| Jamie’s distinctive “trademark sound”, his own take on techno and house, is one that most people find hard to pigeonhole. And he wouldn’t want it any other way. |
With 15 years in the business, Jamie still maintains an uncompromising approach to production and his music career in general, a career in which he has achieved an amazing level of critical and commercial success. As one of Australia’s most talented and sought after music producers, he has proven his skill in professional sound design, music scores for film and contemporary dance music.
As the founding member of ‘Infusion’, Jamie has received two ARIA awards (the highest musical award given in Australia) and renowned website ‘Resident Advisor’ ranked their 2005 studio effort “Six Feet Above Yesterday” as the 32nd best electronic album of the decade. With this much-loved live outfit, he’s left his mark around the globe, headlining some of the biggest and most respected clubs including; Fabric- London, Pacha – Buenos Aires, Womb- Tokyo and festivals such as Glastonbury, Coachella, Roskilde and Creamfields in Moscow, Brazil, UK and Argentina.
Now, his own remixes for Booka Shade (Get Physical), John Digweed (Bedrock), D.Ramirez (Slave), Deepchild (Trapez) and Chris Fortier (Fade) amongst a host of others have earned praise from the biggest names in the industry including contemporary stalwarts Sasha, Laurent Garnier, Adam Beyer, Danny Howells and Thomas Schumacher. These finely tuned club remixes appear regularly on seminal radio shows BBC1’s ‘Essential Mix’ and John Digweed’s ‘Transitions’.
Always wanting to create those special moments in the peaks and the plateaus, Jamie’s DJ performances are laced with his own specially produced re-edits, tools and loops. These sets are best described as an hyper-energetic expression of his personality, always charged with all-important tension and atmosphere.