“Jackson promises to be the next step in electronic music”
“Beautifully unresolved and perfectly embraceable”
– The Wire
Jackson and his Computerband have been hard at work since 2005’s Smash, teaming up with amazing engineers like Phillipe Zdar and vocal collaborators like Planningtorock, expanding his sound to higher scopes.
The new direction in G.I. Jane (Fill Me Up) connects his IDM revolving, high definition productions with heavy pop structures and full fledged vocal epics. “G.I. Jane” takes off into Thin Lizzy meets Carl Craig levels of dance synth mania, while “Vista” keeps a steady french house build, washed in 90’s soundtrack keys. His own remix re-emphasizes the techno base of Detroit soundscapes.
TNGHT’s Hudson Mohawke provides support from the new generation Warp roster, with an explosive version of Vista. Since signing as a producer to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D Music and remixing everyone from Waka Flocka Flame to Disclosure’s AlunaGeorge heavyweight “White Noise”, Mohawke set about “reconfiguring it to resemble the synth-hop tracks with which he’s found so much success” (FACT).