Aussie-import Anna Lunoe has been destroying the game with her fierce and dirty house beats. The eclectic DJ opens up with Music Feeds' Zanda Wilson to discuss cutting her teeth in Sydney before the lock-out laws went into effect.

Aussie beatmaker Anna Lunoe is an incredible success story of a young producer who has made a name for herself living and working in the USA off the back of a long, hard slog on the Sydney club scene.

Earlier this year she became the first woman (alongside fellow Sydneysider Alison Wonderland) to headline the main stage at Las Vegas’ Electric Daisy Carnival, and as well as putting out tune after tune, she recently was given her very own show on Beats 1 radio called Hyperhouse.

Unearthing young electronic musicians is more than just a job for Lunoe. It’s a passion that began when she used to volunteer as a radio host living in Sydney. “I’ve always shared music and I had a radio show back in Australia that was actually pretty similar to Hyperhouse,” she explains. “It was just broadcasting to Sydney, not the entire world – but it was something I always took seriously and I spent a lot of time digging for it and sharing new music.


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