CJ Jeff

CJ Jeff




For nearly twenty years now, CJ Jeff has been an electronic music 

superstar who has been championed by some of the most respected house 

and techno labels around. Most recently, 8Bit, Objektivity, Kling 

Klong and Yoshitoshi have released an array of his dance floor gems. 

They always showcase the Greek artist’s idiosyncratic and carefully 

constructed sound which takes dancers deep into his rolling, 

percussive grooves. With more releases on the horizon on key labels, 

CJ Jeff is as fresh and revenant now as he has ever been.

Born and bred in Greece, and with influences ranging from Massive 

Attack and Pink Floyd to Danny Tenaglia, Jeff soon developed his 

trademark sound and has a suitably chic aesthetic to match. Having 

worked closely with fellow Greek producer Thodoris Triantafillou, 

Jeff’s output is never less than devastatingly effective when 

experienced in a club environment.

Early releases came on Souvenir and These Days, John Digweed’s 

seminal Bedrock and Supernova’s Lapsus Music, with high profile 

remixes for Booka Shade and the hit singles ‘Leave Me’ and ‘Guetto’—a 

collaboration with Sharam Key—both proving to be some of the biggest 

tunes of 2015. 2016 was similarly strong: ‘Not Only U’ produced with 

Triantafillou and released on Objektivity was a Beatport smash, ‘Keep 

Watching Me’ dropped on Glasgow Underground and there was also a nod 

to the past with a superb remix of Eddie Amador’s classic ‘6am’ on 

Yoshitoshi. 2017 kept Jeff in the spotlight with the super fresh 

‘Pure Happiness’ on elrow music and more on Nick Curly’s 8bit, Kling 

Klong including a remix by Gorge, and an EP on Yoshitoshi featuring 

an Audiojack remix.

Always evolving his style but remaining true to his roots, 2018 

started in fine fashion with ‘Tribe’, a big tune on Pirupa’s label 

that got heavy support from tastemakers like Nic Fanciulli, Oxia and 

Rafa Barios. Like all his releases to date, it climbed high in the 

online charts and got played far and wide. This year Jeff has also 

collaborated with the legendary Doc Martin on his own label 

Rhythmetic, with yet more EPs line-up for big labels in the rest of 

the year.

Very early on in his career, Jeff started a residency at Dybbuk, a 

weekly Thursday party which he still continues to this day, 13 years 

later, making it one of the longest running in the world. It’s a 

remarkable achievement for someone who is now an internationally 

recognised name who plays many of the world’s best clubs, including 

Spy Bar in Chicago, Watergate in Berlin, D. Edge, Beehive and 

Warung in Brazil and the mighty fabric in London, while he also 

recently debuted at Blue Marlin with Dennis Ferrer for his Misfits 

Society night. On top of this, his appearance at the 2004 Olympics 

Closing Ceremony in Athens remains one of the highlights of his DJ 


In addition to his continuous production and touring schedule, Jeff 

has also runs his own vital label, Rhythmetic Records. Launched in 

2005, it has gone on to release music from Nick Curly and No 

Artificial Colours and often finds its releases charting highly at 

Beatport and finding passionate support on the underground scene, 

with Carl Cox championing them heavily during his final season at 

Space, Ibiza. All this makes CJ Jeff a vital part of the global house 




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