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G Jones Pays Tribute to the Roland TB-303 with “A2C2I2D”



After just unveiling the highly-awaited release of his latest single “On My Mind” with Eprom just a few weeks back, G Jones is back on the release radar with yet another state-of-the-art production. Out now on all streaming platforms, his latest intoxicating single “A2C2I2D” pays tribute to the significance of the iconic Roland TB-303 Synth and the tremendous impact it has played on the development of the acid house genre since its original inception.

Fun fact: The Roland TB-303 Bass Line is a bass synthesizer released by Roland Corporation in 1981. Designed to simulate bass guitars, it was a commercial failure and was discontinued in 1984.

As the second official single release from his upcoming Acid Disk 2 EP,  A2C2I2D showcases Greg’s unparalleled musical expertise flawlessly. His experimental soundscapes and adrenaline-inducing basslines never cease to impress fans, and he continues to completely blow everyone away with each reverberating synth. Recognized for intertwining exemplary 80s and 90s rave notes into each and every unthinkable release, the one-of-a-kind producer pays homage to these classic electronic music soundscapes through each relentless beat on “A2C2I2D”.

The alluring track is nothing short of extraordinary, and if you’re a G Jones fan, you just know “A2C2I2D” is one of his tracks simply from listening to the first hair-raising, distorted note. A true beatmaker unlike any other, G Jones continues to revolutionize electronic music as we know it through these avant-garde musical masterpieces fans can’t seem to get enough of. If this mind-bending release is anything like the rest of the Acid Disk 2 EP, I’m not sure how much longer we can wait to bask in the intensified magnitude of it all.

In alignment with this highly talked about banger, the successful musician has recently announced his forthcoming IllusoryOS Tour, which is set to feature support from like-minded artists Mr. Carmack, Shades, Ivy Lab, Redrum, Molokai, Ches b2b Tsuruda, Dot, and Jon Casey to name a few. If you’ve never caught a G Jones live set, we promise you won’t want to miss out on one of his upcoming exhilarating performances this time around.

Tickets to G Jones’s IllusoryOS Tour are available here.

Currently based in Houston & Miami, I hope to inspire others through my writing. Electronic dance music has become a passion and a form of inspiration in my life, and I wouldn't change it for the world. I aspire to share this passion of mine with others and help them understand the uplifting potential it can have on our lives!


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