The multi-instrumentalist has pulled out all the stops in this stylish and masterful homage to electronic fluidity.
Prolific, ambitious & scintillating. Just a few of the adjectives you would use to describe an artist who has worked with some of the biggest in the business. With credits that span from Flux Pavilion to Lapsley, Jamie Draper has launched into the new year with his most pensive body of work to date.
‘Moments’ explodes with a rousing luminosity, sharing the textural saturation of M83’s Midnight City alongside the splashy ostentation of Bring Me The Horizon’s latest dark and mechanical offering “>amo. Draper’s rich use of synths is something of a hallmark, authenticating his work into a realm of its own conscious volition.
“This is absolutely a new chapter in a long story. I’ve been down many paths and this is the first time that I feel personally connected to the music I’ve written. Moments is the lead single because it is an impactful splash back onto the scene, a new scene for me as well. It is a moment for me because it’s the first fully written, sung and produced EP I’ve ever done”
With a multi-faceted approach that speaks more volumes than the resonance of his glittering discography, Draper now finds himself working under a new label with a revitalised attitude to composition. This sleek and modern new instalment is just the beginning of what is sure to be another exhilarating chapter in his already illustrious career; you can be sure that this won’t be his last light-bulb moment.