American DJ/Writer/Multimedia Artist
J has a band called J Boogie's Dubtronic Science, which features himself and a few other frequent contributors. They play a mix of styles and feature Jazz Mafia on horns, Rene Flores on Afro Latin percussion, Aima the Dreamer and Rich Armstrong on vocals, and sometimes special guests such as Duece Eclipse or Lyrics Born. Although Dubtronic Science uses production techniques popularized in Dub music, the album does not fall under that genre.
San Francisco DJ/producer J-Boogie has been DJing since 1991. He started in college radio at KUSF. When DJing, he integrates various techniques and musical genres including dub, soul, hip–hop, reggae, funk, Latin, afro-beat, bhangra, dancehall, disco, electro and house.
J-Boogie has earned awards such as “SF’s Best Club DJ” by SF Weekly, "SF’s Best Radio & Club DJ" by citysearch.com and "Best Hip–Hop Radio Show" by SF Bay Guardian.
J-Boogie DJ's around the world at places like APT, Turntables on the Hudson, Deep Space NYC, 18th Street Lounge, Halo, Temple Bar, Afro Funke, Root Down, Firecracker, The Do Over and Deep LA. He has also been on tour with Widespread Panic, Bassnectar and Spearhead, and has opened for George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Mark Farina, Louie Vega, DJ Krush, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Breakestra, RJD2, PPP, and Nickodemus.
J-Boogie has also performed at the music festivals Bumbershoot, Bonnaroo, SXSW, WMC, Harmony Fest, Earthdance, High Sierra, Power...