Trevor Jackson Reveals Audio/Visual Mix ‘Science Fiction Dancehall Classics’
'Science Fiction Dancehall Classics' compilation album set to drop on October 2 via On-U Sound.
With over twenty years of experience under his belt, Trevor Jackson is revered as one of electronic music’s most accomplished and well rounded audio/visuals artists. Some of these accomplishments include the forming of Output Recordings in 1996—which released music from the likes of Four Tet and LCD Soundsystem—as well as receiving numerous awards for his visual campaigns and having his work premiered in museums such as the Guggenheim and the ICA.
Teaming up with Adrian Sheerwood’s label On-U Sound, Trevor Jackson is now set to release the compilation album Science Fiction Dancehall Classics, a 3 x vinyl and 2 x CD release that charts an “alternate history of the label.” The mix features a plethora of B-sides and unreleased tracks, with a heavy post-punk, reggae and dub influences. This bizarre and alluring mix is further complimented by the visual aesthetic that accompanies it. The 14-minute black-and-white video mix, produced by Trevor Jackson, uses found footage that has been animated and warped to fit the rare and extraordinary sound of the compilation.
Be sure to check out the video mix of Science Fiction Dancehall Classics below and order your copy of the compilation by going here.