Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Duke Dumont, Rufus, Hayden James


band members

Jamieson Kingston


Influences

Hayden James, RUFUS, Flume, M83, Bonobo


Website

www.jamo-music.com/

Bio

Many producers claim their sound to be an extension of their environment. Not many producers can claim that environment to be paradise. Growing up with the beach quite literally in his backyard, JAMO now uses his music to share this slice of paradise with anyone willing to listen. His infectious blend of sun-drenched dance music has seen him already support the likes of RUFUS, Pnau, DillonFrancis and Snakehips. Clocking over a million plays for his debut single S.O.S, his latest collaboration with YOUNGSOUL ‘Losing Touch’ is receiving similar praise and sees JAMO maturing as not just a collaborative musician, but also a live performer. Once an extremely talented amateur surfer, JAMO now applies this fearless and fun-loving nature to his live sets. Willing to push the envelope and take risks, he ruthlessly keeps audiences guessing and does so with an ever-present smile on his face. Sometimes it’s hard to tell what lies over the horizon for an artist like JAMO, but when your music is the perfect soundtrack for that journey - the future looks awfully bright.

Review

Losing Touch (feat. YOUNGSOUL)

JAMO

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

10 Sep 2018

Triple J
40

locked into this groove from start to finish.

locked into this groove from start to finish.

Review

Losing Touch (feat. YOUNGSOUL)

JAMO

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

07 Sep 2018

Triple J
40

Ideal for the turn up or reversing it with a dial down. That versatility makes JAMO an exciting new talent.

Ideal for the turn up or reversing it with a dial down. That versatility makes JAMO an exciting new talent.

Review

Review by KLP KLP

26 Mar 2018

Triple J
35

Vibe city! Love that bassline. I am kinda craving a little bit more bottom end on the bass... like a layered sub or something so it really bangs on a dancefloor!

Vibe city! Love that bassline. I am kinda craving a little bit more bottom end on the bass... like a layered sub or something so it really bangs on a dancefloor!