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crm085
ARTIST
MATHEW JONSON
TITLE
DAYZ
LABEL
Crosstown Rebels
CATALOGUE
CRM085
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
    2011/10/24
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
ALL ARTISTS
DESCRIPTION

Crosstown Rebels iconic catalogue knows no bounds and without relenting for a moment, the label now bestows the next masterful creation from none other than Mathew Jonson. ‘Dayz’ is a beguiling trip through groovy textured electronic pastures, a simply stunning release, and great addition to Mathew’s armory!

A-side ‘Dayz’ is classic Jonson. Meandering, modulated synth lines build into an epic electronic orchestra of warm fuzzy strings and ambient melody all padded with an intricate carpeting of shimmering percussion and molten bleeps. Intricate digressions keep the listener rapt but for all the complexity of ‘Dayz’, Jonson creates a theme that is beautifully simple. It’s impossible not to be swept away on his sonic wave.

B-Side ‘Cold Blooded’ has a stomping bass beat and funk strutting bassline punching through the spacey sequencing and swirling synth strokes. Resounding sub-bass darkens the mood, engulfing the backdrop of rhythmic drumming; this is real heads down warehouse gea that will hypnotise the crowd

Mathew Jonson needs little introduction. A legend with one of the most distinctive voices in the industry, whose made forays into jazz, house, fusion, techno and all aspects of electronic music, the Canadian born, Berlin based producer epitomizes refined musicianship, stylistic innovation and artistry. Co-founding the Wagon Repair label and participating in the Modern Deep Left Quartet and Cobblestone Jazz,

Jonson is responsible for some game-changing tracks including ‘Marionette’, ‘Typerope’ and most recently, the revered ‘Learning To Fly’ on m_nus. Jonson is still proving he’s in a class of his own.

Published: September 29, 2011