'Jim Warboy remains one of alternative clubland’s greatest forces who is constantly ahead of the curve’. - DJ Mag, 2010
Warboy is firmly established as a leading figure in London’s new club scene having been closely involved in some of the city’s most definitive nights over the past eight years, including fashion weekly Caligula, (regarded by MTV as ‘London’s answer to Studio 54’); All You Can Eat; and Kash Point.
His current club night SOS is heavily influenced by new and old house music and combines a main room catwalk, Vogueing dancers, sleazy backroom and various installations. It has been seen as 'the sleazy side of Berlin meets the lost underground of NYC to wild side of London'.
Warboy’s DJ sets are eclectic and draw on anything from tribal beats to tech house, dark acid. They have a strong percussive and vocal content sat on deep basslines.
He has played in many countries across the world and at many of London’s musically progressive nights, including Trailer Trash, Bastard Batty Bass, Wet Yourself, Always Fridays, All You Can Eat, Anti-Social.
As well as playing internationally, he has played in many of London’s established clubs including Ministry of Sound, Fabric, 333, Heaven, and Egg.
In fashion circles, he has produced music and soundtracks for fashion shows including Britain’s Next Top Model, Ziad Ghanem, Machine-A, Rui Leonardes, and a number of shows at Vauxhall Fashion Scout.
His latest single ‘I Am’, featuring performer and Vogue cover star Andre J, is available on Batty Bass Records.