1. This Is Going Down The Wrong Path
2. I Will Say It Again
3. Spectrum, ADD And Dyslexia
4. That’s Not What I Meant
5. Mostly Misunderstood

Helsinki, Finland – April 5th, 2024 marks the release of “EP 1,” the instrumental debut EP from Helsinki-based multi-instrumentalist, producer, mixer, and mastering engineer Jonas Verwijnen. Set to be unveiled on Kaiku Records, this EP is a compelling narrative that ventures into Jonas’s perception of the world through the prism of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), attention deficit disorder (ADD), dyslexia, and the frequent misinterpretations in social interactions that accompany these conditions.

With a distinguished career that spans working as an engineer for the illustrious Colin Stetson and producing the celebrated album for Liima on 4AD Records, Jonas’s expansive experience in the music industry enriches his solo venture. “EP 1” is a testament to his artistic depth, showcasing his ability to weave intricate soundscapes that resonate with listeners on a profound level.

This instrumental EP traverses the intricate dynamics of ASD, ADD, and dyslexia, employing a rich tapestry of sounds to articulate the complexities and beauties found within these experiences. Through five evocative tracks, Jonas invites listeners to step into his shoes, offering an intimate glimpse into the world as he sees and feels it.

From the explorative melodies of “This Is Going Down The Wrong Path” to the reflective tones of “Mostly Misunderstood,” each piece on the EP narrates a different aspect of Jonas’s journey. The EP not only serves as a musical exploration but also as an instrument of awareness and conversation around neurodiversity, aiming to bridge understanding and empathy through the universal language of music.

Jonas Verwijnen’s “EP 1” is more than just a collection of tracks; it is a bold declaration of identity and an invitation to perceive the world through a different spectrum. Join him on this musical odyssey and experience the profound narratives encapsulated within each note and rhythm.