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Dasha Rush , real name Dasha Ptitsyna Van Celst Born in Russia, she grow up in Moscow. Began to dj in her home country at the age of 14. Opening herself to diverse style of electronic music from ambient to hardcore. After her move towards Europe in 1996, beside djing and working in fashion business, Dasha Rush began multi-artistic collaborations alongside artists and dancers. Developing sound installations and working with theatre/dance pieces. Well-travelled Muscovite Dasha Rush has spent most of her time between Paris, London and Tokyo, Exploring emotional and technological aspects of electronique music, as well as symbiosis and conflicts between sound and other artistic expressions. During this period she brings up "Hunger to Create" concept , awakening ,earlier mentioned ,relations between music and arts. In end of the year 2004 she approached back to dancefloor music , and create new record label called "Fullpanda" www.fullpanda.com . Her first release was quite successful track called "Shtirlitz" was taking places in various dj's charts. In 2006 her debut album "Forms ain't Formats" , where she combine dancefloor rhythms and bass lines with experimental soundscapes , mixing cold industrial with minimalistic atmosphere . This release provoke numerous reaction and reviews from international music magazines, dj , producers as well as several following Ep's. Now days Dasha Rush performs mostly Live acts and dj sets time to time. Developing her Labels , and producing other artists. Dasha Rush performed all over the globe, In numerous venues, alongside with famous and less known artists Never stopped experimenting, In 2009 She released her second album , called "I run iron i run ironic" on "Hunger to Create records", very different to all other release. Presentation of the release was a special live concert with elements of theater play and taking place at the small church , Theaterkaplle in Berlin. /video sample of concert/ This release provoked different opinions, followed by some reviews here. Electronic beats magazine Sound revolt De:Bug magazine Groove magazine If taking Fullpanda slogan , wich perfectly describe musical attention of Dasha Rush and her labels ,no need more words "All you need is ears" ......

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