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Trevor Jackson
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The Vinyl Factory

Album CD
VF116-15
Out: 18-05-2015
 
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Since many years Trevor Jackson is famous for his prolific and exciting works as producer, label owner, designer, collector and man who knows (remember his in-depth Industrial/EBM/Wave-compilations Me
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Since many years Trevor Jackson is famous for his prolific and exciting works as producer, label owner, designer, collector and man who knows (remember his in-depth Industrial/EBM/Wave-compilations Metal Dance 1 and 2?). Now he has a new album out and this alone is a spectacular thing as his last tracks were released 15 years ago. Another spectacular and quite ambitious thing about this record called “F O R M A T” is that Jackson released it, among the usual mediums, on several physical formats like DAT, VHS and MiniDisc (not to forget the lovely 3 inch-CD) that for good reasons died out millions of years ago. But of course the most important thing about music will always be the answer to that question “Is it any good?”. In this case it is an unmistakable “Yes!”. On the 13 tracks of “F O R M A T” (released on The Vinyl Factory) Jackson travels from kicking nowadays-versions of early house (“Lumiline”) via hissing dark techno (“Belial”) and EBM-touched stuff (“OCP”) to the floating ambient electronica of “In Your Hands”, demonstrating that he may be influenced by 1980s music but is also willing and able to transport these sounds and attitudes into something new and up-to-date. Tracks like the slowly creeping “Lethal” and the enormously tight and virtuously emerging “Icaro” are perfect examples for Jacksons skills as a producer who avoided the trap of merely creating a homage to 80s-subculture but came up with, in it’s best way, modern music for both clubs and headphones, not so far away from the L.I.E.S. stuff. A great record, wether as MiniDisc or as file. (Written by João Geck)
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