Ever since arriving in Melbourne some many years ago, Sundelin has been racking up an impressive list of the city’s most iconic hotspots to her name, with previous performances at My Aeon, New Guernica, Lounge, Killing Time Bar, The Carlton, Brown Alley, and the Railway hotel.
She has also played at other clubs like Sankeys, Tusk Bar, and Circus in Tokyo, Japan; as well as currently maintaining a Friday residency at Prahran’s ‘Revolver upstairs’ – voted the No#1 nightclub in Melbourne by a Resident Advisor poll – and another one for Stable Music’s popular ‘Summer Series’ event.
Outside of the regular club nights and residencies, Sandra has DJed at larger events such as the very popular annual series ‘Piknic Electronik’ (Melbourne), which has outlets worldwide, as well as for the ‘Tell No Tales’ series. In the past couple of years she has seen action throughout a variety of Australian outdoor music festivals and bush doofs, including Maitreya Festival (2013), Earthcore (2015 & 2016), Rainbow Serpent (2016), and in 2017 she performed at ‘Beyond the Valley’ – as well as the brand new Babylon Festival launch in 2017.
During the months of October and November of 2016, she embarked on a tour of Tokyo, Japan – with the highlight of the trip being her guest appearance on the long-running and widely renown DJ platform Dommune. As Japan’s equivalent to the more popularly known online streaming/event series Boiler Room, Sandra performed a deep, hypnotic and atmospheric techno DJ set for the Dommune site.
Throughout her rapidly expanding and busy musical career, Sandra has played an integral part in a great number of events and club nights, and along the way, performed DJ sets in the company of numerous heavyweight international artists. Some of the acts she has played in support of include: KiNK, Spencer Parker, Jay Lumen, DJ Tennis, DJ Deep, Randomer, Stimming, Robert Babicz, MOSCA, Ben Pearce, Roman Poncet/Traumer, and many more.
Over the course of the rest of the year, Sundelin aims to work on improving her music production – honing both her individualistic style and technical skills – with an aim to releasing some original compositions in the near future. Up until recently, she has been crafting her unique style of electronica and techno within the Digital Audio Workstation – Ableton Live 9. However, the hardware arena of her studio has been slowly and steadily growing with her setup now incorporating a Novation LaunchPad and LaunchKey MIDI controller, a Moog Minitaur bass synthesizer, a Tascam Field Recorder, and a Tanzbar Lite drum machine. By combining her existing knowledge of ‘in-the-box’ style track production alongside hardware synthesis and drum machine pattern recordings; Sundelin has her eyes fully set on her first debut EP release sometime this year.