Despite developing her lust for music as early as eight years old, Ana Kim's interest in DJing grew in 2017 while she delegated her time between Los Angeles, Seoul and her hometown Cologne, Germany. Her musical background allowed Ana to become quickly acquainted with Seoul’s club scene and she began to perform across the city under the moniker DJ KINO KINO before using the alias Ana Kim from 2020. Solidifying herself as a member of South Korea’s underground electronic music scene, Ana has now played shows across Asia and Europe and in two years, she has supported some of the world’s biggest commercial acts, including Pharrell Williams, Virgil Abloh and more. Alongside her true passion for techno, she has also played alongside legends Benji B, Vitalic and Tijana T, among others. Limited to an online presence during the beginning of the Covid pandemic, Ana is excited to take her love of fast techno into the studio to further define her sound, with the possibility of an upcoming debut EP.
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