A house music mainstay with over two decades of experience under his belt is turning over a leaf this Friday, October 4th. Before Junior Jack drops the Organic EP, however, EDM.com is proud to exclusively premiere one the tracks from the milestone effort.
Characterized by sharp synth stabs and an almost garage-reminiscent bass line, "Tweety" is a standout of the Organic EP. The single incorporates what works in the tech house popular at the moment and pairs it with elements that set it apart from what else is on the market.
Between early 2000s hits like "My Feeling," "E Samba" and "Dare Me (Stupidisco)," the Italian-born, Belgium-based Junior Jack (real name Vito Lucente) boasts undeniable dance music credentials. The Organic EP is the first of a series of sequel releases for the talent, meaning that fans of his well-rounded style should keep an ear to the ground for more.
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In the meantime, pre-order the Organic EP via Beatport ahead of its release tomorrow, October 4th.