Live from Splash House, Joshwa talks recent traction, what’s to come musically [Q&A]

Supercharged by “My Humps,” his massive collaboration with Lee Foss, released in October 2021, Joshwa has steadily infiltrated the North American dance scene over the past few years. Since 2017, the London-based producer has scored releases on internationally acclaimed dance/electronic labels such as Pete Tong‘s FFRR Records, Repopulate Mars, Spinnin’ Deep, and Sonny Fodera‘s Solotoko imprint, among others. On August 13, the UK tastemaker took his turn tending decks at The Saguaro in Palm Springs, as one of many illustrious acts billed for Splash House 2022. After electrifying a jam-packed poolside audience on Saturday, Joshwa sat down with Dancing Astronaut to discuss recent developments in his burgeoning career. Read the exclusive Q&A below.You just put out a remix of Snakehips’ “All Around The World.” How did this come to fruition?What fired you up most about playing Splash House this year?In general, do you prefer to play a large-scale festival or a more intimate show?You’re gaining massive traction in the US right now, driven largely by the success of ‘My Humps,’ as well as tech-house’s explosion in America. What are your thoughts on the current trajectory of dance music?Did you start DJing or producing first? At what age?What does your show schedule look like for the rest of the year?Do you think about starting your own label down the line?Who is your dream collaboration?Featured image: Joshwa/FacebookTags: , , , , , ,
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