Near Rotterdam in the Netherlands there is a small town called Barendrecht. It is here where Jordan Jay began his path into the exciting electronic music world. It’s been over 4 years now since his beginning, and he hasn’t looked back since.
Like most producers, Jordan Jay’s foray into music production includes tons of experimental works. His style comes out as groovy progressive house, but with lots of melodic stuff in the works, it’s difficult to put one label on his music. His biggest hits to date have been a rework of Kryder and Tom Staar’s ‘Jericho’ which has received huge success and support from the likes of Ummet Ozcan and Promise Land.
“I’ve experimented with dubstep, house and everything in between. This was great because this way I could figure out what my true sound should be”
Jordan Jay’s DJing life has been largely around his native country, spinning at local areas such as 013 (Tilburg), Club Poema (Utrecht) and a brief trip into Belgiam at LuXXX. Focus has been largely in the studio, where he’s been working on some exciting projects, both personal and collaborated. Some huge ones are in the works with the likes of Charlie Ray, Spencer Tarring and Simon Alex.
“The most important aspects of a track for me personally are the flow and the groove. They keep you going on the dancefloor.”
Producing music for 4 years has taught Jordan Jay a lot. He’s been able to find and develop his style, perfecting it and delivering something a crowd could love. He’s also learnt that the most important thing in the industry is networking. No matter where he travels to, he meets people, and stays connected with them. The right connections can lead him to the right tools necessary to spread his success on a wider scale.
Check out Jordan Jay, and be sure to follow on his socials for all the latest! Big things are coming his way!