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Jon Hester - Interstellar Systems EP
Jon Hester
Interstellar Systems EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Dystopian)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Floating astronomical objects and the void in between – Jon Hester enters the Dystopian circle with four gravity manipulating Techno tracks coming directly through the wormhole. Jon Hester got his start in the midwest US, living in Chicago, Minneapolis, and connecting with Detroit. After years on the dance floor he took to the decks, going on to work in a record shop, host his own events, and hold residencies that developed his sound. Music production and a move to Berlin followed, but dancing and mixing are still the inspirations that drive him to create. His DJ sets are built on physical rhythms and adventurous programming, effortlessly combining diverse varieties of techno and house. With an engaging presence and a knack for telling a story, he builds a unique connection with each audience, and works any room until it sweats.
Jon Hester - Galvanized EP
Jon Hester
Galvanized EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Rekids)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
USA's Jon Hester serves up four heady techno cuts for the second installment in Rekids' newly launched techno orientated series Special Projects.Based in Berlin, Hester's discography may be humble but it is one of pure quality. The American techno producer has released on Rødhåd's Dystopian, appeared on a release alongside the likes of DJ Richard, Hinode and Arthur Kimskii (Point Break) on L.A.G., and now joins the Rekids Special Projects series featuring FBK, Markus Suckut and DJ Deep.Heaving distorted kicks and echoing stabs lay the blueprint to ‘Inertia' whilst intricate hats make way for metallic melodies. Speeding things up, ‘On The Move' is a more driving cut in comparison with its trippy atmospherics and crunchy percussion, whereas the surging ‘Short Circuit' demonstrates syncopated percussion and ominous synths for a rhythmic dancefloor workout. Finally, ‘Neurons' sees various cosmic elements ebb in and out of the mix for a mesmerising conclusion.
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