Launching her DJ career in Berlin, DJ / producer / vocalist Fidelity Kastrow has already built up an impressive international circuit of repeat DJ gigs taking her from London to the Balkans and Czech Republic back to Berlin.
Regularly spinning peak-time sets to crowds of over 1.000 revellers at London superclubs SeOne and Mass as a resident at wildly popular alternative fetish institution Torture Garden, she's equally at home DJing in Berlin.
Described by Tresor as one of Berlin's sexiest and most provocative DJs when the 90s techno Mecca made her a headline resident in 2009, she's since progressed to playing at some of the citys most cutting edge parties including the likes of Villa and Ritter Butzke.
Back in London, she's also rocked the citys hippest fashionista haunts (including Trailer Trash, Wet Yourself and Studio Neon) in between trips to Sweden (Secret Island Nation Festival), France, Greece, Lithuania, Slovenia and Czech Republic's Roxy (Prague) and Summer of Love Festival, both of which she's played at three times.
She's also a regular in the Balkans at clubs such as Croatian hillside superclub Porat and Zagreb's Sirup and this summer returns to Bosnia to headline festival-in-a-castle Neofest in June (also for the third time). This year, she also makes her debut at Serbia's renowned Exit Festival, where she's due to perform at the 3.000 capacity Suba stage, as one of a handful of artists and DJs selected to represent cutting edge German club culture.
Prior to taking up DJing she also recorded and performed with Corvin Dalek, singing everywhere from China, Tokyo and San Francisco's Loveparade to Creamfields Czech Republic, where she sang to a crowd of over 5.000 revellers.
Alongside DJing and singing she also presents a monthly radio show on fast rising German radio station BLN.FM called Germany Calling with fellow Skrufff DJ Jonty Skrufff and Berlin nightlife legend Mark Reeder. Mark's well known for discovering Cosmic Baby, Paul Van Dyk and later Corvin Dalek as well as being Factory Records man-in-Berlin in the 80s. He's nowadays active in helping Fidelity's studio projects, most recently with Spartak.
The UK based band is the brainchild of ex Inspiral Carpets bassplayer Martyn Walsh and Ruthless Producer who recruited Fidelity to provide vocals on their Prodigy-meets-Erol Alkan rocking-electro anthem Bad Love.
The song had been in Spartak's vaults for a while, waiting for the right vocalist to come along to make the track come to life, says Martyn, Fidelity has done just that, delivering a sensual electro makeover and teasing out the right level of subversive sexuality in the lyrics.
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