Label: House Music with Love
Release date: December 16
Jordan Arts hit new peaks of glory with his undeniable talent and knowledge in electronic music. – states Mixmag in their recent interview with a South African rising star.
The 25-year-old South African producer plays live guitars, synthesizers, and saxophone and sings on all his tracks. This fall he has been featured in a 4-page interview with Mixmag, by Beatport as one of the artists “On The Radar” and got to headline the Corona Sunset festival. Following a successful year of releases and gigs South African rising talent Jordan Arts debuted on our label with this EP – Don’t Look back.
Casper Cole’s remix of the EP’s first single Dreaming was immediately picked up by Spotify on their massive 800,000 followers Lowkey Tech playlist. The EP features an eclectic melodic remix by Blaufield’s Casper Cole. All Day I dream duo Flowers on Mondayjoin with a dreamy organic remix featuring a live violin by Deborah. Last but not least New York’s rising DJ starRïa Mehta joins the EP with her Peak hour Melodic Techno remix.
Jordan Arts have found great success this year with releases on Zehn Records, Purified Records, Steyoyoke, and now with Swedish tastemakers House Music With Love. Dreaming is about appreciating each day as if it were your last, all we have is today, so we need to make the most of it. Jordan, equipped with his saxophone, guitar, and synthesizers has seen much success with his live show, opening for acts such as Joris Voorn, Nora En Pure& Oliver Schories. With support from the likes of Black Coffee who featured Jordan’s collaboration with AfricaDeep in his “tribute to Virigl” mix on Spotify. It is clear that the 25-year-old has a bright future ahead of him in electronic music.