|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Till There Was You||2||Audio||2005-01-00||Oxyd Records|
|2||Till There Was You||3||Audio||2005||White X|
|3||Till There Was You||3||Audio||2005||Vendetta Records|
|5||Otherwise, What's The Point?||3||Audio||2005-04-00||Frik:N:Frak Recordings|
|6||Till There Was You||3||Audio||2005||You|
|7||Till There Was You||3||Audio||2005-04-23||Spinnin' Records|
|8||Till There Was You||7||Audio||2005-08-00||Hussle Recordings|
|9||Till There Was You||7||Audio||2005-09-00||Positiva|
|10||Till There Was You||4||Audio||2005-10-00|
|11||Till There Was You||5||Audio||2005||Positiva|
|12||Till There Was You||7||Audio||2005-10-31||Positiva|
|13||Till There Was You||2||Audio||2005-10-10||Hussle Black|
|14||Till There Was You||4||Audio||2005-10-00||Positiva|
|15||Till There Was You||4||Audio||2006-03-27||Spinnin' Records|
|16||Till There Was You (Remixes)||7||Audio||2005||You|
|17||Till There Was You||2||Audio||2005||Positiva|
|19||"Tied To You" Redux||3||Audio||2007||Fresh Meat|
|20||To Forever||5||Audio||2008-03-31||Art & Craft Recordings|
|21||To Forever||8||Audio||2008-06-11||Silent Machine|
|22||To Forever||5||Audio||2008||Art & Craft Recordings|
|23||Till There Was You||4||Audio||2005||Superstar Recordings|
|24||Tied To You||2||Audio||2006||Fresh Meat|
|25||Till There Was You||2||Audio||2005||Positiva|
|26||Till There Was You||2||Audio||2005||Positiva|
|27||We Are The Night (Remixes)||3||Audio||2011-08-16||Subliminal|
|28||To Forever||5||Audio||2008-03-31||Art & Craft Recordings|
|29||"Tied To You" Redux||3||Audio||2007||Fresh Meat|
|30||To Forever||8||Audio||2008-06-11||Silent Machine|
|31||We Are The Night (Remixes)||3||Audio||2011-08-16||Subliminal|
|32||Bleeding Heart||3||Audio||2007-10-23||Paradise Records (12)|
|33||Bleeding Heart - Remix Volume 2||2||Audio||2007-11-15||Paradise Records (12)|
|34||Bleeding Heart - Remix Volume 1||2||Audio||2007-11-12||Paradise Records (12)|
Combining skill with modernism, and her aptitude for style with ingenuity, Rachael is breaking new ground in the electronic and dance music industries.
One of the only female producers on the scene, she feels it necessary to prove herself and work very hard at what she does. "I guess one of the most important things to me is to not forget why you are doing what you are doing. Take yourself seriously, and other people will too." She says. "In the end what it comes down to is the music, what it is as a whole and how it makes me who I am."
A native Californian, Rachael was brought up in a musical household and informally trained in piano, cello and voice. Her interest in dance music was first sparked circa 1992, when she discovered producers such as Orbital, Underworld and the Prodigy; she has been hooked ever since. In that time, she has become a well-respected producer and remixer as well as an esteemed dj. She has earned the reputation of an artist who is always looking forward and refuses to accept any catigorizing or classification of dance music.Completely concious of what she is doing, Rachael makes music that is both floor moving, and at the same time, deep. Throughout her life Rachael has had first-hand experience with how much music can influence a person. This knowledge alongside her desire to create music that made people feel the way the music she loved made her feel ignited a passion for production, and the soon to follow performance of djing.
After spending a good amount of time learning the basic rules of production, Rachael dabbled in and mixed styles ranging from downtempo to drum'n'bass and house to trance. Although her productions were progressing, her knowledge of the industry was small, and with the advice from friends,Rachael refined her style and released her first record on Bad Boy Bill's label, Mix Connection Multimedia in Chicago. While it wasn't music that reflected her true goals or style, it was a great chance to get her name out in the scene.Since then, Rachael has continued to release tracks, collaborate with artists and do remixes.
She has djed in New York, Chicago and LA. She looks forward to what the future holds for dance music and hopes that she can be an essential part in helping it to grow and move forward. She has a desire to create something distinct, and as a result, will continue to forge new ground and create msuic that is unique and passionate.