Leslie Jones

RSTRCTD artist of the first hour, Leslie Jones started his musical career as a singer/mc in a cover band.
While Electronic Dance Music (EDM) started to grow more and more fame, he did not hesitate to embrace it.

In the hay days of this period Leslie came back to his electronic dance music roots. Where old software like Fast Tracker was quickly replaced with the likes of Rebirth, Fruity Loops, Reason, Ableton and Cubase.
Ending up with the DAW that suited his needs he teamed up with James Dan to their first joint venture called ProtoCult.
Big beats with game like element synths were combined to create explosive pieces such as Exiztence.

It wasn't until 2007 when James Dan and Leslie Jones thought about the RSTRCTD concept.(Trying to make do with the means you have in front of you.)
While sprouting too many ideas in Ableton Live, James Dan reintroduced Leslie Jones with his love for turntabels and vinyl.
It was quickly after this introduction that the duo went to record their first back 2 back DJset, called "Restricted Sessions - Private Minimal".

This led to the epic four episodes of the "Progressional Education" installment, all were based in the genre Progressive House.
At the last episode Leslie Jones came back to his love and natural habit for selecting prime deep house/tech house and techno tunes.

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RSTRCTD artist of the first hour, Leslie Jones started his musical career as a singer/mc in a cover band.
While Electronic Dance Music (EDM) started to grow more and more fame, he did not hesitate to embrace it.

In the hay days of this period Leslie came back to his electronic dance music roots. Where old software like Fast Tracker was quickly replaced with the likes of Rebirth, Fruity Loops, Reason, Ableton and Cubase.
Ending up with the DAW that suited his needs he teamed up with James Dan to their first joint venture called ProtoCult.
Big beats with game like element synths were combined to create explosive pieces such as Exiztence.

It wasn't until 2007 when James Dan and Leslie Jones thought about the RSTRCTD concept.(Trying to make do with the means you have in front of you.)
While sprouting too many ideas in Ableton Live, James Dan reintroduced Leslie Jones with his love for turntabels and vinyl.
It was quickly after this introduction that the duo went to record their first back 2 back DJset, called "Restricted Sessions - Private Minimal".

This led to the epic four episodes of the "Progressional Education" installment, all were based in the genre Progressive House.
At the last episode Leslie Jones came back to his love and natural habit for selecting prime deep house/tech house and techno tunes.

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