Volvox has been pushing the sound and spirit of underground dance culture since 2006. Her sensitive and energetic sets have made her a favorite among party devotees. No matter the situation she captures the crowd with everything from raw acid and EBM-flavored techno, to dreamy sensual deep house.
Based in NYC since 2011, she currently holds one residency in Brooklyn: JACK DEPT. NYC 1st Fridays at notorious underground hotspot Bossa Nova Civic Club with John Barera of Supply Records. Since moving to NYC she has skillfully risen through the ranks of Brooklyn DJs playing breakthrough gigs for The Long Count, Lost Soul, and S!CK parties, opening for dance luminaries such as The Hacker and Tony Humphries.
As a co-organizer and resident DJ of the industrial/techno crossover Black Magic parties in Boston (2007), she developed a series of events that were as much visual experiences as aural. Past guests included DJ duo Dethlab from Detroit, electro-maximalists Motor from London, and minimal techno giants Pan-Pot from Berlin. The Black Magic parties were even given a nod by DJ Hell, who commented that the atmosphere of the events were in the same vein as the work he has been doing himself for the past 10 years.
As part of the Basstown crew she helped bring the hottest live electronic acts and groundbreaking young producers from around the country and the world to Boston. Parties headlined by Gui Boratto, Drop the Lime and Diplo broke new ground for electronic music in Boston (2008). Local legends Passion Pit played their breakout show at Basstown's Great Scott Residency.
Her former residency Make It New continues to be Boston's premier party for new House and Techno. While at the helm she spearheaded bringing in an extensive list of international artists such as Marcel Dettmann, Roman Flugel and Sian to play the wonderfully intimate Middlesex Lounge. The weekly party celebrated it's 10-year anniversary in 2014.