Bosq first gained notoriety as one half of the Whiskey Barons by churning out a continuous stream of edits and remixes. His unofficial mixes led to a slew of official remix work for heavy hitters like Ray Barretto, Orchestre Poly Rhythmo de Cotonou, Toure Kunda, Poolside, Nickodemus, and many more. Signing with Ubiquity records in 2013 brought Bosq and his own original productions center stage and his focus has remained on writing, playing & producing original music ever since.
Dance floors and critics have both responded well to the incredibly consistent output of music. Beatswapmeet commented, “ a beautiful mixture of afro beats, latin rhythms, soulful house, disco, with subtle dancehall and hip hop influences”. The acclaim has continued with Mixmag rating the lead single off his fourth album “Can’t Seem to Hide” a perfect 10/10 and granting it “Tune of the Month”. 2017 saw Bosq unite with “The Rapture” co-founder and drummer Vito Roccoforte to form “Body Music”, the duo producing gospel and jazz infused disco & house. In 2019 Bosq launched his label “Bacalao”, immediately dropping three of his own chart topping releases in the first year (“Backstrokin’”, “Rumbero” & “Wake Up”) followed by the acclaimed full length Bosq Y Su Descarga Internacional in October of 2020.
Bosq’s music has seen consistent play from the likes of Gilles Peterson & Craig Charles on the BBC, KCRW, RinseFM & other legendary radio stations, while Dj’s like Kerri Chandler, Poolside, Yuksek, Palms Trax, Soul Clap, & GUTS give his tunes constant rotation in clubs and at festivals. Tours have taken Bosq across North & South America, Europe, and Asia, to clubs and festivals like Rakastella (Miami), OYA (Oslo), Boomtown Fair (UK) and many more. He has shared stages with the likes of Joe Claussel, Bobbito, J Rocc & Tony Touch to name a few. His music has been featured in films and television such as The Catch, You’re The Worst, Broad City, and more.