DJ Amiga (also called Electric Lovers) is a Japanese electric musician. In fact, she is among the most gifted and revered DJs in Japan.
She began her musical career in Tokyo way back in ‘01 as the brains of the ambient music undertaking known as “Electric Lovers”.
Her second single “Double Helix” was held in high regard worldwide where it pulled Norman Cook to be integrated in Fat Boy Slim’s ‘Live on Brighton Beach-BIG BEACH BOUTIQUE’ DVD. Likewise, Mixmaster Morris was brought into the track and he included it in his mixed CD entitled, ‘Ambient meditations4 God Bless the Cooled.’
More recently, DJ Amiga has occupied her time by supplying music for CM’s, DVD’s and motion picture soundtracks. She has also been named to the Music Producer of Roppongi Hill’s ‘SKIES AQUARIUM.’
While DJ Amiga stages the celebrations for world’s top brands including Armani, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Cartier and Tiffany, she DJs at the very best underground celebrations in Tokyo with her exceptional mixture of electronic music. Furthermore, she was bestowed with the honor of DJing for F1 Japanese GP and European Union’s 50th Anniversary celebration in Tokyo.
Nevertheless, since her debut back in 2007, Amiga has been a resident DJ for one of Tokyo’s most stylish resort known as “The Peninsula Tokyo”.
In addition to being a resident DJ, she has appeared on a TV advertisement of Nintendo DS.
Not to be outdone, Amiga has made music for Matisse Jazz Art Exhibition in Tokyo, where she was highly regarded for her translation and presentation between music and great artwork works.
Around the world, the young DJ has triumphed during live DJ Tours in America, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Korea, China, Malaysia, Taiwan and Hong Kong and eventually even made an appearance in the DJ haven Ibiza.
Back in ’12, she put on a fantastic display at 1st ever UMF taking place in a town called “Kore” as the sole female DJ at the event.