Dasha Redkina is a sound recordist and DJ, poet and vocal experimentalist, digital composer, photographer and event curator.

She was born in Russia, in 1985, into a family of artists and architects. After elementary education in Kiev and then Moscow, her parents sent her to Burgess Hill School in England. She is a graduate of London Metropolitan University, where she undertook a BA in Sound and Film.

Her deep interest in other cultures and the diversity of our planet has led her to travel wide and adventurously, trekking in Nepal and Vietnam, across Russia, Siberia, Mongolia and China on the TransSiberian train, where she  encountered a shaman by Lake Baikal. This inspired her to research on the subject further, leading to he concieving the Stonedog documentary, Shamanism: Tributaries of the Bailkal.

She was a producer at events company Interactive Media, in Moscow (2004), where she led projects such as electronic music events and live concerts (including bands, such as Moloko). She was a production assistant on the short, ‘Normal Film’ (2008, London) directed by Afia Nkrumah and the sound recordist/boom operator/ translator/editor on ‘A Russian Fairytale’ (2009), a documentary film about street children in Perm, Russia, directed by Jake Mobbs (

She co-founder and Coordinator of Dogtail Cabaret, Stonedog's alternative contemporary entertainment event. She is currently living between Russia and Berlin, and travels the length and breadth of Europe as a DJ.