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Julie Marghilano

Berlin, Germany


Abstract Theory, Bouq, Digital Traffik
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Surprising, experimental and always breaking boundaries: there is no doubt that Julie’s music has brought new life to the electronic music scene. Since the age of 10 when she first started playing the violin, Julie has been continually experimenting with this classical instrument. In the last years of her musical development she has fused it with electronic music and created a range of original and surprising sounds in her DJ sets and productions.

With a father who has worked with some of the world’s most iconic jazz artists, e.g. Frank Sinatra, Julie was destined to have a career in music. Being raised in Las Vegas, she was influenced by the electronic sounds of artists like Dépêche Mode, George Clinton, Herbie Hancock and Kraftwerk but it was the electric violin of Jean Luc Ponty that defined julie’s musical vision.

The next stop in her electronic musical journey was Riccione (IT) with the infamous Magic Monday parties at the club Echoes. Names like Todd Terry, Frankie Knuckles, Kerri Chandler or Jeff Mills were heard weekly. During these musically golden years Italy was a mecca for great underground house music and Julie became absorbed in the scene, listening and being inspired by some of the best in the business.

Shortly after this period Julie moved on to begin her musical career as resident DJ at the historical club, Peter Pan in Riccione, Italy.

Julie has since played in venues including Cocoon (Frankfurt), Amnesia and Space (Ibiza), Katerholzig and Weekend(Berlin) and Egg in London. She is also the mastermind behind ‘Sol Asylum’, a Berlin-based party known for its talented artists such as Ryan Crosson, Miss Jools, Dana Ruh and Adam Shelton.

Julie’s hard work and determination has not gone unnoticed. In fact, her productions Last Tango and Arazmataz gained support from DJs such as Villalobos, Loco Dice, Luciano and Tobi Neumann, and the appreciation of her work from colleagues and connoisseur’s continues to grow. One of her latest releases ‘Filled with Something’ on Abstract Theory was remixed by Subb_An and without a doubt, showcased her talents once again for being an inspiring performer and producer who remains true to her soul.