Madame Electrifie is the alter ego of breaks/electro DJ Little Jo.
Jo has amassed some 17 years on the decks, playing some of the UK’s leading venues, from grass roots gigs right through to iconic venues like Turnmills and Ministry of Sound. She has supported some of the biggest names in electronic music over the years across all spectrums of the dance music world including The Stanton Warriors, Jon Carter, Elite Force, A Skillz, Annie Nightingale, Rob Da Bank, Krafty Kuts, the Freestylers and a whole host of bands. A festival favourite thanks to her eclectic taste; summer sees her play sets across all kinds of festival stages at Glastonbury, Bestival, Truefest, Shindig, IOW, Nozstock & Shambala, alongside presenting her own stages at Boomtown and Beatherder as an extension to her long-standing club promotion Madame Electrifie’s Discotech.
Back when we were allowed to party, she toured in both Australia and France and was a resident for Adidas Rockstars. Alongside DJing she hosts a monthly show for Data Transmission Radio and is a regular contributor to BBC Music Introducing.
Fusing the best vintage beats with the best of the modern age; Madame Electrifie takes classic grooves and threads through everything from hip hop and funk, to house, disco, bass and breaks to create a raucous dancefloor-focused party. It’s a blend of that distinctive driving sound that’s a firm nod to her breaks and tech roots, spliced with plenty of funk, fun and a refusal to take life too seriously.
If that wasn’t enough to keep her busy, Madame Electrifie is also one half of Evil Twin with Mini Da Minx, and producer in electronica/trip hop trio Cassini Circles.
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BOX OF TRICKS
Now playing on Data Transmission Radio
Taking a walk through some of the more eclectic areas of the electronic music world, Madame Electrifie’s Box of tricks journeys through funk, soul, world music, disco, techno, breaks and more. Meandering through heavy basslines through to melodic electronica, with a nod to the dancefloor and a tinge of the after party in equal measure.