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Channelling an array of pummeling beats, hyperactive and attimes aggressive soundscapes, and a thick bottom end,Jealous Much? makes music to grab its audience by thescruff of the neck before delivering an invigorating slapround the face. With tracks like ‘The Future’ and ‘What’sYour Name Girl?’ Jealous Much? creates a bold sonicpalette, with a brutally percussive yet funky edge thatpropels the music forward in ruthless fashion.As you’d expect from such a striking aural assault, JealousMuch? is inspired by a incessant urge to explore thepossibilities of dance music, and draws on the vastexperience and diverse influences of its creator. For when itcomes to electronic music, James Ash has seen it all.Whether it’s been introducing Australia to UK garage andbreaks music with his club nights in the late 1990s, orselling a million records with electro-pop outfit RogueTraders, or gaining international acclaim on the Chicagohouse scene, James Ash’s career has been asunpredictable as it has been successful.If Jealous Much? has emerged from a melting pot of stylisticinfluences, then its roots can be traced back to the early1990s, when James Ash started spinning dance tracks onradio stations such as KISS FM.For the next two decades, Ash embraced every possibility toexplore his love of dance music, regularly releasing albumsand tracks on influential dance labels around the world. Hecreated remixes for the likes of Groove Armada, Plan B andNew Order, and DJed regularly in clubs and on radio showsas one of the leading lights of the Australian DJ community.Meanwhile, his musical output explored every facet of theelectronic music scene, charting a course through Chicagohouse (as Union State) to drum n bass (as Elan), breaks,garage, 2-step, and dubstep, and arriving at the uniquespace within the Bass Music scene that Jealous Much? nowoccupies. Jealous Much? also owes a debt to the huge success ofAsh’s former outfit Rogue Traders. Bursting into mainstreamprominence with the ARIA Award-winning ‘One Of My Kind,’the Rogues’ second album ‘Here Come T he Drums’ thensold 4 times platinum and bagged armfuls of ARIA andAPRA nominations as monster hit ‘Voodoo Child’ scaledcharts all around the world. But as a reaction against thehuge mainstream exposure and scrutiny, Ash changed direction yet again. Driven as ever by an unquenchable urgeto explore the wide-ranging possibilities of electronic music,Ash set about creating a new sound and an alter ego,keeping the project undercover until the time was right tounveil Jealous Much?Jealous Much? entered the public consciousness with amassive dubstep remix of the Ivan Gough & Feenix Pawl hit‘In My Mind,’ before a debut performance with Skrillex andFlux Pavilion showcased the entrancing power of theJealous Much? live experience. A slew of hard hitting anduplifting tracks, remixes and mixtapes swiftly followed,putting Jealous Much? firmly at the top of the dance musictree. Inspired by a manifesto that seeks to subvert dancemusic and turn it on its head, deliberately taking the lessobvious path, Jealous Much? strides fearlessly into newsonic territory. The Jealous Much? story may yet containmore twists and turns of musical direction, fame and fortune,but it promises to be one hell of a ride...
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