India Jordan - For You
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TheTourist90
75
I could listen to the new 1975 album or Gunna album, but... There's some dude who released an EP full of house bangers, sorry this is honestly more worth listening to those album, (or at least I think so.) This isn't anything revolutionary, but it's still incredibly fun, these songs go on for 5 minutes and are a bit repetitive, but never did I get old of these songs. So yeah, this was a nice treat that I recommending checking out
orangedroog65
70
First off, who drops an ep on a Wednesday? Second off, this is surprisingly good. It makes me wanna dance even though it may not be the most inventive music of the year. Digging this India Jordan!
NTTR
60
India Jordan - For You

Genre: House
Country: UK

Final Verdict: Good EP

Highlight: Emotional Melodical

Made me think of:
Amon Tobin
The Chemical Brothers
KAYTRANADA
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Primate_CAM
80
This EP is full of house bangers, and does not let the energy diminish throughout its 30 min. run. There are some songs in here that are little more abstract that focus atmosphere with wooshing synth sounds and interesting progression, whoever it does not feel like its moving forward in anyway, instead it is treading ground that has already been covered before, and at some points it might feel too repetitive. Nonetheless this EP is great and will be listening a lot more throughout this year, ... read more
mckunamatata
88
wow wish i'd discovered this sooner... those first 2 songs !!! incredible energy
KevinPopSlut69
78
It do be bopping tho.
Muratka
100
Wonderful notes of techno house.
DarthSenate66
70
The production is amazing on this EP. the quick and energetic vibe of it all is great and just makes you wanna dance. But the songs are way too long .
A1t3rTheFreak
77
yep...definitely good stuff here...thank God i caught this before i forgot.

'For You' is a very interesting project more than it's outright amazing (okay it has the goods too).

it starts off with the weird track that is "I'm Waiting (Just 4 U) which is kinda odd even though it's a pretty straightforward house song with interesting samples and decent production.

we then ascend to the certified banger that is "For You" which has some of the more interesting melodic and ... read more
PitchforkClone
80
The UK producer arranges classic dance tropes into a roadmap of euphoric self-actualization, creating some of the year’s giddiest, most assured electronic music.

All the best club music rests on the thrill of combustion. Fusing opposing elements and watching sparks fly is what keeps dance culture alive and kicking today, even when there appears to be limited fresh ground to break. London-based, Doncaster-born India Jordan is, alongside compatriots Finn and Anz, part of a new alliance of ... read more
90
holy shit where did this come from
jeetygt
75
What definitely sells this EP for me are the nimble, smooth progressions throughout each track. They make the entire project feel like a unique and refreshing blast, because there's something new happening at every moment and around every corner. Pretty solid listen in this style, I think! The title track will probably stay in my rotation for a long while.
rich1977
71
*big smile*
80
Immaculate House bangers mixed with thoughtful deep cuts. Probably will end up being one of the best House releases of the year.
SonicDiscovery
77
U.K. electronic producer makes a promising debut with her EP For You. The project displays a broad range of influences from the world of electronic music from the disco grooves of opener “I’m Waiting (Just 4 U)” to the infectious house of the title track and the fast pace trance rhythms of “Rave City” and “Westbourne Ave”. This EP gives us just enough quality tracks to leave us anticipating what India Jordan might bring on a full LP.

Favorite Tracks: ... read more
nlogax
73
I'm not even a big fan of house but the production is really great, you can see they really care for details and flow, although tracks could be a bit shorter. Fun record overall.
BonoLightier
76
It can get a bit repetitive, but it is precisely in those repetitions that we got lost in their magic
Milz
65
Lots of good ideas here but some songs can get really repetitive.
Overall this ep would be more enjoyable if the songs were a little shorter.
NR
Not a significant change of the formula from a lot of house/DnB artists. But what is aims to do it does very well.

Highlight upon first couple of listens is Westbourne Ave, a pristine piece of chilled DnB with great mixing between the quick hit hats and stretched out pads and samples layered on top of one another.

Definitely looking forward to what India can bring to the table with future single releases over the next year.
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