Paloma grew up listening to Jazz, Sade Adu, and Motown Soul. In 2011, while she was living in San Francisco, she literally fell in love with the californian nightlife. There is no doubt that the scene, disco and eccentric altogether, inspired her to become a dj.
Upon her return to Paris, after a few residences for costes, bars and restaurants, as well as for prestigious hotels, she started djing at Les bains Paris, the famous club which was then reopening its doors. She is today invited to play in London, Sao Paulo, or in numerous indie festivals.
Her style deals with soul-jazz, boogie, disco-funk, afro-beat, latin, and even house, always keeping in mind that people want to dance. from track to track, her music offers a trip around the world: from South Africa in the 60’s to Tahiti in the 70’s or Ghana in the 80’s, then landing in France. Her mixes are like the “jeudig’”, an article she writes for the arts factory magazine (tafmag) for which she digs vinyls from all across the planet.
She is also a writer and a curator for The Vinyl Factory (London). As a music curator, she creates each year for Aica France, an original soundtrack for their live performances of art critics. Both eclectic and sharp, her musical tastes allows her to elaborate each of her mix focusing on a place and its audience with that special sense of groove.