|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Finality EP||4||Audio||2005-02-00||Internal Error Records|
|2||Persona Non Grata / Robots & Cellos [Jasc Mix] / 23000||3||Audio||2008-06-23||DubKraft Wax|
|4||Language Of The Unheard EP||5||Audio||2011-12-05||Gynoid Audio|
|5||Direct Action EP||2||Audio||2012-08-27||Sonic Convergence|
|6||Consumer Product EP||4||Audio||2011-10-24||Chroma Recordings|
|7||Scenes From Dystopia||28||Audio||1999||Untranslatable Concept|
|9||And Thanks For All The Fish||3||Audio||2013-12-23||Different Is Different|
DJ Shiva could talk about her childhood musical endeavors, but songflute was her first instrument, and who really cares about songflute?
She started spinning records 17 years ago because spinning dinner plates on sticks for the circus required too much coordination.
Occasionally she makes her own techno tunes and they end up on labels like Chroma, Slap Jaxx and Gynoid Audio, but more often she watches Netflix with her cat.
She would endeavor for musical stardom, but figuring obscurity more likely, she stopped caring about writing bios that sounded snooty and professional and just decided to remind people that the key to being a good DJ is always wearing pants.