Berlin-via-Leipzig DJ, promoter, and activist Resom has spent the past decade at the forefront of keeping politics on the dancefloor. “A sophisticated DJ with a subtle but clear aesthetic, she's more than ready for the exposure…stalk[ing] patiently through a landscape of zonked techno and house, occasionally flirting with euphoria.” (Resident Advisor).
She has DJ'd around the world and crafted high profile mixes, all the while contributing programming at Berlin’s ://about blank club.
Resom, aka Nadine Moser, grew up in Thuringia, East Germany, where she began participating in anti-fascist organisations before moving to study in Leipzig and beginning her involvement in the music underground. She joined the Homo Elektrik crew, which features artists such as Kassem Mosse and Mix Mup, throwing club nights and queer parties in derelict GDR buildings. Moser then graduated to forming her own collectives and establishing Do It Herself, running workshops and events exclusively for female DJs and producers.
In 2011, a move to Berlin saw her become a resident at ://about blank, first DJing at Blank Generation, then organising The Amplified Kitchen, which focuses more on discussions and panel events. Moving away from hosting parties, Resom now turns her attention to perfecting her craft in DJing, which has seen her contribute mixes for Hessle Audio, Truants, and Resident Advisor. She currently hosts OPTION for Berlin Community Radio, while still maintaining her solidarity with political activism DJing at fundraisers and teaching workshops at Mint.