Madeon may once have been the ultimate young blood on the European Dance Music circuit, but 16-year-old Dutch up and comer Julian Jordan seems set to redefine the standard of teenage protagonists indefinitely. Joined by likeminded Dutch duo and Martin Solveig worthy remixers TV Noise, formerly known as Les Bros, their collaborative effort for Spinnin Records makes for yet more big noise from the Netherlands.

Pitting impressive melodic leads alongside an affirmative build of heavy-set chords, ‘Oxford’ does not reflect its formal name in the slightest. In a grinding escapade of intense distorted synth work and stern beats, their Acid tinged Electro outing makes for a stunning example of modern Dance music. Proving themselves three of Europe’s fresher House assets, age has certainly not hindered on this eclectic Dutch explosion of formidable talent.

‘Oxford’ is set to be released on May 14th via Spinnin Records.

Words by Dan Carter

8 Comments to “Preview: Julian Jordan & TV Noise – Oxford [Spinnin]”

  • I’m the only one tired of hearing about more 12-18 year olds making house? Would rather go and see an 80 year old playing great house than a 15 year old…how old do you have to be to produce great house? 10 years old?

    Great track though.

  • Julian Jordon is one of my favorite ‘young’ producers after Rock Steady, and this track is deff living up to the hype of Rock Steady!

  • Seriously, This sounds so much like “Dyro – Magno” The entire energie/break/build is a copy

  • This song is so shitty, so tired of these kind of breaks. very bad song. he is not even talented this kid.

  • This song is so shitty, so tired of these kind of breaks. very bad song. he is not even talented this kid.

  • Haters gonna hate

  • @DAS: why don’t you make a better song get it signed to spinning’ and posted to beatmyday then?

  • Talented? Yes! Creative? No! Just like Vicktor said, a copy of Dyro – Magno. This one got better dist though. ;)

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