Jaydan's signature take on jump up turns heads in any set, and the new Journeys EP is no exception. Heavyweight vibes lace the six track collection and will be sure to keep even the hardest DnB heads going into the early hours.
The euphoric opening of 'Thrillseekers' sets the tone, quickly stepping into murkier territory with fat low-ends and screeching highs blended in with a stunning vocal hook. 'Late Night Drive' wades in deeper currents, an undeniable bass swell takes centre stage with the producer opting for the minimal route with maximum effect. Similarly the frantic bedlam of 'Lonely Days' seems just as effortless, a hint of the junglist bleeds through whilst still keeping the lid on a menacing bassline. 'Menace' equally smashes it and certainly one to look out for in the crates of the Playaz camp. '1952' reveals the true extent of Jaydan's production capabilities, an all together more laid back approach, jazz samples and down-tempo feel offer the perfect wind down after a heavy night. Last but definitely not least the Annix lads take the reins on 'The Driller Killer', their stamp the final touches to an affirmed stomper.