For anyone unfamiliar with your sound, how would you describe it?
You spring from a musical family, what do your parents make of your music?
They like some of it… obviously the darker, more twisted tracks are harder for them to understand, because they’ve never been to a club or party where that music works best. The more strings based, musical pieces they seem to like… at least that’s what they tell me.
What are your opinions on the music scene at the moment?
Maybe a conversation for the after party!
What gigs/festivals are you most excited about this summer?
Gigs wise, I cannot wait for ‘We Love…’ at Space in Ibiza. I’m playing SW4 festival for the first time which I’m sure will be great, as well as this thing called Farr Festival, run by some loony from Hertfordshire…!
What’s it like playing the Terrace at Space?
I BLOODY LOVE IT! It can be tricky at times, but amazing nonetheless. It doesn’t really behave like any other room I’ve played in; it truly is unique in ever sense of the word. I learnt a lot last season and I’m looking forward to getting back there, to put it all into practice.
What is your career highlight to date?
Oh, stop it! If you could go to a festival with any three DJs, who would you choose?
Francis Grosso, Nicky Holloway and Ron Hardy.
Have you ever done a DJ set in the woods?
Any party tricks?
DJing in the woods
Ok, we’re giving you three choices and you have to decide which one to Snog, Marry and Avoid:
Eats Everything – snog
Waifs and Strays – marry
George Fitzgerald – avoid
Breakfast – avoid
Lunch – snog
DJ Sneek – snog
Carl Cox – marry
Reboot – avoid
Jozif’s most recent EP The Lady B is available to download now!
Interview: Venetia Falconer