Close colleagues like Lee Burridge simply refer to his style as “Hoj house” rather than attempting to pin down its eclectic nuances. Although a longer road, staying the course of his artistic vision has paid off. In addition to landmark releases on Burridge’s All Day I Dream imprint, he now provides a platform for like-minded producers by way of their joint venture, Tale and Tone.
Hoj (pronounced with a long Ō) has developed an ability to captivate any crowd. The twists and turns of each sonic journey almost surprise him as much as those he entertains, resulting in moments that make up unforgettable memories. Given his track record, it’s surely no accident that his audience has only grown over the years.
As far as his own story is concerned, a promising future lies out on the horizon for Hoj. Deep house enthusiasts far and wide are excited to see how his tale will unfold.