In recent years ALISHA has built a burgeoning reputation in the UK house music scene, originating from the humble UK city of Peterborough. A city which isn't commonly associated with house music talent but there is always an exception to the rule and the exception is ALISHA.
ALISHA has taken her time to craft her DJ skills to an impeccable level, while behind the scenes she locked herself away in the studio honing her production skills. ALISHA has been meticulous in her approach and this is reflected in the calibre of labels signing to Kaluki and Eastenderz with her hit EP titled Visions.
The inimitable talent has cultivated a reputation as a high-energy' shoulder shimmying' DJ. With a sound underpinned by sultry deep rumbling low-end basslines, driving grooves and stripped-back percussion.
This has culminated in a breakthrough 2022 for ALISHA with a heavyweight touring schedule throughout the summer playing at hallowed clubbing brands and institutions Amnesia for Jamie Jones’ Paradise, a Creamfields debut and a momentous b2b with underground purveyor East End Dubs at his Eastenderz party in London and a special show at Ibiza’s premier day party Ants, Ushuaia. If this wasn’t enough ALISHA has capped it off with a historic sold-out all-night-long set at Manchester’s Joshua Brooks. Plus shows with other major event brands including multiple Elrow plays around the world, BPM, Glastonbury, Parklife, and Warehouse Project to add to her ever-growing list.
Further fuel to ALISHA’s fire is the support from the elite tier of artists across house music Jamie Jones, East End Dubs, Archie Hamilton, Seb Zito and Toman. Along the way gaining the affections of BBC Radio 1 DJs Danny Howard, Pete Tong and Sarah Story including delivering a mini mix for dance music’s leading lady Annie Mac.
A far cry from ALISHA's humble beginnings in Peterborough, one thing is certain ALISHA is set to firmly stamp her presence on house music for years to come.