Mon. Sep 26th, 2022
SCOTS DJ Jamie Roy has tragically died, leaving the music world in mourning.

The talented producer’s “heartbroken” family announced the devastating news in a statement earlier today.

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It comes just days after the Scots star told his 18,000 followers he was about to release the “biggest track’ of his life.”

Fellow artists have flocked to social media, as they pay tribute to the Dumfries lad.

Techno stalwart Patrick Topping wrote: “Gutted to hear of the passing of Jamie Roy, such a sound lad.”

CamelPhat added: “RIP JAMIE ROY, One of the good guys in this crazy industry.

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“Thoughts are with your family & friends. Will miss you.”

While Judge Jules said: “So awful to hear, when one of our community is no longer with us. RIP DJ Jamie Roy. Love, sympathy and blessings to Jamie‘s family.”

Defected resident Sam Divine said: “My brother! Words can’t describe the pain that I’ll never you see again!

“Love to his family and all the troops . This is hitting differently.”


And Gorgon City branded him a “true gent”.

Jamie was a familiar face on the Ibiza clubbing circuit and played a string of iconic clubs including We Love at Space and Steve Lawler’s infamous Warriors party.

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In a heartfelt statement, his family wrote: “Jamie passed away yesterday.

“Jamie was a much loved and talented son, brother, nephew and uncle and loved by his many friends and colleagues both within the music industry and beyond that. We are all absolutely heartbroken.”

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