Veronica Start is a Canadian EDM pop artist who creates soulful electronica to help people battle the powers of resistance and find hope in dark moments. Music has always been her secret weapon, helping her to overcome a childhood of poverty and abuse. As a teenager, she emulated singers like Ofra Haza, Kate Bush, and Aretha Franklin to hone her vocal skills. In the 90s, she moved to Vancouver and began singing professionally with a Feldman Agency band. She also got involved with the city's first digital studio and started writing her first songs with renowned engineer & producer John Shepp. Veronica's powerful voice  (under her previous name Dawn Bruno) also appeared in the Johnny Jet Records release of Finesse & Showbiz track “Jam It” produced by Troy Samson.

Later, in the UK, she independently released her debut EP, Star Mixes, which included the track “You're a Star” in 2006. The indie single went on to achieve #11 in the UK's Music Week pop charts and became a dance floor hit in Scotland. Later that year, she recorded a reworked version of Kate Bush's “Running Up That Hill” with producer Robbie Bronnimann aka Supersaw that exposed her voice on syndicated radio to over 30 million listeners globally. In 2007, she released a single called “Unrequited.” Her music has received international airplay and garnered support from popular radio and club DJs like Sasha, Armin Van Buuren, Above & Beyond, and Graham Gold. Her music has also been featured on radio shows such as BBC, Ministry of Sound, Kiss100 & Galaxy FM in the UK, and BPM in the USA.