Josh Grey-Jung is an electronic musician and sound artist based in London.
Josh’s work has been exhibited and performed at venues including the Barbican, the Zabludowicz Collection, the Union Chapel and Kings Place. In 2012 Josh was awarded ‘Best Live Re-score’ by Open City Docs judge Harry Escott (A Might Heart, Shame) for his re-scoring of Yuri Ancarani’s ‘Il Capo’. As a sound designer and composer Josh's work has also featured in the London Short film Festival and gained coverage from platforms such as ID Magazine and Boiler Room 4:3.
Under the moniker of Chango, Josh has become known for his unique production and writing style, gaining plays on Radio 1, BBC6 Music, NTS and features in Dummy Mag along the way. He has performed at venues across the UK and Europe, and in 2015 headlined Meadows in the Mountains, voted top 10 European Music festivals by the Guardian that year.
Having independently produced and co-written three EP’s (Purple, EP1, EP2) for alternative Hip-Hop outfit Strangelove as well as an album (Through a Glass Darkly) with Nubya Imani B of the Hempolics / Nubyan Twist, Josh's forthcoming production projects include an EP with producer Alvarezz,an audio-visual EP with (oc)cult rapper Mowgli and a new EP with his group Strangelove.