Signing his debut release to Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings and having since found supporters in Tiësto, Nicky Romero, Don Diablo, Dada Life, Diplo, Martin Garrix to name but a few, the exceptional talents of Julian Calor seem to be flourishing well above his years.
Yet not just a growing favourite amongst the dance music elite, Julian’s most has also begun infiltrating the download charts and radio airwaves. His new EP ‘Typhoon/Storm’, which first aired in Hardwell’s incendiary TomorrowWorld set and became one of the highlights of the 2 hour show, claimed the #1 spot in the Buzzchart in its opening week and later received playlist support by dance music don Pete Tong on his legendary BBC Radio 1 show, before breaking into the overall Beatport chart scoring a Top 3 placing in the progressive house chart and landing in the #9 position in the overall chart. Typhoon was also the most played track in the world through Mid-February to Mid-March 2014.
More support from Radio 1 came in the shape of his remix of Major Lazer’s ‘Watch Out For This’ which received heavy rotation on the network. But fresh faced at only 20, the Dutch native already has 7 years experience making beats in the studio. Something which looks set to stand him in good stead in the years to come..