Known for energy-driven productions on the likes of Relief, Material, Flashmob Rec.
and her own Kittball imprint, Juliet Sikora’s work within the studio and almost two
decades behind the decks hasn’t gone unnoticed by those within the house scene.
Her very first release was in 2006 on Opaque Music alongside German duo Tube &
Berger, which led to a longstanding relationship with the pair and a string of notable
releases including their Beatport topping 2013 collaboration ‘Come On Now (Set It
Off)’, which was later picked up by Pete Tong’s FFRR imprint, as well as the creation
of their label which is co-owned by Sikora. The Dortmund based label has since
welcomed original material from the likes of Purple Disco Machine, Junior Jack,
Andhim, DeMarzo and David Keno plus remixes from Dennis Cruz, Wade, German
Brigante to name just a few, and looks set to continue flourishing under the
guidance of Sikora and her fellow Kittball family members.
The last two years have marked a significant period in Juliet’s career, with her
revered groove-infused-house sets landing her appearances in all corners of the
globe including the USA, South Africa, Croatia, Dubai and countless shows across
Germany. 2018 releases such as ‘What Did I Tell Ya’ on Green Velvet’s Relief imprint
reached #1 in Beatport’s Tech House chart and remained in the top 100 for the next
for five months, with 2019 release ‘Beat Dancer’ on Flashmob Records holding a top
spot for 12 weeks. Plus, Sikora was commissioned to remix Claptone and
Blaenavon’s track ‘Alone’, seeing the German artist ranking high in the charts once
2019 proved to be one of Sikora’s busiest years yet, with further releases throughout
the year including a collaboration with Flo Mrzdk, a remix for Marc Werner on
Kittball, as well as the release of the third volume of Juliet and Tube & Berger’s
charity project ‘It Began In Africa’, including mixes from Dario D’Attis, Flashmob,
Josh Butler, Mat.Joe, Magdalena, and many more.
As we enter a new decade, both Juliet and Kittball look set to continue to prosper
with a show calendar including appearances at some of the worlds biggest clubs
and festivals, with an annual Kittball showcase during Sonar’s Off Week in

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