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Jayce bio

Jayce (Janet) stumbled into a club called Fever in Baltimore, MD in 1993. She was properly introduced to electronic music by the likes of Scott Henry, Donnie Berlin, Ivan G, The Hardkiss Brothers, Roni Size, LTJ Bookem, DieselBoy, Infinity, Rabbit in the Moon and countless more incredible DJs and electronic producers. She fell in love, immediately bought turntables and started filling crates with vinyl. She spun records as DJ Inter Planet Janet in the Baltimore/DC area through highschool and college. In high school, she started creating electronic music of her own under the name Jayce, and she has not stopped! She grew up singing, so creating electronic music to sing over was the natural progression.

Jayce moved to Boulder, CO in 2001 and has found inspiration in those hills ever since. There, she studied traditional African and Afro-Cuban drumming as well as Latin rhythms and encorporates them, as well as her love for classical music, hip hop, jazz, soul, 80's pop and 90's pop and glitch.

Her ever-evolving music is described as a sexy, soulful, glitched-out blend of House, Breaks, Dubstep and a whatever else must be part of her vision in that sacred moment of creation. Her original music has been used in adventure films including "The Sharp End" by Sender Films, "Dosage V" and "Seasons Greetings" by Big Up Productions, "Rocky Mountain Highball" by Yama Studio, as well as many adventure shorts and ads by various companies including Glenfiddich Scotch, Arc'Teryx and The North Face.

Even though she continues to slay adventures, write music, sing, DJ old-school vinyl sets and paint in the foothills of the Rockies, her eyes will always reflect the sea...