Through the bass, she found her place.  Like most of us who love electronic dance music, we were drawn right from the start, and immediately entered the point of no return.  It was the early 90’s and the sounds of house music were harder than ever, little did the EDM world know, these beats were falling upon the: ears, mind, and soul of who is now to be one of the most innovative house dj’s that has ever graced the world of dance music, “The Lady Of The House”, Jennifer Marley.  Instantly Jennifer became a focus in the NY areas of Albany, and Binghamton areas, her full throttle promoting style, had her throwing heavy parties, (those old ones we still dream of today), earning her the unique opportunity to work alongside angelic EDM pioneers such as:  Frankie Bones, Josh Wink, Adam X, allowing her to be a part of the concrete foundation, that the dance music world is built on to this day.

What Jennifer did next should be the basis for every, business success class taught worldwide.  When most of us left our house, we walked away; Jennifer brought the house with her.  Upon her arrival to Central Florida, the break beat explosion was at its apex.  As a true native of the EDM world Jennifer embraced the sound of Florida and its break beat style of dance music, how could she not when these beats were being dropped by the god fathers of breaks:  DJ Icey, J Break, Eric Beretta and the rest of the sunshine states greatest, but just like a true believer in the gospel, those hard house beats born of the north still were what made her groove.  Many Djs drop many styles but they all have the one, and Jennifer Marley brought the house with her, and in 2001 decided to step behind the tables, put the needle on the record, and begin her career as one of the most respected Djs to this day.  She picked up residencies, at such local venues in Melbourne Florida as:  Sanctuary, Producers, City Tropics, and On Tap, where she spun both house and breaks.  Earning her reputation as a relentless bass driver, she was requested to reveal her talent at such Orlando venues as:  The Club @ Firestone, Tabu, and Alpha Bar, making her way down south to, Ovation in Boynton Beach, back up north to drop some science at The Hook in Brooklyn, and let’s not forget “Winter Music Conference” 2004 The Gathering Of The Tribes, Miami Florida.  Delivering the bass LIVE via radio stations such as:  107.1 Vybe Radio Miami, and Kiss 105.3 Gainesville, as well as internet stations including:, and, and to the present ripping it up world wide on,, Free World Vibe Radio, BeatLounge Radio and Kittikun Minimal Techno from Japan. Still every set is harder, more intense and power driven than the next, but you would never know she felt that way as she stands behind the decks, grooving so gracefully watching the crowd dance harder than they have ever danced before.
Techno, Tech House