Released: July 27, 2010
The first of 3 extended plays, "Rising Eon" is a preview of Jonathan Miller's new direction and return to the techno-pop genre. From beginning to end, the 5-song album takes place right where "This Summer Air" left off.
"Graduation" is the slamming electronic track about moving on and getting even with someone who has wronged you. "Universe" continues the theme of revenge and "If You're on the Same Level" is an up tempo dance-pop number perfect for the club scene.
The E.P. also features 2 updated versions of past Miller music as well. The 2010 Version of "Spirit" (taken from "This Summer Air") has been completely revamped into a techno track while still keeping the eeriness of the original. Jonathan sings of the loss of a loved one and echoes the sorrow and feeling of wishing they would return.
The 2010 version of "Intertwined" (the title track from Miller's debut album) keeps the original music with brand new vocals. The difference between the versions is tremendous and reflects Jonathan Miller's vocal growth in the three years since it's original release.
Overall, "Rising Eon" really represents the beginning of a period of growth for Jonathan Miller. For fans, this is a wonderful segway between "This Summer Air" and Miller's fourth studio album.
"Spirit (2010 Version)"