Jamie Stevens



The heart and soul of Jamie Stevens’ extensive body of work is his desire to deliver an individual experience, as he takes us on an excursion into the human psyche with each masterpiece. There are only a small number of composers within the electronic music realm that diligently share the same consistency, quality and humble nature of Jamie. This is Jamie’s key attribute that will continue to be the center-point of his growth as he confidently remains a major contributor, and role model, to the house and techno community on a global scale.


Through two decades of countless offerings to the electronica world, two ARIA awards (with band members of Australian live act Infusion, whom are responsible for hit releases such as “Girls Can Be Cruel”, “Natural” and “Better World”), collaborations and remixes with the world’s most revered artists, performing on the grandest of all stages (Womb [Tokyo], Fabric [London] and other venues in places as far-flung as New York, Singapore, Moscow, Copenhagen and Taipei), 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.” 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”.


His follow up release on microCastle (“The Healing” EP released in 2015) has enjoyed global success and support from a diverse range of artists such as Lee Burridge, Joris Voorn, Hernan Cattaneo and Sasha. Charted at #2 in Beatport’s Electronica chart and #7 in the overall Top 100, the EP, which includes Guy J’s remix of “My Tears Don’t Help Me”, is stunningly well- rounded and lends you the full listening experience. These releases are some of Stevens’ best work to date and his DJ performances of recent times have shared the same notoriety.


Recent releases and projects include remixes for Guy J’s “Lost & Found” label, Marc Poppcke’s “Crossfrontier Audio”, an original track on Dale Middleton’s “Tarnished Tracks”, his trademark drive and atmosphere finding favour yet again with DJs such as Sasha, Guy J, Kruse & Nuernberg and D- Nox. Stevens is also a key contributor to Chameleon Recording’s new “Mentor Initiative”, which is helping shape the local Australian artist talent, truly assisting in developing the countries house and techno young promising producers and composers. A new EP to be released on Crossfrontier Audio plus a remix for Jeremy Olander are just a couple of things to look forward to.