International DJ and producer Krystal Roxx unveiled in September her vibrant single ‘Freak It (Make My Day)’, out via her own Superfoxx Records. A high-octane slice of progressive house, ‘Freak It (Make My Day)’ samples Technotronic’s ‘
The track’s lyrics also perfectly encapsulate the Superfoxx ethos, with ‘Freak It’ representing going out and ‘Work It’ representing working out. Superfoxx’s Ibiza shows all start with a workout to a DJ set of specific BPMs to compliment the physical movement, with research proving you’re 33% more effect if the music fits your movement.
Collaborating with sports store JD Sports, Superfoxx —Krystal Roxx’s immersive female DJ-club-night concept— came to the White Isle for the first time last summer, with a residency at the world-renowned Ibiza Rocks Hotel and bringing superstars such as Kelis, Anne Marie and Jamz Supernova along for the ride. More than the Ibiza Rocks Hotel, Krystal has also performed at the Ocean Beach Ibiza, supporting Fatboy Slim, Annie Mac, Basement Jaxx and Groove Armada amongst others.
One of the hardest working artists in the industry, the release of ‘Freak It (Make My Day)’ marked one of the busiest and most eventful summers yet for Krystal Roxx. Discover the multi-talented artist through our exclusive Interview, with a few questions about the release, discuss music, and find out about what is to come from her in the next couple of months!
Hey, such a pleasure to have you! So, could you introduce Krystal Roxx in a few words?
Krystal Roxx is a floor-filling party starter with bags of energy, like a rocket.
We’ve just picked your last gem ‘Freak It (Make My Day)’. Could you share an anecdote about it?
The anecdote is that we want people to feel like they are working out in a club and in a club when they are working out! A serious workout on the dancefloor. ‘Freak It’ means ‘going out’ and ‘Work It’ means ‘work out’.
You’re always experimenting new sounds. Is it important for you not to stick in just one genre?
Yes I like to be playful with my sets, never the same set twice, not in ten years! Of course it’s a dance music set, but electronic music is a wide spectrum of sounds and I like to use that to my advantage and be playful with it. It’s always house, but there will be some surprises along the way.
Now that you have unveiled ‘Freak It’ , what is in store now for Krystal Roxx fans? Maybe a Tour?
Yes, a tour is the idea alongside more live shows and more club bangers. We are also planning Ibiza 2020 as we speak. It might be Christmas but our heads are on the beach.
Finally, can you share five records that you can’t get enough of right now?
- KC Lights – SOL
- Solardo & Eli Brown – XTC
- CamelPhat, Jem Cooke – Rabbit Hole
- Dua Lipa – Don’t Start Now (Dom Dolla Remix)
- Karen Harding x Wh0 – I Don’t Need Love