music for misfits

With her dark, vocal-electronic music for misfits, Juc [Jut͡s] offers her listeners a hedonistic time-out to let it all out and feel peace. Between atmospheric sound carpets and her sometimes classical, sometimes modern voice, she builds up arcs of tension waiting to be discharged in endorphin-rushing catharsis. The influences of her electronic symphonies range from Moderat, Polynation and Trentemøller to HÆLOS and London Grammar.

Her latest release, Ritual, was released on 29.01.2021 on Bandcamp and all streaming platforms.

“Electronic music appeals to me because of its structure and the possibility to break it. For me, true freedom is only possible with a clear scope of action. Without rules, there’s nothing to align yourself to – and nothing to position yourself against. The absence of scope means the absence of choice – and who are we if we’re not able to choose our own fate?”

juc live - lockdown edition

With 12 female artists of all genres, RAKETEREI founder Imke Machura organised a festival over the Easter weekend 2020. The aim was to make female musicians visible and promote them during the German COVID 19 lockdown.

Our audience participated exclusively digitally via Zoom. Together we celebrated ourselves and the feminine in music. I was allowed to close the first evening as headliner – my very first concert with Juc!

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Lilian Grüter

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