South Maitland, NSW, Australia
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With a sound that embodies a rich, opulent atmosphere and a flawless touch in the studio, Ninajirachi is truly in her own lane. The Australian triple-threat producer, songwriter, and DJ has built a career that encompasses the spectrum of electronic music, garnering praise from critics and notable artists alike. Ninajirachi moved the needle with her record-breaking debut single, “Pure Luck,” receiving recognition from all over the world. There’s a reason “Pure Luck” topped the Spotify Australia Viral charts and became 2017’s second most-played song on triple j — Ninajirachi’s musical aptitude reached audiences far and wide before she even had a chance to graduate high school.
Following the success of “Pure Luck,” Ninajirachi linked with fellow powerhouse producer and DJ Nina Las Vegas for their 2018 collaborative single, “Thursdays.” Noticing Ninajirachi’s next-level sound, Nina Las Vegas added the fast-rising producer to her label’s roster: Ninajirachi signed to NLV Records for the release of her debut EP, Lapland. Beyond her own releases, Ninajirachi has lent her savvy in the studio to remixes for artists including Flight Facilities, Anna Lunoe, Hermitude, and more.
To say Ninajirachi took 2019 by storm would be an understatement — she was March's resident DJ on Mix Up on triple j, released her first sample pack with Splice, delivered guest mixes for BBC 1XTRA and Diplo & Friends, became the first Australian producer to be featured in Ableton’s One Thing, and even co-wrote and produced the official anthem for Australia’s Matildas in the FIFA Women's World Cup. In the midst of all the madness, Ninajirachi released Water Gun / Stingray via NLV Records, which garnered a premiere from Mixmag. Beyond her work in the studio, Ninajirachi has performed at major Australian festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Field Day, Falls Festival, Listen Out, and more. Along with her festival appearances, Ninajirachi has supported artists including Mallrat, Crooked Colours, and Hermitude on tour.
Propelling forward, Ninajirachi kicked off 2020 supporting What So Not on tour and delivered new music: she dropped an official remix for deadmau5 & The Neptunes’ “Pomegranate” just before the release of her latest Blumiere EP via NLV Records, a release that’s already been supported by Charli XCX and Anna Lunoe on Beats 1. Her hit single off the EP, “Cut The Rope,” was added to rotation on triple j and topped Spotify’s New Dance Beats playlist, speaking to Ninajirachi’s prominent influence within the scene.
Standing tall as an immovable force within electronic music, the only way for Ninajirachi is up.