Ixindamix rode onto the Spiral Tribe dancefloor in 91 and left her horse behind as she ditched Ethno for Techno and joined the tribe as they headed to London for a winter of warehouse parties.
She perfected her mixing skills in the warehouses of paris in 92/93 after the criminal justice bill in England forced the tribe to spread their decks further afield.
Finally entering the Spiral Studio in the winter of 93 to combat the woes of pregnancy on the road with an underground sound system,she gave birth to the sound of Acid Cheese and kept herself in-da-mix at all Spiral Raves.
Went on to play a big part in organising the first czechtek in 94, kickstarting the techno scene there and attempting her first analogue livesets with SP23.
Fully infected she continued to spread the sound through Germany, Holland, Austria, Italy, Spain, Portugal and post-war Bosnia (with Desert Storm). She continued to develop her liveset ,filling the dancefloors of Europe with ‘all Races in all places’.
The new millenium saw the birth of Audiotrix record label in conjunction with long term partner Meltdown Mickey.
Audiotrix was created to allow musicians full musical freedom to stray from the paths of conventional music making and mix and match techno music with more traditional genres with dancefloor filling always the main priority.
Numerous collaborations have spawned from the label including BIOBEATS now a label in it's own right - fusing the oldschool vibe with the kicking sound of nu- skool breaks.
So changing styles more often than clothes she has now created her own unique sound of live electronic music in various tempos and rythmic structures,whilst also excelling as a D.j and maintaining current sets of Techno, Breakbeat and Drum ‘n Bass aswell as mixing her own productions, ‘cheesecore stylee' and introducing these sounds to new audiences in remote corners of the globe.
Keeping one foot firmly in the underground she plays live and D.j's internationally at all kinds of events from clubs to Teknivals and anything inbetween
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