Paris & Berlin's Finest: Jennifer Cardini
Joining our 15 Years of Woo showcase on 26th January with Marcel Fengler, Aldoina & Kyle E, Cardini shares her favourite spots in Paris and Berlin with us...
Based between Paris and Berlin, Jennifer Cardini has been laying down the groundwork for a long-standing career in electronic music for almost a decade. Learning her craft at Parisian club 'Pulp' in the early days of her career, Cardini has now well and truly made an impression on Europe’s soundscape and beyond.
An educated taste in techno, electro and disco remain the bones of her DJ sets but what makes Cardini so memorable is her ability to blur the lines between these genres. A pulsating ride through Detroit techno to fuzzy electro is the very least you can expect from the Correspondant label boss.
Releases on Dischi Autunno, Mobilee and lots more have helped shine a light on Cardini’s production skills, taking her further afield for shows in Zamna Tulum, Funkhaus Berlin, Flash Washington and lots more throughout her trajectory.
Joining our 15 Years of Woo showcase on 26th January with Marcel Fengler, Aldoina, Kyle E & more, Cardini shares her favourite spots in Paris and Berlin with us, which have influenced her taste in books, food and art over the last number of years…
One of my favourite places in Paris is Inaki Azpitarte restaurant Le Dauphin. It's located in the 10 arrondissement, where I used to live for many years and was designed by a famous Dutch architect, Rem Koolhaas. It's a very unique place, the food and wine selection are fantastic and the staff are really nice!
A bookstore mainly dedicated to art and photography books. A nice place to forget about time, located at the entrance of Le Marais, one of Paris’s most charming neighbourhoods.
It's a hotel with a beautiful swimming pool, no need to get room to access the pool. Perfect post "Panorama Bar" hang out!
I love this park, especially in Autumn!
Sammlung Boros Collection
You can only view it on the weekends and if you've made an appointment. The art collection is great and includes sculpture, video and installation from artists all over the world, including one of my favourite, Wolfgang Tillmans. The building itself is also worth a visit, it's an old second world war bunker that was also back in 1992 a techno club. Only in Berlin!