From one-to-watch to leader of the pack, Julian Jordan’s rapid ascent through the dance music world has been something to behold. It’s no surprise given the fresh quality of his productions, which always surprise and delight in equal measures. Not beholden to tired formulas or following the latest trend, he instead paves his own way with innovative rhythms, atypical riffs and endlessly inventive production.
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From one-to-watch to leader of the pack, Julian Jordan’s rapid ascent through the dance music world has been something to behold. It’s no surprise given the fresh quality of his productions, which always surprise and delight in equal measures. Not beholden to tired formulas or following the latest trend, he instead paves his own way with innovative rhythms, atypical riffs and endlessly inventive production creating a typical Julian Jordan high energy sound.
With a nomination for Best Dutch Act at the MTV EMAs and joining the likes of Tiësto and Calvin Harris in holding a monthly residency at Las Vegas’ prestigious Omnia, he’s certainly earned his status as a sought-after DJ. Julian’s commitment to energetic and cutting-edge shows has made him a regular at world-leading festivals like Tomorrowland, Creamfields, and Ultra Miami, but also sent him on crazy summer tours playing stages at Sziget, Mysteryland, Lollapalooza and many more.
Having made his name with a slew of anthems on scene-leading labels like Spinnin Records, DOORN records and Revealed Recordings, he is now part of the STMPD RCRDS family and officially signed to Martin Garrix’s label. He has shown great diversity with his releases on the label, covering peak-time anthems and electronic pop, but also hard-hitting club tracks. Signed to STMPD, Julian already stirred things up from the very beginning by releasing hard-hitting tracks like ‘Bassline’ and ‘Next Level’, a perfect depiction of how Julian mastered the craft of producing cutting-edged bangers to establish his name definitively as biggest electro house artist at this moment.
The successful projects, record number of releases and his track ‘Oldskool’ staying number 1 on Beatport’s top 100 Electro House for 10 weeks, set the bar high for 2020. But with releases like ‘Oh Lord’ ft. Daijo, ‘Without You’, ‘Badboy’ and ‘Boss’ all securing the number 1 spot on Beatport’s top 100 Electro House, he definitely set the tone
for 2020 as well and took his characteristic sound to another level. 2020 also saw him claim the first place on Beatport’s overall Top 100 Electro House artists and #71 in the DJ Mag Top 100, the charts he even climbed in 2021 proving his #66 spot, which wasn’t’ a surprise as 2021 was just as promising with ‘Big Bad Bass’,‘The Box’ and ‘Let me be the one’, which already had 1 mln streams after just 5 days! But then we didn’t know what he had in store for us for the rest of the year, as he then became the first EDM artist ever to receive approval from the legendary eighties group “Tears for Fears” to remix the classic “Shout” which climbed the charts for several months worldwide. To round out the year in style with one of the industry’s biggest releases of 2021 ‘Diamonds’ together with Martin Garrix and Tinie Tempah. After Bfam, Welcome and Glitch already his fourth collaboration with Garrix.
2022 Has started just as promising with the sequel to Diamonds; ‘Thunder’. This solo track immediately grabbed both the #1 spot trending track and the #1 spot top newcomer for a week, just as “Sound of the bass” and “out of my mind” did. After releasing two collabs, one with biggest LDH star Alan Shirahama (“facts”) and the other again with Martin Garrix (Funk, which is already his fifth collaboration with Garrix), Jordan is now ready to bring that typical Hyper House music back to the mainstages. With “Rudeboy” and “Juice” as new releases the EP of Hyper House is a fact.
His advice to aspiring producers in 2022 is simple: be yourself. “Always try to create the music you want to create and don’t care too much about what other people say about your music. If it’s something that you are proud of that’s the only thing that matters, because you created it.” These wise words have served him very well indeed and given the upward trend of recent years, so a lot can be expected from Julian Jordan in 2022.
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