To celebrate International Women’s Day we’re shining a light on the inspiring females who have helped shape the underground electronic music scene.


Jossy Mitsu is one of our artist focuses, an incredibly multifaceted DJ renowned for delving through the BPM’s of everything from UKG, Jungle, Techno, and anything in between.

Part of the all-female collective previously known as 6 figure, although now there are 5 in the gang. Jossy has stamped her imprint on the underground music scene with some colossal moments, selling out Electric Brixton’s alongside 6 Figure Gang, DJ Storm, and Sicaria Sound. Keep Hush hosted Jossy b2b DJ Flight ft MC Chickaboo which was one for the ages, a cold and complimentary Jungle set featuring three greats.

Jossy’s annual UKG valentine mix is one for the calendar, the tradition has been running for 7 years and shows her UKGold encrusted heart with every mix. We recommend everyone to delve back through her SoundCloud to enjoy these cherished blends.

Last year Jossy launched her first production ‘Whirl’, premiered by DJ Mag, and swiftly followed this with a raucous 2012 style remix of ‘Elka’s – Breathe’. She’s continued this prolific vein of form with a production alter ego ‘CELIIINE’, keep your eyes on Jossy as she’s just getting started.

Sicaria Sound

Sicaria Sound are our second focus, the female collective consisting of Ndeko and Imbratura. The 140 big shellers have been on an incredible rise the past few years injecting some much needed female energy and influence into an often male saturated scene.

We’ve seen them performing around the world, including being selected as part of RA’s top 5 performances from Glastonbury, holding Rinse FM radio residency, crushing various boiler room sets, selling out Electric Brixton alongside 6 figure gang and DJ storm and launching their own label Cutcross Recordings!

It’s safe to say they’ve been busy but we’re approaching the end of the road, with the ladies citing health and well-being factors as their priority.

  The ending is bittersweet as they have recently launched their debut EP ‘Binate’ featuring 4 killer tracks infused by their African and Arab backgrounds. We hope this exciting crescendo isn’t the end but merely a break until normality returns. We’re manifesting Sicaria Sound taking over a heavyweight festival sound system some time in the future.