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JULIAN JEWELL UNVEILS HIS FIRST SOLO RELEASE IN TWO YEARS WITH ‘YEAH/BASEMENT’ ON FACTORY 93

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Marking his return to the West Coast imprint following his remix of POPOF and Mauro Somm, the French talent delivers a pair of blistering techno efforts showcasing his renowned powerful style, you can check out the EP now!

Born in the South of France, internationally acclaimed DJ/producer and label boss Julian Jeweil has remained a constant figure of the modern techno landscape. A regular atop of the Beatport charts for well over a decade, with a slew of releases via leading imprints from Cocoon and Minus through to Drumcode and Figure, plus his own Form imprint, his signature style of impactful, driving and propulsive techno has also seen him remix electronic icons such as Moby. Returning to Factory 93 following his recent remix of POPOF and Mauro Somm’s ‘Welcome To The Future’ in February, the Frenchman steps out solo with his first solo release in two years as he drops his two-tracker ‘Yeah/Basement’.

Launching straight into the action is lead cut ‘Yeah’, a menacing and high-octane offering combining pulsating bass patterns and swirling synths above heavy-hitting kicks – all accented by hooky vocal interjections. In contrast, ‘Basement’ is looser while still keeping the energy levels high as flickering, spacey leads ebb and flow amongst the metallic tones and further hefty percussion hits as Jeweil delivers two heavyweight productions set to make a significant impact on dancefloors.

Check out the new tracks here!

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