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Jeanie unleashes filthy new track "Psychosis" on Space Yacht

We love to see the aggressive bangers come from powerhouse women in the scene, and Psychosis by Jeanie is no different. She came out swinging with a massive tune that immediately brought out our bass faces as we envisioned ourselves deep in the festival pit again one day.

Leading in with a catchy buildup, Jeanie raises the energy until unleashing a full-on slimey grime. In between a quick interlude, the 360 heat drops until it releases its grip and fades out at the end of this two-minute-16-second abduction.

"I made Psychosis one night after having writer’s block for a while and it’s definitely the result of a lot of pent-up aggression," she said. "It’s just the beginning of an even heavier era for me."

We love to hear that the heaviest is yet to come from this queen. Recently, Jeanie released the Sinner EP on Boogie T's record label Drama Club in October 2020, which featured several intense and dirty tracks that were truly a delight to listen to.

If you've ever seen a Jeanie set, you know how mind-blowing she truly is as both a DJ and producer. Due to COVID-19, Jeanie has not performed at many live events aside from a drive-in rave in Scranton, Pennsylvania and the Elements' COVID-safe Halloween festival, where she opened up in a spectacular fashion.

She also played a virtual set for Lost Lands Presents: Couch Lands Vol. 3, subsequently releasing a track on Subsidia Records with Jinx titled Doomsday. Jinx is another lady hot on our radar and we have her on the FBI Watch List alongside Jeanie this spring.

In addition to her personal career, in 2019 Jeanie launched GRL GANG, a label and community dedicated to expanding the presence of women in dance music. GRL GANG has released several collaborations since, as well as putting on livestreams, guest mixes, and more which highlighted and featured women artists such as Lizzy Jane, Lucille Croft, Jessica Audiffred and Layz.

Based in New York, Jeanie made her festival debut in 2018 at Camp Bisco and Big Dub Festival, and has gained the support of artists such as Liquid Stranger, Excision, Quix, Alison Wonderland and more. She has also shared the stage with an impressive list of artists such as Boogie T, Kai Wachi, Griz, ATLiens and many others.

Things are only just getting started for Jeanie, and seeing as she was named one of YOUR EDM's Top 40 Artists to Watch in 2020, everyone at Dubstep FBI is excited to see what this heavier era brings alongside the accomplishments she will achieve in the future.

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