Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie


Sounds like

Tycho, Tourist, Bonobo, Jon Hopkins


Influences

Tourist, Jon Hopkins, Tycho, Hiatus Kayote, Ólafur Arnalds, ODESZA, Tom Misch, Madeon, Porter Robinson, Phoenix, Coldplay, Jordan Raeki


Website

www.soundbyjerome.com

Bio

Sydney based producer Jerome Blazé makes striking electronic music that is as immersive as it is danceable. Having released music for over 6 years, Blazé has previously ventured through territories that have drawn comparisons to artists such as Madeon and Porter Robinson (Pilerats, Stoney Roads).

After growing up in the picturesque Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Blazé moved to Sydney to study at the Conservatorium of Music. He found himself surrounded by musicians and mentors such as experimental pop artist Rainbow Chan and renowned producer Paul Mac. 


In 2018, the producer saw off his teenage years with his first full length six-track project, ‘Perspective’ - a declaration of detailed and kaleidoscopic electronica that purveys a vast sense of energy and positivity. 


This year Blazé is set to make an impact, kicking off the year with a captivating remix of fellow Sydney talent Odette’s single ‘Lights Out’, with other exciting projects to follow.

‘The palette of sounds he access is uniquely his’
Tommy Faith, Sound Doctrine

‘With abilities beyond his age, ‘Perspective’ is very unique to anything else out there at the moment.' Sam Armes, Stoney Roads

‘A comparison with international heavyweights Porter Robinson or Madeon is an easy one.’
Hayden Davies, Pilerats

‘It's that blend of electronic music that transports you somewhere, this one is to a place of peace.’
Declan Byrne, Triple J

Review

Review by Lucy Smith Lucy Smith

08 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

A melting pot of sounds that ebb and flow and grow. This captures moments in time and what montages are made of. (Also we love a wind instrument, gimme those clarinets!)

A melting pot of sounds that ebb and flow and grow. This captures moments in time and what montages are made of. (Also we love a wind instrument, gimme those clarinets!)

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

08 Aug 2019

Triple J
45

Listening to this on the train on a beautiful sunny morning with light filtering in through the windows and it’s hard to say whether it’s the son or his song that’s filling me with warmth but whichever it is, I’m in a special place.

Listening to this on the train on a beautiful sunny morning with light filtering in through the windows and it’s hard to say whether it’s the son or his song that’s filling me with warmth but whichever it is, I’m in a special place.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

07 Aug 2019

Triple J
45

No matter how shit and grim a day you've had, putting this track on at the end of it will make it all feel at least a little bit better.

No matter how shit and grim a day you've had, putting this track on at the end of it will make it all feel at least a little bit better.