Hauff performing in Barcelona, Spain (2016)
Helena Hauff is a German DJ and record producer based in Hamburg, Germany. She is known for her "stripped-down techno and electro tracks" that are recorded using strictly analog equipment and draws influences from acid house, EBM and industrial music.
Hauff, who has studied fine art, physics and systematic music science, previously worked as a DJ at Hamburg's Golden Pudel Club, where she hosted a night called Birds and Other Instruments. She released her debut record, Actio Reactio EP, in 2013. Following a series of releases from various different labels, including James Dean Brown's Hypnobeat record label, she released her debut full-length album, Discreet Desires, through Werkdiscs records in 2015. The album was listed as number 19 on Rolling Stone's list of "20 Best EDM and Electronic Albums of 2015."
Helena Hauff was announced to be performing at the 2018 Movement Festival in Detroit from May, 26 to 28, alongside other acts such as Diplo, Dubfire, Modeselektor, and more. Along with Movement, Hauff will also be performing at AVA Festival 2018 in Belfast accompanied by other performers Hunee, Midland, and many more.
Helena Hauff is also scheduled to perform at Dekmantel Festival 2018 hosted in Amsterdam, from August 1 through 5th. Amongst Hauff, there are other well known artists such as Four Tet, Tangerine Dream, and Thundercat.
- Actio Reactio (2013)
- Return to Disorder (2014)
- Helena Hauff Meets Andreas Gehm (2014, with Andreas Gehm)
- Shatter Cone (2014)
- Lex Tertia (2014)
- Have You Been There, Have You Seen It (2017)
- "Sworn to Secrecy Part II" (2015)
- "L'Homme Mort" (2015)
- A Tape (2015)
- Flächenbrand Mix (2015) (DJ mix)
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