In recent years ALISHA has built a burgeoning reputation in the UK house music scene, originating from Peterborough—a city not commonly associated with house music talent, ALISHA bucks the trend.
ALISHA is meticulous in her approach and this is reflected in the calibre of labels she is signed to which include Kaluki, Eastenderz with her hit EP ‘Visions’ and arguably her biggest release to date titled ‘Changes’ on premier tech house imprint Hot Creations, receiving support from across the industry and on heavy rotation at BBC Radio 1.
ALISHA’s sound is underpinned by sultry deep rumbling low-end basslines, driving grooves and stripped-back percussion. This has seen her playing for Jamie Jones’ Paradise at Amnesia countless times in the past few years, debuts for MusicOn, Creamfields and a momentous b2b with underground purveyor East End Dubs at his Eastenderz party.
If this wasn’t enough ALISHA has played for Paradise at the mammoth Drumsheds, ANTS Ushuaïa, Elrow shows worldwide, Glastonbury and Warehouse Project with the list ever-growing.
Further fuel to ALISHA’s fire is the support from the elite tier of artists across house music Jamie Jones, East End Dubs, Seb Zito, Toman & More. Along the way gaining the affection of BBC Radio 1 DJs Danny Howard, Pete Tong and Sarah Story including delivering a mini mix for dance music legend Annie Mac.
A far cry from ALISHA's humble Peterborough beginnings, one thing is certain ALISHA is set to firmly stamp her presence on house music for years to come.