- 1. 01 - KiloWatts - The Beckoning 2.49 6581 plays
- 2. 02 - KiloWatts - Night Writer 7.18 5811 plays
- 3. 03 - KiloWatts - Hammerstrings 5.04 4487 plays
- 4. 04 - KiloWatts - Meanwhile At The Cerebellum Hotel 4.00 4121 plays
- 5. 05 - KiloWatts - Mobius Cakes 5.06 4206 plays
- 6. KiloWatts - End Of The Year 6.31 4399 plays
- 7. 07 - KiloWatts - Windsong 9.45 4248 plays
- 8. KiloWatts - Vector Eyes 7.00 6159 plays
- 9. 09 - KiloWatts - The World In A Nutshell 15.11 4635 plays
- 10. 10 - KiloWatts - The Other Side Of The Earth 4.20 3495 plays
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Jamie Watts grew up in Texas playing piano relentlessly. As the son of a computer engineer, he spent his off-time punching in BASIC code for games like "Oregon Trail". He didn't realize technology and music could be combined until late nights listening to Dallas-based radio show "The Grey Zone". It was there that he found the sounds of The Orb, FSOL, Soul Oddity, Propellerheads, Coldcut, and The Chemical Brothers. Two turntables and a DOS-tracker later, he was translating his inspirations into his own compositions.
In the early 00's, he found his new home in Philadelphia, where he now resides, firmly rooted for nearly a decade. Working at a blistering pace, he navigated the rapidly changing music industry in order to share his music with the world. The digital revolution brought the ability to collaborate with anyone at any time. Within online communities of music producers, he cut his teeth on projects such as the time-sensitive "One Minute Massacre" compilations. During this time he met Peter Vanek in Belgium and embarked on their electro-acoustic project "KiloWatts & Vanek", which showed just how much could be done without even being in the same studio.
As the dawn of interconnectivity grew, he engaged in a flurry of collaborative projects. Skeetaz, with breakbeat cohort Bil Bless brings hard-hitting digital glitched-out psychedelic funk. With Tanner Ross, an eerie style of dark techno was born under the name Voodeux for Dirtybird’s techno sublabel Mothership. Fellow Philadelphian MC Amagine delivers consciousness-driven motifs in their digital glitch-hop project called Super Galactic Expansive. His project titled Invisible Allies is a collaboration with Bluetech, exploring futuristic spacefunk, textural ambient, odd time signatures, complex harmonic developments, detailed digitalia and a sublime sense of the exotic.
His 2012 solo album ‘Acceptitude’ is described by To Eleven as “symphonic… with the sonic development and richness—the experimentalism even—of the classical composers.” KiloWatts has worked with some truly great minds, including Bluetech, Bil Bless, Tanner Ross, Peter Van Ewijk, and labels Native State Records, Mothership, Dependent, Harmonious Discord, and Thoughtless Music. 2011 included releases on the Canadian Thoughtless Music label, and Austin-based Harmonious Discord. Since his beginnings, he has toured extensively, headlining gigs at festivals like Decibel Festival in Seattle, Lab30 in Germany, MUTEK in Canada, and Strawberry Fields in Australia.
In the wake of a singular bolt of lightning from beyond, KiloWatts has released his accumulated energy that has electrified ears and souls for over a decade. Utilizing an eco-friendly rechargeable solution, his chosen power-up stations reside in the minds of his listeners around the globe. It remains a revelation for electronic music to express the full depth of soul within the confines of the digital format, yet KiloWatts achieves this effortlessly. The music beckons the expression of divinity, with reverence, inside his careful and precise compositions. There, inside each song, lies a pristine seed that germinates and grows into veritable jungles of sound with hidden mathematical complexity. Shocking, to say the least. Whether experienced in headphones or on turbo sound systems, the music of KiloWatts is powerful and persistent. Close your eyes, open the theater of your mind, and watch the story unfold.