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As a renowned international DJ, BRENDA'S profile has rocketed over a short duration of time. From her first booking in 1991 at a small wine bar, which lead to a semi-residency in central London at "KNOWLEDGE". Co-promoted by Colin Faver, Colin Dale and Jane Howard "KNOWLEDGE" gained worldwide recognition for it's international line-ups.

When "KNOWLEDGE" ended in early 1993, Colin Faver and Colin Dale invited BRENDA to become a weekly resident at their new club night "DEEP SPACE". She then helped to organise and promote "DEEP SPACE - MISSION II" at The End night club in 1995, followed by "DEEP SPACE QUEST III - SUBMERGE" in 1997.

In addition to her bookings in London BRENDA has performed at various club nights & events around the world. UK gigs have included Universe's Voyager, Ultimate Base, Eurobeat 2000, Lost and Atomic Jam.

Her first international booking was at the Oxa Club in Switzerland, where she had the honour of being the first female DJ to play at the venue. With regular bookings at Club Douala (Ravensburg), she has also performed at the legendary Mayday event, The Omen, and Tresor (Germany), Rex Club (France), Twilo (USA), The Gazometer, Danube Rave, Biosphere (Austria) and The Fuse (Brussels).

She also performed at various events on the Frontpage Magazine "Natural Born Ravers and Total Confusion" tours and various one-off parties. Her DJ'ing has also lead her further afield to Seoul in South Korea (for a Casio party to promote the G Shock watches), Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Yugoslavia, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey, Portugal, Hungary, Slovenia, Czechoslovakia, USA, and Japan.

Not content with only DJ'ing in clubs, BRENDA has spread her wings and gained experience in radio presentation. In July 1996 she was invited by KISS 100 FM to present her own 3 hour show on the "GIVIN IT UP" slot. Prior to this she was involved in Brazen Radio's "Women in Music Festival" and Euronet Weekend Rave, (on satellite and cable networks). Interviews and her live mixes have also been aired on ORF (Vienna), B-92 (Belgrade/Serbia), KISS FM (Berlin) and GAIA LIVE on the internet.

Between 1994 and 1998 BRENDA worked at Phuture Trax, where she was responsible for Club and Radio Promotions on Techno and Experimental music. Working on projects from Carl Cox's FACT 1 compilation, (which she was awarded a BP Disc for sales of over 100,000 copies), Jeff Mills, Laurent Garnier, The Advent, CJ Bolland, Steve Stoll, and Slam. She has also worked on various other artists for labels such as Missile, Sublime and Soma. BRENDA also worked as a freelance A&R consultant for Nova Mute.

She also contributed to the Techno pages when Generator magazine was first launched writing record reviews and interviewing DJ's and artists.

In early 1998 she was approached by the artist ACCESS 58 to help them build their profile. BRENDA helped them to start their own record label ACCESS 58 RECORDS and she takes care of coordinating and promoting the releases. She also worked on the press promotion for SOUL DESTROYAZ - DESTROYED album on Synewave Records. Since January 2000 she has beene responsible for press promotion for the weekly club night, Ultimate Base, one-off Ultimate Base specials and Open to Torture parties.

Her contribution to the scene and determination to succeed led her to compile 3 compilation albums and produce one track to date. She is currently compiling a Biosphere compilation for Stargate in Austria, which will be released in october 2000.


  • Mirai - The Future - Kickin - 1999
  • Techno Nations 8 - Kickin - 1998
  • Innovators - Future Techno - Breakdown - 1995


  • Sista from another galaxy feat Darkstar - Space Hopper - Opium
    (licensed to Mayday - Lowspirit/Germany and Obsession - XXX/Austria 1995/1996)

Her new label project on_test www.ontest.co.uk will be launched in September 2000, with the first release by Jamie Anderson.

Contact   info@ontest.co.uk

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