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Sonya Rogers
(aka Sonya Brown)

Spanning more than a decade of varied live & immortalized eclectic music interests delineated in both online & print journalism as launched by In Music We Trust, Sonya’s music writing prowess truly blossomed and further diversified her grasp of niche music genres via Starvox, Gothic Beauty Magazine, Sick Among The Pure, Music Werks, All Access Music Magazine, and a bi-weekly music column in The Vanguard Newspaper.

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Margaret Fenton
Originally based in Los Angeles, Margaret Fenton, aka DJ Wednesday, was a staple in the LA scene for well over a decade. Her radio show “Generation Death” was touted as the longest running Goth radio show, with 14 years of history. In the clubs, Wednesday’s diverse style has been instrumental in the growth of the Shoegaze and Post-punk scene through her residence at Violaine. Wednesday was a resident DJ at Bar Sinister (Hollywood, CA) for over 6 years, as well as guest deejayed at infamous LA clubs such as Ruin, Das Bunker, Eternal, and Hex Hollywood. In addition to her guest spots, she co-promoted/created , Wumpskate, Los Angeles’s only all ages roller skating event. Musically, her DJ style includes a heavy dose of Goth, Ethereal, Shoegaze, Dark 80’s, Dark Wave and Post-Punk. Since re-locating to Portland in late 2008, Wednesday has guest deejayed at Dementia, Oubliette, Hive, and Shadowplay; as well as starting her own monthly night Brickbat Mansion. In addition to these guest spots, Wednesday was also fortunate to be a part of Convergence 13 (2007) and Conflux (2008/2009) in Portland, Oregon.
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Athena Schaffer
Music is as essential to Athena as breathing! Everything from EBM/Darkwave to all flavors of Metal to Punk (especially Horror-Punk) to more atmospheric dark Gothic offerings. Athena started out as a disc jockey at the tender age of 17 in the Washington, DC area, before segueing to writing script for Associated Press Radio's Rock Notes, and then turning to print with Amusement Business Magazine (a Billboard sister-publication that covered Live entertainment), and Gothic Beauty Magazine. She lives with her husband, son, and menagerie in the Baltimore area. She also writes a music column for Count Gore's Creature Feature.
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Carolee Harrison
Carolee's life was changed at the age of sixteen when, on a rainy winter afternoon, a friend played for her the quintessential album It'll End in Tears by This Mortal Coil. Since then, music for moody days and stormy weather has constantly tempered her ill-fated love for the sun, keeping her in dark places like the goth clubs of San Francisco and Portland, a sub-basement of Portland State University, and her own damask-draped office during late-night writing sessions. In Portland, Carolee is also infrequently known as DJ Curatrix, the former host of KPSU Radio's "A Strange Choice of Favorites," and appears on rare occasions as a club DJ featuring gothic, post-punk, eighties, heavenly voices, dark folk and neo-classical music.

"When I hear music, I fear no danger. I am invulnerable. I see no foe. I am related to the earliest times, and to the latest." -- Henry David Thoreau
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