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Sister Bliss

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Current Location ::
London, UK

Music Genres :: Trance

Alias/Collaboration: ::
Faithless


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DJ List Ranks :: (Global) 1,526 (Trance) 206

Sister Bliss is a name that for many will need little explaining. Best known for her role as a pivotal member of Faithless, the world’s only multi-million selling stadium dance band, the first lady of dance has also found time over the years to release mix compilations, make music for film soundtracks, TV and theatre, and DJ around the world. Her career behind the decks has blazed a trail for female DJs the world over, as Bliss stepped up to play (and often beat) the boys at their own game.

2007 was a big year for Faithless, but now her band commitments have quietened Sister Bliss is highlighting the other string to her bow with ‘Nightmoves’, a double headed package of Bliss beats, set for release on Godlike & Electric.

Thirteen years deep in the game, Sister Bliss is at the top of promo lists the world over and so on this mix is able to drop in major underground talents like Adam K, alongside classic main room anthems courtesy of Underworld and Splittr. Proving she still has her finger firmly on the pulse, Bliss also drops in anthems in the making, with new hits from the likes of Pryda (aka Eric ‘Call On Me’ Prydz), PNAU and her very own remix of The Enemy’s ‘This Song’, alongside fellow Faithless founder Rollo.

Across the mix Bliss pays homage to the styles that first drew her to dance music, touching on acid house synth lines and the warm soulful side of Detroit techno, all the time keeping things fresh and exciting. A spattering of vocal house is also thrown in, blending perfectly with the emotive, electronic, soulful sounds Bliss favours.

Sister Bliss’ love affair with house music first began in 1987 and over the years she has inspired countless other female DJs to enter the testosterone-ridden world of club culture. With both Mercury Music Prize & BRIT nominations, six albums – two of them UK number ones, plus countless sold out gigs and headline festival sets the world over, she has proved herself as one sister who, through doing it for herself, has contributed to the club scene as we know it today in a big way.

Now busy working on a 7th studio album, and preparing for a hectic summer of headline DJ sets across Europe – including an exclusive monthly residency at Pacha, Ibiza – as well as continuing her long held residency at The Gallery, Ministry of Sound, Bliss is definitely not one to rest on her laurels. It seems Godlike & Electric have been lucky to capture a mix from a DJ vying for the title of the hardest working woman in dance.

Faithless

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Current Location :: London, UK

Real Name ::
Sister Bliss & Ayalah Bentovim
Music Genres :: Trance

Alias/Collaboration: ::
Faithless


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DJ List Ranks :: (Global) 188 (House) 42 (Prog House) 48

The three principal members of Faithless are Maxi Jazz, Sister Bliss and Rollo. The band was formed in 1995, the debut single "Salva Mea (Save Me)" was released that same year. Jazz acts as a vocalist in mostly rap format with lyrics that have strong spiritual or socio-political content. Bliss constructs most of the music herself electronically, but is talented in playing the piano, violin, saxophone and bass. Rollo heads and produces the band. Lead female vocals for many of their songs are performed by Pauline Taylor, who also performed lead vocals for singles by Rollo released under his monikers Rollo Goes Mystic and Rollo Goes Spiritual.

Faithless have released five albums of their own work, the first four gaining moderate success on the album charts. The albums are called Reverence (which reached number 36), Sunday 8PM (reaching number 31), Outrospective (at number 47) and No Roots (which debuted at number 17); they were released between 1996 and 2004, with a greatest hits album out in 2005. In light of their dance roots, each of the four studio albums has been followed with a subsequent bonus disc of remixes. Their fifth album, To All New Arrivals, was released in 2006.

As well as their own studio albums, all three members actively engage in other people's work as solo figures. Sister Bliss is a prominent dance DJ and has for a long time toured the circuit on her own, remixed others' albums and even appeared in music videos, such as Paul Oakenfold's "Weekend". Maxi Jazz brought out an album before the formation of Faithless and also worked on pirate radio. He also collaborated with Faithless founding member Jamie Catto on his new project 1 Giant Leap guesting on a song with Robbie Williams. Finally, Rollo founded the label Cheeky Records and has produced the music of other artists, most notably his sister Dido's albums, as well as using various monikers to create popular dance music under the names Rollo Goes ... (Camping, Mystic and Spiritual), Felix, Our Tribe (with Rob Dougan), and Dusted.

The band also collectively indulge in mixtapes of other musicians' work, either mixed by the group or merely selected by them. This includes the long running Back to Mine sessions as well as The Bedroom Sessions and more recently the Renaissance 3D music project, in conjunction with the Renaissance nightclub.

On 29 September 2006, the first single "Bombs" from their album To All New Arrivals made its debut on BBC Radio 1's Pete Tong show. The album was released on 27 November 2006. "Bombs" generated moderate controversy with its music video, as demonstrated by MTV's refusal to air it [1]. The music video featured interchanged clips of war scenes and daily life; symbolizing the presence of war all around us. As said by the director of the music video Howard Greenhalgh, "War infects all our lives; recently it feels that this has increasingly become 'our way of life'".

On 7 August 2009, a dub mix of the track "Sun to Me" from their latest studio album, not yet released, made its debut on BBC Radio 1's Pete Tong show; Sister Bliss commented on it that it was something to get connected with the dance floor again. "Sun to Me" has been given as a free download to all users that have registered on the new Faithless site, or subscribed to their newsletter. The track has been released on the band's MySpace page as well. On 12 February 2010, the first official single from the next Faithless album was played on BBC Radio 1's Pete Tong show. The name of the single is "Not Going Home" and it will be released on 3 May 2010. The name of the new album is The Dance, and it is scheduled to be released on 17 May 2010.

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