At just 19 years old, Juventa has been steadily rocking his way into the industry with his hugely successful marriage between Trance and Progressive House. 2014 proved to be a phenomenal year for the Dutch star, growing a dedicated fan base of artists and fans alike following the release of the Culture Flow EP. Jordin Post [Juventa] rang in the New Year with his 5 track EP Kinetica, which has already gained massive support from Tritonal, Hardwell, Paul van Dyk, Nicky Romero, Gareth Emery, Ferry Corsten, Dyro and many more.
All and None sets the tone as the intro to the journey of Kinetica with atmospheric measures, a soft and steady progression with tantalizing basslines and distant chopped synths rumbling throughout, dropping you into the second chapter of SHWDWN. Perfectly composed with electro influences, this track is widely recognized by the DJ elite world wide. The build continues as we close out SHWDWN and find ourselves in the appropriately named Torque.
Full of Juventa's signature elements, Torque reminds us that there really are no boundaries to his craft -- you want bass? You got it. Strings? Sure, throw it in. You are guaranteed to hear this track over the festival masses this summer. You may have heard the next track on the Enhanced Sessions -- Woolloomooloo is the climax of the EP with its insatiable FX throughout, accompanied by the artists traditional flexing basslines. Just as quickly as we came up, the outro steadily brings us down with Waking, a truly unique piece of art and an outstanding way to end the story of Kinetica.