Polish born DJ, producer and label owner VONDA7 based between Berlin and Valencia, has been recognised for channelling various musical influences into her outstanding music productions and DJ sets.
An astute ear for emotive melody, a firm grip on drum programming and an experimental approach to vocals became her trademark skills gaining interest from the very top DJs and radio presenters including DJ Sasha, Above & Beyond, John Digweed, Anja Schneider, Pete Tong, Hernan Cattaneo, Eelke Kleijn, Laurent Garnier among many others. Her music has been featured on media outlets such as Mixmag, Billboard, DJ Mag, Electronic Beats, Ibiza Voice or Ibiza Spotlight to name a few. She released her music on labels such as Anjunadeep, Last Night on Earth, Lost & Found or Einmusika.
2018 saw her take things up another notch with the introduction of her own label – art | werk – a space where she introduced her full artistic vision showcasing her unique blend of styles, drifting between melodic house and techno whilst incorporating influences from other genres like hip-hop, synth-pop or indietronica. Resulting in a dynamic output – bold, consistently interesting and always pushing the boundaries, it stands as a true reflection of her as an artist and a curator.
Her path began in her mid-teens whilst dabbling in music journalism, a spark formed when interviewing DJs & producers who were playing parties in her hometown Poznan in Poland. From then she began collecting music and DJing before eventually finding her way to the front doors of Amsterdam’s esteemed creative institute – the SAE. It was here that her burgeoning passion for electronic music was propelled by academic focus beginning a new chapter in her development as an artist. She continued her adventure with education and currently works as advisor at renowned Berklee Music College in Valencia.
As Clash put it – ‘VONDA7 is part of a new wave of electronic creation.’ An artist who can turn her hand to anything – hard-working, multifaceted and captivating she remains firmly on her ascent.