Listen: JC Ordonez ‘Jungle’ and ‘Groovy Girl’ Remixes
A favorite at Mix 247 EDM, bass house DJ and producer JC Ordonez has been keeping busy in his Miami studio pumping out two new remixes for ‘Jungle’ and ‘Groovy Girl.’
This past fall NOIZU released his ‘Jungle’ EP on Tchami‘s label Confession. The track’s head bobbing uptempo vibes and heavy bass lines instantly draw in any house lover. JC Ordonez recently released his ‘Jungle’ remix that features deep bass lines that immediately perks up your ears.
He’s also put his bass signature on fellow South Florida natives Burn1, TechNeekz and Takshak‘s dance track ‘Groovy Girl.’ These artists draw inspirations from several well-known dance and house DJs labels like Confession, Dirtybird and This Ain’t Bristol that feature heavy bass lines and contagious dance beats.
JC Ordonez wrapped up his college career at Florida International University this past December and recently traveled to Amsterdam for Amsterdam Dance Event that features more than 2,200 artists from around the world performing in 120 of the best clubs in the city. In 2017 the festival attracted 395,000 festival visitors from over 90 countries marking it the world’s biggest club festival.
ADE also plays on as a music conference offering various tracks and is the annual business and inspiration platform for those in the field of electronic music. It features dedicated programming for business professionals, start-ups, aspiring producers and musicians, students, VJs, visual artists and stage designers. This past year, the conference welcomed 550 speakers and 7200 representatives of the worldwide electronic music industry.
His recent remixes of ‘Jungle’ and ‘Groovy Girl’ are only two of many projects he’s been able to work on in the past year. Some of our personal favorites include his original track ‘‘Overtown‘ on UK-based record label Midnineties and ‘JuneSki.’
Can’t wait to see what 2018 has in store for this young DJ and producer. While you’re here, check out JC Ordonez‘s remixes of ‘Jungle’ and ‘Groovy Girl.’ Let us know what you think!