A staple of London club culture, Oh Annie Oh is renowned for keeping ravers hyped with her
carefully curated uptempo edits and club reworks, drawing from an eclectic range of electronic
genres including bass, grime, house and UK garage. The Seoul-born DJ, broadcaster and
promoter pours her infectious personality into everything she touches, from her sought after
Night Dreams parties, Reprezent Radio residency and Don’t Call Me “Exotic” podcast series –
which celebrates the careers of boundary-pushing guests while exploring their experiences with
Having relocated from Toronto to study Fine Art, Annie quickly discovered her passion for
London’s nightlife. Finding her way behind the decks shortly after, she has developed a distinct
style that has attracted the interest of globally-renowned artists, fellow DJs and iconic brands.
Annie has supported the likes of Lizzo, Kelis, Rina Sawayama, Sam Gellaitry, Girls Don’t Sync,
Sabrina Claudio, Joe Kay (Soulection), Leon Bridges, Amber Mark, Masego, Kiana Ledé and
Mariah The Scientist, as well as playing parties for Lazy Oaf, High Snobiety, NARS, Browns,
Cartier, Cult Beauty, Christian Louboutin, Google, Playstation, Nike and Adidas.
Named one of DJ Mag’s artists to watch last year, Annie began connecting with an international
audience. As a precursor to her 2024 Asia Tour, she headlined Seoul’s legendary Cakeshop, a
clip of which was seen by millions when it went viral on TikTok. 2023 has been a pivotal year for
Annie, playing a staggering four sets at Glastonbury Festival, one closing the festival in the
iconic Shangri-La, playing her debut Boiler Room at Ministry of Sound, visited Berlin for her
second stream on cult live-streaming platform HÖR Berlin. She has also landed her first TV role
as the studio DJ for Netflix’s biggest dance competition show, Dance 100.
Annie has developed a loyal following as a radio DJ, currently in residence at Reprezent Radio
showcasing her signature mix of bouncy 140 uptempo club tracks combined with an eclectic mix
of underground house, techno, chunky breakbeats, garage and grime edits. This follows
residencies on Foundation FM and Rinse FM, which featured guest interviewees such as Bree
Runway, Jamz Supernova and Jessie Reyez. She has also regularly appeared on Trench Mag’s
best DJ mixes lists, and has been invited to contribute guest mixes to BBC Radio 1’s Diplo &
Friends, BBC 1Xtra’s DJ Target and Heartless Crew, BBC Asian Network, Apple Music 1, Kiss
Central to Annie’s work is the importance of community, and she regularly highlights fellow
creatives from a broad range of disciplines and backgrounds. She has been particularly
invested in connecting with East and South East Asian creatives through collectives such as
ESEA Sisters (which provides spaces for East and South East Asian women, trans, non-binary
and genderqueer folk to share joy and resistance) where Annie produced a series of events at
Somerset House, she curated guest DJ mix shows on Reprezent Radio showcasing ESEA DJs
for ESEA Heritage Month and is member of Faces of the East, a collective founded by Soho
House’s Danny Chan, to promote Asian talent in the UK creative industries.
Her podcast Don’t Call Me “Exotic” (DCME) started during lockdown in 2021, as a response to
the rise in anti-Asian hate, and has quickly garnered acclaim from taste making publications
such as DJ Mag, Resident Advisor, Crack and Mixmag, as well as being highlighted by Apple
Podcasts. Over two years DCME has welcomed guests such as Monki, Susie Bubble, Char
Ellesse, Enact Equality & APPG founder L’myah Sherae and gal-dem editor-in-chief Suyin
Haynes. Annie’s sensitive, light-hearted approach leads to insightful and layered conversations
about diversity, culture and personal experiences of racism both in their careers and lives.
DCME was also handpicked by fashion designer Gareth Pugh and artist Carson McColl to be
part of their This Bright Land festival at Somerset House, and Seoul Community Radio invited
Annie to record a five episode exploration of the Seoul underground scene at their studios in
An avid podcast lover and host, Annie has also developed a second podcast – Behind The Drop
with cohost 1⁄2 of production duo Star.One, delving into the biggest scandals, stories and hidden
truths behind your favourite artists in the music industry.
In addition to having established herself as one of the London club scene’s most exciting DJs,
Oh Annie Oh has become a prominent and vital voice inspiring the creative industries to think
more inclusively within everything she does. 2023 so far has been a significant year for Annie,
as she lays the groundwork for an exciting 2024, focusing on her live touring, radio shows, club nights and podcast series.