From working with Above & Beyond, Anjunabeats, playing massive Group Therapy shows, and now working on Seven Lion‘s label, Jason Ross has consistently proven his versatility and genre fluidity. Now Ross has now officially released his first full-length studio album, 1000 Faces, out now via Ophelia Records. As the result of years of production and evolution, the 10-track LP also happens to be the Ophelia’s first album release.
100 Faces includes previously released singles, “When The Night Falls,” “One That Got Away,” “Known you Before,” and “1000 Faces,” as well as new tracks like “Someone That I Needed,” a track that showcases the producer’s euphonious sounds along with heartfelt lyrics. Next up, “Chains” embodies futuristic beats and emotional vocals, while “Shelter” brings an electrifying pop twist to the album. “Leave Me to Wonder” provides a journey for listeners, and is packed with melodic beats and heavenly vocals. Lastly, “Letting Go” is the perfect euphoric closer to the album.
Recently, Jason Ross added some key tour dates to his 1000 Faces tour, including stops in San Francisco, Atlanta, Denver, and a main stage performance at Insomniac’s Beyond Wonderland SoCal in March. Tickets and more information on the tour here.