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Sundelin is the alias of Sandra Sundelin, a Swedish-born, Melbourne-based electronic artist, writer, event host, and DJ, whose stylistic focus lies within the genres of heavily groovy techno, tech house, and minimal. Over the course of her distinguished DJ career, she has managed to grow and evolve her soulful yet tough musical style into one that is replete with chugging and pulsating basslines, dark and heavy tech influences, infectious shifting rhythms, and upbeat fun melodies.

During 2015, Sundelin joined the team at ‘Stable Music’ – one of Melbourne’s more popular and long-running techno collectives and event promoters.

She has also taken on a role of promoter and staff coordinator for the Melbourne outlet of international annual electronic music event series, Piknic Electronik, a weekly Sunday series that is held every summer and located close to Southbank, in the city’s main business district.

Ever since arriving in Melbourne some many years ago, Sundelin has been racking up an impressive list of the city’s most iconic hotspots to her name, with previous performances at My Aeon, New Guernica, Lounge, Killing Time Bar, The Carlton, Brown Alley, and the Railway hotel. She has also played at other clubs like Sankeys, Tusk Bar, and Circus in Tokyo, Japan; as well as currently maintaining a Friday residency at Prahran’s ‘Revolver upstairs’ and another one for Stable Music’s popular ‘Summer Series’ event.

In the past couple of years she has seen action throughout a variety of Australian outdoor music festivals and bush doofs, including Maitreya Festival (2013), Earthcore (2015 & 2016), Rainbow Serpent (2016), and in 2017 she performed at ‘Beyond the Valley’ – as well as the brand new Babylon Festival launch in 2017.

By combining her existing knowledge of ‘in-the-box’ style track production alongside hardware synthesis and drum machine pattern recordings; Sundelin has her eyes fully set on her first debut EP release sometime this year.


"Something like a mixture of Rainbow Serpent, Glastonbury and Burning Man, there was so much happening at The Pleasure Garden."

– Beat Magazine Live Review

"The Pleasure Garden if you will indulge me, is like a trip through the wardrobe to Narnia or similarly down the rabbit hole to Wonderland..."

– Forte Magazine, Review of The Pleasure Garden, December 12th 2016

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