Emma Clair

About Me

Emma Clair has built her name on one major underpinning belief – “music should be fun”. In a world where dance music is filled with moody shots of DJs dressed in black, Emma is the total antithesis to this and isn’t this what we need more than ever!?

This isn’t to say Emma’s music isn’t serious, always focused on delivering quality original music with her own colourful flavour. Having traversed different genres over the years from Emma’s early days as a Hard House DJ then evolving into a leading presence within the electro swing scene, these musical evolutions truly embody the spirit of Emma Clair as a passionate music loving aficionado to bring her to where she is today.

Emma has released on some of the most reputable dance music labels across multiple genres including Dirty Volt Music, Electro Swing Thing, Freshly Squeezed Music, Prohibition and most recently Trax Recordings which saw her debut House release land inside the Beatport Top 30.

This was the perfect way to mark the beginning of a new era for Emma Clair, delivering a concoction of old skool sounds from jazz to swing fused with acid lines, euphoric synths and classic vocal cuts.

Emma’s combination of natural musicality, raw passion and experience has led to her being requested to play far and wide across the globe for some of the world’s most renowned brands and venues: Antwerp Mansion, Beatherder Festival, Beaverworks, Boomtown Festival, Eiger Studios, Frnaz Club (Berlin), Gatecrasher, Invisible Wind Factory, Joshua Brooks, L’usine (Geneva, Switzerland), Ministry of Sound, Operaen (Copenhagen, Denmark), Rough Trade, Sankeys, Soho (Ibiza, Spain) South, Stage & Radio, The Roxy (Prague, Czech Rep), Victoria Warehouse, VIVA (Ibiza, Spain) and West Indian Centre.

With her DJ sets best described as a melting pot of vintage inspired grooves married with infectious piano hooks, jackin’ grooves and sounds from her travels around the world. It is clear to see why Emma Clair is a name many are buzzing about.

A truly exciting new chapter in the Emma Clair story awaits…