East London resident Josh Caffe has built a cult following with his trademark blend of self-assured bitch house, US house and ghetto tech. With DJ sets every weekend and bi-monthly nights run in different clubs across London.
His own nights take place in the two most seminal nightclubs in London's Dalston. Boner, his underground night run with Borja Peña at influential sweat-box Vogue Fabrics focuses on favourite House classics from the past whilst over at local institution Dalston Superstore, his night with Carpracara & Joe Robots, Banjee Boy Realness explores the point where masculinity meets bitch-house, an homage to the vogue Ballroom parties of the past with guests from London, Berlin and New York.
As adept as playing in small intimate basement venues as he is at large clubs and festivals, Josh is no stranger to Glastonbury, Lovebox, Summer Rites and the now defunct Offset festival. As well as private events/store openings for luxury fashion labesls such Calvin Klein jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, 7 For All Mankind & Jonathan Saunders. Added to the regular sets at Club Nasti in Madrid for local night Montana Sagrada and sets at both previous MTV Awards and Brit Awards after-parties, it's not hard to see why he helps lead the charge for true underground house in an increasingly mainstream and popular genre.
Josh has also turned his hand to production. His first track, with Batty Bass boss Hannah Holland, Play With The Maid, became an instant underground hit in New York, championed by The Carry Nation and receiving many plays at club nights such as Westgay, Monster at Bassment, Spektrum and even New York Pride. His debut EP Let Love Ruin was followed up by As I Look and collaborations with Robert Owens, Punks Jump Up are soon to follow.