American DJ/Producer Jason Ross announced the release date of his debut album on social media, thus marking January 24th on our calendars.
A true chameleon of dance music, Jason Ross is a well-regarded name amongst dance music fans, synonymous with absolute top-quality releases. Best known for his footing on the trance and progressive branches of dance music, the Minneapolis native’s first original release came all the way back in 2013, with “Nightfall” being released on Darren Tate’s Mondo Records.
It wasn’t long until the then spry young artist was noticed and signed into the Anjunabeats ranks by legendary titans Above & Beyond, sky rocketing his career into undiscovered heights, with further releases on Tritonal’s Enhanced Progressive, Garuda, Armada, Monstercat and Seven Lion’s Ophelia label.
The last couple of years proved to be the best of Jason’s career so far, expanding his portfolio of eclectic bangers with collaborations with Jonathan Mendelsohn, Seven Lions, Cosmic Gate, etc. 2019 was labelled as his best year to date following remixes for SLANDER and Above & Beyond and vocal anthems like “Shelter” feat. Melanie Fontana and “Don’t Give Up On Me” feat. Dia Frampton being definitive highlights – let’s not forget the god-tier EP “Rooms”.
Announced yesterday on social media, “1000 Faces” (the album) is set to be released on January 24th, with “1000 Faces” – the single: the last of his album to be released (I know, confusing) – being released this Friday, January 10th.
Although 2020 has just begun, “1000 Faces” has all the makings to be a potential candidate for album of the year, if what we’ve heard so far is to go by. So set a reminder for those two days folks and prepare your ears in the meantime with Jason’s last contribution to mankind of 2019: