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Fear of Symmetry grew up in a small town, where she was co-founder and a bassist for a crossover band, whose music was strongly influenced by post punk, noise and shoegaze. At the same time, she played the drums for another local band. Also, during this period (late '90s), she had her own radio show on alternative music, and worked as an organizer for a number of events as well, where she made her first DJ steps.
From post-punk, shoegaze, noise, indie and such, she gradually turned to more electronic- oriented music genres, falling in love with the Bristol trip-hop scene on one side and Flying Rhino trance sound on the other.
After moving to the capital city (2003) she embraced the electronic music more openly, and became a follower of a number of scenes, from industrial, minimal techno, microhouse, IDM, and electroclash. She then began to experiment with sound in Propellerhead's Reason Studio, which she stayed faithful to up to now.
Debut EP Fear Of Symmetry was released for the FEM Records, 2009.
She also works as a DJ.