From Rio to Bristol
The Lady Machine, BR
Kammy is a major reference among Brazilian techno DJs and remains one of the few DJs
that has gained a reputation solely due to skills and music selection on the decks without
achieving a career as a producer. She has been at the forefront of the underground
electronic scene in Brazil for many years, and her skills have taken her around the globe
over the past decade, including tours of Asia, Latin America, and numerous tours of
Europe with club and festival performances across the continent.
Kammy stands by deep musical research and precise technique, her remarkably versatile
sets, blend genres from techno in its many forms and variations to electro, acid and full
industrial EBM, and when combined with her fast, furious, but tight mixing create a perfect
atmosphere with the dancefloor. "I never limit myself to one style. A quality sound, with
attitude, and always dance floor orientated are what I try to convey in my sets", explains
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The compliments received from her peers, and tours realised around the world are the
biggest rewards. Joining the worldwide electronic scene at such a young age, she gains
attention wherever she plays, supported by leading artists such as Dave Clarke – inviting
her for his stage at Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium - Ben Sims, Alan Oldham (DJ- T-1000)
and Santiago Salazar from Los Hermanos, who recently said: "She's the real deal".
Vogue Mag, Cosmopolitan and TV Soaps
Kammy frequently appeared in the media in her home country of Brazil, featuring in pages
of Vogue and Cosmopolitan magazines, and has been interviewed on a number of TV
shows, and performed a Cameo role as a DJ in one of Brazil's most watched soaps,
"Belissima" by GloboTV.
"Quebra Tudo” Nights in Rio
In 2007 Kammy presented to the beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro some of the best techno
DJs from Europe and Asia, including Ben Long (Space DJz), Miss Yetti, Takaaki Itoh. She
also presented upcoming talented DJs debuting at “Quebra Tudo”. Her night ran
successfully for 2 years until the following year, when she moved to Europe permanently.
Kammy relocated to Europe in 2010, where she has been focussing more time in learning
the skills to make the tracks she has spent so long playing. Now in the UK, Kammy
continues to hone her production skills, working with hardware, and concentrating on the
quality, not quantity of output. Tracks will be coming soon....