Get ready for another amazing Space Discovery, welcoming today Josh Bond, also known as JOZUA.
This incredible artist, DJ, and producer from Leicestershire, UK, has already millions of streams on Spotify with more than 10 tracks released over the last 2 years.
We’ll dive into one of his releases of 2021 called “Diamond Eyes”, an EDM track featuring some angelic female vocals.
This song expresses the true character of the artist, with its bouncy basses and the groovy rhythms that accomplish melodic melodies, a mix that becomes pretty remarkable and get easily stuck in your mind.
The tune starts with an ethereal and mysterious intro: a long-distance piano gives the song a melancholic vibe, accompanied by the vocals that lead the intro in a perfectly balanced way. The vocals have a soft timbre and will keep minimal until the end of the song.
The tune starts getting groovy right after the intro when the drum kick joins the party along with a bouncy bass: here’s the moment where our heads start moving and the tune get extremely addictive.
We recommend you also have a listen to Jozua’s latest releases, these are all sick bangers.
Welcome to Space Jozua!!
Congratulations on your new release! Briefly present yourself to our Space Travellers!
Hey, my name is JOZUA, I’m a professional boogie provider, also known as a producer 🙂
What’s the story behind your latest release?
Diamond Eyes actually nearly was never released, it ended up getting canceled on the release roster about a week before its intended release date. After that, it sat on my hard drive for the best part of a year, before I brushed off the dust and decided that it was time for this track to get out there 🙂 The rest is history 🙂
What are your plans for the future?
To keep supplying these tunes straight to your ears! I’ve got so much in the works for this year and I’m so excited to share it all with you all!
If you had a time machine, in which era would you travel and which kind of music would you bring with you in the past?
It would definitely have to be back to the 90s for sure! All the music back then was so good, I’d say it was the golden age of dance music in my opinion! I’d love to show them how their music is still loved by so many today, and how they were pioneers for the music that would come after.