Rising London DJ / producer Krystal Roxx teams up with fellow London producers DJ S.K.T and Happy Cat Jay for a breezy, rolling 90s inspired house cut ‘I Don’t Need A Drug’ out through Ultra Music this October. 

Having recently supported Carl Cox and a live set at Boardmasters 2021, Krystal Roxx’s DJ career has also seen her perform worldwide for major recording artists, record labels, renowned club nights and festivals, while she has supported the likes of Fatboy Slim, Anne Marie, Basement Jaxx, Groove Armada and Karen Harding.

Krystal says: “I love indie-dance and sober raving so when I heard JP’s vocal I melted!  I played S.K.T out a lot in my sets so it was a dream to fuse his sonic sounds to make this electronic riot record!”

Roxx’s clubbing brand Superfoxx has been firing on all cylinders since it’s inception in 2016.   The exclusively female-led brand strives to support conscious clubbing with the Superfoxx residency at Ibiza Rocks Hotel alongside Craig David’s TS5, Jax Jones’ Snacks and MK’s Area 51.  Krystal curated Radio1 DJs and emerging talent with Olympic athletes, fitness influencers and even a Spice Girl, merging music and sport with partners JD Sports.  

Hosting their weekly podcast on the JDX Platform, interviewing recording Artists and Sport Personalities to 300k weekly listeners; alongside a live Friday night show on Soho Radio. Support from BBC Radio 1, Kiss FM UK and over 4 million combined streams see’s Roxx has firmly established herself as an advocate for women in music and one to watch.

What’s your story as an artist? 

I started in theatre and dance, developed as a song writer and vocalist and then DJ producer, the journey has been a constant development of how I express my self in the world through music and how I can use that expression to empower and bring love and light to others

What inspired this single?

The indie rock mantra really spoke to me I wanted to put that into a electronic style that would thump hard on a dance floor

What are some sources of inspiration for your storytelling?

Everywhere I look I am inspired, nature and time spent on the sea brings me back to what’s honestly going on within myself and the world around me.  I care a lot about injustice and the power of coming together as a global family to have fun and help each other.  So there’s no shortage of inspiration!

Any funny anecdotes from the time you were recording or writing the album?

Being in the studio with JP is always funny, even when we’re hitting raw lyrical content we end up bringing back to some dry sense of humour!

Tell us about this collaboration what inspired it

I wanted to create a record to bring indie and electronic dance music together and get people thinking they like me might not need a drug either!

What’s a record that shaped your creativity?

There are MANY but a record that comes up time and time again for me is Rope – Foo Fighters (Deadmau5 Remix) for me it’s the perfect marriage between Rock & Roll and electronic 

What do you usually do to relax and decompress?

Mediate daily to Miracle Tones, My Go With The Flowga practice, run amongst trees, swim, chat and laugh with close mates, go to gigs, listen to music, theatre, see my family 

Any future projects?

More music, more sober parties, more spacers activism

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What does music mean to you?

It is the most meaningful honest way I can express my experiences of this world, it is my life.

How would you describe your sound to someone who has never heard you?

Electronic rock and roll at studio 54!