Jordan Zawideh’s music reflects, in a way, his personal migration from native Detroit to the birthplace and spiritual Mecca of house music, Chicago. Witnessing the warehouse party scene in Detroit from the early to the late Nineties, Zawideh relocated to Chi-town in his 20s: a stalwart presence as a DJ and producer for almost two decades, you could have also found him behind the counter of Kstarke Records (the city’s legendary record shop and label). It should come as little surprise that his sonic output is deeply rooted into the rich music heritage of both these cities. His previous material released on Kstarke, Nation and Detroit’s Interdimensional Transmissions shares an appreciation and genuine love for the raw power of the cassette era of Chicago house.
We’re honored to be hosting Jordan’s long standing Chicago based beat down Acid Dreams for it’s 10 year anniversary featuring Carlos Souffront and Jackmaster Hater this Saturday, February 18th. Don’t miss this opportunity to get jacked in true Chicago fashion.