Bobby Champs stormed in the scene with his debut Moonlight earlier this year, universally praised by publications like RA (4/5), Mixmag and DJ Mag. Follow up EP Drag Queen shows a development; a more mature but still raw sound explores Berlin’s midnight and London’s 3AM. Title track Drag Queen is quite unlike anything else, a weird track, an enigma, a four four kick provides some sanctity to the listener whilst scratching synth work and unusual textures bemuse and delight in equal measure. Latte brings us back to more familiar club territory, filtering works effortlessly behind the kicks, the synths reference piano house. Charlie is a menacing beast with swagger, beautifully produced arrays of clicks massage the cerebellum whilst the pounding drums kick you in the chest. MINT400 is again, unrelenting. Its textures ping delicately from the speakers to surround you.
Increasingly in demand as a DJ, Bobby Champs has shared the decks with the likes of Theo Parrish, Julio Bashmore, Loefah, MJ Cole, Drop The Lime, Mixhell, Eliphino, Ifan Daffydd and more.