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Kate Zubok

Season 1, Ep. 11

Kate Zubok, DJ, Producer and mother talks us through her world of sound and vibration and her love for finding the perfect harmony between music and her audience. She sees people like energies, and music as a remote control to these energies.

Born in a small town in Ukraine, Kate grew up playing on radio stations with her friends on the rail roads. As a teenage model in Europe, it was through the people and the experiences she

encountered that lead her to DJing. Kate takes us through her fierce and firm idea that the most important thing, is to follow our hearts and go for our dreams.

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