Supported by SiriusXM, W&W, MATTN, R3spawn, Steven Vegas, ANG, Dirty Ducks and many more...
Hailing from the Channel Island of Guernsey, DJ and Producer Josh Le Tissier has rapidly established himself as a key figure in bringing the dance scene to the coastal cliffs and beautiful beaches of his hometown.
Le Tissier began his career at the age of 18 by DJing at birthday parties, weddings, and other local events; he later took his skills to the next level by spinning professionally in 2012.
Fast forward a few years and the fresh talent is now a resident DJ at ‘Fusion’ the biggest nightclub in his hometown where he not only regularly performs, but also helps organize events with legendary artists such as Mark Knight, Danny Howard, and Jaguar Skills, to name a few.
Behind the decks, Le Tissier’s sets are full of exclusive mashups, bootlegs, and his own singles. The upcoming talent refuses to limit himself to any genre, and has been known to regularly play hip-hop, RnB, drum & bass, and even rock while staying true to his roots of electronic dance music. He’s also not afraid to use the microphone, and is recognized for his dynamic interactions with the crowd. Le Tissier’s achievements include warming up for British DJ and BBC Radio 1 presenter MistaJam and also performing at PukkaUp events and other popular dance venues such as Cream and Tropical Wonderland.
More recently, Le Tissier has garnered attention for his own music productions. He currently produces Big Room and Progressive House but is often influenced by other genres. “I always try to tell a story in my music,” he says. His tracks have already garnered thousands of monthly plays on Spotify, and his bootlegs have received global recognition and support from artists such as W&W, Steven Vegas, R3spawn, ANG and Dirty Ducks. Le Tissier promises future collaborations with big vocalists and prominent artists in the EDM scene.
Be sure to keep an eye out for Josh Le Tissier as he continues to dominate the decks and make big moves in Guernsey while further solidifying his presence on an international stage.
Comments by Josh Le Tissier
@hydronofficial: The track is 132bpm and maybe W&W played it at a different bpm?
Thank you so much for supporting!
Zahar bringing that sick psy bassline once again 🙌🔥
Really sick mashups!