Real Name:
Dylan J. Nathan
Jega is the recording name of Dylan J. Nathan, a Manchester born electronic musician and 3D designer. Nathan has released records on Planet Mu, Matador and Skam records. Nathan produces all the music and artwork for his releases.Nathan was a teenager during the formative Madchester music scene, experiencing the Hacienda nightclub and Factory records wave first hand. Nathan received his pilots license at 16. His first computer was a Sinclair ZX Spectrum.

Jega Discography Tracks


Jega - Spectrum album art Jega Spectrum (Album) Planet Mu, Planet Mu UK 1998 Sell This Version
Jega - Geometry album art Jega Geometry (Album) Planet Mu, Planet Mu UK 2000 Sell This Version
Jega - Variance album art Jega Variance (Album) Planet Mu UK 2009 Sell This Version
Jega - 1995 album art Jega 1995 (Album) Skam UK 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Jega - Phlax album art Jega Phlax (EP) Skam UK 1996 Sell This Version
Jega - Card Hore album art Jega Card Hore (EP) Skam UK 1997 Sell This Version
Jega - Type Xer0 album art Jega Type Xer0 (EP) Planet Mu, Planet Mu UK 1998 Sell This Version
Jega - Postcard / Untitled (Funky Track) album art Capitol K / Jega Capitol K / Jega - Postcard / Untitled (Funky Track) Planet Mu UK 1999 Sell This Version
Jega - Quincy's Lunch / Move Ur Body album art 808 State / Jega 808 State / Jega - Quincy's Lunch / Move Ur Body (Single) Slut Smalls UK 1999 Sell This Version
Jega - Unity Gain / Hard Love album art Jega / Kid Spatula Jega / Kid Spatula - Unity Gain / Hard Love (Single) Planet Mu, Planet Mu UK 1999 Sell This Version

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February 16, 2018
An absolute idm breakbeat/electro master. ALL of his releases are classics. I've been on many a mind excursion with his first two albums. Geometry is best for contemplation and ego dissolve, pure unique expression. Spectrum is an epoch into abstract/hiphop/jungle/ambient/electro/experimental lands. All totally vinyl worthy grabbers.


April 11, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
This gentleman is a total madman, from the album design to the aural aesthetic -- like robotech meets robocop on acid, as experienced during a free fall rollercoaster drop. The 12" Type Xer0 is probably my favorite.

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