Space Jesus Throws Down at Middle East Downstairs in Light of New Album

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Space Jesus once again got the Middle East Downstairs in Cambridge turnt up as he opened for G Jones on their tour together. Jasha Tull, better known as Space Jesus, is an electronic music producer based out of Brooklyn.

If there’s one thing Space Jesus brings to the table, it’s good vibes. He completely embodies his music and the crowd can visibly see and feel it at all throughout the set. His unique style of heavy bass music is also inspired by many different musical influences in his life (namely hip hop). This gives his music a refreshingly timeless feel. It’s almost reminiscent of Bassnectar with a more spiritual twist and I found it hard not to feel resurrected after an hour or so of his soul-driven bass.

Bob Molly, one of his dopest songs came on about halfway during his set and really got things going. Even people who weren’t previously aware of the intergalactic messiah totally got down to that spacey bass that has put him at the forefront of glitch hop producers.

My personal favorite track from Space Jesus is HMU (Ft. Clay Parnell & Rory “Sweet Boy” Dolan).
He played this later on in his set and it was one of those songs that had everyone in a head banging trance.

Make sure to stay tuned for his new album “Zoned Vol 1” that comes out tomorrow (April 20), which is sure to be another spiritual masterpiece.

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