DRUMCODE / KRAFTEK / FILTH ON ACID / ODD RECORDINGS / TOOLROOM / SUARA
FEATURED LIVE MIX:
Juliet Fox BIO
Channeling a distinct house and techno pallette, Juliet Fox has murmured an impressive profile to call her own. Residing in Berlin, the Australian born producer turns her catalogue like a kaleidoscope, delivering equal parts experimental, ominous and somewhat sentimental electronic hues. Having cultivated a reputation across the underground club notions, Juliet Fox labels her influence globally and has proven her position across renowned labels from Drumcode and Suara to Toolroom and Set About, while cementing her herself as a trusted selector on enviable dance floors and festivals from Burning Man and Sisyphos Berlin to We Are Festival UK and summer’s iconic Beyond the Valley in Australia.
Laying down her studio foundation, Juliet Fox has taken her lead as a well-versed advocate in the house and techno pools. With each release, there is no doubt behind the succession that follows having just dropped ‘Wanted Me’ on Drumcode’s A-Sides Volume 7 and ‘Robotic Mode’ via Octopus Recordings Black Label. 2018 kicked off nicely, dropping collaborative EP Against Gravity with Gallya on Set About Records with Lucid Dream heading straight to Beatport’s techno top 100. Just prior, Juliet released ‘Radiate’ with Arjun Vagale out via Odd Recordings and ‘Ecstasy’ with Coyu on Suara. 2017’s highest streamed release came straight from her list of original records with ‘6AM’ on Toolroom. Attracting some of the globe’s hottest playlists on Spotify and Apple Music, ‘6AM’ reeled in universal support from pioneering tastemakers, while her collab with Ramiro Lopez with ‘Come Closer’ dropped on Drumcode, setting Juliet’s sights thereon.
Tagging the map with a consistent barrage of dates, Juliet Fox isn’t shy of a pioneering bill spot having played at the likes of Berlin’s iconic Watergate, Afrikaburn, America’s leading electronic festival EDC Las Vegas, Coda Toronto, India’s A Day of Slick, Heart Miami and more. 2018 continued rolling with standout shows throughout South America and back to her roots of Australia for their summer playing at the likes of Beyond The Valley Festival, and kicking off 2019 playing the Market Stage at Rainbow Serpent, and Sonorous Festival in New Zealand before starting her next tour in India as one of the headliners at Sulafest, followed by Wonder Mov.E in Brazil.