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Spinning records, producing, singing, writing, Jadele takes care of everything herself and thrills us all by her enormous talent.

A notable member of the new generation of deep, tech house and techno stars, Jadele has recently cut through the underground scene with great vigour making her mark. With an electric brand of deep, melodic house, infused in broody, laced techno, Jadele’s sound has steadily emerged as both a DJs and fans favourite. Notable supporters include Pete Tong on BBC Radio One, Jamie Jones, Anja Schneider, Maxxi Soundsystem, dOP, Betoko, Hernan Cattaneo.

In the studio her work as a songwriter, vocalist and producer across multiple releases has caught the attention of major labels Exploited Records, Circle Music, Alola Records, but it doesn’t stop there…
Completing worldwide tours recently including shows at Berlin’s infamous Sisyphos and Goldengate, Jadele’s hypnotically infectious sound has also elevated her to the height of the current UK house scene, as well as raised her standing amongst international punters and promoters alike.

From long-haul tours in Colombia gracing the main line-up at BAUM voted best club in South America, and Eliptica Club Cali, to Shanghai, China at the very cool Lola Club, cities in India from Mumbai and Bangalore to Hyderabad and Goa, Jadele’s DJ diary has also seen her play at notorious BKI in Hamburg, entertain the techno honchos at world superclub WOMB in Japan and Circus in Osaka, light up Thailand beach clubs Cha Cha Moon and The W Hotel in Koh Samui, Bangkok’s uber clubs Glow, Bash and Ku De Ta. Alongside this she’s played in Paris, Ibiza, Dublin, Verona, Bahrain and become a firm favourite amongst crowds in London at the more intimate, edgy venues such as The Shelter and Trafik’s basement in Shoreditch, as well as the bigger super clubs Ministry of Sound, Egg London.

Holding down her own and playing out sets alongside a peppering of prime acts, including Andre Crom, Philip Bader, Kiki, Him Self Her, Edu Imbernon, Finnebassen, Dubfire, Tube & Berger, Yousef, Felix Da Housecat and Nick Warren to name a few.
Intent with a purpose to deliver deep, bass heavy sounds to a discerning crowd, whether on home or international soil, Jadele’s musical future looks bright with an ever growing tour diary, and current/future releases, as well as several remix and collaboration projects in the pipeline. Jadele’s name is one that is almost certain to be a more prominent figure on billings and set lists in the months to come….