In the reference number 118th of the Spanish label Awen Records, Jordan Gill presents his ‘Cataclysmic’ EP featuring three banging progressive house and melodic techno tracks with euphoric arps and driving basslines. The album focuses on providing dark elements with a sense of emotion to capture the audience’s attention. During the production process, Jordan was inspired through artists shaping the underground scene from the likes of Sean and Dee, Cristoph, Greg Ignatovich, and others. Jordan’s sound can be described as dark and heavy progressive house filled with high energy allowing his listeners to know exactly what they’re in for when anticipating a Jordan Gill release.
The EP title track, ‘Cataclysmic’, is a grimey, ominous melodic techno tune filled with layered arpeggio’s, hard hitting percussion, and a heavy, growling bassline that proves the track is dancefloor ready.
‘The Journey’ is the most melodic and emotional out of the 3 track EP. It starts off with a mysterious lead in the first drop and then builds into an epic breakdown with masterful chord progressions. It is very easy to understand how the track got its name..
‘White Lights’ is the final track in the EP and proves to be the most driving out of the three. With a hard cutting progressive edge, the track is full of rolling baselines, melodic leads, and a scary vocal sample adding a dark element.