Mathew Jonson Interview
Mathew Jonson looks to move forward with his music beyond his current training…
Vancouver B.C.’s Mathew Jonson has built a solid reputation over the past few years through his participation in the Modern Deep Left Quartet, Cobblestone Jazz and by various productions under his own name. His forays into Jazz, house, fusion, techno and other electronic based music reference a youth filled with musical creativity and ingenue.
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Sasha headlines Renaissance 20th Anniversary
R20: Renaissance Twentieth Anniversary Part One across two locations…
In 1992 when Renaissance entered the fray dance music in clubs was a completely different experience. Warehouses, reclaimed Ritzys, motorway arches and fields were the terrain for which acid house surged through the speakers, but Renaissance pioneered a new form of clubbing alongside a brand new sound. Utilising stately homes and adding a regal zest to partying, they proved that clubbing need not be an experience in a dingy environment. And they did so by pushing an exciting new genre, a combination of the epic and ethereal trance and techno coming from mainland Europe with the rolling house grooves from over the Atlantic; Progressive House.
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Watergate – Mathew Jonson [Live], Konrad Black, Sebo K
Huge Canadian influence set to take control of Watergate…
February seems to be the month where Watergate demonstrates why it is one of the best clubs in Berlin, Europe, and according to past polls, the world. yet, most likely the club does this almost effortlessly, as booking quality is second nature to the venue. And February seems to be that little bit more special.
The one in particular is also that, which will be looking to kick start the month, as we get a double dose of Canadian class with Wagon Repair’s Mathew Jonson and Konrad Black.
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