In the early days of Australia's dance music boom, Anna Lunoe became known as one of the best emerging DJs in Sydney. Her excellent track selections and charismatic presence behind the decks later translated to airwaves, festival stages and pop charts, as she started hosting a Sydney-based radio show, began opening for acts like M.I.A, Diplo, A-Trak and Flosstradamus, and became the first female to head Ministry of Sound AU's Clubbers Guide compilation series — the three of which she worked on went gold. Following a move to Los Angeles, Lunoe quickly established herself as a notable producer within the scene through her debut "Real Talk" collaboration with Touch Sensitive, which maintained a no. 1 spot on Beatport's Indie Dance chart for four months straight. Around the same time, her "I Met You" tag-team with Flume rose to multi-million plays on YouTube. After nearly a decades' worth of extensive touring, production work, remix EP curation, and cultivating a fanbase from all corners of the world, Lunoe was approached by Zane Lowe to help launch the Apple Music-fronted Beats 1 radio platform alongside fellow hosts, Dr. Dre, Pharrell, Elton John and Drake.