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Singer, songwriter and newly self-taught producer Jamie Woon (it's his real name) made his name by playing live. From endless spots in front of the microphone with just his guitar, an effects box and that unmistakable voice to supporting Amy Winehouse. He has also played in a full band with dubstep DJ and producer Reso on drums, curated tents at early editions of The Secret Garden, played Glastonbury, and also taken stage at Sonar.
The shows have gained him big name fans including Mary Anne Hobbs and Gilles Peterson, who also fell for the select releases that Woon has set free: his 2006 recording of the traditional standard 'Wayfaring Stranger' came with a lauded Burial remix and in 2009 he released 'Solidify' with electronics girl Subeena on Planet Mu, quickly followed by the twisted G-Funk of 'I'm Going Wit You' featuring Debruit and LA's Sa-Ra producer Om'Mas Keith. And hotly-tipped dubstep producer Ramadanman gave Woon ultimate props when he sampled his voice on an early release, ‘The Woon’.
I likeJamie Woon
people who find different ways of doing the blues. It's at the root of all popular music.