JASON TYLER

JASON TYLER

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Biography

Location: Chicago, United States United States
Genre: House

Jason Tyler’s Bio(http://jasontyler.com/)

If you’ve listened to “Teachers” on Daft Punks first album with the drop of the first name Paul Johnson, you will hear who gave Jason Tyler his start in the Indie Dance music scene, not to mention Jason has worked with and recorded with several others off the “Daft list” of Legendary artist’s.

Jason’s beats and music are very connected to his Chicago roots and mentors, but he has definitely made his own mark being the first to add live trumpet over his DJ sets blazing this unique combo across the U.S, Europe, Canada, and Japan. His journey took him from a full ride Jazz Scholarship at Roosevelt University, to the Mid era “Rave/House/Techno” days, into the"Indie/Hipster" scene, catapulting into the power of the net “Bass/Fidget/Electro” blog world. Now Jason is forging a new path, touring with an arsenal of all these experience, great new tunes, dance knowledge, and a high level of connectedness with the crowd and fan base.

These quality’s do not come in the latest mixing software and you can not obtain it with money, marketing, promotion, or the latest DJ competition. Take all the hype away and the facts remain!

First you hear a trumpet blast, then the beats drop, and the rest is a dance party experience not to be missed!

I would like to leave you with Jason Tyler’s humble, but very to the point twitter bio and quotes from other’s.

“I love dance music and all the different culture that explodes from it. I’m grateful to be a part as a DJ, Producer, and Trumpeter.”

“A producer of bangin’ blog-style heaters and a man with impeccable taste in current electronic music…”

-URB Magazine

“Mann sum goood stuff!!!…great production.”

-Felix Da Housecat

“Magically pristine, dirty electro. It’s like the soundtrack to someone’s particularly glamorous life.”

- MissingToof.com

" Highly textured, exploding with drilling bass lines and the kind of aggressive enthusiasm of someone pushing for a change."

- Miami New Times

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