Julian Jeweil Unleashes Hard-Hitting Techno EP “Yeah/Basement”

Julian Jeweil
Julian Jeweil

Berlin-based DJ and producer Julian Jeweil has released a new two-track Techno EP called “Yeah/Basement” on the Factory 93 label. The hard-hitting release showcases Jeweil’s signature pounding grooves and mastery of percussion.

The first track “Yeah” starts off light before building to a huge kick drum and chanting vocal samples repeating “yeah” across dramatic builds and heavy drops. It has an uptempo, high-energy flow perfectly timed for making moves on the dancefloor.

Basement” takes things in a darker direction, fusing an underground sound with a distorted vocal intoning “ready for the drum” over acidic synths, reverb and stripped-back yet effective percussion. While the two tracks have a similar dramatic structure, “Basement” represents the EP’s deeper, more hypnotic side.

Jeweil is a major force in the Techno scene, with multiple Beatport chart-toppers since the early 2000s. His unique approach blending melodies with darker sounds has earned support from Techno legends like Joseph Capriati, Pan-Pot and Deadmau5. He is a regular at events for influential labels like Drumcode.

With an emphasis on huge basslines and percussive grooves, “Yeah/Basement” looks primed to make a major impact at festivals and clubs around the world this summer. Catch Jeweil at events like the Loveland Festival in August, or experience the “Basement” sound for yourself by picking up the new EP.