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BeatsChannel Your Inner Baddie With Julian Jeweil’s ‘Yeah/Basement’ EP

Channel Your Inner Baddie With Julian Jeweil’s ‘Yeah/Basement’ EP

A true staple of the underground sound, French producer Julian Jeweil brings out the big guns in his latest release, Yeah/Basement. The two-track EP showcase Jeweil’s hard-hitting grooves and mastery of percussions. While partnering with Factory 93 for the release, this EP will resonate at festivals and clubs all over. If you need to break down new footwear, these songs will help you warm them up to wear them all night.

Yeah/Basement

Sometimes it is hard to choose a song that will start your night properly. Fear no more, as ‘Yeah’ will become your absolute party starter. From a light groove to impactful kicks, this song ought to attract more and more people to the dancefloor. The use of repetitive “yeah” hovers across the tracks with great buildups and sick drops. Moreover, the tempo has the perfect timing to make your dance moves explode in a seamless flow.

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Basement is a dynamic song that fuses the sound of the underground along with some fun and determined vocal. “Ready for the drum” repeats throughout the track as the acid and reverbs take over. The repetitive dynamic of the vocal complements the minimal yet effective percussions. The final result is a multi-dynamic experience that truly represents the underground. Both tracks have a similar structure and carry each other together very nicely. ‘Basement’ is the darker side of ‘Yeah.’ However, both songs hit the mark tremendously.

More About Julian Jeweil

The Berlin based DJ and producer is a force to reckon with. With multiple Beatport chart-toppers since the early 2000s, Julian Jeweil has impacted the Techno scene with his unique approach to Techno. Whether he uses melodies or darker synths to produce, the results are usually showstopping. Jeweil has garnered the support from legends, including Joseph Capriati, Pan-Pot, and Deadmau5. Most recently, he has appeared in multiple Drumcode events and released multiple tracks under the major label.

You can find Julian on his socials and places like Loveland Fest this August. But if you do not want to wait that long you can always bring it down to the basement… oh yeah.

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Published Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2024 18:02:47 +0000

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