Signing his debut release to Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings and having since found supporters in Diplo, Tiësto, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Ookay and Afrojack to name but a few, the exceptional talents of Julian Calor seem to be flourishing well beyond his years. At just 21-years-old, Julian had already set the scene alight with his unique sense of melody and chord progressions that have continued to send his profile surging upwards.
His track ‘Typhoon’ 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. As a DJ his deck wizardry has seen him shoot up billing ranks with star appearances at major events that include the Creamfields, Tomorrowland (Belgium and Brazil) and Sunburn India to name a few. In addition to his festival features he has appeared at world-famous venues such as London’s iconic Ministry of Sound and Ushuaia, Ibiza across the Summer, demonstrating further the ever-expanding belief that he is one of the future stars. Securing a return to Creamfields in the summer, Julian has taken his power charged sets a step further, with shows at hot spots such as Tokyo and Sapporo and an Asia tour giving him a chance to put his seasoned DJ skills to the test. Since then he released his debut album ‘Evolve’ which hit top 10 on the Beatport charts.
Looking forward, Julian’s proficiency in the studio has lead him to start his own collaborative music & art project ‘Involve’, providing his own outlet for creating and sharing his music with fans. Joining forces with Dutch design artist Sander Overmeer, Julian has been busy making music with Sander’s visual art pieces, interacting with his fans and livestreaming the process. With an exciting array of new material already making waves over on big Youtube channels like Trap City, Mr Suicide Sheep and influential Soundcloud channels, this new, unique way of making music marks another highlight in the journey of Julian as a forward thinking artist.
Evolving his sound to trap/bass territories, Julian has gained support by the likes of Martin Garrix, Tiësto, Ookay, Dyro and Afrojack. His Cell (2017 Trap Reboot) is used as the theme song for the Ultra Miami livestream and has been heard by millions online. With a lot of new releases and collabs planned for this year, Julian is set out to have a bright and evolving future.