Josefine Jinder is a 20-year-old Stockholm sweetheart who says she discovered synthesizers right around the same time she discovered boys. Some years ago, Jinder moved to the UK and received a diploma in sound technology from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (owned by Paul McCartney). It was there that Jinder started developing her sound, which is influenced by New Order, Kate Bush, IDM, disco, and the rich musical history and environment of her native Sweden.
Jinder came to international attention with her first EP, Polyhedron, on Trouble & Bass in August 2008, which was followed in October by a remix edition featuring epic reworks from Supra1 and Black Holes. Her most recent single, “Youth Blood,” debuted in March 2009 on the Trouble & Bass Scion A/V CD Vol. 25, and became an instant hit with the club vampires. It got the remix treatment twice over in December 2009, with low-end monsters from 12 Planet & Flinch and Squire of Gothos, plus house and techno rubs from huge Swedish names including Tony Senghore and Tomas Andersson. Jinder is currently working on debut album, and bringing her irresistible stage show to locations worldwide.