Over the last twelve months, JaySounds’ demeanour has developed just as much as his music. Still at home on the main stage, the Sydney born artist has evolved and adapted under the influence of an adolescence spent travelling. Inspired from extended stays in Los Angeles, Europe and South East Asia, Jay’s music has taken on a deeper, industrial tone, reminiscent of the warehouse parties that ignited the dance music revolution.
In stark contrast of dance music’s overnight sensations, JaySounds is a seasoned DJ as much as he is a producer. Cutting his teeth in the side rooms of Sydney clubs in the King Cross’ glory days, Jay now masters his craft across Australia’s biggest rooms, heading Pacha, The Met, HQ, Family and more.
As his production talent comes into bloom, Jay’s idols are rapidly become his peers, with the likes of Don Diablo, Steve Aoki, David Guetta, Tommy Trash, Thomas Gold, Dannic, Dyro, Timmy Trumpet, Sick Individuals, Mightyfools, Deniz Koyu and Firebeatz championing his releases. With releases on Dim Mak, Ultra, Sup Girl and Ministry Of Sound all under his belt all before reaching legal drinking age, it’s easy to see why Jay’s developed a ravenous fan base.
Knowing that there is still much growth ahead for him, Jay ferociously continues to develop his skill set, progressing as performer, artist and producer.
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