Bass music luminary J.Sparrow has been a key figure in the UK’s electronic music scene since his 2007 debut, steadily building a discography that spans a who’s-who of forward-facing imprints such as Tectonic, Deep Medi, ZamZam Sounds, and his own label Navy Cut. When he’s not disrupting the dubstep scene with exploratory productions that test the limits of the genre, J.Sparrow DJs in clubs worldwide, threading inspired selections together with his own material in sets that have rattled crowds the world over. 

Sparrow rose to prominence with a series of releases in the late 00’s that drew the attention of Tectonic label-head Pinch. Making a stunning debut on the label in 2009 with the full-on sonic assault that is “The Chase”, the producer followed up in 2010 with his debut album Circadian. Receiving rave reviews from Resident Advisor (4.5/5) and Mixmag (4/5), it was described as “a dubstep album that doesn’t compromise.” The success of the record led to an invitation from Mala to release through his scene defining imprint Deep Medi. The two 12”’s that followed, “Afraid of Me” and “Hold & Pull”, confirmed Sparrow’s position as a commanding presence within the genre. 

Together with his solo releases, the producer has been invited to remix tracks from Skepta, Photek, Birdy, Mumdance, Submotion Orchestra, Distinct Motive, Fiend, T.A.R and XXXY. 

Also working as one half of production duo Author – an experimental take on his usual sound that inspired a live show and a global tour. Recording two albums with Tectonic & Navy Cut: Author and Forward Forever which featured artists Jehst, Rider Shafique, June Miller & Quark. 

Founded in 2016, his label Navy Cut - an imprint centred around sound system culture - has been behind 14 releases to date. They include his own productions as well as up and coming artists in the dubstep and dub techno scene; Distinct Motive, Pugilist, Fiend, Surreal and Leo James to name a few. 

In 2019, J.Sparrow released his second solo album, this time on Deep Medi. Titled #000000365 or Dark 365, the album is a carefully curated body of work, and a real melting pot of ideas showcasing the breadth and depth of Sparrow’s production skills. Featuring Silkie and Rider Shafique the album was voted “Album of the Month” by Mixmag, scoring 8/10. “This is all about J.Sparrow digging deep to remind us why he remains one of dubstep's finest technicians.” He was awarded a 9/10 again by Mixmag for his Navy Cut 12” release Dissonance, which featured a remix of Guns by Jonah Freed featuring Rider Shafique. “A-side ‘Dissonance is an absolute burner, melding together devastating bass weight with layer after layer of fine-tuned detailing, texture and design.” 

Splitting his time between the studio and the decks, J.Sparrow is consistently innovative and experimental, solidifying his reputation as an authoritative force in electronic music.