With a ‘Dope & Dirty’ state of mind, Jordy Dazz has the power to create music that best could be described as a mixture between heavy weight DJ Fedde Le Grand and übertalent Hardwell. Topping it all off with his innovative and refreshing sound and you get a fresh blend of a ‘BIG room’ tech-house monster DJ/producer, who is simply un-stop-able.
2011 turned out to be a year where the festival and club visitors couldn’t miss out on this “dazz” dj. Making his debut and joining no one less then Tiësto at the almighty Privilege on Ibiza in the 2011 summer season was one of the many highlights in 2011. Major festivals such as Dance Valley, HouseQuake Festival and Lakedance were the places where you could find Jordy spreading his best house beats over the crowd like a summer storm. In the ‘Dope & Dirty’ 2011 summer schedule of the proud Dutch man, gigs from Miami to Brighton, from Russia to South Korea and from Estonia to Ibiza filled his agenda.
In 2012 the trend will definitely run ahead having his schedule filled with big festivals and club events in The Netherlands. But also appearances for example in Miami, Poland, South-Korea and Ministry of Sound in London are just a few to start off a year where borders will fade and Jordy’s world of Dazz will expand.
The release of his übertrack ‘Lump’ early 2011 on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, gave Jordy a big push on an international level. Jordy continued this strong line upwards with productions on ‘top-notch’ labels such as Funkagenda’s Funk Farm Records, Spinnin’, Flamingo Recordings, and Black Hole Recordings. On remix duties, Jordy laid his hands on tracks of colleagues Fedde Le Grand, Chris Lake, ThreeSixty, Marcel Woods, Stretch & Vern, Moguai and Olav Basoski. The never-ending support on his tracks and remixes came from legends such as Tiësto, Fedde le Grand, Deadmau5, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, David Guetta, Markus Schulz, Hardwell, Axwell and Armin Van Buuren. With a wide range of pure bliss finished in the ‘Dope & Dirty’ studio, we can only advise to keep your eyes peeled and your ears opened.
Talking about ‘Dope & Dirty’: Dutch national FM station Slam FM is proud to host Jordy’s radioshow ‘Dope & Dirty’ every first Friday of the month. A show which perfectly reflects his taste and view on ‘Big Room’ music. His Dope & Dirty podcast is also available through SoundCloud.
Jordy Dazz formerly performed and produced as Jordy Lishious (until 2011). While being asked more and more on clubs and festivals abroad, a more smashing, short and catchy name fits with the new era Jordy is entering. So watch your back… while Jordy is here to spread the sound of DAZZ.