Jamie Myerson

Jamie Myerson

The Listen Project


Jamie Myerson has foreseen a promising tomorrow and enlightens the universe with vast amounts of radiant light through which his music breathes. The Listen Project is a mirror of Myerson’s innovating mind. Projected are Myerson’s trademark melancholy strings that attach themselves to Unity Gain, a deep, poignant instrumental. You’re My Life embraces the ambient-jazz way of thinking while Afraid and its industrial work ethic set up the final crushing testament of Crucial. Carol Tripp is featured vocally on two productions, Everything Is Gonna Be Alright and Rescue Me. 4/4 rhythm, fat bass, dancefloor friendly… you get the idea. Set no boundaries and throw away that weight from your shoulders. http://www.ovum-rec.com

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