G Jones ushers in the dawn of a new era with two dovetailing singles.
G Jones' upcoming sophomore effort has been long-awaited since his widely heralded 2018 album, The Ineffable Truth. Now he's finally given us a taste of what's to come with "Daydreams" and "Which Way." The distinct contrast between the two tracks highlights G Jones' duality as an artist, showcasing two divergent styles.
The floating future bass stylings of "Daydreams" are bright and uplifting, drawing the listener into a sense of comfort. The dreamy vocals only add to the ethereal atmosphere which is characterized by wonderous arpeggiation and a frenetic dose of glitchy effects.
Conversely, "Which Way" leans into Jones' distortion-forward, hard-hitting sensibilities. The track embarks on an unpredictable path from the outset, with each subsequent synth seeking to keep listeners on their toes.
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Taken together, "Daydreams" and "Which Way" offer a tantalizing glimpse into what the versatile PATHS has in store for us–a journey showcasing two dovetailing creative focuses for Jones, who only continues to hold his ground as one of bass music's most forward-thinking talents.
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