Experimental at times, but always matured and versatile, Jon has remained a highly consistent producer and DJ across almost any strand of electronic music for well over a decade. Constantly adapting and evolving, Jon has never been afraid of making music sealed with a stamp entirely of his own.
For Jon Rundell 2013 has been one of the busiest years of his career. Working harder than ever as international DJ, acclaimed producer, in-demand remixer and record label boss, the last 12 months have seen him go full throttle and reap the rewards of what relentless hard work, determination and skillfulness can bring.
Whilst continuing to deliver a whole host of stellar productions, Jon kicked off the year teaming up with Carl Cox to mix ‘Pure Intec 2’, the long-awaited follow up to 2004’s ‘Pure Intec.’ Critically acclaimed and capturing the advanced Techno sound that the imprint boasts today, Jon mixed the second part of the compilation, showcasing brand new tracks from some of Intec’s finest DJs.
Jon’s music has won wide support across the dance world, being played by stalwarts of the scene like Richie Hawtin, Loco Dice, Adam Beyer, Dubfire, Nic Fancuilli and Joris Vorn. He’s also been in huge demand for his remixing skills, working with everyone from Moby (‘Walk With Me’), Carl’s last album (‘All Roads Lead To The Dancefloor’) Paul van Dyk (‘In Between’) and Fatboy Slim & Riva Star Jon has even turned in a Latin Gilles Peterson remix, whilst his other reworks have appeared on the likes of Bush, for whom Jon’s remix of ‘Man Alive’ by Devilfish helped the track reach the No1 spot in Beatport’s Techno chart for eight weeks and a hugely impressive No2 in the main chart. Another fine moment for the underground productions of Jon’s.
Alongside all this, Jon still wins acclaim for his DJ sets. Throughout his career he’s stuck to only playing music that he truly believes in, a decision that has worked in his favour, enabling him to play to more and more people each year.