This young producer from The Netherlands (4th of October 1994, Groningen) has been active since late 2009 and made the step from small labels to the bigger players before the end of 2010.
He already managed to create himself a good fundemental discography with releases findable on labels like Infrasonic, Anjunabeats, and now also Enhanced, kicking off on this label with his debute EP “For That Special Girl / Just An Emotion”.
Unknown to most of the people until is hit remix of André Glensks “Polish Pierogi”, Jordin is now fastly becoming a resident, and supports of his tracks from A-list DJs can be expected for every single release. Early 2010 he also had the honour to get his remix of the legendary “Larry Mountains 54” be compiled on Anjunabeats Volume 8, which gave his name a huge boost. His EP on Enhanced is moving on with the waves it caused and will be followed by more very promising originals and remixes.
His trademark sound must be the combination of an uplifting Trance base with various progressive elements through it. "It’s just great when you post some samples on the internet, and people are like “hey, I recognise this. Sounds like Juventa!”.
Jordin’s main objective is to provide his listeners with quality and emotional music. The genre doesn’t matter, since Trance isn’t the only style this guy is producing.
“Sometimes I just feel like I have to make something completely different. The result can be a track like “Ruby” or “Attained Dreams”, two Lounge-styled tracks that were featured on a compilation called “Lounge Top 100”, which was compiled by Cloud9 Music (Who are also my publisher by the way). I also do Breaks sometimes, and if I’m in the mood some firm Progressive can be the final product too. You’ll hear an example of that on Enhanced Progressive soon enough!"
Being busy producing for such a long time, Jordin has recently started to build on a DJ career too. "Being such a rapidly growing producer gives you a huge advantage for bookings. I’ve barely touched any CDJs yet and I’m already assured of a gig next summer and a place on shortlists for several other big events.
Thanks to my producing experience I reckon it’s also a lot easier to learn to DJ. I know my music, the sense for rhythm is there and I have the (sometimes annoying) ability to listen to music in a plain technical way.