Playing some of the nation’s biggest club nights, including Valve (Brunel Rooms), Herbal (London), EQ Stratford (London), SE1 (London), Scala (London), Cornhall (Cirencester), and Raveology (Air Birmingham) to name a few, this UK based Dj has been rocking dancefloors worldwide. She has been featured on the MC Convention tape pack alongside Skibadee and Shabba D. Her presence has been featured in many publications, including EGG, Hardstep Sistaz, Dogsonacid, The BBC and various newspapers.
After winning the liquidfunk.co.uk mix competition and later also qualifying as a finalist in the Movement and Driveby Competition at Bristol Academy in 2004, Missrepresent started playing outside of her homeland. She went also go on to headline many more venues abroad to include The Wagon Club (Poland), Club Cube (Lodz Poland), Porto Play DnB (Portugal) and Lisbon (Portugal) with many return visits to each part of Germany.
2005 was a busy year for Missrep, focusing her efforts more on her station, AftershockRadio. This year would also be the mark of Missrepresent’s first international residency at Bambu in Northern Germany. ASR’s entire roster would later travel alongside her residency in various feature spots. She has been the cover story of EGG Magazine, a music information source. To close out 2005, Missrepresent would play on the Movement Tour as a resident at Brunels and would become the only female DJ to play on Dillinja and Lemon D’s Valve Sound System so many times.
The following year would see a shift in attention to her monthly events. 2006 took her abroad throughout Europe, playing many spots in Tenerife, and Spain. She would go on to secure more residencies across the UK. She also joined Urban Agency, where she was their first female artist to be added to their roster.
Six years after Missrepresent’s initiation into the UK’s drum ‘n bass scene, she continued to advance to headliner status. 2007 would present her sixth set on the massive Valve Sound System, as well as her first feature in the UK’s Premier drum ‘n bass magazine, Knowledge. Her repertoire seems to be ever-expanding, as she is now taking bookings for breakbeat sets and has club nights held in Leamington, Gloucester, and Coventry alongside Devotion. AfterShockRadio events have expanded to other parts of Europe and the UK, including Germany, Mass Brixton London, Leeds, Cirencester and Cheltenham. Her crew would also support various second rooms at some of the country’s biggest events – Valve Bedlam, Desire London, High Rollers Swindon, and with Peter F at Mass Brixton London and SE1. The year would take on an impressive end, bringing on more interviews with SoGlos, the county’s leading music resource, a set on Radio Cardiff with DJ Kallista (with quarterly requests for live mixes and interviews) and her first headlining international New Year’s Eve gig, where she played to a packed 2,000 capacity crowd alongside Bad Company and Moving Fusion in Bremen, Germany for Lifeline Promotions.
2008 was off to a great start and her website received a facelift, moving towards a more professional, flash-based appearance (instead of the previous forum-based formula), and ASR looks to be ever-expanding as she promotes a large venue in Coventry. She is now supported by Fly53 Clothing (who also supports the likes of The Klaxons). Bookings include upcoming events for Bedlam @ Carling Academy, as well as bookings abroad to Tenerife for a second time and Rome (in a massive 7,000 capacity outdoor event). Among her most notable accomplishments, Missrepresent was nominated at Raveology’s Drum & Bass Awards for Best Female Artist and Breakthrough DJ, while AfterShockRadio was nominated for Best Internet Radio Station for the second year in a row. Professional support continues from labels in drum and bass while Missrepresent joined industry giant, Ecler/Ortofon as part of their pro team. The team is headed by Sonny Wharton and is in association with Henleydesigns.co.uk. Missrepresent is also preparing for the world’s biggest drum ‘n bass festival, Innovation in the Sun, which took place June in Barcelona, where shel played as a resident. Her first USA tour later 08’ took her to Chicago, Denver and Reno.
2009 kick started with 25 upcoming bookings including charity events in Manchester, and a massive New years Eve gig headlining in Germany with Skiba dee. A shift took place with her managing her own diary full time, and 2 massive gigs in Taipei Taiwan and Seoul Korea for February. The summer shows her again playing for massive dance events, Global Energy Weekender with Random Concept, being invited to take part in judging the Dj and Mc finals for the RC Academy. She returns after a busy summer schedule in October for the 2nd year at BPM – Europes biggest DJ Performance show which is held at The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.