Johanna Knutsson caught the music bug in 2008, she promptly moved to Berlin from her native Sweden, buying her very own set of Technics and a xone42 mixer along the way. Finding her inspiration at the plethora of Berlin clubs, in particular Berghain, it wasn't long before Johanna was well and truly entrenched in the city's vast and varied music scene. Her love of electronic music led to a job writing for Pulse radio online magazine, interviewing artists such as Prosumer,Kasper Bjorke,Ripperton,Sasse and most recently, Session Victim.
In 2010 she began promoting nights at Babel in Malmo, and at Chez Jacki in Berlin and secured a residency at the popular nightclub New Alliance in Inkonst, Malmo. Johanna was also signed to independent Berlin based label Klasse Recordings later that year. Her ﬁrst release "Heavy baby" (featuring a Minilogue remix), will be released in March 2011. A passion for 80s disco, house, hi hats and handclaps inspired a dance ﬂoor killing edit of Imagination's “So Good So Right” (Johanna Knutsson So Easy Edit), which is probably why support has come from the likes of artist Alland Byallo and many more.
Since beginning her journey into dj/producerdom Johanna has played at a number of esteemed clubs including Tresor, Zur Salon Wilden Renate,Chez Jacki,Kleine Reise in Berlin, and has shared the booth with heavyweights like Shonky, Luke Hess,Ulf Eriksson (Kontra) among others.
Judging by what she's achieved in the last two years, 2011 will be a breakthrough year for the young DJ.