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Rebecca Saforia is always searching for inspiration. Her consistent experimentation with sound & music enables her to create a distinctive inimitable style which is constantly evolving to ensure the listener is always engaged.

She continues to break new ground and constantly working on new releases by experimenting with new sounds, textures, tones, and expertly combining key elements from other musical genres with the essence of trance & tech trance.

Rebecca Saforia's climactic ascent began with her debut EP Palingenesis which reached number 1 in the trance charts, since then her second EP soared to the number 1 spot surpassing all expectations

Her latest remix with Vandit's Ben Nicky 'Pangea' is set to be another smash hit, already receiving support from Armin Van Buuren on 'State of Trance ASOT 458' with further support from Paul Van Dyk, Above & Beyond, Judge Jules, Dave Pierce, Alex MORPH, Giuseppe Ottovani and many others.

In her short career Rebecca has worked with many names including Fast Distance, Fabio Stein & Ben Nicky with future releases agreed on Spinnin' Records, Monster Tunes & Spellbinding Records.

Its not just production that has made Rebecca Saforia such an instant success, her inimitable DJ style is sure to send any crowd into a frenzy.
She has remixed for Gatecrasher Kent and is booked to play Ministry of Sound, Pacha London & Ibiza with Vicky Devine this year.

Rebecca is currently playing SlinkyFM alongside some of the worlds biggest names including Sander Van Doorn, Matt Darey, Fabio Stein and Graham Gold which has rapidly increased her global following. She also hosts a monthly radio show names Tranceforia sessions which is currently played on over 20 radio stations worldwide both internet and FM.

Rebecca's diversity means she plays a plethora of styles from the trance genre as well as her pseudo name 'Dreamweaver' which she identifies as her 'alter ego' playing Electro/Techno/Indie.
All we can say as we enter 2010 is, watch this space…

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