Martin Garrix

Julian Jordan reveals he and Martin Garrix are back in the studio


After a long lasting friendship that ignited whilst studying together, Julian Jordan and Martin Garrix are working together again. Talking recently with Billboard, Jordan explained how their time at the Herman Brood Academy allowed them to both study and work together. Hitting the scene around the same time and dropping huge tracks like ‘BFAM‘ and ‘Welcome‘, the duo have always provided exciting prospects when it comes to productions, so whatever spirals from this could be phenomenal.

Whilst Julian Jordan has continued to release, his tracks have somewhat lacked the impact that they once had. This could be due to trialling slightly different styles in an attempt to broaden his horizons. However, it is unquestionable that Jordan’s quality has maintained its consistency and any release is worth keeping an eye on. Garrix is similar in that respect where his consistency has never lacked. Though he has trialled different sounds, the Dutchman has continued to peak at the very top, and his future bass influx mixed with the future house sound that he has used so well, alongside his progressive tracks, has kept him very much as one of the worlds biggest. The idea of these two artists working together is worth waiting around for, as Julian Jordan says that they are “working on something HUGE”. Keep your eyes on this one!





Lewis is a 21 year old writer and editor for We Rave You based in the UK. Since joining the team in 2018, Lewis has brought exclusive interviews with the likes of CamelPhat and Third Party to the WRY readers, and worked on collaborative projects with Anjunabeats, Kryder/Sosumi Records, and the recently launched We Rave You Magazine. He is also an active DJ and producer, playing sets across the UK and at Tomorrowland in 2019, and works collaboratively with fellow editor Jake Gable to run renowned UK company The EVENT. An advocate for the #ProgIsAlive movement, Lewis continues to bring cutting edge music content through his own sounds and his contributions to We Rave You.

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