Dutch producer Jamez has a lot of aliases. Starting his career in the early nineties, with tracks pouring out the studio each day, it seemed impossible to release all that music under one name only. Apart from the by-no-means trifling matter of co-producing house record – 51 Days’ ‘Paper Moon’ – he’s also been at the birth of the Trancesetters, the splendidly-named Tata Box Inhibitors, P.I.M.P., Amfibian, Mindfunk and an ever-expanding list of inventively-spelt production credits. One of his solo projects is Tatoine. It’s next to his producer name Jamez, his second most important solo project name, the first being Loophole. With Tatoine, Jamez has an outlet for his more Deep House journeys. Expect strings and spheres, warm basses and dreamy beats, but always with that typical Jamez techno feel into every track. The first release was on Touché Records in 2000 with the track Music. It became a small club hit and was licensed to famous Fluid Recordings and is still being asked today for compilations and exclusive licenses. After Music came several releases and remixes, mostly on Repressure Recordings and Rough Cut Records.