Attention//Please Presents: Jordan (Nocturne, Turbo Records)
🍀 The Berkeley Suite
🍀 3rd September
🍀 £5 before midnight/£7 after
Up next we have one of Ireland’s brightest new talents who has been honing his productions, and was one of the recent AVA boiler rooms heros… the bold Jordan!
Holding down his weekly residency at Belfast’s The Night Institute, Jordan has gained a reputation as a peoples DJ whose sole focus is combining his records with the dance floor. In 2016 he launched his own imprint, Nocturne Music with the release of his EP, “Killing Mockingbirds”, remixes coming from Adesse Verssions, as well as Borrowed Identity. It wasn't long till Thump, DJ Mag, XLR8R and Ransom Note acclaimed the record, with the vinyl in stores across Europe. This high-level of production gaining him notoriety from the likes of Tiga, Luke Solomon and Derrick Carter, who all snapped the tracks upon their release on Turbo Records/ the Classic Music Company respectively. On the decks Jordan has played at iconic venues such as The Mint Warehouse and the Cosmic Ballroom, as well as hosting the likes of Gerd Janson, Move D and Session Victim… Going forward keep em' peeled for his next release. It is a pure rocket. Titled: Apogee, being released on the new DJ Haus compilation with Defected records.
Other records have included “Coupe de Grace”, “Different Strokes” and “La Vie” which have been mainstays of our resident’s sets, and are all worth checking out. What is left to say is we’ve wanted to get him over to Berkeley for quite some time, and we are happy to announce the man is hell bent on causing a right knee’s up for us! Just like he did at the recent AVA boiler room… see youtube.com/watch?v=xj_oAKIU1LY
On the night residents Keyden & Kopka will be on the warm up providing the unique mixture of disco, techno and eclectic house that A/P is known for.
Trust the hype on this one… Jordan: soundcloud.com/jordannocturne
Keyden & Kopka: soundcloud.com/user-731831938
£5 before midnight/£7 after.
18+ only, ID required upon entry. Doors 11PM — 3AM
Artwork by Moona Paldanius