discography on 30D Records:

JS Park
Ji Soo’s musical career began after playing the clarinet at just seven years old. This passion for music was a big discovery, and one which she carried with her into early adulthood, studying classical music at university in South Korea. However, after realising that whilst it is indeed the fundamental root of all contemporary music, the rules and constraints of classical music were too restricting to new ideas, causing Ji Soo to lose interest. She embarked on a new path, giving up her studies and working instead in a small bar, where she exposed herself to electronic music. Instantly hooked, Ji Soo left the bar in 2009 and began an internship at a club in South Korea’s up and coming Hongde district.
Whilst learning much about production and mixing, the culture in Hongde felt too commercial, and in 2012 Ji Soo packed her bags once more, this time heading for Japan, in search of new challenges. Although only a stone’s throw across the Sea of Japan, the music scene felt worlds apart, and Ji Soo felt her career had a chance in Japan’s dynamic techno scene. After quickly picking up a slot at WOMB in Shibuya, she began the renowned Profound Mind night, hosting and playing with a range of other forward-thinking techno DJs.
After almost two years of successful events, Ji Soo felt it was time to move again, this time heading for the haven of contemporary techno, Berlin. A place of new discoveries, Ji Soo feels at home, being in close contact with others who like to resist existing conventions and norms, where she seeks the freedom she has been searching for since childhood. Ji Soo’s atypical and anomalous music will continue to be developed here.
JS Park
Ji Soo’s musical career began after playing the clarinet at just seven years old. This passion for music was a big discovery, and one which she carried with her into early adulthood, studying classical music at university in South Korea. However, after realising that whilst it is indeed the fundamental root of all contemporary music, the rules and constraints of classical music were too restricting to new ideas, causing Ji Soo to lose interest. She embarked on a new path, giving up her studies and working instead in a small bar, where she exposed herself to electronic music. Instantly hooked, Ji Soo left the bar in 2009 and began an internship at a club in South Korea’s up and coming Hongde district.
Whilst learning much about production and mixing, the culture in Hongde felt too commercial, and in 2012 Ji Soo packed her bags once more, this time heading for Japan, in search of new challenges. Although only a stone’s throw across the Sea of Japan, the music scene felt worlds apart, and Ji Soo felt her career had a chance in Japan’s dynamic techno scene. After quickly picking up a slot at WOMB in Shibuya, she began the renowned Profound Mind night, hosting and playing with a range of other forward-thinking techno DJs.
After almost two years of successful events, Ji Soo felt it was time to move again, this time heading for the haven of contemporary techno, Berlin. A place of new discoveries, Ji Soo feels at home, being in close contact with others who like to resist existing conventions and norms, where she seeks the freedom she has been searching for since childhood. Ji Soo’s atypical and anomalous music will continue to be developed here.

discography on 30D Records:

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