For more than a decade now Tijana T has been a key figure on her native Serbian dance scene. In the early days she was a spokeslady for the world famous Exit Festival and a regular face on TV creating a number of well watched and much loved electronic music related shows. Adding an elegant sheen and popularist slant to weird and freaky electronic music, it is both her ability and charm that have gotten Tijana T so far, also behind the DJ booth: always playing with unbridled energy, she has a real sense of stage presence and is always a focal point for the crowds she plays to. Her powerful sets are things that invariably make people dance to good music and though currently focussed on techno, she is also likely to reach for house music of all styles from acid to jacking and is a DJ who educates and amazes as much as she entertains.
Tijana T has headlined on the world famous Boiler Room as well as at seminal clubs like Panorama Bar, We Love... Space in Ibiza, Output New York, Kaiku in Helsinki, Robert Johnson and Razzmatazz in Barcelona, festivals like Dimensions, Hideout, Flow and Exit, plus many other places around Europe with regular dates in Berlin. The Belgrade based talent also hosts her own parties with tastemaking DJs like
Actress, Redshape, Nina Kraviz, Ben Klock, Vakula, The Black Madonna, Young Marco, Substance aka DJ Pete and many more, and is therefore a driving force in the Serbian scene.
Far from being just a DJ, Tijana T is also a talented vocalist. Before now she has provided vocals to the sleek house and techno of Abe Duque on many of his EPs and LPs, has contributed to techno star Marc Houle's tracks and LPs a few times as well as co-producing and doing vocals for Gebruder Teichmann. Both solo and previously with Abe Duque, Tijana T has toured the world as a compelling live performer who mesmerises audiences wherever she goes.
On her own terms, Tijana T also fronts her own influential and tastemaking radio show and is a respected music journalist who predicts and depicts different stories way ahead of the curve. As such, there are few women in all of dance, let alone Serbia, making as big an impact as this one right now. Read more