I. JORDAN’s ‘M1, M3’ Is A Salute To Late-Night Manchester

Out now on fabric ORIGINALS...

I. JORDAN has shared new up-tempo burner ‘M1, M3’.

The club culture figure dips into their love for Manchester on the track, which ramps up the beat while also providing something subdued. It’s a track of curious contradiction, with ‘M1, M3’ aimed at late night travel.

There’s a touch of burn out to the track, with I. JORDAN’s impeccable technical skills utilised to wrap layers of sound around that potent percussive engine.

Part of a two-track drop on fabric Originals, the release finds I. JORDAN and Sherelle united as one. Given a vinyl drop from February 24th, it offers something dynamic and challenging from two of the best around.

On the origins of ‘M1, M3’ I. JORDAN comments:

“M1 and M3 are the postcodes of the gigs I played that inspired this track. I had played three gigs in one December eve in Manchester and was feeling inspired by the energy so I made this on the train home the next day. I wanted to make something club ready that had big dramatic build ups and was also a reflection of my love for trance.”

Tune in now.

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