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LONELY KIDS CLUB x TASSONE
Jessica Tassone is a DJ/producer based out of Eora/Sydney, playing drum n bass/jungle/uk bass. Her style is a curated selection of cinematic and jazzy songs that are groovy and uplifting.
Over the last 2 years, Jessica has been producing music. She has released two tracks, ‘Where Would I’, and ‘Love Or Dreaming’ on LA based label Fantastic Voyage. She has multiple forthcoming EPs dropping in 2022.
Her love of presenting curated selections of bass artists has taken her evolving collective ‘Cabin Fever Crew’ from protest parties, to free parties and warehouses. Cabin Fever Crew was formed to create fair opportunities within the Sydney bass community.
Tassone is heavily involved with Honey Trap Sound System, the first (but not the last!) all femme run sound system in Sydney. She is dubbed the ‘DJ Hotline’ contact in the crew and regularly plays with them live and on their radio shows.
2021 brought the creation of ‘Music for Change’, a bass music label created alongside Andrew Wowk, to raise money for charities. So far they have run campaigns for domestic violence victims, Yothu Yindi, and The Dhadjowa Foundation.
Jessica enjoys helping various community projects and has a strong belief in skill sharing. She gave a crash course speech named ‘Being a Female DJ in a male dominated scene’ at the UN Women’s Youth Leadership weekend event in Sydney 2019. She has worked with the homeless community over the years and has strong interests in harm prevention and drug reform.
Jessica also enjoys other creative hobbies, like drawing, painting, mural work, graphic design and photography. Professionally trained in Visual Arts, her interests creatively mesh together often. She lives this out usually by creating event flyers and album art for her friends. She’s dabbled in shirt design before, selling many of her infamous ‘Disco Jesus’ through lockdown.
You can catch her every fortnight on Orbital Radio, or her monthly resident slot on Goatshed, ‘Tassone presents Down Underground’, most weekends playing somewhere in the Sydney CBD(wearing big ass pom poms of course!), or glued to her ipad planning secret raves and drawing pictures.
Art by Tassone
Featuring a custom digital small front and large back print
Mid weight, 180 GSM, 100% combed cotton
Neck ribbing, side seamed, shoulder to shoulder tape, double needle hems, preshrunk to minimise shrinkage
All items printed and shipped from Sydney.
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Lonely Kids Club invests its profits into a variety of non-for-profit welfare groups and charities. One of the biggest groups we work with is Animal Rescue Cooperative. To date we have raised over $50,000 for Animal Rescue Services in Australia.
We also raise money for broad range of charities such Headspace, Transcend Australia and The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.
Most of our products are sourced through AS Colour and other ethical suppliers who we chose specifically because of their high quality products and transparent ethical processes. Some of the social responsibility measures we take include:
- Transparency around production and promotion of fair, healthy, and safe practices.
- Partnership with The Better Cotton Initiative.
- Responsibly sourcing materials and ensuring ethical practices are maintained all through our supply chain.
All by-products of the printing process are either reused or recycled. We have removed nearly all plastic from our supply chain. Our ink cartridges are reused. All of our cardboard is recycled and we work with a supplier in Western Sydney who breaks down the components of our leftover ink into environmentally friendly nutrients to enrich soil.