Phoenix native Jake Maloney, also known as Jameston Thieves, has impeccable sound design, a passion for high energy music, and an innate desire to experiment that has landed him recognition from every corner of the industry. He’s received support from some of the hottest producers, such as Diplo, Dillon Francis, Bassnectar, Tchami, Jauz, Borgore and Oliver Heldens. He’s released music through OWSLA, Dim Mak, Armada, Cherry Tree/Universal, Big Beat/Atlantic, Buygore, and more, as well as having received radio support from Martin Garrix, Hardwell, MAKJ, Steve Aoki, David Guetta and Morgan Page. Jameston Thieves has booked some major festivals and released a big collaboration with Ghastly, and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Now, the 22-year-old producer teams up with Portuguese musician Holly on a new track called “Sailing the Sea of Consequence,” which is now released on Buygore sub-label Fresh Blood. The two musicians deliver a powerful, yet avant-garde, collaboration that brings a new noise to the label.
The track is a distinct song that stands apart from the rest, beginning with a softer introduction and diving 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.
Holly has released songs on some of the biggest labels in the music industry, such as Buygore, Fool’s Gold Records, Dim Mak, Circus Records and Monstercat. Holly has gained support from Borgore, The Chainsmokers, Jauz, Baauer, Noisia, Bassnectar, UZ, Dyro, DJ Craze, DJ Shadow, Steve Aoki, David Guetta and Martin Garrix, and has won the first A-Trak Goldie Awards Beat Battle.