A House enthusiast since the early nineties, Julietta’s introduction to the world of underground Electronic Music was inspired by producers like Moodymann and Maurizio: their warm melodies and grooves were her first love, and soon after she started building her own record collection by spending time in vinyl shops buying Chicago and Detroit rarities. Her drive and ambition lead her to score a job at a local radio where she moderated one of the first shows for Electronic Music throughout South Germany. By the end of the nineties, she had her first gig at the legendary Ultraschall in Munich where she was offered a residency straight away.

Gigs at renowned clubs such as Panoramabar and Watergate (Berlin), Robert Johnson and Cocoon (Frankfurt), Rex (Paris), Fabric (London), Eleven (Tokyo), Arma17 (Moscow), Flex (Vienna), Club 11 (Amsterdam), Resolute (New York), Kontrol (San Francisco) and appearances at festivals like the Love Parade and SonneMondSterne followed through. Shortly after, she went on to become one of the main names at Harry Klein where she founded the in-house label Harry Klein Records together with the other residents of the club and where she’s been throwing the successful party Slave To The Rhythm with ANA since 2013. The London’s Half Baked family invited her to join their roster alongside names like Seuil, Mike Shannon and Le Loup.

She’s currently hosting her own bimonthly radio show on the American webradio station Noice. Her unique DJ style blends House and Techno with a mind blowing mixture of old and modern tracks that hooks the listener until the last drop.



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