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Making his debut with 'Assimilate' on Viper's Annual 2019 and hotly followed by recent single 'Utopia/Reset' earlier this spring, Viper's newest exclusive signing Jack Mirror is back in a big way with two brand new tracks on the prestigious imprint.

Celebrating 15 years at the forefront of drum & bass music, Viper is a label that has always prided itself on discovering the freshest talent, and Jack Mirror has been a welcome addition to the ever-growing Viper family since Futurebound first heard his demos last year.

Sitting alongside names like formidable scene veteran Cyantific, funk masters Dossa & Locuzzed, Belgian king Murdock, and fellow new signees Giganti & Millbrook, there's no questioning Jack Mirror's productions are a perfect addition to the evolving sound of Viper.

'This Lie' delivers an eerie opening, furthering the dystopian imagery surrounding the Jack Mirror brand. Industry favourite Voician's vocals add to the power exuding from the track as Jack Mirror masterfully builds suspense with every note. Loud, bold, and unapologetic, the track is a formidable dancefloor weapon with a heinous edge that is sure to have all eyes set on the budding producer.

The flipside of the single, 'Pressure', shows us Jack Mirror's more technical side, painting a considerably darker picture than its vibrant counterpart with booming basslines, menacing drums, and an ominous ambiance set to leave nothing but utter carnage in its wake - this one's not for the faint of heart!
Continuing to build his own signature sound, Jack Mirror has certainly proven he is one to watch, and there's no questioning why label boss Futurebound was so keen to have him join the Viper family.