Grenoble born Caroline Hervé aka Miss Kittin, has over the past years become one of the most inspiring DJs and voices within the electronic music scene. Alongside production partner The Hacker, tracks such as “Frank Sinatra” and “1982” propelled them into the spotlight whilst further collaborations with Felix Da Housecat “Silver Screen (Shower Scene)”, Golden Boy “Rippin Kittin”, Sven Väth “Je T’aime” and T.Raumschmiere “The Game Is Not Over” have confirmed Miss Kittin’s star billing status. She released her debut solo album “I Com” in 2004 on her own label Nobody’s Bizzness, that combines jacking Chicago House, distorted punk attitude, skanked-up Dub and Electronic Pop and her inique voice. However Kittin’s first and main love remains DJing. She is able to play Prince with Black Dog or Aphex Twin. She has an uncanny and intuitive sense of selection that not only flows but also maintains that primary sense of the party. As Kittin says, “I love playing records, it’s probably the best thing I know to do in life. I do it because it’s big fun and it makes me free.” Kittin released her second solo album “Batbox” in 2008, followed by the second album of the collaboration with The Hacker entitled “Two” in 2009, both released on Nobody’s Bizzness.
After the extensive live touring of Miss Kittin & The Hacker in 2009 all over the globe. 2010 has seen Kittin’s couple of remixes and collaborations and in early 2011 a release of the “All You Need” EP on Mobilee Records, that brought her sultry yet punchy vocals back to the floor with a classic electro bassline. Having spent over a decade cultivating her intransigent image, Miss Kittin reliably brings all her gusto, charisma and inspiration to the decks, which have produced many seminal moments of dance-floor heaven and is rightly placed as one of the most revered and recognizable artists in Dance music today. As for the future? Watch out for her 3rd solo artist album in April 2013.