I hope everybody attended the G Jones show in Omaha back in December. After finishing his tour of the US and helping Bassnectar out with his notorious NYE 360° show in Nashville, he still found time to come out with a new mix.
Northern California beat-maker G Jones drops a fresh 40 minute mix tape comprised of 19 unreleased original beats and collaborations, simply titled “New Beats 2015″. Picking up where G Jones’ notorious “Live at Low End Theory 2/26/16″ set left off, New Beats 2015 showcases G Jones elastic and un-categorizable style of electronic beats, with monumental waves of sub bass at every BPM imaginable.
This mix is a journey through unexpected combinations of sounds. From 303 acid grime to 58 BPM experimental techno-trap all the way to to dubstep-influenced unquantized hip hop beats and back again without missing a beat. In addition to a formidable grip of new G Jones originals, this latest mix tape offering features collaborations with the Berlin based beat maestro Mad Zach, as well as a premiere of a previously unheard of collaborative alias called Nite School Klik, and a highly anticipated collaboration with legendary grime emcee Footsie of Newham Generals – an unexpected and novel unity of Californian beat culture and UK grime.