Jennifer Cardini

Jennifer Cardini's early influences came from listening to a variety of genres that most notably included new wave, pop, and rock. It was the ambient sounds of Aphex Twin that led to a broader introduction to electronic music and the sounds of Detroit and Cologne. Time and experience allowed her style to develop a broader range that now covers everything from indie to techno. Today, after more than 20 years, she is known for her genre spanning sets across the electronic dance music circuit.

After her move to Paris in 1998, Cardini ultimately became one of the first of a generation of French DJ’s to play the stripped-down Berlin sound. In Paris, she quickly became a resident at two of the most influential venues at the time - Le Pulp, which turned into the underground venue for avante-garde music, and Rex Club, which continues to be the site of her “Correspondant” parties. In addition to these residencies Cardini has worked for over 15 years as a sound designer for a variety of established fashion brands and their runway shows.

In addition to her DJ work, Cardini has established her own label, Correspondant, which has become a true outlet for her musical vision through a series of successful releases. Most recently, Cardini has been spending more time continuing her solo productions. Her solid catalogue of work ranges from her first acid house 12-inch on Pumpking Records in 1996, all the way through to releases on labels such as Crosstown Rebels, Mobilee, Kill the DJ and Kompakt.

Posted on October 31st, 2013
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