Jason Forrest to Release 'Everything' This May
- Words: Patric Fallon
Berlin-based audio troublemaker Jason Forrest (a.k.a. DJ Donna Summer, Nightshifters label co-owner) just announced that he'll be releasing his first full-length album under his given name in six years on May 3. Called The Everything, the 11-track record follows his recent Utopia EP (from which we shared this track) for the Deathbomb Arc imprint, and will be released by German label Staatsakt. Describing Forrest's forthcoming LP, its press release says, "There are elements of almost every genre one can think of—from rockabilly to dubstep to electro-acoustics. It’s an album that takes the listener on an audio tour through Forrest’s musical world. In short: It’s everything." The first single from The Everything, called "Raunchy," is out now with remixes from Jokers of the Scene and two others (listen to that here). You can also watch the video for that track, and check out the forthcoming record's artwork and tracklist, below.
01. New Religion
02. The Everything
03. Italian Lessons
06. The Exquisite Organs
07. Roger Dean Landscape
08. Keys To The Door
09. Crime Of The Century
11. Isolation, Too
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