DJ Jnett

Real Name:Janette Pitruzzello

Australian DJ, electronic music producer, and radio host (b. 20 September 1968, Foster, Victoria). DJ JNETT currently lives and in Melbourne. She studied at RMIT in Melbourne and worked as a photographer and photographer's assistant before becoming a full-time deejay.

In the early 1990s, Janette lived in London, UK, where she discovered house music after hearing Paul "Trouble" Anderson sets. Upon returning to Australia, Janette began working at Melbourne's iconic Central Station record store and started DJing privately. She assumed the "DJ Jnett" alias and debuted at The Lounge in Melbourne a few years later; Jnett immediately became the club's resident and soon launched her weekly party series, "Purveyors." Since then, Pitruzzello has performed with some of the world's leading deejays and electronic projects, including Frankie Knuckles, Theo Parrish, Kerri Chandler, Moodymann, Danny Krivit, Sadar Bahar, St Germain, and Floating Points. DJ Jnett hosted a radio show at Kiss FM and worked as the electronic music reporter on ABC's TV program "Recovery" for two years.

In 2016, DJ Jnett released her debut Wildlife 12" EP on Maurice Fulton's label BubbleTease Communications. Fulton lived in Melbourne years ago and was friends with Janette, regularly visiting her and finally encouraging her to record and produce original tracks together. The same year, Pitruzzello launched her Monday night program, "Are You Ready?," at PBS 106.7 FM radio.

Sites:Soundcloud , Facebook , Instagram
Aliases:Janette Pitruzzello


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