One of the founding members of Sweden’s All Out Dubstep crew started out life as a techno DJ back in 1995. She quickly gained respect from her peers such Adam Beyer, Cari Lekebusch and Joel Mull, as the only female techno DJ in the Swedish club scene at that time. This was documented in a book called “Techno - musiken, dansen och scenen” by Sara Larsson (1997).
Move forward to 2007 and Gena helped to forge the mighty All Out Dubstep Crew helping to run a host of parties across Sweden, Europe and Asia. She can often be found playing alongside the dubsteps scene’s biggest stars such as Benga, Skream, Distance, Mala, Coki, Silkie, Kromestar and many others.
The roster has also included numerous appearances on Swedish national radio, guest mixes for brands such as Nike, Reebok, Fenchurch and European club/festival appearances. In 2013 she was selected as the tour Dj for Swedish grime artist Max Peezay playing a host of sell out venues and appearing on Swedish TV.
Her sets often take in influences such as Future Garage, Dubstep, Kuduro and trap. But one thing is for certain, the order of the day is always bone shaking baselines and rough edgy beats.
Hence the reason she's been dubbed “THE QUEEN OF BASS”