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Jade Cox

Jade Cox


JadeCox2Jade’s signature house, jacking, and acid sounds, taking inspiration from the likes of Robsoul, We The Brand and I’m a House Gangster have established her as a performer in and around London, UK.

2012 saw Jade debut at Sankey’s, Manchester for Queen’s of Sankeys, and be asked to feature a guest mix for The House Gangsters on RadioONE, Uglyhouse UK, Chicago House FM, House Salad and Ride Top Records.

JadeCox1October 2012. Jade was then booked to play in Birmingham towards the end of the year for Second City, a Chicago House music only night.

2013 starts off with Jade producing a podcast for well known Romanian radio station MoodyTech, and in May, Jade will play for MishMash in Antrim, Northern Ireland, and at Pacha, London alongside Phil Weeks.

Jade will also feature guestmixes for the likes of 294 Records, Moodytech, the House Gangsters and more.

Jade’s debut E.P Sketch The Way is out now on Robsoul Recordings.


The Gangstercast gives a glimpse into Jade’s record box and inspirations, and featured some of her own unreleased material.  She says, “the mix represents some of the styles from the past that influence my sound now, all sides of house music that inspire me.  I went through my vinyl collection and dug out some of my favourite tracks that I thought would sit nicely together with a few current tracks. I wanted to create a timeless feel for this mix, something a bit different.”

Often photographed in her ‘I’m A House Gangster’ t-shirt, Jade is clearly a dedicated player in the cause: “The House Gangster sound to me is real, underground house music. Solid drums and raw, jackin vibes.  The whole HG movement means a lot to me as it brings people together from across the world who have a genuine passion for real underground house music. As DJ’s, we don’t follow a trend, we play from the heart. It’s about keeping that true house sound alive.  House music is an everyday thing for me, I work on my music every day, and it’s something I’ve wanted to make my career for a long time. It means so much to me.”


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