Since the “Kangaroo” came hopping into our music libraries, we’ve been craving more of Julian Jordan’s young, fresh sound. Funny thing about Jordan — at only 17 years old, his productions hit harder and rougher than what you would expect from a high schooler. Julian has now teamed up with fellow teen prodigy and long time friend for “BFAM,” also known as ‘Brother From Another Mother, where his edgy electro pumps past melodic interludes for a well rounded offering. Composed of juxtaposing elements, this rookie-on-rookie collaboration features windy synths, chugging progression, and a down-winding drop. Take a look into the future and claim “BFAM” for yourself available on Beatport via Spinnin’ Records.
Anyone in the mood for another pair of teenage Dutch producers? Julian Jordan, who first stormed onto the scene by collaborating with Sander van Doorn on “Kangaroo,” has teamed up with Martin Garrix to preview the progressive-meets-electro house bomb, “BFAM (Brothers From Another Mother).” The finished product offers progressive synth leads, a whiny bassline, and a stuttering, down-winding sidechain drop. The official video features footage of the underage duo destroying dancefloors at Privilege Ibiza and raging harder than your average seventeen-year-olds. Check it out and stay tuned for the November 12th release via Spinnin’ Records.