As we welcome another friendly face from the Buygore Records vault, Fresh Blood announces that it’s next release features a staggering collaboration with Jameston Thieves and Holly entitled “Sailing the Sea of Consequences”.
In a successful merge of musical styles, both Jameston Thieves and Holly deliver a powerful yet avant-garde collab that brings a new noise to the Fresh Blood sub-label.
“Sailing the Sea of Consequences” is a distinct song that stands apart from the rest. Beginning with a softer intro, the track takes a dive into an addictive vocal loop background beat that quickly leads into a high energy, trap-infused bass drop. Jameston Thieves and Holly both engraved this track with various elements of dubstep, trap, and outside influences making it one-of-a-kind and unparalleled in the current soundscape.
Genres do not exist in the mind of Jameston Thieves, the brainchild of 22-year-old Phoenix native, Jake Maloney. His impeccable sound design, passion for high energy music, and innate desire to experiment has landed him recognition from every corner of the industry. His tunes have received support from Diplo, Dillon Francis, Bassnectar, Tchami Jauz, Borgore, and Oliver Heldens to name a few. He has released music through Owsla, Dim Mak, Armada, Cherry Tree/Universal, Big Beat/Atlantic, Buygore, and more. He has also received radio support from industry giants such as: Martin Garrix, Hardwell, MAKJ, Steve Aoki, David Guetta, and Morgan Page. Throughout the past year, he has clutched some major festival bookings, released a huge collaboration with Ghastly, and has shown no signs of slowing down. With his stainless diversity and ability to stay ahead of the curve, there’s no telling where he may end up in the near future.
Holly is a 22 years old musician from Portugal. Despite of being on the music world for only 4 years, Holly has already toured Australia, Europe, Asia, South Africa and USA and as released in some of the biggest worldwide labels like Buygore, Fool’s Gold Records, Dim Mak Records, Circus Records and Monstercat. Holly has been gaining the support from names like Borgore, The Chainsmokers, Jauz, Baauer, Noisia, Bassnectar, UZ, Dyro, DJ Craze, DJ Shadow, Steve Aoki, David Guetta and Martin Garrix – and is considered by music platforms like DJ MAG and Run The Trap has one of the best artists to look up to in 2017. Holly has also won the first A-Trak beat battle Goldie Awards.