Born in Phoenix, Arizona and raised in Florida, Phoenix Jagger began dabbling around the Central Florida music scene in early 2010, starting off with heavier drum and bass, later fusing elements of electro and big room, and then moving to techno and tech house, he brings a unique sound to the local
dance music scene.
As to how he got his start, Jagger says: “The dance floor made me do it.”
Influenced by the hypnotizing sounds of legendary conductors Maceo Plex and Solomon, Dirtybird’s head honcho Claude VonStroke and electronic music prodigy Deadmau5, Destructo, and others, Jagger’s music takes you on a melodic journey through house, techno, tech house, deep house and beyond. “I like to think of my style as going through the chapters of a very interesting book, adapting to my crowd with a
non-stop energic, feel-good vibe,” he says.
From intimate basement venues, warehouses and 50-person after-hours parties, to some of the top dance clubs in Central and South Florida, Jagger has played support for artists including Chris Lake, Dead Space, Fisher, Lee Foss, Nicole Moudaber, Rufus Du Sol, and Skream. He’s also toured on
Destructo’s Renegade Tour, held residencies at Celine Orlando, Elixir, and Roxy Nightclub, and earned a DJ slot at Sunset Music Festival in Tampa.
His latest release “After Hours” featuring Kyle Womack can be found on House Keepers Records first release, Late Checkout, which features a compilation EP made up of seven tracks from the label’s artists.
As for what’s next, Jagger has been invited to play Asteria Arts & Music Festival and has a forthcoming
release on House Keepers, slated for April 2019.