Made in Paris (AUS)

With a mind for the melodic drive of techno, tech house and deep moods, Made in Paris remains in a league of her own. From Sydney Australia the producer, DJ and record label curator depicts the blood of her work across the globe in her deep and dark production journey. Paris ignites as the intuitive producer, DJ and Upon Access record label curator she holds title to. With a vivid motivation to the techno circle, there is an enchantment in her beat and a brutal push of electronic capacities. Surrounded by an endless sound, the Made in Paris project has entrapped enthusiasts within the industry with a recent guest spot at the globally streamed Mixmag Lab while holding acclaim with Triple J and Triple J Unearthed.

Upcoming is her ‘Mass Movement’ EP on German label Salomo Records, following her most anticipated EP passed- ‘You’re Wrong’ on her label Upon Access took melodic techno to another level with love from BBC Radio, Ibiza Sonica & InTheMix, while the EP ‘Dancing In The Dark’ on Motorik just prior gained support from artists Nicole Moudaber, Danny Tenaglia, Sossa, Tiga and more. ‘The Vault’ via Motorik also, recently had high support from Sven Vath & Maceo Plex at Timewarp Germany 2017. Shadowing the touch of her pioneering peers, from the days of pure vinyl to the era of future beats, it’s without a doubt the magic lined up from her studio has pricked ears ahead of her next two EP’s on Mooseekaa ‘Sonorous’ and ‘Lost Perception’ on. Upon Access. Her self directed record label also fashions the visionaries of tech house and techno talent, delivering EP’s from the country’s inaugural and anticipated of emerging producers including Somersault and Daniel Verhagen gaining love from Decoded Magazine, Dancing Astronaut and Pilerats.

Made in Paris has held the stakes on Australian bills with Ricardo Villalobos, Pan-Pot, Reboot and Matthias Meyer, from Chinese Laundry and The Bunk3r to festivals Tell No Tales, Listen Out and the Field Day main stage – making her a devilish staple in consoles across Sydney’s warehouses and the concrete jungles of the underground.



July 21, 2017 – Mr. Wolf, Canberra (Australia)
August 12, 2017 – Fat Controller, Adelaide (Australia)