Drop the Lime, Tamara Sky Enjoying Sloppy Seconds at White Room Saturday

Photo by Rony Alwin
Dj Tamara Sky
​Okay, so I'll admit this post is really just about posting another hot-as-fuck picture of DJ/model Tamara Sky. So sue me. I've already publicly admitted my love for her. So sorry that from time to time I want to look at something pretty.

That being said, despite her astonishing good looks, Tamara Sky is a killer behind the decks. The girl recently returned from Turkey -- yes, the country -- where she spent New Year's spinning for Eurasia's hip set. Now she's back home to do another rare local set at White Room this Saturday with Trouble & Bass kingpin Drop the Lime, who we've written about exhaustively on this blog, so if you don't know him by now, there is no helping you.

Both will help Atlanta hipster party, Sloppy Seconds, take over White Room's Arcade party this Saturday. Also on the bill are ATL DJ Smiles and resident DJs Damaged Goods and Troy Kurtz. Looking for more bass? The Red Room will host Juan Basshead along with Mas Inc, Kaprah and Synergist.

Tickets are still available for $10 via

After the jump, a video of Tamara Sky doing her thang -- spinning, of course.

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