From having not much of an idea about how it all really happens, Jaguar has worked herself up into the ranks of one of the most happening girl DJs around. Part of this next-gen-set of up and coming DJ acts & beat makers, she’s big on pushing fresh talent, talking about how important the platform of her new show on BBC Introducing Dance is for those who have got new tracks in the pipeline, like DJ duos Prospa or cousn.
She raves about her time writing for and presenting at Mixmag, the energy she feels by spinning the decks, her fave London clubs like Dalston Superstore, Printworks and Five Miles, summer festivals like Lost & Found, Glastonbury, the Lost Village Festival, as well as big moments like playing Leeds, where she actually went to uni. And, of course, she mentions the DJ divas who have inspired her, like Annie Mac, The Black Madonna and Heidi. Legendary Ibiza hangouts like Pikes, Café Mambo, Pacha and Amnesia are thrown into the mix, whilst she talks frank and honest about her experiences, being bang on the pulse of what’s hot off the beat press.
Watch our exclusive interview with her now to get the low-down of what Jaguar is all about…
- 29 April > 3 May 2021: Malta, Lost & Found Festival
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