After setting the scene alight with numerous killer singles, Israeli producer Guy J released his hotly anticipated full-length artist album 'Esperanza' on Bedrock Records in last quarter of 2008, to universal critical acclaim, and has been touring ever since around the globe. In 2009 he returned to Bedrock with yet another killer single, 'Lamur', complete with a stunning remix from one of Spain's upcoming stars, Henry Saiz. This was followed by another stunning production, 'Ballroom', later in that year.
The mighty 'Esperanza' was a highlight once again this summer when it was remixed twice, by Umbral Aguir and Sistema, for John Digweed's Structures mix album. Now Guy J returns with a highly anticipated, brand new double-header for Bedrock. Whether you go for the energetic genius of 'Heliscope' or the lush, laid-back beauty of 'Easy As Can Be', there can be no denying that Guy J is one of the stand-out electronic artists in the world today.
Guy J has emerged over the course of the last few years to represent an intrinsic part of the Israeli dance music juggernaut that has been steadily powering through clubland in recent times. Along with fellow countrymen Guy Gerber, Sholmi Aber, Chaim and Gel Abril, Guy has been at the forefront of a movement back towards the melody rich sounds on which House music is based. Guy's productions, with their driving beats, shimmering synths and journey-like qualities, embody characteristics from all sub-genres of House music. Guy J creates music that is brimming with soul and the Heliscope EP is testament to that.