After 15 years behind the turntables, Clara 3000 is an elusive and transversal figure of the electronic scene. Combining perpetual mutation and authenticity, Clara 3000's sound is rooted in a multitude of sound
landscapes, real or imaginary. Mastering the art of breaking codes, her sets play with rules and genres, enriching themselves with various techno, post-dance, ghetto and experimental influences. The only rule is that there is no rule.
Her unique style has led Clara to play both on the main stage of Sónar Festival, as well as in an unnamed cellar for Kill The DJ; at Berghain / Panorama Bar and David Lynch's private parties; at Hör Radio in Berlin and at the Dekmantel festival, as well as at
Raf Simons, Prada or Cartier events alongside Nina Kraviz and Richie Hawtin among others. Continuing to apply her non-conformist approach, Clara 3000 likes to bring worlds together, she regularly collaborates with designers from Fashion (Demna Gvasalia at Vetements and Balenciaga, Jacquemus, Raf Simons), Art (Sound installations at Vinyl Factory's Store X in London, Red Hook Labs in NYC for Willy Vanderperre), and Cinema (multiple collaborations with
She is now entering a new stage of her career that places her as a cornerstone of a new scene that combines different means of expression to continue to propagate underground culture.