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 GroovCast 010 : Miss Nine : 02 Oct 08 iTunes Podcast | download | listen | discuss


In the heavily male dominated DJ market, it is rare to find a female DJ who can create a huge impact on the scene in a short amount of time. Miss Nine has not only been able to outshine and make her presence known in such a world, but she has done so all within four years of picking up a record. With her eclectic taste in music, ranging from energetic grooves with plenty of vocals to a deeper, progressive sound, Miss Nine is sure to turn heads and move feet any where she performs.

Kristin Schrot began her career, not as a deejay, but as a model. At 16, she made it to the finals of one of the largest modeling pageants in Germany, and soon after secured a worldwide contract with Elite Model Management. Longing for more, her passion for music led Kristin to move to Amsterdam where she dubbed herself Miss Nine and began pursuing a career in the electronic industry.

Only a few months after touching the decks for the first time, she became a resident DJ at the locally legendary Motion parties where she evolved as an artist and deejay while playing alongside masters such as John Digweed, Dave Seaman, Nick Warren, and James Zabiela. In 2003 she began touring abroad and even made an appearance as the youngest artist at the 10th edition of Dance Valley.

At the end of 2005, Miss Nine was asked by Grammy Award winning dj duo Deep Dish to join Bullitt Bookings, the reputable agency of A-list deejays such as Deep Dish, Nic Fanciulli, and Danny Howells. This merger has allowed Miss Nine to explode onto the forefront of the DJ scene. Miss Nine performs around the world, spinning at clubs such as Pacha in Ibiza, Space in Miami, Avalon in LA, Crobar in New York, and Ministry of Sound in London, with her fan base multiplying by the minute.

Miss Nine is the first female to mix a compilation for Washington-based Yoshitoshi Recordings, the world-renowned leader in progressive and big-room house music. The highly anticipated Yoshitoshi Ibiza mixed by Miss Nine (YRCDLP15) was released in September 2006. Less than four months later the album reached the highest position at the iTunes Dance Album Chart in the USA: number 1! To continue this success Miss Nine released an album on the world famous Armada label: Dancefloor Sessions (ARMA134) in June 2008. A second Yoshitoshi album can be expected at the end of 2008. Donít forget to turn on your internet radio station: Miss Nine hosts her own radio shows at Vonyc.com every third Tuesday of the month, at DI.fm every third Monday of the month, at Frisky Radio every fourth Tuesday of the month and at Proton Radio every fourth Wednesday of the month.

While enduring this exhausting tour schedule, Miss Nine still works fulltime as model for Elite. Modeling also takes her across the globe as the highlight of various photo shoots and ad campaigns for designers like Tommy Hilfiger, Armani, Lancome, Custo, and Pepe Jeans. She has appeared on the cover of several magazines, most notably Elle Magazine in Amsterdam.



Miss Nine is touring worldwide in 2008, so make sure to check www.miss-nine.com or
www.bullittbookings.com and catch the queen of the decks at a venue near you!

 
 
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