Following more than a decade of building a reputation for herself in the clubs of Paris, Jennifer Cardini has come to be known as an international tastemaker. Getting her start at Le Pulp, the Parisian nightclub where she first made a name for herself, her dancefloor philosophy has remained true over the years: to deliver a rollercoaster of energy and emotions.
Over the course of her career, she has delivered emotive DJ sets, mixing techno, disco, electro, and house at highly-regarded clubs like Panorama Bar, De School, Lux, and Good Room. Her infectious charisma and captivating stage presence has also been seen by massive crowds at some of the hottest festivals around the world such as Melt, Nuit, Sonores, and Burning Man to name a few.
Not only has she captured the attention of fans with her impressive skills behind the decks, Cardini also thrives in the studio with her nu-disco, experimental melodies and minimalistic productions. Growing up listening to Joy Division, Coil, Depeche Mode, Aphex Twin, LFO, and Autechre, you can easily hear the influence of these artists in Cardini’s work. Her dark and edgy projects have been released by standout imprints such as Kill The DJ, Crosstown Rebels, and her own label Correspondant.
Cardini brought Correspondant to life in 2011 and it now serves as not only a label, but a creative platform for like minded artists such as Agents of Time, Man Power, and Andre Bratten. The aesthetic imprint has found much success and is now known for its unforgettable label nights all over Europe.
Apart from her work as a successful DJ and producer, the Parisian artist is also actively engaged in the LGBTQ+ community. Whether she’s fundraising, donating, or simply raising awareness, Cardini has always used her platform to support her people and pay homage to her own queer roots.