Recently, Jason Ross’s musical journey has seen him migrate from the wonders of trance into the heavens of melodic bass. Although he still continues to produce the former genre, his most recent releases have focused on the latter, in preparation for an entire 10-track album that will soon see a release on Ophelia, the best melodic bass label according to r/EDM’s fan-voting. Titled 1000 Faces, the LP is set to feature three singles of old and a titular track that sees a release two weeks ahead of the LP itself.
The single, released on Friday, features the lovely voice of Dia Frampton, a good friend of Jason’s. Of their team-up, he writes, “Dia has been one of my favorite people in this industry since the first time we talked, right after I remixed her track with Illenium. The moment I heard this vocal, I was blown away and knew we had a big one on our hands.”
In fact, it’s a stunning combination of her voice and his authentic, sweet production that makes 1000 Faces worthy of being the album’s title track. The drop features the signature warm supersaw in all of Ross’s tunes on Ophelia, with a vacillating rhythm to make it lean a bit towards future bass.
The 10-track LP is set to be released on 24 Jan, and it will be Ophelia’s first foray into full-length releases. Keep your eyes peeled for another pair of tunes with Fiora and Dia Frampton on the album, as well as a RUNN feature!