Louis Vuitton fashion shows to guest slots at Berlin’s Berghain/Panorama Bar, no one quite lives and breathes the many iterations of house music’s influence as Honey Dijon.