Recorded on: 06 October 2022
Born and raised in Thessaloniki she started her music career in 2012. Annē is a promising upcoming talent fully dedicated to techno music and focused on developing her career as a DJ & producer. Starting as a raver she began to think of music like something extremely experiential. Now she worthily represents the techno scene in her country. Her sets are powerful & pumping with never ending dynamics, focused on the perfect interaction with the crowd.
As for her music productions she is sharpening her sound having strong references from Detroit, 90's & 00's sounds, while she is trying to print her inner feelings into her tracks. Being a local artist and resident DJ of executive underground projects in her city, she has shared the booth with some of the most notable international & local artists.
Now she is a resident artist on the project Schisma in her city. A very new project which brings artists together & makes special events. She has shared the boot with artists like: Alien Rain, Insolate, Newa, 999999999, Marcel Dune, Axel Karakasis, Salome, VTSS, Keith Karnal, Somewhen etc.
Her gigs are include ://about blank in Berlin, C12 in Brussels, Depo Club & Epic Club in Croatia, Reworks festival in Thessaloniki & many more.
With strong and very successful releases, on Ben Sim's Label Symbolism, on Out of Place and Soma records she made a bigger step to the music scene while her music has gained massive and diverse support, from artists like Amelie Lens, Answer Code Request, Luke Slater, Marcel Fengler, Pan-Pot, Insolate, Volster, Ben Sims, Anfisa Letyago, Joris Voorn, Slam, Blue Hour, Richie Hawtin, Patrick Mason, just to name a few, charting and playing her tracks very often.
Her track “Fairy Dust” on Out of place records gained massive support from the scene counting more than 700.000 streams on Spotify & many more on all other platforms. She has already two shows in HÖR berlin, while she booked a third one this September! Her future though seems brighter, with her new collaborations with Ben Sim's label Hardgroove, Soma records, as long as many vinyl releases & V/ A vinyl compilations later this year.
Her point of view is that a Dj is never greater than his audience. This is a unique situation where the dancer becomes part of the whole setting of the music being played. In this, her role is as much part of the audience as the dancers. Basically, she always has one foot on the dance floor and one in the booth.