James Feeler was born in Ponta Grossa in 1970 and has a long music history.
At the age of 7 he began to study piano and at 14 he played drums. A year later he was already lead singer and drummer of his first band. In 1992, he was professor of drums and remained like vocalist in several “curitibanas” bands. In 1999 he played in Liverpool at the Beatles Festival. From 2006 to 2009 he was Music Director at the Electronic Music Workshop. In 2008 he made several presentations as a vocalist on the project Life is a Loop, began his music project as James Feeler and in 2010 he returned to the stage with the electronic music producer Ilan Kriguer, in the Webbep project, playing his own compositions.
In 2005 and 2006 he participated in the Sonar, Barcelona, riting articles for the “Gazeta do Povo”.
JAMES FEELER - THE PRODUCER
In 1995, he began his career in sound production, as a composer and producer at Underdog Original Music. In 1996, he founded his own production company, Jamute, which in 2016 was already the seventh producer among the best in Brazil, by the “Meio & Mensagem” ranking. In 2017, he’s produced the track of the Conflict Zone series for the History Channel.
Jamute has already won 33 Lions at the Cannes Film Festival, in several categories - including one in Best Use of Music in Craft category. He also holds 20 awards of “Profissionais do ano” (Professional of the Year), Grand Prix at Clio and NY Festival, among others.
JAMES FEELER - THE UNIVERSAL
In 2018 begins the project of soul music FatBlack, his project of voice and piano with classics of the blues and resumes his electronic project “James Feeler.
He’s still in charge of his production house, Jamute, scoring prizes all over the world.
Enthusiast and admirer of the arts, he invests in new talents and supports cutting-edge initiatives in the fields of plastic arts, music and film productions.
He has already produced artistic music for exhibitions, his first was for the exhibition "Glory" at apArt Private Gallery, where he will be showcasing his art music again, interpreting for the presentation of the artist and tap dancer, Suzana Apelbaum.