Jordan X has been DJ’ing since the age of 11. Having performed his first gig, standing on beer crates, to a capacity crowd of 2000 clubbers alongside Radio One Superstar Fergie In Newcastle, whilst being filmed for the BBC for a Documentary called “SUPER DJs.” Jordan has went on, to encompass gigs ranging from 3000 capacity Superclubs in England with Radio One, to small dark underground clubs in his home country of Northern Ireland.
Being recognized through Radio One’s Young DJ Search as one of the freshest young dance DJ talents in the UK, playing his energetic techy style perfectly complimented by home-made production, fresh CDR material and acapellas. Jordan has also received compliments from such industry guru’s such as Radio One’s DAVE PEARCE- Who claimed on his Dance Anthems that he was “Absolutely Blown Away” by Jordan and also by fellow Northern Irish DJ FERGIE who listed Jordan in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs Poll 2004 as “Best Warmup DJ”…
Club-wise, Jordan has played such English venues as the IKON Superclub chain, in areas such as Bournemouth, Newcastle, Maidstone, Perth and Coventry, and in his homeland- nights such as SUBCULTURE, FRESH and CLUB MATRIX in places such as Belfast, Derry, Dungannon and Bangor.
On 24th April 2004, Jordan made his first Radio one Appearance. As Fergie’s show launched the start of the “One Big Weekend” Festival, live from Belfast- Gleave Dobbin, Chris Davis, Boyd Sleator and Jordan X were the DJ’s in the studio. The 2-hour show was broadcast live across the UK on 97-99FM- The UK’s National- Jordan’s first Radio appearance.
Having since gone on to feature on an hour long show on Galaxy FM’s NuBreed slot with Trance Supremo’s RILEY & DURRANT, Jordan was Galaxy’s Youngest Ever NuBreed Artist, performing a 30 minute hotmix alongside some of his own favourite tracks of the moment and classics of days gone by.
2005 is already looking bright with dates lined up right through the summer, including the Radio One DJ Final and Jordan X Debut Release, engineered by Tidy Trax Recording Artist PAUL MADDOX set to be complete during the month of July.
“He’s the wee man who Can” – FERGIE 2004
“I was absolutely blown away!” – DAVE PEARCE, live DANCE ANTHEMS 2005
“Jordan rocked, anyone who books him won’t be disappointed!” – SUBCULTURE PROMOTIONS- 2005
“Jordan’s [has] unique musical style, combined with his amazing technical ability” – SUNDAY LIFE CLUBLIFE 2005
“The guy is on fire! He’s got big name support, plenty of production work under his belt and with increasingly regular international appearances, I can see him going a very long way!” – JOEY M [MOST WANTED UK/ PUKKA UP RESIDENT]
“…..One of the youngest and most exciting talents in UK dance music at the present time, Jordan’s enthusiastic outlook personifies his lovable and proactive nature. Versatility, flair, technique and coming highly recommended from the likes of Fergie, it’s pleasing to see Jordan comes so far in such a short period of time. A definite certain for an anticipated interesting future!…” – DJGRH [GOODGREEF REGULAR/ TIDY TRAX RECORDING ARTIST/ 4CLUBBERS.NET]
Publication/TV Coverage: Documentary Super DJ’s- BBC 3 â 2004, Story on Newsline Regional News- BBC 1 â 2004, Live Mix Session on CBBC- BBC 1 â 2004, Rule the School TV Series- BBC 1 â 2004, Interview by Fergie- Radio 1 â 2004, Article on Jordan in Belfast Beat Magazine- 2004, Short review of upcoming Gig feat Jordan Sunday Life 04
2004, Article on Jordan in Radio One Competition in The Newsletter Newspaper 2004, Article in The Newsletter Newspaper- 2005, Interview on FreshClubbing.net â 2005, Pictures on DancePics.co.uk – 2004/05, Full Page Article on Jordan in Clublife Section Article- Sunday Life â 2005, Profile on Niteclubbers.net â 2005, Interview on Clubbingireland.net- 2005, Profile on Harderfaster.net â 2005, Interview on 4Clubbers.net â 2005, Interview on Niteclubbers.net â 2005, Article on Jordan for Radio One Final in Newsletter Newspaper -2005
Radio Coverage & Mixes: NuBreed on Galaxy FM, CarrickMix, StormMusic, BC Radio 1, Pure Adrenaline Radio- Pa-radio, Kix FM 96.2, CIFM