Jessica Gentile aka Jubilee
Jubilee has been staying up all night since as long as anyone can remember. She grew up in South Florida on the sounds of Miami bass, freestyle and Dirty South rap blasting from local radio stations like Power 96 and 99 Jamz. As a teen, she traveled to raves up and down the coast, absorbing Florida's uniquely regional palette of breaks, electro and drum 'n' bass. By the time she moved to New York City and started frequenting drum 'n' bass parties like Direct Drive and Konkrete Jungle, D&B was already becoming a gateway drug to a love of other UK underground styles such as grime, garage, dubstep and UK funky.
You can hear the influence of all this music on Jubilee's debut album, 2016's After Hours – soaked in 808s and 909s, fog machines and laser rays, and containing a huge hit in the form of "Wine Up," a bubblin' bashment cut featuring Bronx dancehall sensation HoodCelebrityy.
This year, she follows it up with her sophomore LP, another collection of late-night anthems and drum machine workouts. The album took three years to put together, as Jubilee burned the midnight oil in the studio in between headlining slots at European festivals, gigs from New Zealand to Brazil to Las Vegas and taking the stage alongside her Mixpak Records family at London's Red Bull Culture Clash and Notting Hill Carnival.
Music Production & Creation – How Technology Is Shaping The New Generation of Creators
10/14/20, 6:00 PM
With work-from-home production reaching all-time highs since quarantine, producers are turning to technology more than ever to stay creative and produce studio-grade music on the fly. And Splice, a leading provider of music tech, samples and loops, has helped incubate the sound of the future. We’ll hear from three music biz thought leaders on how they’re staying productive during such chaotic times and how tools like Splice can serve as a launchpad to mainstream music success.