BeXta’s career has been a unique and integral contribution to Australian dance music history. BeXta is recognized as Australia's first female dj. Starting in 1993, BeXta played her first live show to 3000 people.
She soon moved to Sydney and began releasing thru Sony, and touring nationally as a live act, and a dj. She was also signed to UK label Recover and released "One for the Road" including an Andy Farley remix, which was in the BBC 1 anthem list for 2001. She has released to date 16 singles, one Skirmish Live EP, one album which hit No8 in the ARIA Indy charts, and 12 Mixology compilations. She has just released, and is touring "Central Energy" with PeeWee Ferris and Showtek. BeXta is also in the studio producing some more tunes, and working towards her second album for release in 2010. Unlike other dj's, BeXta engineers and produces all her own music in her own studio in Melbourne.
Her dj and live show career highlights include tour support for internationals like Prodigy, Underworld, Fat Boy Slim, Carl Cox, and countless more, more Big Day Out's that any other act, and headlining events such as Utopia, Slinky, Gods Kitchen, Gatecrasher, Transmission and Kiss My Grass, her biggest crowd being 14,000 people. BeXta has residencies in most cities around the country, and is on the road touring most weeks of the year. She has played extensively through out Oz, and also New Zealand, Canada, Indonesia, the UK and Asia.
BeXta has done remixes of Vanessa Amarossi, ACDC, Icehouse, Wavestorm and recently completed remixes of Yakooza "Cocaine" and the Chicane hit "Don't Give Up" reworked by Chris Kaye. BeXta is currently remixing Lisa Lashes and Anne Savage and is about to start remixing for Alex Kidd, and Southend. She also has her own record label "Mixology Digital", and started Australian Shuffler - doing online Shuffle comps and SHFL events around the country. BeXta's Mixology radio show is broadcast on multiple stations around the world including Slinky where she is the only Australian dj with a weekly show.
This woman of dance stands out as a great contributor to Australian dance, and is on her way to ensuring her international mark is just as bold.