After making her debut in 2020 on Perfect Havoc with ‘Higher’ and ‘I Can’t Get Enough’ which both have achieved 2 million streams and #3 on iTunes Dance Chart, come Alexis Knox’s third release ‘’Think About It ’featuring vocals from dance music regular Mila Falls. Alexis delivers yet again with the high energy piano house elements that made Higher and I Can’t Get Enough debut successes mixed with Mila’s incredibly catchy and luxurious vocals
One of London’s most fashionable and energetic DJs, Alexis Knox. Also an internationally acclaimed fashion stylist, the multi-talented Knox has taken her knowledge of the dancefloor.
For over a decade Alexis has worked alongside the biggest names in popular music, outside the recording studio, as an in-demand fashion stylist, revamping the looks and styling tour wardrobes for music’s most edgy personalities including Miley Cyrus, Little Mix, Charli XCX, Rita Ora, Bruno Mars and many more. After establishing herself as the go-to for cutting-edge fashion, she is now set to establish herself as an equally in-demand music producer and tune selector.
While female DJs and producers are now more fairly represented in the underground, there are still none crossing over to enjoy mainstream success with their dance music productions. Alexis Knox aims to redress the balance.
Alexis’s up-front DJ sets of party-starting house music are regularly heard across London at her residencies, Popcorn at Heaven, and at Harpies. Her diverse and open approach has seen Alexis travel the world from Tokyo to Rome veering from Fashion Week events and exclusive parties to underground raves. A colourful and exuberant DJ schedule can include being CharliXCX’s tour DJ, getting down and dirty with festival crowds at Milkshake and Mystery Land, to rocking the dancefloor at Club NYX in Amsterdam and even taking to the turntables for a Katy Perry party in an L.A penthouse.
Alexis remains in demand for her innate fashion sense and demand for her musical skills crosses both worlds, with brands from Google to ASOS and Lacoste to Converse asking her to play their launch parties or curate hotly anticipated playlists.