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UK Based DJ/Producer.

Bookings: luke@greyareabookings.com

In April of 2012 the legendary dance music magazine Mixmag christened 20 year old Jini Cowan as someone to ‘Keep An Eye On’ and its not difficult to see why.

Also featured in Tillate Magazine as 'One to Watch' and accumulating no less than eight label signings in her first year as a producer, big things are expected from this hot new talent.

Based in Manchester but with demands from New York to Berlin to Croatia, Jini’s unique style can be heard all across the world.Described as one of the UK’s most up and coming talents she names Guy Gerber and Gui Boratto amongst some of her influences.

Jini began work on her debut EP in July 2011 and within a matter of weeks it was snapped up by Axis Trax and released in August to which she received support from Paul Van Dyk, Jason Herd, Serotonin Thieves, Nikki Flame and Brandon Block.

Since then, Jini has received more support from the likes of John Digweed, Jamie Jones, M.A.N.D.Y, Richie Hawtin, Jozif, Butch, Richy Ahmed & more in addition to radio airtime on Capital FM with her remixes of Gabriel and Dresden and Tough Love!

Jini is able to play a vast array of styles but has been gaining much recognition amongst many tech house and house lovers as of late, headlining some of the house scenes most prestigious venues including The Leeds Warehouse and Sound Control in Manchester.

Jini says that Music is something that is a HUGE part of her life and there is nothing that she enjoys more than being able to share her love for it with everyone else!

With the current flux of female artists popping up around the world at present, Jini Cowan is one name that’s going to be on everyone’s lips.

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Jini Cowan Manchester, Britain (UK)

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