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Jan Driver – Raveyard Posted by: Nate in Electronic

From his first big hit into the masses with Tellyfoam, to Gain Reaction, Jan Driver has been releasing what seems like hit after hit. And now to his next EP was just released a couple of days ago comes even more goodness. One of the tracks off the EP, Dozer, sounds a lot like what we might soon expect from MSTRKRFT and Justice. Very live sounding drums and a synth line that could very easily mimic a guitar. My personal favorite on the release is Raveyard, but I hate how seemingly short it is. 3 minutes goes by way too fast when you’re really into the track. If anyone ever tells you they don’t like Jan Driver, they’re either lying or incredibly stupid.

Jan Driver – Raveyard (192 kbps)

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Please go pick up the EP on Beatport, it’ll probably blow your mind.


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4 Comments

  • Jannis Block August 3, 2011 at 8:11 am

    straight up the bomb

  • SKS August 3, 2011 at 9:49 am

    Reminds a bit of Boys Noize’s “Sweet Light”.

  • shorty 2 shoes August 3, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    hey just wondering how you get your logo art to show up on i-pods when you download from your website, been trying to do the same for mine, any advice

    • Nohj August 3, 2011 at 11:05 pm

      It has always just worked for me. You can do it manually by downloading the cover art ( right click the picture and save as) and in Itunes right click the song and go to Get info. Now go over to Artwork click Add… and browse to the cover art. Its too time consuming for me but it works.

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