The Vancouver producer will release his debut album for on 1080p next month.
The label calls the BC-based artist, real name Jean Brazeau, a "mainstay of Vancouver's afterhours club scene"—the same realm frequented by other 1080p artists like Neu Balance and Lnrdcroy. On Touch Of Jupiter, Brazeau takes inspiration from mid-'90s house and garage and infuses it with "a hallucinogenic set of ancient yet futuristic imageries—vibe connotations of swamps, kingdoms, new planets, Myst, Tarot cards and a generally murky mysticism," according to 1080p. He uses hardware synths and MIDI instruments, including keyboards and saxophone, which you can hear in action below on "Visions From Yesterday (Saxy Mix)."
There will also be a release party for Touch Of Jupiter in Vancouver on February 7th, where Brazeau is slated to play live alongside DJ sets from Scott W., LNS and a live performance from Neu Balance, whose own 1080p debut was just released a few weeks ago. That show will go down at a secret location to be revealed on the day of the event.
01. March Of The Bog Lily (Clapapella)
02. Trying 2 Find U
03. Visions From Yesterday (Saxy Mix)
04. Queen Of Swords
05. March Of The Bog Lily (Celestial Mix)
1080p will release Touch Of Jupiter on February 10th, 2015.