Moxie has forged a career that has taken her all over the world to some of the most renowned clubs including Fabric, De School, Concrete and the energy dome of Berghain’s Panorama Bar….
as well as India, Africa, Australia and other locations across the world, to DJ in recent years.
As a radio DJ who started out covering for Sinden’s Kiss FM show in 2010, Moxie has gone on to hold down The Residency and INDJ’s We Trust slots on BBC Radio 1 and continues to have one of the longest standing residencies on NTS. Her weekly show is a staple for the latest in house, disco, techno and beyond, peppered with her engaging and charismatic radio chat – hosting guests from some of dance music’s leading artistic forces including Jeff Mills, Midland, Four Tet, Honey Dijon and more. This lead to her being featured in Time Out’s article of London’s 10 best radio shows, and a main focus in Mixmag’s piece about the Rise of The Selector. She’s also provided online mixes for some of the best series around – with Truants, FACT, Solid Steel, and Triple J to name but a few.
Alongside her illustrious radio and DJ career, Moxie has established herself as a promoter and label founder with On Loop. Started in 2016, the party has rapidly gained momentum, welcoming artists such as Matthew Herbert, Or:La, Leon Vynehall and Joy Orbison, in venues across Europe and the UK – including Amsterdam, Lyon, Paris, and on-going residencies at London’s Pickle Factory, The Soup Kitchen in Manchester, and Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh, alongside finding a home at one of her life long favourite festivals, Glastonbury, and presenting stages at Oxford’s Common People & Festival no.6 in Wales.
The accompanying label is now moving onto its fourth compilation, having previously released music from Shanti Celeste, Lone, Nabihah Iqbal and Addison Groove. On Loop was championed as one of Mixmag’s Top 20 labels of 2017, and nominated for ‘Best Compilation’ at the DJ Mag awards.
When it comes to the more talkative aspect of Moxie’s career in music, NTS isn’t the only place that you’ll find her voice through your speakers. Working in collaboration with Resident Advisor, she has transferred her skills as a radio DJ to voiceover work, narrating their new series of video essays with features on Burial, Moodymann, and Larry Heard, as well as contributing to the RA Exchange Podcasts. Stepping out from behind the microphone, Moxie appears in RA’s Real Scenes: London film, talking about her experience growing up with London pirate radio, and how the city’s club culture informed her.
With a touring schedule ever growing at a rapid pace, Moxie continues to take her unique culmination of expertise to clubs and spaces around the globe – seamlessly fusing anything from classic Chicago house to obscure leftfield breaks, or glittering disco with energetic percussive rollers, entertaining and educating club goers wherever the journey takes her.