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about non sequitur:
For nearly a decade, Non Sequitur has seamlessly married her favorite aspects of the genres she loves: the gritty basslines of electro, the bouncing beats of house, and the poetic chords of progressive house and trance. Her performances are versatile yet distinct, and her technical precision and musical dexterity have drawn praise from many corners of the music
scene. She currently holds residencies with renowned clubs Temple SF and Ruby Skye.
Ms. Sequitur has brought her unique sounds to many labels under the Plasmapool umbrella, as well as YourEDM Records, Temple Music Group, and many other fine labels. Her “Microwave” EP was her first release on Plasmapool imprint TRXX, and features remixes by house heavyweight Mike Balance and Insomniac’s Discovery Project winner Fiasko Daniels, and her upcoming release “Eviscera” will be her debut on internationally renowned big room label Ensis Records. She has played alongside world class acts such as Feed Me, DallasK, Rebecca & Fiona, Croatia Squad, Nora En Pure, Pierce Fulton, Mat Zo, Tritonal, Jack Beats, and many, many more.
- Non Sequitur's first release on YourEDM Records "The Itis" quickly became her top-selling track on Beatport. This release is first of what will surely be many fire releases with YourEDM Records. Read a feature on "The Itis" on YourEDM.com.
- Non Sequitur's 2014 release "Microwave" was well received on many outlets. As her first release on Plasmapool imprint TRXX, it features remixes by house heavyweight Mike Balance and Insomniac's Discovery Project winner Fiasko Daniels. It has received coverage on The DJ List and has been supported by house legend DJ Dan.
- Non Sequitur made her New York debut in 2013 as opening support for Bunny of Rabbit in the Moon at Rabbit Whole, an EDC New York after party. She also landed a spot DJing at Winter Music Conference 2015 in Miami.
- After ending her three-year stint with EPR, she went on to join fellow EPR alumnus M3RC as a resident at Ruby Skye in 2014, and after regularly gracing Temple SF's stage since 2010, she finally became an official resident in spring 2017.