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Jason Ross Unveils 1000 Faces Remixes From Matt Fax, Just A Gent & More

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Following Jason Ross‘ debut album, comes the 1000 Faces remixes. The package spans many genres, including experimental trap from Just A Gent, melodic bass from AWAKEND and progressive house from Matt Fax.

1000 Faces marked Jason Ross’ first LP release ever, and the first album release on Seven Lions’ Ophelia Records imprint. On the radio front, 1000 Faces was a BPM Breaker on Sirius and has been played 43 times on iHeart Evolution for 9 weeks and counting and tracks have been supported by Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Gryffin, Illenium, Jauz, NGHTMRE, and Slander to name a few. The album peaked at #1 on Beatport’s top 100 Trap/Future Bass releases and #2 on Top 100 Dance releases and hit #3 on the US iTunes Dance chart.

Jason Ross – 1000 Faces remixes

1. Jason Ross – Leave Me To Wonder (with Fiora) (Just A Gent Remix)

2. Jason Ross – When The Night Falls (with Fiora) (AWAKEND Remix)

3. Jason Ross – 1000 Faces (with Dia Frampton) (Matt Fax Remix)


 

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