2 years ago
A SHORT INTERVIEW WITH SCOTT JONES – THE MAN BEHIND DELTASONIC’S VISUAL AESTHETIC
As much as the music, Deltasonic is known for creating its own visual identity, something that immediately suggests “that’s Deltasonic” capturing not just the vibe of the label but each individual act on the roster. Since 2001, Scott Jones has worked on the label’s artwork across packaging, print, digital and video in various guises, if it is Deltasonic Scott has had a hand in how it looks.
What drew him to work with the label? “They were at the epicentre of a great scene in Liverpool at that time which was exciting to be a part of,” he explains. “Deltasonic has always had a passion for developing emerging new bands, I think that this has contributed to how much the label is respected by artists and industry.”
Scott explained why the artwork always fits the act so well, “The label’s visual identity very much comes from the influences of the bands themselves, although there is a definite influence from other independent labels of the past like Factory and Mo Wax.”
“I have enjoyed working with all the bands I’ve been privileged enough to work with, but have had a great ongoing working relationship with The Zutons,” he added.
We also asked him how working with Bandtheme has helped them represent the label on their new label website.
“Bandtheme is a very versatile theme. Working with the support team I reconfigured some of the structure to allow a page for each band, which lets the label add all of the Bandtheme features for each of its artists when needed.”
To see what Scott created using Bandtheme, visit the new Deltasonic website.