Jamie Jones (DJ)

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Jamie Jones
BornCaernarfon, Wales[1]
GenresHouse, Deep House, Tech House
Occupation(s)Disc jockey, Music producer, Remixer
Years active2003–present
LabelsCrosstown Rebels, Genesis Entertainment, Get Digital Music, Hot Creations, Leftroom Records, Hottrax, Emerald City
Associated actsHot Natured

Jamie Jones is a Welsh[1] DJ, producer and two time DJ Awards winner. He is a member of the electronic music group Hot Natured and the head of the record label Hot Creations, as well as its sub-labels Emerald City and Hottrax. Jones was voted the top DJ of 2011 by the online dance music magazine Resident Advisor.[2] In 2012 he received mainstream success with Hot Natured's single Benediction, which reached number 31 in the UK Singles Chart.[3] Jones hosts his own Paradise party at Ibiza's DC10 nightclub.[4] In early 2016 Jones launched The House of Hot, an online shop clothing line, vinyls and artwork.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[5]
  • Don't You Remember The Future (2009)
  • Tracks From The Crypt: Lost Classics From The Vaults 2007-2012 (2012)
  • Different Sides Of The Sun (with Hot Natured) (2013)
Singles & EPs[5]
  • Amazon EP (2006)
  • Panic (2006)
  • The Capsule EP (2006)
  • Should Have Gone Home (2007)
  • Lady Judy (with Matthew Styles,Fuckpony) (2007)
  • Get Lost 02 - Vinyl Sampler (with Plasmik) (2007)
  • 911 (2008)
  • Summertime (2009)
  • Galactic Space Bar (2009)
  • Hot Natured 01 (with Hot Natured) (2008)
  • Jones & Mizrahi Edits (with Mizrahi) (2010)
  • Re-Rubs 03 (with Hot Natured) (2010)
  • Ruckus EP (2010)
  • Re-Rubs 02 (with Hot Natured) (2008)
  • Changes (2012)
  • Our Time In Liberty (with Art Department) (2012)
  • Moan & Groan (2013)
  • Siberian Express (2015)
  • This Way! EP' (2015)
  • Land of Giants (feat. Hero Twins) (2016)
  • Shoplifter (2016)
  • Cherry's Revenge (with Nathan Barato) (2016)
  • Kooky Music EP (2017)
DJ Mixes
  • RA.031 (2006)
  • Get Lost 02 (2007)
  • OHMcast 003 (2009)
  • Jamie Jones Vs. Seth Troxler(with Seth Troxler) (2010)
  • Fabric 59 (2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Jones, Victoria. "Why one of the most in-demand DJs in the world wants you to Google Caernarfon". Wales Online. Retrieved 29 October 2016.
  2. ^ "RA Poll: Top DJs of 2011". residentadvisor.net.
  3. ^ "Official Charts Company".
  4. ^ "RA: Jamie Jones".
  5. ^ a b "Jamie Jones Discography at Discogs".

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