Hot as Sun Artist Biography

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Name: Hot As Sun
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Popular Tags: indie, synthpop, trance, electronica, trip-hop,

Published/Updated: 06 May 2011, 21:13

Biography: Hot As Sun Is Jamie Jackson And Deborah Stoll – A Musician/multi-instrumentalist And Writer/visual Artist Collaboration. Their Four Song Ep Was Self-produced And Released This Past November, 2010. The Record's Blissed-out Atmospherics And Jagged Hooks Have Already Got The Critics Buzzing - With Spins On Kcrw’s Morning Becomes Eclectic And Glowing Reviews From Tastemakers Like Buzzbands, My Old Kentucky Blog And The Economist.

Jamie Hails From Mississippi And Deborah From Nyc. Bonding After A Sound Bath At The Integratron In Joshua Tree, Deborah And Jamie Soon Found They Shared A Love Not Only For Weird Sounds, But For Magic Houses, Pegasus, And Bacon.

Hot As Sun Formed In May, 2010 And Jamie Spent The Summer Recording The Music In Her Loft In Downtown La. All The Songs Were Written On, And Inspired By, The Omnichord. Soon Thereafter Music Videos And Live Images Were Crafted In Deborah’s House In Silverlake.

“A Sweetly Blissed-out Reverie, Built On A Simple Omnichord Line, That Conjures Up The Entirety Of The 1980s Going By In Slow Motion.”
- Kevin Bronson (Buzz Bands)

“If You're In The Mood Today For Something With Smooth, Almost Trip Hop Lyrics, Alongwith A Booming Wash Of Sound, You're In For A Treat.”
-tThe Deli Magazine

“I Can’t Resist Writing A Little Something About Them If For No Other Reason Than Their Web Page Incorporates The Sound Of Frying Bacon…after The Second Listen, I Was All In.” -my Old Kentucky Blog

“The Ethereal, Synth-poppy, Female Duo That Is Jamie Jackson And Deborah Stoll Have Only Just Played Their First Show…but You Probably Should Get To Know Them, And Not Just Because This Music Video Is Weirdly Revelatory (in Ways That Ok Go's Damian Kulash Might Recommend For Their Future Solvency).” -the Economist



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