There is little denying the abundance of young talent on the beat where European Dance music is concerned. Case in hand, 16-year-old Doorn protégé Julian Jordan unites with homeland peer Martin Garrix for a hotly tipped new release on Spinnin Records.

Already given a test by Pete Tong, ‘BFAM’ unites tough Electro edge and melodic progressions with considerable persuasion for such a young collaborative force. Dealing softly focused synths and uplifting pads from the outset, the tracks apex proves a grinding and mechanical get-up that echoes the energy of Dutch House music without bowing to its more oversubscribed hallmarks. Dropping at the final leg of a year that has screamed promise for both junior contenders, ‘BFAM’ is a strong nod to the quality Holland’s new school stars have brought to the equation of late.

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5 Comments to “Release: Julian Jordan & Martin Garrix – BFAM”

  • so amazing what kids can do with the help of audio engineers these days..

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  • so. i guess you can just call anything music nowadays. i’m not sayin i can do better. i’m not sayin this doesn’t have it’s audience. i’m sayin it’s just experimenting, like ‘hey what if i do this then this, now a bit you mr neverheardaboutyouguy’ and if it sounds new and has this ‘at first just in headphones ‘ feeling you can release it on spinnin rec.

  • fuck of hating on this track haha its sick!

  • Not feeling this

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