Miss Sunshine / Insolate

Miss Sunshine / Insolate

MISS SUNSHINE

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The work of this Croatian DJ on labels like Deeply Rooted, Decoy, KMS, Random Island along with remixes of her work by great artists like Markus Suckut, Tim Xavier, Zadig and Jeroen Search help to endorse a long and professional career beginning in 1997.

She has traveled the world playing her music visiting England, France, Portugal, Germany, Romania and Spain to name a few, also played on the biggest festivals in the world as Tomorrowland, Amsterdam Dance Event and her Croatian favourite, Dimension Festival. She has also visited South America where she toured Columbia several times.

In 2014 Dj Awards gave recognition to Croatia as a “Dance Nation of the Year” and Miss Sunshine received award on Ibiza in behalf of it.

In 2015. she released The Mood Module EP on famous Deeply Rooted Records, under a new alias Insolate.

Her sets encompasses everything Sunshine is about, varieties of techno rich in colour and melodies, sometimes brooding and mysterious, all an extension of this lady’s warm personality and energy.. Her sets are packed with an individual style, groove and technique that have become her trademark.

She began her journey on the radio show “Clubhopping” the first “on air” electronic music experience in her area at that time which landed her a prime residency at the Oxygene club in 1999, she then began a two year residency at the Vega Club.

In 2002 Miss Sunshine played at some of the biggest electronic dance festivals in Europe playing at the Valkana Beach Festival in Croatia, the Exit Festival in Serbia.

Her success continued in 2006 when she joined the Tuborg Green DJ Academy as a coach teaching young people the basics in DJ skills, electronic music history and equipment. In the same year she met Marko Moree and they started making music together and produced their first EP “The morning after” on Decoded Mini records.

2009 saw her release her first solo EP called “Hush!” on Monocline Records with a remix from the famous Portuguese duo Re:Axis. Both tracks ended up on the Beatport Top 10 Chart.

In 2010 her remix of Re:Axis “Everything that we knew” hit the top 20 of the Beatport chart and a number of releases and remixes on Lazerslut, Monocline etc. kept her in the spotlight.

Continuing on in 2011 and inspired by a tour of Colombia she released “La Locura” with Tim Xavier and Miro Pajic on remixing duties, all 4 tracks on the EP went into the top 100 with reaching a highest position of 13.

2012 saw her continuing to tour across Europe and return to Columbia hitting the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), Valkane Summer Beach Festival and Hartera along the way.

In 2013 highlights were definitely Tomorrowland, the biggest festival of electronic music and releases on KMS (legendary label from Kevin Sounderson), Decoy, Random Island and Tic Tac Toe.

In 2014 Dj Awards gave recognition to Croatia as a “Dance Nation of the Year” and Miss Sunshine received award on Ibiza in behalf of it.

In 2015. she released The Mood Module EP on famous Deeply Rooted Records, under a new alias Insolate. Release was widely supported from Rolando, Anthony Parasole, Truncate, Tripeo, Radio Slave, Luke Slater, Slam, Perc, Tommy Four Seven etc…

The list of countries now hit by the Sunshine include Colombia, Greece, England, Italy, Belgium, Estonia, Lithuania, Netherlands, France, Turkey, Malta, Georgia, Denmark, Cyprus, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Czech Rep, Germany, Ukraine, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Macedonia, Kosovo, Romania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia and many more..

Seeing people’s reaction to her music along the way has inspired Miss Sunshine throughout her career, driving her to produce music. This driving force has ensured that she mesmerises her audience on the dance floor every time she plays.

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