Charlie, the Berlin-born Polish DJ & producer is an active member of the underground dance scene in Krakow. Known for her event series Szum with unique and diverse line-ups, she also caters to Krakow's visual art scene as the co-director of the project space "Elementarz dla mieszkańców miast" (Handbook for City Dwellers) being this year honored as the most original and influential art initiative in town.
Locally she appeared many times at Krakow's influential Unsound Festival, Warsaw's Jasna 1 club and just recently delivered a live performance at this year's Up To Date Festival with a complex analogue set up. As an expert of Krakow's local scene, she presented some of the city's insights at this year's online panel at Sonar Festival.
While she has lived in Krakow for 10 years, Charlie's second home has always been Berlin, where she played many times at Griesmühle, ://about blank, Tresor and at parties as Staub, Synoid and Mechatronica. The latter released her latest track on the Aid II compilation, which came out just after her debut track called ‘Picky Picnic’, released on Warsaw's label Dom Trojga in September.
Charlie’s work has been acknowledged internationally: she has played in European clubs such as Kaiku, Closer, La Machine or Salon Des Amateurs, and has appeared at The End Festival (part of Detroit’s Movement) or Mexico’s Yuyu club. Additionally Charlie also participated in several educational programmes including the music production workshop featured by Native Instruments and Crack Magazine.