The Nostalgia Factory, the moniker used by 21-year-old Montreal musician/composer Jessie-Jamz Ozaeta, is a solo project that started as a hobby, but later evolved into a more serious and personal journey of self-discovery. "I like to describe much of my music as cinematic and instrumental because I find my strong point musically is providing textures of sound that they can be interpreted both sonically and visually." Jessie has experimented with many genres, recording music ranging from metal, ambient/drone, folk, instrumental hip hop, post-rock, and shoegaze. His work includes a concept album based on Dante's Inferno, summer, autumn, and winter (that's SO Montreal!), and the score for the short film entitled A Collection of Failed Love Stories (2013), directed by Concordia film student Terry Chiu.