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The only proven efficient time traveling method to date is through listening to music, particularly evident when indulging in Jona Jefferies' latest EP released by Spanish house specialists Apersonal Music. It's a refreshing nod to the golden era of 90s electronic music. Across it's three tracks, Jefferies masterfully blends elements of ambient, downtempo, and electronica, evoking a sense of nostalgia as if plucked from a bygone era. In contrast to today's TikTok-dominated landscape of short, immediate singles, this EP harkens back to a time when music was crafted with depth and complexity. Drawing inspiration from legendary acts like Boards of Canada and Underworld, it seamlessly transports listeners to the Gen-X decade, when acts like Daft Punk, Orbital and The Chemical Brothers reign supreme and exploited the electronic scene during the MTV era.On the A side, 'Es Camp' embodies the seamless influence of British electronic music on the Balearic scene of the 90s, and vice versa. Feels like Moby's 'Porcelain' if the film 'The Beach' had been set in Ibiza. Max Essa's 'Romantic Breaks Mix' elevates the track to pure Balearic bliss, setting the perfect mood for any sunset terrace around the globe. 'California Sunrise... Do You Remember?' is a glorious throwback to nostalgic 90's chillout sounds created by artists like The Orb and The Irresistible Force. Side B, tailored for the dance floor, runs through 'Lost in Paradise', a track that channels euphoria reminiscent of the underground rave culture during the final years of the 20th century. Apersonal's trusted remixer, Eddie C, delivers an extended rendition of the track that continually evolves, echoing Jim Morrison's words: 'the music was new, black polished chrome, and came over the summer like liquid night.'Tracklisting:A1. Es Camp A2. Es Camp (Max Essa Romantic Break Mix) A3. California Sunrise... Do You Remember? B1. Lost in Paradise B2. Lost in Paradise (Eddie C Remix)
The only proven efficient time traveling method to date is through listening to music, particularly evident when indulging in Jona Jefferies' latest EP released by Spanish house specialists Apersonal Music. It's a refreshing nod to the golden era of 90s electronic music. Across it's three tracks, Jefferies masterfully blends elements of ambient, downtempo, and electronica, evoking a sense of nostalgia as if plucked from a bygone era. In contrast to today's TikTok-dominated landscape of short, immediate singles, this EP harkens back to a time when music was crafted with depth and complexity. Drawing inspiration from legendary acts like Boards of Canada and Underworld, it seamlessly transports listeners to the Gen-X decade, when acts like Daft Punk, Orbital and The Chemical Brothers reign supreme and exploited the electronic scene during the MTV era.On the A side, 'Es Camp' embodies the seamless influence of British electronic music on the Balearic scene of the 90s, and vice versa. Feels like Moby's 'Porcelain' if the film 'The Beach' had been set in Ibiza. Max Essa's 'Romantic Breaks Mix' elevates the track to pure Balearic bliss, setting the perfect mood for any sunset terrace around the globe. 'California Sunrise... Do You Remember?' is a glorious throwback to nostalgic 90's chillout sounds created by artists like The Orb and The Irresistible Force. Side B, tailored for the dance floor, runs through 'Lost in Paradise', a track that channels euphoria reminiscent of the underground rave culture during the final years of the 20th century. Apersonal's trusted remixer, Eddie C, delivers an extended rendition of the track that continually evolves, echoing Jim Morrison's words: 'the music was new, black polished chrome, and came over the summer like liquid night.'Tracklisting:A1. Es Camp A2. Es Camp (Max Essa Romantic Break Mix) A3. California Sunrise... Do You Remember? B1. Lost in Paradise B2. Lost in Paradise (Eddie C Remix)
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Jona Jefferies - Lost In Paradise

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Apersonal
Rel. Date: 05/10/2024
UPC: 198391200748

Lost In Paradise
Artist: Jona Jefferies
Format: Vinyl
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The only proven efficient time traveling method to date is through listening to music, particularly evident when indulging in Jona Jefferies' latest EP released by Spanish house specialists Apersonal Music. It's a refreshing nod to the golden era of 90s electronic music. Across it's three tracks, Jefferies masterfully blends elements of ambient, downtempo, and electronica, evoking a sense of nostalgia as if plucked from a bygone era. In contrast to today's TikTok-dominated landscape of short, immediate singles, this EP harkens back to a time when music was crafted with depth and complexity. Drawing inspiration from legendary acts like Boards of Canada and Underworld, it seamlessly transports listeners to the Gen-X decade, when acts like Daft Punk, Orbital and The Chemical Brothers reign supreme and exploited the electronic scene during the MTV era.On the A side, 'Es Camp' embodies the seamless influence of British electronic music on the Balearic scene of the 90s, and vice versa. Feels like Moby's 'Porcelain' if the film 'The Beach' had been set in Ibiza. Max Essa's 'Romantic Breaks Mix' elevates the track to pure Balearic bliss, setting the perfect mood for any sunset terrace around the globe. 'California Sunrise... Do You Remember?' is a glorious throwback to nostalgic 90's chillout sounds created by artists like The Orb and The Irresistible Force. Side B, tailored for the dance floor, runs through 'Lost in Paradise', a track that channels euphoria reminiscent of the underground rave culture during the final years of the 20th century. Apersonal's trusted remixer, Eddie C, delivers an extended rendition of the track that continually evolves, echoing Jim Morrison's words: 'the music was new, black polished chrome, and came over the summer like liquid night.'Tracklisting:A1. Es Camp A2. Es Camp (Max Essa Romantic Break Mix) A3. California Sunrise... Do You Remember? B1. Lost in Paradise B2. Lost in Paradise (Eddie C Remix)
        
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