Jace Syntax / BlackJack
purest brands of Detroit and Chicago house music.
In 1996, Jason MacCreadie aka Jace Syntax teamed up with neighbor John Morrison aka BlackJack and began spinning some of the rawest acid house and techno tracks known to Glasgow. The two soon realized their real calling and ventured into the world of production. Pioneering the
purest brands of Detroit and Chicago house music, the duo helped to establish a fundamental movement in Scotland paving the way for many top nights and future big name dj’s. The formidable partnership continues to revolutionize the house music scene introducing their
first vinyl collaboration, Syntax.
Jace Syntax’s Give Up is a musical trophy, solidifying many years as a student of house music; Jace has graduated with honors. Silky pads atop a thick bass line are glued together by rhythm elements designed to command the dance floor.
Enter Drivetrain’s Tandem Mix of Give Up. An electrifying, raw groove. Narcotic, intelligent and late night in every aspect. Next up is BlackJack’s Time Traveller. A voyage through the depths of
the music soul of an educator and purist. As chords glide throughout painting a clever backdrop, vocal samples excite the landscape while scrupulous percussion manufacturing keep the track moving from start to finish.
2yLite’s Destination Mix of Time Traveller closes with a minimal delivery that fluently fuses the tech-factor with magnetic seductive cadence.
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