comes from Brussels and plays in Catclub. As the animal from the cartoon he took the name of, he gives a romantic vision on music with a choice of electro, rock, newwave, indie and pop. Sometimes dark, sometimes naive, sometimes funny, sometimes melancolic. At young age he got influenced by his 2 elder sisters and was inspired by the dj sets of Bubu. His kindness is touching, and so is his music taste.
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JoJo De Freq has fast established herself as one of the UK's most exciting and unique dj's. She is the resident and co-promoter at London's super salacious Nag Nag Nag and is a regular at Bugged Out's various club nights.
JoJo left her native Vancouver over four years ago and soon found like-minded souls attracted to the burgeoning neo-electro scene from which Nag Nag Nag exploded. It is now internationally renowned and established as one of London's hottest club nights packed week in week out with wild revelers from the capital and beyond. Nag is, as JoJo says, a wear what you want, play what you want kind of place attracting flamboyant and creative clubbers. It's this attitude that has made its appeal so enduring and has attracted requests to play from the likes of Miss Kittin, Hell and Tiga as well as live acts like Ascii Disco and Riton.
JoJo's sets are altogether different to fellow Nag DJ's Jonny Slut and Fil OK as she skillfully mixes tuneful techno, electro-disco and synthetic house throwing across some curve-balls to keep the party rockin'. You are as likely to hear underground sounds from Jesper Dahlback, Mathew Jonson and Kiki as you are a classic rave track or electro-pop anthem. Her sets are by turns crowd-pleasing and fun, her aim to turn those wallflowers into floorpieces! Her emotive, melodic, goosebumping late night sets at Bugged Out at The End have cemented her reputation with fans and turned others on to her sound. The main room has never been busier than when the lights came up at 7am at recent parties.
JoJo has become a sought after DJ at cutting edge UK clubs like Bugged Out, Fabric, Stealth, Death Disco and Sankey's Soap. Her spirited style and attitude has found her in demand internationally with regular gigs in Paris, Barcelona and Berlin.
"JoJo De Freq has impeccable taste and technical finesse whose crowd-pleasing sets blend everything from the latest Legowelt production to European designer disco." Piers Martin NME
Les Bourgeois started as a group of friends sharing one passion, two decks and a house.
The story starts at a shady New Years Eve party for the Highlife of Kortrijk. Roy and Arthur were dj'ing and used "Les Bourgeois" of Jacques Brel to stir things up as a practical joke. "Les Bourgeois" was born.
They decided to move the decks to their place in Brussels. Everybody was invited to bring some records or use theirs to get the feel of dj-ing. Soon enough also Stijn and Samyra showed a talent for mixing the right stuff. They all started dj'ing at private parties in basements and from there on moved to parties at Sint Luckas high school, where they got a feel of a bigger audience.
Their concept brings smiles on people's faces and gives party people a bloody good time. Every one of them has a particular taste in music, bringing a mix of rock, house, electro, techno and the stylish oldie. Arhur brings the Decks, Roy the Music, Stijn the Beats and Samyra Funcks it all up.
This mix of Antwerp (Samyra), Hasselt (Stijn), Lommel (Roy), Ghent (Arthur) and Brussels (where four of them studied) gives them the opportunity to dj at parties all over Belgium in a mix and match situation.
'Les Bourgeois' brings them together more and more. Join them in their fun whenever you can!