A journey through lush electronic grooves, sunny progressive vibes and classy peak-time anthems, Jaytech’s second album “Multiverse” is the sound of an artist broadening his sound and moving on to the mainstage. The follow-up to 2008’s progressive classic, and the first album to be released on Anjunadeep “Everything Is OK” (“a crossover gem ****” DJ Mag), “Multiverse” takes his sound into the mainroom; retaining all the melodic flair and refined production that his prolific career has been built on.
Revered as the warm-up DJ of choice for stadium-fillers Above & Beyond, Jaytech has stealthily risen as a headline prospect in his own right. With tours of Japan, Australia, Europe and USA already under his belt, and appearing at some of the world’s largest festivals – including the iconic Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, Tomorrowland in Belgium, and Dance Valley – he’s truly made his mark on the EDM scene.
As a producer, Jaytech’s pedigree has long been recognised. Releasing his debut track at 16, the Australian’s unique melodic blends have been supported by DJs like Sasha, Armin, Tiesto and, of course, Above & Beyond. As a DJ, he remains a respected selector of new sounds, with his Jaytech Music podcasts regularly showcasing the best in modern progressive and his mixes for the “Anjunadeep” compilation series hitting number one twice in the iTunes dance chart – both with his Anjunadeep02 compilation in 2010, ("Compilation of the month **** -Mixmag) and again in 2011 with Anjunadeep03.
Both classy and club focused, “Multiverse” represented a natural juncture for Jaytech to elevate from Anjunadeep to the more main-room sounds of Anjunabeats; a label responsible for hits like Above & Beyond’s “Sun & Moon”, Arty’s “Around The World” and Mat Zo’s “Bipolar”.
Introducing tracks like the bleepy groove bomb “Epsilon” and the classy peak-time vocal anthem “Stranger” (featuring regular Dirty Vegas collaborator Steve Smith), “Multiverse” sees Jaytech explore with higher tempos than before; never losing the attention to detail and musicality he is loved for.
Moments like the sun-soaked opener "Everglade" and the dramatic, piano breakdown of title track "Multiverse" offer impeccable updates of Jaytech's classic sound, while an updated rework of last year’s piano house anthem “New Vibe” brings a new groove to the tune. .,Rounding out the album are tracks like light-and-dark musical breakbeat growler “Blue Ocean” and Vitalic-esque “Diode” offering an invitation to journey into Jaytech’s own musical space.
Four years in the making, inspired by countless international adventures, Jaytech’s “Multiverse” expands his musical horizons, and you’re invited to join him for the trip.