Sedusa (Anieska Timms) was first introduced to the world of electronic music through the now-defunct Groove Radio 103.1 in the early to mid-90s. It wasn't until she went to her first rave that the electronic culture became her life.
After a couple years, just partying wasn't enough. The lifestyle meant more to her than just going out and staying awake all night all weekend long. From there, she decided to try promoting and writing for an online magazine called Eklipze. Through Eklipze, she not only was able to communicate with the partiers, but with the people who made the scene happen as well. The most interesting aspect was the world of the DJ. The ability to manipulate a crowd through music and the accompanying energy was enough to intrigue this life-long student of music.
Her first party was in the desert bordering the city of Temecula for a crowd of 150 people. The experience proved to be so influential she has not been able stop spinning since.
From there she played several house parties, clubs and raves in the San Bernardino and Los Angeles areas, and eventually gained a residency at the bi-weekly house and techno club Phunklab at the Shack in Anaheim, CA. Phunklab gave her the opportunity to open for acts such as Adrian Sanchez and Acid Circus before it closed in the spring of 2002. She also played at several Deeper Vibe parties in North Hollywood (Casa de Amor), with DJs such as Holly Adams, Cody Lee Williams, Jesse Wright and Iss.
Her style of electro-infused house mixed with breaks and tech-house is constantly influenced by a variety of sources, a large part being the new wave music of the 80s.
By constantly looking for new ways to improve her sound and connection to both the music and the audience, Sedusa prides herself on her constantly changing sound and vibe. Music is her life, and she hopes to share that passion with her audience for as long as they allow her to.