Jon McMillion (aka “Wig Water Magic”) has been making electronic music for over an decade, always calling on a vast cache of sounds, styles,and techniques to flesh out his tripped-out aural sensibilities. Since recent acclaim (Pitchfork, The Stranger, Textura) for his debut artist album, The Jon McMillion LP on Seattle based label Nuearth Kitchen, McMillion has been steadily pumping out left-field, techno, and alt-house floor-fillers the world over (Orac, Adjunct, Sunset-Diskos, and more on Nuearth Kitchen). One part dance floor enthusiast, one part reclusive studio sorcerer, McMillion’s music has incredible range; the propensity to be very warmly progressive or coldly back-alley and alien. Most commonly known for diving into reverbed melodies housed around 4-4 kicks, shuffling claps and oddly balanced vocals, more often than not you’ll find him reaching for the whole span of your sound palette. However one chooses to classify his peculiar aesthetic, McMillion’s productions display many years or technical training and study, as well as a deep set passion for exploration and artistic expression.