Expect the unexpected when you’re dealing with Jim Justice. He always looks further ahead in time when it comes to music. His tracks can be recognized by solid kicks, strong drives, sparking basslines and lots of modulated synthesizer madness.
Jim has a broad intrest in pretty much every style that contains what he likes to call dark energy. Think of styles like Hardtrance, Hardstyle, Schranz, Techtrance, Dubstep, Drum ‘n Bass & Hip Hop just to name a few.
This resulted in an intresting journey in which he produced and DJ’ ed many different type of stylesvarying from Hardtrance, Hardstyle, Techno and everything in between. This resulted in early support from JP, Danny D, S.H.O.K.K and even Cor Fijneman.
After years of soulsearching all these influences found each other in a track he produced in 2010 called Maximum Modulation. This track bundled the forces of Hardtrance, Hardstyle, Hardtechno and Dubstep into one track resulting in an international floorfiller.
The response to this track was enormous. This track shook the grounds of all major festivals Including Defqon 1 and Dancevalley. It also aired on Kutski’s BBC1 radio show and was the tune of the week at Fausto’s crossover on Q-dance radio. His follow up track called Darkside Shook the harddance world again and received a 9 out of 10 stars rating in the DJ MAG.
Now just a couple of months, tracks and remixes later he is becoming a household name in the world of harddance. His tracks have been featured on numerous CD compilations including International Harddance sessions and Tidy Harddance anthems just to name a few. His tracks get supported by all big players in the harddance community worldwide Including Fausto, Phil York, Kutski, Lisa Lashes Louk, Nomad, Wragg Log:one and Klonez Just to name a few.
Jim’s releases are highly anticipated and labels line up to get their tunes remixed by this rising star. Up to now his tracks and remixes have been released on Expand digital, Joyride recordings and lately he has been signed to the mighty Excessive records label.
2010 was a great studio year for him. 2011 will be the year that Jim will show his face to the world performing at many major festivals to come. be on the lookout for him, there’s a fat chance he might destroy a dancefloor near you really soon!