Julian Jeweil, a french artist based in southern France and Berlin, found his signature sound through his various productions and live sets, all characterised by a melodic style of techno.
The adventure begins in 2007 when he releases his first hit “Air conditionné” which quickly ranks #1 in Beatport sales. In 2010, Julian signs with two prestigious labels : Cocoon (Color EP) featuring Soho the #1 track of the techno top 100 and Plus 8 Records (Babou). The same year, the Techno Corner EP is released on Form, his friend Popof’s label and a remix is commissioned by Moby (Stay Down).
In 2011 Julian confirms his standing in the Techno scene by releasing his second EP with Plus 8 Records (Hermanos Ep). Performance-wise, Julian has proven to be one of the most promising artists of the techno scene by playing his live set all around the world, with performances in some of the world’s most prestigious clubs and festivals. Monegros Desert Festival (Fraga), Enter Space (Ibiza), Row 14 (Barcelona), Kaballah Festival (Sao Paulo), D Edge (Sao Paulo), Womb (Tokyo), Ellui Club (Seoul), Onzieme (Osaka), Sankeys (Manchester), Week End Club & Watergate (Berlin), Soul Tech (Mexico), Pacha (Buenos Aires), Marsatac (Marseille), I Love Techno France, Barraca (Valencia), 10 Days Off Festival & Dour Festival (Belgium), Treehouse (Miami), Verboten (New York) and many others.
In 2012, he releases his third Ep with Plus 8 Records (Bastard EP) featuring 5 tracks (Bastard, Hey You, The Gang, Zoulou and Kanji) both played and supported by the greatest artists out there.
Julian starts 2013 the best way he ever could have, with two remixes for the prestigious artists Deadmau5 & Pan-Pot, both chart #1 in the Beatport techno top 10, followed by an excellent Ep on Form (Mad EP) which immediately seduced a significant number of listeners.
Julian also signs 3 releases on “Minus”, Richie Hawtin’s renowned label. His first release is “Yoko”, a track featured on the Minus’ minMax compilation, bringing together several of Minus’ artists such as Gaiser, Matador, Hobo and many others. The first EP with Minus is the “Don’t Think Ep” featuring three tracks: Don’t Think, Boom & Flexx. This EP is met with critical acclaim and “Don’t Think” climbs its way up to 1st place in the Beatport top 100. One month later, Julian releases his second EP with Minus : “She’s Hot”, also featuring 3 tracks : She’s Hot, Green Room & Snake Dance. Once more, the EP meets phenomenal success and within days, “She’s Hot” finds itself ranking in the top 10 of the techno chart.
Julian’s latest release is a remix for the Techno Master : Adam Beyer who produced alongside Ida Engberg, the track “Unanswered question” on Drumcode. 2013 is certainly looking like the year Julian breaks through into the techno elite, with more releases on the way and an increasingly busy touring schedule.