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AMBER JOLENE

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With a voice synonymous with the very foundation of House Music the soulful tones of Amber Jolene can be heard on labels from Defected to Armada Deep, Yoshitoshi to Southern Fried, Toolroom to Skint and soon to come Sasha’s Last Night On Earth Imprint. Recent collaborations with bass legend DJ Zinc, Sonny Fodera & Nolan have all had massive impact across the globe. With Kant’s Deep House remix of Everyday & Everynight notching up Over 13 million views you YouTube alone. Finnebassen put his deft touch to another of Amber Jolene & Nolan’s collaborations leading to over 5 million hits on Go Slow. 

Amber singing career was launched in 2003 with the single "Tell Her" with a remix by one of Soulfuric's top producers, Richard Earnshaw. Since then Amber worked on a collaboration with Mutiny which culminated in the WMC Miami hit ‘Sun In My Eyes’ under the name Myomi. With remixes by MJ Cole and Paul Woolford, and support from Radio One’s Pete Tong, it became the Late night dance floor track of choice in clubs worldwide with Sasha voting it his number one track for 2008. 

Later releases include a collaboration with X-Press 2 & Timo Garcia on Skint Records which saw Drumcode wonderboy Wehbba from Brazil on remix duties. Also Bassmonkey’s ‘Purple Haze,’ which was featured on Mark Doyle’s Fierce Angels’ and a song-writing partnership with Toolroom’s Jake Island resulted in a 3 track EP of disco tracks including the deliciously Balearic 

‘Moonlight’ which saw it’s release on Toolroom Records. 

Amber’s live vocal performances have been captured at underground house nights across London from Ministry of Sound to Turnmills with appearances at Womb (Tokyo), MOS (Taipei) and the Exit Festival in Serbia. Amber has also worked as an in demand DJ across London playing an eclectic selection of disco, soul and rock n roll. 

Away, from the dance scene Amber helped out Madness on their album providing backing vocals For five of the tracks and performing live with them at the Hackney Empire in July 2008. Whenever you hear Amber sing, you know there's a talent at work, which can not only carry a tune but understands what house music is about. 

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