Emme Moises is a producer of electronic music and a passionate reader of science fiction literature.
Hailing from Argentina and currently living in Berlin, the musician explores the deep sonic sound scapes of space through the use of synthesizers and experimentation.

She has been performing live for the past 10 years in Argentina, Berlin and Italy, presenting her work at venues like Griehssmuele, Funkhaus, Maze, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Museo Caraffa and festivals like Zyklus, Moninga, c/0 Pop, Music For Cinemas and Berlin Scifi Film Festival.

She has released several studio albums, EP’s and singles, and is actively involved with the labels Modularfield and Verlag. Her upcoming album “Talking to the Spheres” will be release on vinyl next year. She currently works at SoundLab studio and is a proud fulltime plant-mother.

Emme will be part of our Canto General (Der große Gesang) at Pablo Neruda library, Saturday, November 6th 2021.


1. evolution is a must

2. my body, my machine, my choice

3. the sun is inside you


1. What is the biggest inspiration for your music?

The cathartic process of putting out an idea, feeling, sensation, story through an abstract medium such as sound waves.And the response that comes back, once those waves are flying through the air.

2. How and when did you get into making music?

At my parents home, there was always music playing or someone singing, lots of records and an old guitar from my dad in a corner.That guitar was my first connection into making my own music. As a shy kid, music helped me develop my own world, my own bubble.

3. What are 5 of your favourite albums of all time?

I evolve and change too much over time to have such a specific list.

4. What do you associate with Berlin?

Intense contrasts, revolution, self discovery, greyness, home and love

5. What’s your favourite place in your town?

Almost every park

6. If there was no music in the world, what would you do instead?


7. What was the last record/music you bought?

I went to visit Köln and had the chance to meet the owner of a lovely record store, bought 4/5 vinyls of soul,funky, psychodelic grooves.

8. Who would you most like to collaborate with?


9. What was your best gig (as performer or spectator)?

As an spectator, it was seeing Jean Michel Jarre in Rome, at an open air venue.
As performer, the time I could produce a show with guests musicians (drums, violin, vocals, lots of synths) inside of the Aula Magna from the Faculty of applied sciences in Cordoba, and the time I could perform live at the incredible Saal 1, in Funkhaus.

10. How important is technology to your creative process?

understanding it, making use of the available tools for creative processes and relating it to our humanity is fundamental for me.

11. Do you have siblings and how do they feel about your career/art?

Both my siblings enjoy music a lot, they have always been very supportive with my artistic adventures, I appreciate that with all my heart.

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