Denise Schneider deliberately decided against an artist name, because she is what she is – authentic, pure, real!
Denise Schneider discovered her love for electronic music through her work in the nightlife. By mentoring the artists, her curiosity about the big picture was aroused. When the desire to be a DJ grew stronger, her husband, who has made a name for himself as a club owner and promoter, finally encouraged her. Almost self-taught, the Ulmer native taught herself how to DJ more than 10 years ago. Since then she has been playing at popular clubs and countless major festivals around the world.
When she enters the DJ booth, the auditorium experiences a DJane, in which every gesture and facial expression tells of her enthusiasm for melodic techno/techno. Through this body language alone, Denise evokes an emotional sound experience on the dance floor. Every single track of their sets releases endorphins in the audience, often accompanied by frenetic applause. It’s understandable that Denise Schneider is a welcome guest in popular clubs as well as at festivals.
Since 2017, the mother of two has also been spending every free minute in the studio to realize her musical visions. With success! The remake of Nils Van Gogh’s 2019 classic Pulverturm landed in the top ten of the Beatport charts internationally and number 1 nationally in the peaktime techno category. And with the new edition of the Members of Mayday anthem Sonic Empire in 2020, Denise Schneider has once again distinguished herself as a producer.