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The Tremulance


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I don’t want to write in the third person. I don’t have the self confidence to something like that. So I’ll give it to you straight, right from the source: My name is Jamison, but some of my friends like to call me The Tremulance. As The Tremulance, I like to make electronic songs; some are meant to make you dance, but some are meant to make you feel a little sleepy. I started making these songs my second year of college. I can still remember inviting Graeme down to my room (he lived two floors above me) to “listen to my new beats”. I remember him enjoying them, but I doubt they were all that good. That’s just how nice of a guy he was, and probably still is. In the last few years, I’ve started singing over the beats, in an attempt to convey some sort of gradiose, Bob Dylan-esque message about the probelms with our society. Well, not actually. Most of the time, the lyrics are about dancing, or girls. What can I say, I know my craft. That being said, there are more important things to me than just dancing and girls, and there are some songs on the new record that showcase that. Oh yes, the new record. It’s called “Polaroids”. It’s sort of collection of moments over the last couple of years, like a shoebox of old polaroids. There are songs about good nights spent dancing with friends, heartbreak, missing loved ones, missing the ocean, and the now infamous ‘Dance Trap’, which actually occurred. We’ll go for coffee sometime, and I’ll tell you all about it.


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