LABELS: MY FAVOURITE FREAKS / TOOLROOM / SUARA / CAJUAL / RELIEF
One of the most multi-talented up & coming electronic music artists on the scene, Juliet Fox is making her mark as both a DJ and producer for all to see.
Born in Adelaide, Australia, Juliet was brought up with a musical background, studying guitar and piano from a young age. A musical epiphany came when Juliet discovered Chicago House and Detroit Techno in her early teens – her love for the sounds of this raw, jacking underground music drew her to dig deeper into its history, amassing a record collection from labels like Trax, Dance Mania and Cajual.
In 2010 Juliet dedicated her summer to Ibiza, after living and holding down residencies in the White Isle, winning fans and plaudits in the process, Juliet was drawn to London as one of the cultural capitals of house music. Quickly setting up her own record label in Attraction Music, and a radio show on Bloop.fm, Juliet instantly gained a stronghold in the London scene with residencies in the capital city & regular performances at clubs like Fire & The Egg. Coming towards the end of 2016 where Juliet has now resided in Berlin for a year, drawn to the creative city that inspires her distinctive sound, and with regular appearances at some of the most talked about clubs it seems the city has taken to Juliet Fox.
But it is on the production front where Juliet’s creativity really shines. Showcasing her innate musicality, Juliet uses her own vocals in a unique style to create deep, dark techno and tech house with an addictive edge. This originality has seen her music signed to the likes of Cajual, Toolroom and Love & Other, and has resulted in collaborations with the likes of Green Velvet, Coyu and Matt Sassari and accolades such as two overall No.1 on Traxsource.
Juliet Fox devotes her life to her love of House & Techno music, with an exciting 2017 planned, this year will see her develop into one of the most talked-about talents in the industry.
Hello mate! How Are You? What do you have scheduled for today?
I’m great! In Australia at the moment touring and to spend some time with my family. Its late afternoon now, and I just got into Adelaide back from Melbourne. Just finishing up some work, and then heading off for a nice run along the beach J
Please tell us a bit about your latest releases!
This was a collab EP with Derek Marin released on MFF called Roomers! Also a remix for Gallya out on Set About.
Which release was the one who gave you the most attention so far?
There was a few this year actually. A couple with Suara, Toolroom, and also Set About, as well as this recent release on MFF which have all done well. Something a little bit different with them all is that they all feature my vocal on them, each in a unique and different way.
Tell us a bit about your upcoming releases! Is there anything special planned?
I am working on another release for Toolroom right now, as well as a remix for Minimal Session which will be out next month, and a couple of other collaborations. That’s just to kick off 2017…but there is a lot more in the pipeline!
As you are touring a lot, please tell us something about your experience. What is your favourite city or country and why?
I love being able to travel with my work, as you get to play at some incredible venues and meet so many ace people! I have played in Finland three times this year, and everyone has been so nice there!
What were your TOP 5 gigs so far?
Sisyphos – Berlin (Germany)
Greenvalley – Camboriu (Brazil)
EDC – Las Vegas (USA)
Waterland Festival – Espoo (Finland)
Electisize Festival – Erkelenz (Germay)
What are your top 5 tracks that are really working the dance floor in your sets at the moment?
Juliet Fox & Derek Marin – Roomers (Original Mix)
Joseph Mancino – Not Sleep (Original Mix)
Gallya – Do You (Juliet Fox Remix)
Larsen Factory & Mario Del Regno – Virtual Body (Original Mix)
Dennis Cruz – Bad Behaviour (Original Mix)
Thank you for your time and this interesting interview!
Interview by Lars
sorry this time no playlist as it was recorded live at Disco Volante – Australia