Preserving the heart and integrity of soulful electronic dance music, J.A.M.O.N. is to house what verse is to chapter. An undeniable imprint in Austin’s history, the veteran musician is skilled in bass guitar, drums, vocals and production, and his passion to create shines in everything he touches. His charismatic voice can be heard in tracks produced by fellow legends Inland Knights, Kenny Dope, DJ Sneak, Demarkus Lewis, KiNK and Jake Childs, and his eclectic DJ sets span all the way back to 1989. From hip hop, gospel and new wave, to deep, techy and jackin’ house, J.A.M.O.N.’s experience is artfully diverse and his technique infallible.
Heavily inspired by Derrick Carter’s “The Many Shades of Cajual,” J.A.M.O.N. transitioned to house music in the late 90’s after spinning and producing hip hop with Disgruntled Seeds. Following a line of successful invites to play house parties, he was soon discovered by Lance Cashion of Slow Motion Music, and quickly began his ascent as a downtown staple. Any Texas househead will attest that J.A.M.O.N.’s two-year BLAKK residency at Austin’s famed underground bar Plush is a quintessential memory from mid-2000. Fast forward to now, and he’s still cranking beats while the city sleeps. With monthly residencies at sister clubs Kingdom and Lanai, J.A.M.O.N.’s unwavering dedication to all things house continues to rattle speakers and move crowds, while his collaborations top charts worldwide.
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