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Jamie Stevens from dual Australian ARIA winning band Infusion has an immense discography which not only covers his work under the Infusion name but also co-productions with other artists, some devastating bootlegs, a movie score or two and more recently his solo productions and remix work. Within the last year and a half, Jamie’s unique production talent has seen him land remix duties for Booka Shade (Get Physical), John Digweed (Bedrock), D.Ramirez (Slave), Deepchild (Beef) and Chris Fortier (Fade) amongst others whilst labels such as Darren Emerson’s “Underwater”, King Unique’s “Curfew” and Anthony Pappa’s “Red Light District” also tracked Stevens down to bring his sound to their fold. Praise for these solo remixes have come from the contemporary stalwarts of the electronic music scene such as Adam Beyer, Danny Howells, Thomas Schumacher and Laurent Garnier.

In 2008 Jamie co-founded a new record label for upfront and original music; the result was Dieb Audio. Jamie managed to get the label straight into the limelight with Keep Her Space (also remixed by Christian Smith & John Selway), a deceptive slow burning tune which ultimately ignites. The success saw it feature in all the highest ranks of the DJ hierarchy as well as appearing on John Digweed’s, Anthony Pappa’s, Carl Coxs and Dave Seaman’s mix compilations. The label has since released tracks from such artists as Dave DK, Tiger Stripes, Gregor Tresher, King Roc, Umek, DJ Yellow and Perc amongst a host of others.

Jamie’s story began nearly two decades ago; his natural affinity with exciting and emotive music was fuelled when he attended a Depeche Mode concert with fellow Infusion member Manny Sharrad. From that moment things would never be the same. As part of Infusion, Jamie has left his mark all around the globe, headlining some of the biggest and most respected clubs (Fabric- London, Pacha- Buenos Aires, Womb- Tokyo) and festivals (Glastonbury, Creamfields- Moscow, Brazil, UK and Argentina, Coachella, Roskilde).

Until now, his plate had always been too full to pursue a DJ career, but the gate has finally opened. Not only has he become a resident in the local scene of Melbourne but he has also been getting his share attention from beyond the Australian shores with DJ appearances in Japan and South America. Jamie, who is seen more often than not rocking down in the crowd, brings his acid house and progressive roots to his DJ sets, infusing them with a his own flavour of harmony, atmosphere and vibrant techno and tribal rhythms; music that grabs and holds on to the floor.

Coupling his passion for music from all corners, an energy on stage and behind the decks that is second to none, his own unique set of bootlegs, special re-edits and unreleased material for each gig, he proves that his value isn’t just behind the computer.