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Everything Is OK

Jaytech

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Amazing, especially for the Gym

I am an indoor cycling instructor, and I have been a huge fan of Jaytech for awhile. I have been a big fan of his subtle use of edited vocal samples, like in Headcase, his mix of Surrender, and Spacelift. It is the perfect music for indoor cycling. But nothing prepared me for his first real vocal track on Everything is OK, "Gray Horizon." It's beautiful and haunting. Anyone that's a fan of vocal trance MUST buy this song. I can't stop listening to it. "Drive" is a close second. The whole album is good, worth every penny. I am so excited to see what else he mixes or comes out with on his own. It's truly inspired artistry.

Rising Star

Jaytech, or as he refers to himself as 'Jimbo' is certainly a rising star in the progressive electronica arena. His personality is best described as being laid back and contemplative, and it's the impression I got upon spending time with him. It certainly reflects in his full-length debut album, Everything is OK. As good as this album is, his remixes, often released by Above & Beyond's label have been stellar, although his debut album--as a cohesive whole--isn't as groundbreaking as a lot of people have mentioned. It could be my personal bias, but I'm just thinking if he has pioneered a new sound, which everyone else would want to emulate. This album is good, I'll honestly admit that. But it didn't have that groovey element like with his previous tracks / remixes (not on this album) like Blue Fire or Lost Childhood (a remix he did for T.O.N.). Also, it doesn't have much versitility. But then again, it's progressive house / electro. Is it? However, his voice is strong with his fans--and with me. Cheers to Jaytech!

For those who remember Ibiza as it was

This is my second copy after losing the first to an hddk error. If anyone out there had been to Ibiza in the late 90's, early 2K's, Jaytech captures the moment and the feeling perfectly. Before all the english soccer crazies took over, before the jersey shore cast learned their first fist pump, before the island became too commercial (although it was well headed that way). You could walk home from a late nightclub without worrying about fights and muggings, see the sunrise, hear songs like these leaking out from a nearby party and just dance on the beach by yourself or with friends (or meet a new friend for the weekend). It was the vibe of the island back then. 'Everything is OK' motivates and makes me wish for better days ahead.

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