Across this five-track EP, Jimmy proves his masterful craft and range. The result is simultaneously both groovy and hard-hitting; it’s easy to get lost in Jimmy’s temporal musical journey. At more than five minutes apiece, each single tells its own unique narrative. Jimmy juxtaposes cosmic euphoria and sonic chaos resulting in a work that is simultaneously both dystopian and meditative. All Who Do Not Wander Are Lost creates a resounding sense of spirituality and connection that echoes the legendary Jon Hopkins. A life-long audio engineer, musician, and producer, Jimmy Deer has performed at some of the world’s leading events and venues such as SXSW, WMC, Sun City Music Festival, the Montreal Jazz Festival, and legendary Tokyo club Yellow. All Who Do Not Wander Are Lost is out now on Subcutaneous Records.
London-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Jimmy Deer has made a career thus far quietly supporting other artists. Signed early on to TVT records with Chicago downtempo/trip-hop group The Baldwin Brothers, he soon found himself deeper in the city’s music scene, contributing his distinctive bass and guitar work to many records by house luminary Roy Davis Jr., including several #1 Billboard Dance remixes. Beyond the world of dance or electronic, you may have heard his edgy, guitar-driven cues on some of your favorite TV shows including his seductive 1970’s inspired funk in the Lionsgate feature “Knock Knock,” or his versatile scoring of Brawler Films’ cult flick “The 60 Yard Line.” A clearly multifaceted artist, in 2016 Deer knew it was time to start focusing as an artist on his longtime passion of house music. Now going under the moniker Jimmy Right Now, Deer is actively releasing music on his own emblem Subcutaneous Records.