Hexagon family members Jordan Jay and JLV joined forces to create a dancefloor killer called ‘Movement’. After loads of other quality records, this track seems to be the perfect blend of their styles. ‘Movement’ stands out because of some refined and carefully chosen instruments. It sounds quite simple, but it contains a great rave vibe. We couldn’t resist putting our hands in the air while listening, it’s a straight party starter! Team ‘Movement’ can count on some massive support by big names in the scene like Fedde Le Grand, Promise Land and Dannic.
Jordan Jay made his appearance in 2016 on Showland Records with his collab with Charlie Ray. This young man already got attention from the major labels from the first moment he sent demos. Lots of big DJ’s played out his songs all over the world. Most of Jordan’s tracks are released on Future House Music and Hexagon, but he tries to distribute his music on other labels as well. Quite a good strategy because of the large number of possible listeners he can reach. This makes his brand grow best. Future House is becoming a more accessible genre and now he got many benefits from it. As a last comment, Jordan has to keep paying attention to which way he goes with his sound. It’s easy to create Future House these days. Looking at his discography, ‘Ricochet’ is our favourite and the most unique one. A possible hit! Hope he can create another magnificent record like that.
Release after release, JLV keeps delivering stunning music and deserves to be in the spotlights. Under the wings of Don Diablo, we hear enough potential to keep an eye on. From our perspective, it took some time to get used to his sound. ’Something Good’ gave us a tiny WTF moment, but the more tracks he released the more we started to appreciate his music. Very innovative. Especially ‘Cyber Heart’ was a bullseye-shot. JLV’s got many sounds in his range and all of his tracks are a pleasure to listen to. But a track like ‘Movement’ was missing in his collection and he’s got skills for a groovy twist. Artists like Magnificence, Maximals or FaderX are great examples to be inspired by.