Browsing all articles tagged with Julian Jordan

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.

Beatport Link

Taking some time out from his collaborative affair alongside Sander van Doorn, aspiring Dutch chart-hopper Julian Jordan follows up Beatport #1 ‘Kangaroo‘ with a return to high-end remix duties. Amid a year that has already seen him gain heavy support from across the globe, Jordan joins the ranks of Ministry Of Sound to take on a single from longserving Brit DJ Fresh’s upcoming third studio album.

Swapping the lush drum and bass stylings of the original for his signature mixture of infectious melodic play and grinding Electro House, the 17-year-old Hollander dons his straight up big room Dance sound to RaVaughn’s uplifting voice for something that may lack in originality but shows little sign of staggering the production values for the sake of a fashionable flare.

iTunes Link

Taking some time out from his collaborative affair alongside Sander van Doorn, aspiring Dutch chart-hopper Julian Jordan follows up Beatport #1 ‘Kangaroo‘ for a return to high-end remix duties. Amid a year that has already seen him gain heavy support from across the globe, Jordan joins the ranks of Ministry Of Sound to take on a single from longserving British tunemonger DJ Fresh’s upcoming third studio album.

Swapping the lush drum and bass stylings of the original for his signature mixture of infectious melodic play and grinding Electro House, the 17-year-old Hollander dons his straight up big room Dance sound to RaVaughn’s uplifting voice with little sign of staggering the production values for the sake of a fashionable flare.

Out September 23 on Ministry Of Sound Recordings.

Between the multitude of career landmarks and consistent studio stamina, Sander van Doorn has proven something of an advocate to the balancing of iconic stature and forward-thinking music. Joined by his young Dutch protégé Julian Jordan, the duo embrace on the hotly anticipated first collaborative number for Doorn Records entitled ‘Kangaroo’.

Packing a cataclysmic energy aptly tailored to its name, the festival filling veteran and his fresh faced peer charge layer after layer of melodic lead work onto one of the heavier pieces of club fuel to emerge from the refined Progressive master within his affirmative career. Proving Jordan more than to be a one trick pony of the infamous Dance explosion, the track reigns in as indicative of the quality emerging from Europe’s younger contenders as it is promising to the future of their united cause.

Beatport Link

Words by Dan Carter

Between the multitude of career landmarks and consistent studio stamina, Sander van Doorn has proven something of an advocate to the balancing of iconic stature and forward-thinking music. Joined by his young Dutch protégé Julian Jordan, the duo embrace on the hotly anticipated first collaborative number for Doorn Records entitled ‘Kangaroo’.

Packing a cataclysmic energy aptly tailored to its name, the festival filling veteran and his fresh faced peer charge layer after layer of melodic lead work onto one of the heavier pieces of club fuel to emerge from the refined Progressive master within his affirmative career. Proving Jordan more than to be a one trick pony of the infamous Dance explosion, the track reigns in as indicative of the quality emerging from Europe’s younger contenders as it is promising to the future of their united cause.

‘Kangaroo’ will be released August 20th via Doorn Records.

Words by Dan Carter

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.

Julian Jordan & TV Noise – Oxford [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link

Words by Dan Carter

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

Facebook

Twitter