Juliet Sikora is a well-known figure in the house music scene, known for her energy-driven productions on various record labels like Relief, Material, Flashmob Rec. and her own Kittball imprint. Her music career started in 2006 with her first release on Opaque Music with German duo Tube & Berger, leading to a string of notable releases between the trio. The most notable among them, their Beatport-topping collaboration ‘Come On Now (Set It Off)’, was later picked up by Pete Tong’s FFRR imprint and gained widespread success.

Her friendship with Tube & Berger led to the creation of their label Kittball, which is co-owned by Sikora. The Dortmund-based label has welcomed original material from various artists and has been thriving under the guidance of Sikora and her Kittball family members. Sikora’s groove-infused house sets have earned her numerous gigs across the globe, including the USA, South Africa, Croatia, Dubai, and numerous shows in Germany. Her 2018 release ‘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 five months.

2019 was a busy year for Sikora, who performed at shows across the globe and released a collaboration with Flo Mrzdk, a remix for Marc Werner on Kittball, and the third volume of her and Tube & Berger’s charity project ‘It Began In Africa’. Her recent music outputs have brought a wealth of Beatport Top 10’s and Top 100’s, including a long-awaited return to Flashmob records and a debut on Toolroom Records with KC Lights. Sikora’s upcoming solo and collaborative material is expected to bring further success to her already thriving music career.

In the studio, Sikora’s latest output has brought with it a wealth of Beatport Top 10’s and Top 100’s, including a long-awaited return to Flashmob Records, a debut on Toolroom Records alongside KC Lights, and collaborations including ‘Pain In My Brain’ with Ashibah on her home label. With a wealth of solo and collaborative material on the horizon, Sikora’s journey looks set to welcome further success as she continues to be a favorite among many in the house music scene.