Jamie has been making waves through the house/techno community for 20 years, shaking off the cyclic nature of genres and keeping his sound fresh for the time. Jamie’s humble nature, friendly attitude, skills behind the ones, and twos and his flawless production have made him a talent to watch and a serious player on the global scene.
Through two decades of countless offerings to the electronica world, two ARIA awards (with band members of Australian live act Infusion, responsible for hit releases such as "Girls Can Be Cruel", "Natural" and "Better World”), collaborations (including one with John Digweed and Nick Muir) and remixes of the world's most revered artists, Jamie’s most recent EP releases are a true indication that Mr Stevens has matured into a sophisticated artist with depth and consistency.
Stevens' hugely successful 2013 release on microCastle, "The Wonder of You”, is best described by the label: "This is a production that comes from heart.”
Jamie has been making waves through the house/techno community for 20 years, shaking off the cyclic nature of genres and keeping his sound fresh for the time
To really put the nature of this track into perspective, Guy J gives full respect to Jamie’s musical offering, describing the track as “one of the greatest musical pieces of all time”. Consistent quality sets in Melbourne’s legendary venues Tramp bar and Revolver have earned him sets at festivals such as Rainbow Serpent, Let Them Eat Cake and Rancho Relaxo. Jamie has also weaved his magic across Argentina, Japan, India, New Caledonia, Germany and Holland and clocked up 25,000 listens for Digweed’s transitions show in March 2019.
Recently, Jamie’s productions have appeared on Bedrock, All Day I Dream (as a collaborative effort with Joe Miller), Cid Inc’s Replug label, Einmusika, Lost & Found, Dave Seaman’s Selador label, Marc Poppcke's Crossfrontier Audio and remixes for Jeremy Olander, D-Nox, Jam & Spoon (with Uone) and Retza all of which garnered high acclaim. His sound continues to be supported by luminaries such as Sasha, Patrice Bäumel (who included a Stevens remix on his BBC Essential Mix), Guy J, John Digweed (where Stevens’ tracks continue to be aired on Digweed’s Transition shows), Joris Voorn, Jody Wisternoff, Hernan Cattaneo and Lee Burridge.
Here at LO-FI we feel that Jamie’s is at the peak of his career with killer productions, sets and mixes that go on repeat. With standout performances at ChiWowWah Town and LAST PLACE ON EARTH, LO-FI is honoured to add Jamie Stevens to the family.
This mix has Jamie taking his signature emotive and atmospheric sound, underpinning it with a nagging groove and boxing it in a sixty-minute journey traversing upfront electronica.