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Ewan Jansen’s Sonic Journey: A Deep Dive into ‘Chroma Sea’ and His Musical Influences.

Kono Vidovic January 29, 2024 63 12 5


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Welcome to the latest track talk and interview on Cyphon Recordings, where we’re thrilled to showcase the unique musical odyssey of Australian maestro Ewan Jansen. Celebrating the release of his dynamic six-track mini LP ‘Chroma Sea’, we delve deep into the vibrant, groove-infused world of this house and techno veteran. With over three decades of rich experience shaping his sound, Ewan takes us on a journey through the tracks that have defined his career. From his early days in the ’90s, crafting hardware-driven house music, to his influential role with Red Ember Records, Ewan’s journey is as colorful and diverse as his latest creation. Prepare to be immersed in a world of crisp, analog sounds as Ewan Jansen shares his story and the ten tracks that have marked his sonic path.

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1. Perspective – YMO.

The most perfect song ever written. Likely be my funeral song. 

2. Hyperboria – Tangerine Dream.

Me and dad heard this in a market place and it became our first family CD. 

3. Shop – Snog.

Absolute bonkers shit from Australia’s best industrial techno outfit from the 90s. Good Xmas song.

4. Librae Solidi Denari – The Shamen.

Them, Jesus Jones and Sunscream knew how to gate a good guitar. This sounds sik up on max, belting through a tunnel.

5. Atmosphere – Kerri Chandler.

Listening to this never fails to pick me up. Just honest bootstrap medicine.

6. Ladd Company Logo – John Williams.

Vanity card music. I just like telling people at parties it’s my favourite genre.  

7. Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe – Richard Joseph

Classic 4-track goodness from the Amiga 500 days. Rinsed those Bitmap Brothers games until I got hooked on OctaMED. 

8. Pregenesis – Dan Curtin.

Simply a work of genius. To me, this album sits in his discography as ‘Dan Curtin: The Motion Picture’. 

9. Steve Tang – Devout.

Heart wrenchingly pure. This is deep house and one of my first dance vinyls. 10-4 good buddy.

10. Cybercanisco – Ewan Jansen.

So Ken Ishii and John Tejada walk into a bar… I wish!

Conclusion.

Thank you for joining us on this captivating journey through Ewan Jansen’s musical landscape. His new mini LP ‘Chroma Sea’ is not just a collection of tracks; it’s a testament to his artistic evolution and the vibrant spectrum of house and techno. Remember, ‘Chroma Sea’ is available now for you to experience Ewan’s signature sound, a blend of crisp beats, colorful melodies, and an undeniable groove. Don’t miss this chance to dive into the depths of Ewan Jansen’s musical sea. Get your copy today and let the vibrant waves of ‘Chroma Sea’ wash over you.


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DJ | MUSIC CURATOR & SELECTOR | PODCAST MAKER | BLOGGER Professional online interpreneur. Coffee practitioner. Electronic music culture maven. Total music guru. Infuriatingly humble problem solver. Food & sports fanatic.

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