FAUZIA is a multidisciplinary artist working in live, recorded music and audio-visual installations. Her work focuses on challenging the arbitrary division of genre through an extensive range of musical expression. A composer, DJ, producer & vocalist, she is a singular figure in contemporary electronic music. First breaking out as a DJ via NTS Radio, her show was inspired by fast paced music on both sides of the Atlantic – 6 years later the show guides listeners through the multiplicity of her influences, ranging from frenetic club productions through to classical compositions, featuring guests like Mica Levi, Kode9, Space Afrika & more. Alongside her radio show she has contributed mixes for BBC Radio 1, Radio 6, The Lot Radio and Rinse FM. She has toured extensively across the globe with appearances at Unsound Festival (Krakow), Nowadays (New York), Berghain (Berlin), De School (Amsterdam) and an India tour. As a live performer, she has toured Europe with appearances at the 02 Academy (London), Mucho Flow festival (Porto), Southbank Centre (London), Headrow House (Leeds) and King's Place (London). The pandemic saw the debut of FAUZIA’s productions, first through a celebrated production mix for DISCWOMAN. She went on to contribute music to labels like R&S & Haus of Altr. Through the pandemic she self-released a series of attention garnering projects – ‘fragments, are you hoping for a miracle?’ and 'flashes in time’. The projects received glowing press from Resident Advisor, Crack Magazine, Pitchfork, The Wire and more. Her discography extends to production work for other artists like Kelela, Duval Timothy and Tirzah. FAUZIA has appeared on panels for BBC Radio, Lighthouse Arts, and AVA Festival. She has worked as a music programmer for The Yard Theatre in London. She is now signed to Mexican Summer with a debut album in the pipeline and an upcoming residency at Pioneer Works in New York City. 2023 saw the debut of her classical compositions with the project 'ETHERS' a specially commissioned live show comprising of an ensemble of players and vocalists, accompanied by electronics. The performance was presented on 28 speakers at the renowned King's Place.