Jennifer Cardini has breathed techno since it’s beginning… Captivated by the music, she began to collect records and, eventually, brought home a pair of turntables. By 1994, she was playing regularly, and while influenced by the music coming out of Detroit, Chicago and Cologne, she quickly developed a style of her own ……After moving to Paris, Jennifer became the resident of two of the most influential venues in the French capitale : Rex Club (where she’s still hosting a bi-mensuel night , “Correspondant”) and Le Pulp – a small lesbian club that soon became “the venue” for underground and avant-garde music in Paris as well as an international techno sensation that catapulted her, along with French djs such as Ivan Smagghe and Chloe, into the forefront of European nightlife.
Jennifer’s pulsating deejay sets regularly entertain crowds at London’s Fabric, Barcelona’s Nitsa, Berlin’s Panorama Bar, … amongs others. In addition to her grueling travel schedule, Jennifer also finds time to work on her own productions. In 1996, she released her first single and, since then, has released singles on Crosstown Rebels, Mobilee – on which she teamed up with Shonky and Kill The DJ.
Following Electroniculture Vol.2, Flash, and Lust, Jennifer released in 2008 her fourth compilation, Feeling Strange, on Cologne based Kompakt, making her the first French and female artist to sign with the label. She now lives in Cologne and she is currently working on a number of projects, which include Volume 2 of Rex Club’s Rexperience compilation series. She also plans to take her “Correspondant” parties internationally, which will bring her techno fueled nights to cities outside of France for the first time. Additionally, Jennifer is working on her very first full-length album. Often finding inspiration in her travels, people, and films, Jennifer says she tries to stay open and be inspired by as many things as possible. “I keep my mind open and let myself be influenced by the people and places that surround me,” she says, “I like to take risks and surprise myself, discover new methods, new music, and continue to learn.”