Judge Jules is a man who should need no introduction as he’s an experienced dance music campaigner, involved in everything from club nights to radio shows, After his new track recently dropped, it’s fair to say he’s pretty familiar with Paul van Dyk’s Vandit records discography.
Over the last few years’ tracks like ‘Collide’ (with Christina Novelli), ‘The Attack’, ‘Phenomenology’, ‘Fiber’ and others have all possibly left impressions on dancefloors across the world. Over the past few months, he’s been back in the studio creating his latest track, ‘Monte Carlo’, which finds him at his most pure, driven and out-and-out trancey. The track roars to life with echoing vocal harmonic loops, super-loud claps, toughened drums, stretched, delayed FX and chords, with pads-laden highs. With quick drops and just as fast kick-drum bring-backs, the track walks the cooler line between melodic bliss and rocking euphoric! It came out this month and should do well for the Judge. © justaweemusicblog.com