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Jason Muller is an artist who started his solo career as an electronic/contemporary composer in 2010. He has played in many different projects and worked with many musicians. This was the journey he had to take in order to find who he really was as a person and an artist.
Jason Muller has released four singles to give audiences a taste as to what he’s all about.
“Hourglass” is about looking at life through an hourglass. The meaning is simple; enjoy your life and every moment of it. This song has such an angelic introduction to it. It is a ballad in progression with each instrument introduced one at a time allowing the listener to focus on the sound which then interprets the meaning. Electronic bliss enters into play which catapults you into another world. It is beautifully orchestrated with a joyful and playful feel to it.
“FM1” is a hot club song full of electronic beats. This song reflects Jason Muller’s personality with its out-of-orbit sensation delivered on a silver platter.
“Who Am I? (the knocking at your soul mix)” is a staccato delight full of sharp poppin’ sounds and beats and notes. It is fast paced and wakes you up and makes you want dance. “This song takes a deeper look at oneself, asking the question; ‘Who Am I? The message – There is a God in Heaven and He created you and I and everything. He completes who we really are”, states Jason.
“Float” featuring Steve Bosch, is a song that deals with life issues and the struggles that we sometimes face in life. Jason uses the analogy of being afloat while out at sea and the waves are crashing and the storm is all around you, struggling to stay alive and the challenges it presents to you. This song has a great beat to it with wonderful musical and vocal arrangements.
Jason Muller is an electronic engineer, craftsman and phenom. His music is a creation of self analysis and personal influences in his life. Every element that he’s lived to date is being transported into his musical arrangements. Consider yourself privileged to have listened to such delightful arrangements. Feel the sensation that is Jason Muller.