Sister Bliss

In Session

Together with iconic frontman Maxi Jazz and producer Rollo Armstrong, she formed Faithless: one of the most successful electronic acts with a career spanning 17 years, that included 8 albums (3 at number 1), and six top 10 singles. To date, Faithless have sold in excess of 15 million records worldwide and have played live to millions across the world, headlining festivals, stadiums and arenas. The genre spanning band have collaborated with acts such as Boy George, Cat Power and Dido, never conforming and moving effortlessly across an eclectic range of genres.

Following a 28 year career that took Sister Bliss as a DJ from the underground UK club scene to selling out arena shows, and headlining festivals globally she has deservedly established herself as one of Britain’s most iconic and long lasting female electronic artists in the world.

Her hugely successful weekly radio show and podcast ‘Sister Bliss in Session’, is syndicated to over 100 stations & 43 countries worldwide. She recently guest presenting Giles Peterson’s acclaimed show on BBC6 music and regularly stands in for Ana Matronic on the Dance Devotion show on BBC Radio 2. She has recently presented a 5 part series on Bauer Media’s Scala Radio station joining the dots between classical and electronic music.

A classically trained multi instrumentalist, she has also scored numerous TV, film and theatre productions:

Credits include 2012ʼs film Knife Fight starring Rob Lowe, and directed by 2-times Oscar winner, Bill Guttentag, commissions for Sex & The City 2, Chasing Amy Danny Boyleʼs The Beach, A Life Less Ordinary, acclaimed British film The Hide, Crossing The Line and popular TV drama Life Begins (ITV) and The Poison Tree ( ITV) . Plus many other synchs over the years in TV and film.

For theatre, Bliss has written music for The Black Album and The Emperor Jones at The National Theatre in London, as well as composing an original piece for the London Sinfonietta, which was performed at Fuse Festival, UK. She recently had a lead role in major prime time BBC1 show ‘The Recording Studio’ mentoring the contributors and producing their final recordings.

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