In today’s world, it’s more important than ever for artists to be interdisciplinary. Samantha Togni is an internationally-renowned DJ, producer, and promoter, who has she played headline sets in super-clubs from Tokyo to Los Angeles.
Togni is the founder of Boudica, a platform aimed to give visibility to women, trans+ and non-binary people in music. Boudica is a music conference at Freemasons’ Hall, a series of events in London and soon across Europe, a record label, and a radio show.
She also founded Flesh, the UK’s first LGBTQ+ camping and electronic music festival also pioneering festival line up diversity.
She is a DJ resident of GEGEN, a London-based club collective renowned for fusing club culture, performance art, and techno.
This unconventional approach to nightlife and identity has bled into its various inimitable events, which have attracted press coverage from the likes of Mixmag and Trax Mag.
Samantha is a key figure of Electronic Music and has inspired others by joining panels at music conference such as AVA, NTIA, Paris Electronic Week and Barbican.
Togni has recently been focusing her energy on her production with releases this year on Pls.UK and Lobster Theremin.
Togni is also launching Boudica as a VA on the label this Summer, starting with 2 compilations featuring artists such as Nur Jaber, Yazzus, Minimal Violence, and Wanton Witch.
She has other exciting releases scheduled on Voxnox, Noise Manifesto, Stay Up Forever, and more.
The last few years in particular have seen the rising star land coveted support slots for the likes of Paula Temple and Slam. Togni has also shared stages with everyone from Ancient Methods, Magda, Miss Kittin, and Lady Starlight, constantly experimenting with and adapting her sound to electrify any audience.
Her previous tracks quickly racked up support from Adidas Originals, which playlisted one of her song in its stores, as well as press outlets including Dazed Korea, Mixmag, and Red Bull. Wonderland and Soundcloud described Togni as “the DJ to watch”.