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As a young label, Jaw Dropping Records is ever evolving. The most recent development being label boss Rachel Raw exploring her tendencies towards the harder and darker styles of electronic dance music. That's why this month's release is first taste of a newly polished Jaw Dropping sound. A perfect combination of melodic elements and heavy beats. And for that we found the perfect producers: Unseen. is a project formed last year by Adrian Barrin and Ryan Provost in Manhattan. Individually they had both already been successful. But their new collaboration is more than promising. The first name-giving track off their Missing Picture EP is dark and synth-heavy. A neo-trance production that puts Unseen. in the same league as Afterlife artists like Mind Against or Kevin de Vries. It's their moody melodies that seem to come with a perfect timing. Just when trancey sounds are on the rise worldwide. But there is something about this particular EP that makes it even more diverse than most other releases on the market with a similar profile. There is the slow and groovy minimalism that comes with Persona or the straight-forward intensity combined with a playfulness in the melody almost video game like that makes Missing Picture EP very special. But it doesn't stop here. As always, we tried to find a good match for Unseen. in order to provide the EP with an interesting remix. Mr. Bizz is a duo from Italy with releases on Cocoon, Sci+Tec, Octopus, Terminal M, Toolroom (yeah, exactly: you name the label they have been there) and a killer EP that was released a few months ago on Jaw Dropping's mother label Jannowitz Records. Their rework of Persona picks up the minimalistic melody of the Original track and weaves it into a net of tribal techno percussions, with a progressive kick-drum, striking hi-hats and subtle claves. A full-on mainroom filler ready for the dancefloors all around the globe.