Chicago-based DJ and Producer, Shawn Jackson, presents his latest release ‘It’s Your Fault’ via AFTRPRTY Records; an electrifying Tech House track that invites the listener into a groovy, energetic soundscape. With 30 years of experience in the music production world, Shawn Jackson’s impressive skill set shines through in the intricacies and sonic characteristics of this new track.
Fresh from the release of his latest Deep Tech EP ‘Testify’, and his track ‘What’s Good’, Shawn Jackson continuously proves that the support he garnered from VIP names, such as Solardo, Richie Hawtin and Danny Tenaglia, is well deserved. This new release is an unmissable production for not only his followers, but for all fans of the Tech House genre.
‘It’s Your Fault’ starts with a thumping rhythmic beat, as a bouncing bassline invigorates the groove, hypnotizing vocal loops and a punchy lead join to paint the soundscape of this track. The layered arpeggiated synths push the track forward, as dreamy drones and atmospheric pads build the texturally complex production; filtered elements, an acid synth line and an intense pulsating lead guide the listener through the breakdown towards the drop. The party vibe continues through to the end, as the driving beat and prominent bassline maintains the track’s momentum.
A creative expression of Shawn Jackson’s lively production style, ‘It’s Your Fault’ is a vibrant and exciting new release from the Producer. With a fresh, innovative talent Shawn Jackson is showing no signs of slowing down; having reached the top of the charts across leading streaming platforms with several of his releases, Shawn Jackson’s musical journey is far from over.
Set to continue to drop hard-hitting releases, Shawn Jackson continues to prove why his name deserves to be followed, so make sure to keep up to date with him across social media to learn more about his latest live performances and releases. ‘It’s Your Fault’ is out now via AFTRPRTY Records and is available in all major online stores and streaming platforms.
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