A Moment With… Jason Le Roux

Every Saturday night Hidden Culture’s Jason Le Roux has EDM heads glued to ZiFM as he dishes out system bending tunes.

Between running Hidden Culture, Zimbabwe’s leading event management company for  dance music event concepts since 2005 (creating events like Neverland Zimbabwe &  Sushi Sundays), hosting a weekly radio show which has thousands of loyal followers  from across the world tuning in, studio sessions, weekly podcasts and an intense  booking schedule it’s no wonder why Jason Le Roux has become Zimbabwe’s  Electronic Music poster boy!

He has also performed in many electronic fusion bands and is a musician/producer in his own right.

By the way, did we mention he hates liquorice?

Jason Le Roux

Jason Le Roux

He took a quick moment out of his busy schedule to chat to 3-mob.com.


What is your government name?
Jason, Carl, Le Roux

What do you like to call yourself?
Jason (Some days I call myself an idiot)

What is the most ridiculous nickname you have ever had?
Fluffy (Don’t ask)

Which side of the bed do you sleep on?
Right (or if I’m alone ALL OF IT)

Are you left-handed or right-handed?

What is your favourite instrument?
Piano, I’ve played it since age 5.

What is the first song you fell in love with?
Too long ago to remember.

Best concert you have ever been to?
SHM – Their “One Last Tour” had the most insane technical stage anyone had ever seen in South Africa.

Of the songs you have produced which one is your favourite?
Many which are still yet unreleased…

How do you deal with groupies?
I don’t like the term “Groupies”, I prefer “Followers” and I love each & every one of them.

How excited were you when the first groupie hollered at you?
Ridiculously so…

Where is Zimbabwean music going?
Anywhere it puts it’s mind to. A little more professionalism and we’re golden!

Where is your career going?
Time will tell. For now I’m happy with the progress.

What do you want to be remembered for?
I think many people will argue with this answer as I do a lot of things but ultimately I’d like to be remembered as a unifier.