Rebecca Sin lives a double life. As a DJ, she jets from New York to LA and most stops in between, spinning at venues like Sullivan Room, Webster Hall, and Rebel. Her sets of electro/tech house have opened for heavy-hitters like Ferry Corsten, Richie Hawtin, DJ Sneak, Nick Warren, Hybrid, Josh Wink, Lawnchair Generals, and James Holden. She’s a regular at Miami’s Winter Music Conference.
In her double life, behind the scenes, Rebecca has influenced more DJs and more clubs than just about anyone on the planet. Since 2002 she has ran the website Wantickets.com, the largest nightlife ticketing outlet. As Chief Operating Officer at Wantickets, she manages the flow of tickets and nightlife revenue. When promoters and clubs need to sell tickets, they call Rebecca.
Rebecca caught the DJ bug in 2000, when she was given the residency at the Exchange nightclub in downtown Boston. Then known as DJ Infinite, she became a regular at New England hotspots like Matrix, Metropolis, Roxy, SW1, and Tilt. She could also be heard on the radio on Radio Babylon or Revolutions (WERS 88.9fm). By December 2001, she and Fabrik Nos (as Aluminum Theory) had already produced her first track on the Heavy Industries label called "Juice".
Spurred by that success, Rebecca moved to Los Angeles and became a fixture at shows like Spundae, Avaland, and The Good Life. She produced her second track as Aluminum Theory, "Crunch"
These days? You name it, she’s spun there. Called a “burgeoning talent” by ResidentAdvisor.com, Rebecca has performed at cities including Denver, Miami, Detroit, San Francisco, Portland, Santa Barbara, Providence, and Las Vegas.
She lives in Manhattan, but spends most of her “free time” at Newark airport Terminal 3.