Lena Popova is the first Russian DJ girl. He plays exclusively on vinyl since the summer of 1994.
The battle hardening and solid character was acquired during his residence at the first Russian techno club “Tunnel”, known throughout the world as a forge of talents in the St. Petersburg electronic dance music scene.
The name of this girl, a DJ, is associated among the bulk of listeners with the hard rhythms of techno music. In sets intended for dance events, really prevails music in the style of techno, minimal, electro and various versions of them. Recently, preference has been given most to the Scandinavian and English experimental techno-sound.
During the existence of the only, in it’s own way, independent radio Port-FM, Lena was it’s resident and hosted two copyright programs: “Dynamite” program and “Quiet Hour” program, which became one of the most popular night programs on the radio Port was a harmonious mix of fairy-tale art of the peoples of the world of various times, as well as literary fairy-tale art and modern electronic experimental music (DJ Sergey Demidov was directly involved in the program). In addition to the author’s programs, there are nightly broadcasts from Thursday to Friday, as well as the author’s set in the evenings of Mondays.
Lena participated in live projects of the Caribbean Aces (St. Petersburg) group, in the Восточный Удар, DJ Parade, Kazantip, Вспышка 2002 festivals, etc., as well as in alternative, but quite massive non-profit parties, which have become a good tradition in St. Petersburg and held in the most unexpected places outside the city (the destroyed castle in Znamenka, a dam, an unfinished power plant in Solnechny).
Currently, Lena Popova is not a resident of any of the St. Petersburg clubs, because does not see suitable. However, at separately held events, with a strict focus in the style of heavy music, he always plays with pleasure. Lena tours quite often.
Currently, on the waves of Radio Record, every night from Tuesday to Wednesday from 1 to 2 A.M. Lena runs the program “Tech Brake”.