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Nathan Jonson - Business EP Mathew Jonson Remix
Nathan Jonson
Business EP Mathew Jonson Remix
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (20/20 Vision)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Up next on 20/20 Vision we welcome Nathan Jonson back for his second outing on the label, and this time it's rounded off with a big remix from his brother Mathew Jonson. Business EP finds Nathan back in familiar musical territory. Serving up genre bending tracks which fuse electro, techno, house and old school rave into a melting pot of electronica which is not easy to define. 'Business' & 'Let Your Body' are unconventional, unique and original, with off kilter basslines and rave stabs reminiscent of a Luke Vibert and Carl Finlow hybrid. The release also see's the first appearance on 20/20 Vision from none other than Mathew Jonson, who turns in a killer remix of title track 'Business'. Since 2001 Mathew has constantly evolved, with a back catalogue of scene defining tracks and one of the most electric live shows in the business. It's a honour to finally have him feature on the label.
Nathan Jonson - Cross Colours
Nathan Jonson
Cross Colours
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (2020 Vision)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
incl. Remixes by Incl. Luke Vibert, Ralph Lawson & Rui-Z, Dokta

Up next on 20/20 Vision we welcome the ever-diverse and evolving Nathan Jonson. Following a decade of producing and DJ'ing as Hrdvsion, Nathan has stepped out under his birth name to mark a new stage in his career. Cross Colours is a perfect representation of this new stage, a hybrid of all the styles he has become renowned for.

When we heard Cross Colours we were all in agreement that Luke Vibert would be the perfect remixer. Luckily Luke agreed too and turned in a killer take on the original, flirting with early rave and hardcore whilst keeping the electro aesthetic.

The B side is rounded off with a club focused version from Ralph Lawson & Rui-Z (which has already being championed by Seth Troxler on his most recent Essential Mix) and a dark techno rework from exciting new 20/20 signing Dokta, who you can expect to hear a lot more from this year.
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