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In today’s world it’s more important than ever for artists to be interdisciplinary.
Samantha Togni, an internationally-renowned DJ, producer and model, fits this description perfectly. Not only has she played headline sets in super-clubs from Tokyo to Milan, Togni has also built an impressive, expansive portfolio as a producer and modeled in the pages of Vogue Paris.
The last few years in particular have seen the rising star land coveted support slots for the likes of Marshmello and Slushii, as well as an appearance in HUNTAR and Gucci Mane’s ‘Pony’ video, directed by renowned fashion photographer Haris Nukem.
Togni has also shared stages with everyone from Clean Bandit to Camelphat, always experimenting with and adapting her sound to electrify any audience. She has also played for brands like Nike, Dr Martens, MAC, Rockstar North and more.
This unique soundscape was written across 2016 single ‘Queen Nemesis’, a frantic, uptempo track featuring rapid-fire raps from London MC Janset. The track quickly racked up support from Adidas Originals, which playlisted the song in its stores, as well as press outlets including Dazed Korea, Red Bull and Wonderland, who described Togni as the DJ to watch.
Togni is also a core member of INFERNO, a London-based club collective renowned for fusing club culture, performance art and techno. This unconventional approach to nightlife and identity has bled into its various inimitable events, which have attracted press coverage from the likes of Dazed and i-D,. Their aesthetic is equally influential, landing them a campaign with renowned Japanese clothing company ZOZO.
This is just one of the many modeling credits Togni has under her belt; she’s currently signed to Unite Model Management, and has previously worked with clients including ASOS, Nike and VICE.
Although she has numerous gigs lined up at Ministry of Sound, EGG London (where she currently has a monthly residency), Fusion Festival and even the Caribbean (Togni will perform at the 50th Gala of the Island ), Togni has recently been focusing her energy into a series of experimental remixes.
The last month alone has seen the release of her eerie, experimental rework of Madeleine Wood’s ‘Phantom Boy’, as well as a more industrial, left-field take on Wax Wings’ ‘Shame’.
2018 looks set to be another productive month; as well as a remix of Tom Bright’s Amateur Astronaut, Togni has also been working on her own version of Baginclude & Nova Zef’s ‘Classy’. As well as her debut EP featuring the likes of TT The Artist, My Bad Sister and Janset, with a remix of one of her tracks by Wax Wings.