A quick look through the shelves of J&AG's studio reveals a 15 year obsession with electronic music; from King Street, Locked On, Force Inc and Roule to Robsoul, Kompakt, 20:20 and City Rockers - it's a nostalgic documentation of their transition from bedroom DJ's to two of the scene's most dedicated players. Their Moda Black record label has become one of the most acclaimed imprints to emerge in recent years, gaining worldwide notoriety for releasing high quality, forward-thinking electronic music. With a strong focus on emerging artists and alternative sounds, the label's back-catalogue spans from futurist talents such as Theo Kottis, Walker & Royce and Zeké Africa, though to globally established powerhouses like Danny Daze, Michael Mayer and Groove Armada. As producers J&AG have developed a diverse fan base, releasing on labels such as Moda Black, Pets and Get Physical. Their penchant for sampling and sample manipulation means productions are filled with hazy layers and warped textures and unusual artefacts - a style that has gained them popularity with artists such as Scuba, Adam Bayer, Pete Tong and many more. J&AG’s obsessive approach to finding new music has also lead to numerous radio appearances, from their much loved Essential Mix in May 2013 to taking-over Pete Tong's BBC Radio 1 show. 2015 marked the launch of J&AG’s most ambitious project to date; a 5000 person immersive festival experience called Lost Village. Set in an abandoned woodland village, and featuring the likes of DJ Koze, Jackmaster and John Talabot, the event was a huge success, attracting a sell-out crowd and receiving rave reviews in the process. Now considered to be the UK’s most exciting new festival, due to it’s carefully programmed line-up and boundary-pushing concept, Lost Village is set for a huge 2016, as J&AG continue to embrace their relentless passion for music in every way possible.