Hazel Soze (pronounced “So Zay”) is a stunningly diverse female DJ set to change the male dominant industry of drum and bass. Her tracks are multi dimensional and colorfully layered with a hint of true underground spirit. Set to make her debut this year, this is one little lady you don’t want to take your eyes off.
Although Hazel has been in the drum and bass scene for the past few years, she only created her first drum and bass track with Semantics named “Troller” back in 2013 which gave Hazel her first real taste of the industry. From there, she went on to doing a bi-weekly residency at Origin FM, Bassport and events such as Glastonbury festival (main dance stage), Random Concept, Secret Garden Party, Shambala, Fabric London, Egg, Boomtown and prestigious nights at Shoreditch House and She Soho.
She has spent the best part of 2014 creating her debut album with Guy Katsav at Denmark Studios in London and with Potential Badboy (True Playaz) in Holborn. Her new single ‘Heatwave’ featuring Emmy J Mac- from ‘The Voice’ has had a lot of support from DJ Fresh, Foreign Beggars and Kim Wyatt to name a few. Her music video for ‘Heatwave’ is set to air on Sky Music Channels. She is also working with Fae Simon (signed Jazz singer) on more tracks. Her diversity stretches as far as writing with pop artist ‘Fraag Malas’ and they are flying her out to New York in October to produce some tracks. With a special live acoustic video of ‘Heatwave’ set to hit the airways at the end of October, and the next couple of tracks set to premiere over the coming months, 2014 moving forward into 2015 looks to be very positive for this rising female DJ.