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JARRYD JAMES | the AU review
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JARRYD JAMES

Seven Things We Learned at the Beats Sound Symposium

In recent months Apple has aggressively expanded its digital entertainment platforms, spearheaded by the streaming service Apple Music and the 24 hour radio station Beats 1. Beats 1 is headed up by Zane Lowe, who positioned himself as a premier tastemaker during a 12-year stint at BBC Radio 1. He was joined by an eclectic panel at Studios 301 in Sydney for the first Beats Sound Symposium to take place in Australia, to discuss music production, the evolution of music distribution, and the changes that are ahead for the industry at large. Moderated by Beats by Dre President Luke Wood, the panel included musician Jarryd James, Eleven label president John Watson, producer Anna Lunoe, and CEO of ARIA Dan Rosen.

Single of the Day: Jarryd James feat. Julia Stone "Regardless" (2015)

The beautiful falsetto of Jarryd James is back in his new single "Regardless", this time in a perfect pairing with Julia Stone. This song is led by a killer bass riff, and grows the further into the song you get; with hints of soul, electronica and folk its hard to pinpoint the genre of this track. Listen to “Regardless” here:

'Splendour in the Grass TV' to broadcast sets by Blur, Royal Blood, Peking Duk & more this weekend!

Not heading to Splendour this weekend? Miss tickets? Maybe work commitments are keeping you from getting muddy out in Byron this year? Or maybe you prefer to head to the slew of sideshows hitting the east coast over the next two weeks? Either way, if you still crave the musical moments from the festival no doubt someone you know will be talking about for the next few weeks, Splendour and Telstra have you covered with 'Splendour in the Grass TV'!

Single of the Day: Jarryd James “Give Me Something” (2015)

After a ridiculously successful debut single, “Do You Remember”, which got over 5 million cumulative streams and peaked at #1 on the Australian iTunes chart, Jarryd James has followed up the release with “Give Me Something”, a track which blends James’ beautiful harmonies with huge percussion and driving organ and Wurlitzer keyboards. It’s produced by Joel Little, the genius behind Lorde and Broods work so far. Listen to it here:

Live Review: Angus & Julia Stone - Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne (27.02.15)

Well sweet Jesus, Margaret Court Arena. You make for one fine live music venue, don’t you! When I first heard that MCA was expanding her purpose beyond tennis and hosting an array of concerts and gigs, I had difficulty picturing this concept but only because the last time I was here was well before her renovation, which was debuted at this year’s Australian Open.

Angus and Julia Stone announce summer 2015 dates, supported by Cloud Control, Little May & Jarryd James!

Angus and Julia Stone have announced a huge run of tour dates for February, which will see the Sydney sibling duo head around the country with their amazing self-titled third album! Supported by Cloud Control, Little May and Jarryd James, the Stones' upcoming Australian run of shows follows what was a hugely successful sold out tour of the country only months ago.

Live Review: Broods + Jarryd James + East - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney (01.08.14)

It’s halfway through Broods’ set when the opening notes of “Bridges” cascade over the audience. Immediately, 200 iPhones shoot up, a sea of bobbing lights in the bluish dark of the Oxford Art Factory. The bass thuds and synths swirl, and when Georgia Nott’s vocals start to climb and the chorus hits – a skittish house mix with a core of sugar pop – the room explodes in a mess of strobes and jumping bodies.