But the artist himself is a funky mystery. He has a way of putting together songs that just have an irresistibly infectious quality, that just keeps you coming back for another listen, to just leave it on repeat a while. In eight short years he has released nine times, either CDs, EPs, or a DVD. His tenure with Rykodisc generated a presence at AAA radio that will no doubt continue through his current venture on his Bedroom Classics imprint distributed by Nettwerk. He's not only big with his peers and the college stations, his appeal reaches far into the groove-hungry ears of all ages beyond. It's a retro and softer groove that he's pitching, so it's not a reach in any way for those who were already grown in the year of the cat.
And now he's moved to Spain. He's got a beautiful Spanish girlfriend (Paz, it means peace) who sings on his record, a place in Valencia near the beach...some guys. Subtitulo is the mellow, nylon-string side of the man, and the vocal sound is pure Josh this time around, but the groove index is still high. It's a summertime record made at Paco Loco's in Spain, with midnight suppers on the breezy veranda. Gimme a break. It rocks, we love it. continue to interview