Borusiade has been a DJ in the Bucharest electronic scene since 2003. She can be considered as one of the first Romanian female Djs. In 2005 she was part of the electro/new wave band Hector as a singer and keyboard player but unfortunately the project didnԴ live long. 2008 she started producing music alone as well. She never stopped djing and recently she supported Andrew Weatherall and Teenage Fantasy in a Bucharest gig, and lately Pantha du Prince.
Coming from different backgrounds, musically as also geographically, the first track of Stereonucleose was produced for the Open:Sounds contest supported by Electric Indigo's electronic music platform, female:pressure.
The name was chosen to represent the two artists at once and the track they submitted was a remix/re-edit of Electric IndigoԳ Ƅirty FloorƬ transformed into Ən The FloorƮ Unexpected, the track won a place on the Female:Pressure DVD 1, released in March 2008 in Vienna. This came like a positive impulse for the fresh formed Stereonucleose. Freshly moved to Berlin in autumn 2008, they started slowly to conquer the electronic underground scene of the city as a mind-blowing dj team.
Starting in the small but very well known queer bar Barbie DeinhoffԳ, they played in almost all the queer/electronic/alternative parties of Berlin having a climax on the day of the Berliner Gay Pride 2009 when, playing music on a truck in Oranienstrasse, they had an audience of not less than 2000 people which danced until the police came the night.
Stereonucleose continues producing tracks and this autumn 2009 they have released a 12ѠSplit Single with the Danish electronic duo Alloy Alloy on the very fresh label, COMFORTZONE, based in Vienna.