Katie is a well-known Japanese artist who mixes techno and various shades of house to create emotional world full of yin and yang of life.

Her life stories and multi-cultural background makes her an interesting presence in the DJ booth, which captivates the audience.

She has released music from Japanese Techno label PLUS Records and from Tokyo’s iconic Totem Traxx.

And in 2016, she has released an original song from a British label Mixmania Records.

The sci-fi-anime-inspired song’s jacket, designed by famous illustrator Hiroyuki Mitsume Takahashi, has won the album art competition held by Ditto Music.

She has played in Tokyo’s best venues, and for premier events such as Berlin’s renowned Dirt Crew Recordings’s 10th Anniversary tour, SCI+TEC at womb, and Karizma’s album release tour.

Some of the major artists she has opened or supported for includes Stiv Hey, Kate Simko, and Lee K. Katie also has experiences playing in Ibiza beach parties.

She has directed a PV for her own song and has been modeling for artists.

Photos she has modeled for have been displayed in prestigious Museum Of Modern Art, N.Y.. She also had her own FM radio show.




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About LuNa

LuNaLUNA is a DJ from Osaka, Japan.
She started DJ-ing in dining bars back in 2011. Since then, she has decided to limit herself to online activities, such as podcasts and radio shows, which actually brought her to a wider stage.

As a child, LUNA grew up in an environment with different types of music and this contributed to the fact that her play style incorporates a diversity of music genres like House, Techno, something Deep and Progressive, and also Chill. She is free-spirited and plays in her own style.

In order to make more people interested in club music and enjoy clubbing, LUNA is still working hard on performing her mission.

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